Weekly Torah

Insight and commentary on the Torah and Gospels every week, adapted from Torah Club resources.


God's First Fruits

When God prospers us, we are to show our gratitude by returning a portion to Him in the form of charitable gifts. In the days of the Temple, the farmers in Israel were obligated to donate an annual tithe to Levites, then take a second tithe for festival expenses and to share with the poor.

first fruits, holy people, Ki Tavo, nation of Israel, people of God, treasured possession

From Previous Weeks

Accursed of God

As the Jewish people struggled under the polemics and persecutions of the church, the Talui moniker provided an inside joke. Who is Yeshua? He is Talui, the Crucified One. And what does the Torah say? “Talui is accursed of God.” Deuteronomy 21:23 says, “He who is hanged is accursed of God.”

anti-missionaries, curse of the law, Galatians, HaTalui, Ki Tetze, Paul, Talui

Seeking Spiritual Direction?

Wouldn't it be nice if there were reliable prophets like Moses today? Imagine having the ability to seek counsel directly from God. Suppose you were trying to decide whether a certain person was right for you to marry. If there was ever a time to seek spiritual direction, it would be at that moment.

Bible, fortune-tellers, idolatry, mediums, occult, palm readers, prophets, psychics, Shoftim, spiritual direction, Word of God

Twinkling of an Eye

How long does it take to repent? According to the sages, it takes only the twinkling of an eye, the same amount of time it took for Israel to leave Egypt. Just as Israel went from bondage to freedom in the blink of an eye, repentance transfers us into the kingdom of light instantaneously.

final redemption, forgiveness, Passover, Pentecost, Pesach, rapture, Re'eh, repentance, salvation, twinkling of an eye, unleavened, unleavened bread

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