V’zot Ha’Brachah – Echoes Through Scripture

Torah Portion V'zot Ha'Brachah

Deuteronomy 33:1 - 34:12

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 V'zot Ha'Brachah, we will connect Moses death and transference of power to Joshua to 1 Corinthians 15 and the hope of resurrection. We will see how modern Western Christianity has tended to distort what the Gospel message truly is about by only focusing on the aspect of Christ's death for the forgiveness of sins. We will see how Paul proclaims a Gospel that includes Yeshua's death, but equally if not more important are his resurrection and his ascension to kingship as God's regent over the whole earth.


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3 comments

  1. Such a good word! Yah bless you and your beautiful family!

  2. Thank you Ryan. Yah is using you to answer so many questions I have had since I started this Hebrew roots journey many years ago. So many things did not seem just right, and now it is all coming together. God bless you and your family and thanks again for speaking the truth in love.

  3. Thanks once again for a good teaching!

    Years ago our family was blessed by a teacher.in the Baptist church who, although he went with the theory that the “law” had been replaced by “Christ,” never failed to teach the resurrection’s necessary part in salvation and the believer’s responsibility to good works. It is true that I came away with the idea that we believers were looking at having a disembodied existence between death and resurrection. But since I don’t remember any specific sermon with that as the topic, I would not want to blame that one on our wonderful Pastor Kittle! Actually that may very well be true as you mention that the Bible is not particularly clear on the point. Donn Kittle was a good and faithful man of the Word as he understood it.

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