Seabbatical | Vayetze

Last Saturday’s Torah portion was ‘Vayetze’, which means, ‘And he went’. In the Bible Study video below, we discuss the following passages and more:

Here is the YouTube video discussing this week’s Torah portion:

Torah Portion: Vayera

For the first time THIS Friday, November 15, 2019 @ 7pm CST, we are going to attempt to live stream ‘Seabbatical’, an online Bible study where you can watch and participate through the chat box. You will need to access our Flip Flop Fellowship YouTube Channel to do so. Lord willing, the WIFI and technology will work properly! Please do read the Torah and Haftarah portions prior to our live stream. Hope to see you there!

Torah Portion: B’reisheet

Here was today’s Torah and Haftarah (prophets) Portions. What would be a good passage from the New Testament to compliment the concept of ‘In The Beginning’. Comment below! Also, don’t forget to read ‘Someone To Blame’, an article I wrote earlier this week based off of Genesis 1 not even realizing we are at the start of a new Torah cycle starting in Genesis 1. He’s a good, good Abba! 🙂

Torah Portion: Chukat

A “chukat” is a Hebrew word found in the first few verses of this week’s Torah portion meaning “statute”. A “chukat/statute” is a command from God with no rational explanation (i.e. red heifer ashes for purification; Moses & Aaron speaking to a rock). Can you find the connections in these Bible readings?

Torah Portion: Korach

While there always is so much wisdom gleaned from the various Torah, Haftarah, and Brit Chadesha’s portions, notice in these passages the theme of rebelling against God’s prophets, a type of spiritual leadership, Korah (and others) rather desired to have power and control. Later, in the Book of Samuel, we read how the people also didn’t want a prophet to lead and judge them, rather they sought a kingly carnal type of leadership in Saul. The people of Israel crucified Moses, Aaron, and Samuel with their ongoing complaining and rebellious words. And yet, when the ultimate prophet and king, being Yeshua, The Messiah, manifested, the descendants of Israel, repeated history, feeling threatened by their desire for power and control, rejecting the voice of God through a man, and crucified ‘The King of Jews’, the ultimate king they and their ancestors had longed for!