Pinchas – Echoes Through Scripture

Torah Portion Pinchas

Numbers 25:10 - 29:40

This year we will be going through the Torah portion cycle looking for themes which occur in each Torah portion that recurs throughout the rest of Scripture with a special focus on connecting them to the Apostolic Writings (New Testament).

In Pinchas, we will look at the eternal covenants given throughout Scripture and connect that to Yeshua's eternal priesthood in the "order of Melchizedek." We will take an in depth look at Hebrews to discover what exactly this phrase means.


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3 comments

  1. Another great torah portion Ryan! I was wondering if you could clarify why we need individual forgiveness and national forgiveness. Something I have always been confused about. If I understood this all correctly Yeshua is our High Priest and He is offering in the heavenly tabernacle for Yom Kippur which would be for national forgiveness, is He also making offerings for us for individual forgiveness?

    • Forgiveness of sin is more than just getting the other party to forgive you, it is about correcting the problems caused by sin. This is important on an individual level because of the effects on one’s neighbors, but when an entire nation goes astray, there are more profound effects which must be dealt with.

      For example, today’s issues within the United States will require much more than the individuals who commit the sins from doing teshuvah, they will require us as a nation to change our ways and our laws to adapt to a new way of living and to prevent future occurrences of that type of sin.

  2. Excellent Ryan! Shabbat Shalom!

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