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The Torah Portion – Wk 48 Shoftim – Judges

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Shoftim – Judges – שופטים

In this week’s Torah portion we are looking at Deuteronomy 16:18–21:9

  • In this portion we we look at God’s important appointment of Judges which would serve the nation of Israel for many centuries.
  • We’ll review the court system in ancient Israel.
  • What is the Sanhedrin? We’ll discover it’s role along with smaller courts and the Beit din.
  • Why did Israel want a king? Was it God’s will?
  • Is it true that the King of Israel had to write out his own copy of the Torah? Will Messiah be required to do this?
  • Discover what is the Torah of King Messiah?
  • Hear the wonderful story of Solomon and the little yod.
  • What is ‘The prophet like Moses’ – and why did the apostles say it was Jesus?
  • Ever had a false prophecy? – We’ll review what the difference is between a false prophet and a real prophet. Where does Jesus fit in this criteria?
  • Why do three refuge cities prove the coming of Messiah?
  • Why is it bad to relocate your neighbour’s boundary stones?
  • Why is being a false witness so devastating?
  • Learn the rules of Biblical warfare in optional wars.
  • And finally learn how the elders dealt with the mystery of an unsolved murder.

Torah (with Rashi)

Torah (with Hebrew and Strongs)

Haftarah (with Rashi)

New Testament

New Testament (With Greek)

Portion Overview by Video

Leaving the Battlefield – the Torah’s sensitivity

Puppets – Kings have rules

Colouring in

Song for Shoftim

City of David

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“The King” 2015 by Yoram Raanan
Acrylic on Canvas

When he [the king] is seated upon his royal throne, he shall write for himself two copies of this Torah on a scroll…Let be with him, and he shall read from it all the days of his life… (Deuteronomy 17:18-19)

Shoftim Midrash

Ps Kyal Cumming

Resources

Herod’s Temple

Sanhedrin

The Letter Yod

Boundary Stone in Israel

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