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The Torah Portion – Wk 49 Ki Tetze – When You Go Forth

By August 25, 2020 One Comment

Ki Tetze – When You Go Forth – כי תצא

In this week’s Torah portion we are looking at Deuteronomy 21:10–25:19

Discover what the Bible says in this week’s Torah Portion – Ki Tetze.
Did you know that 74 of the Torah’s 613 commandments are in this week’s portion?
* We’ll be unpacking the commands around capturing a beautiful woman in battle. What did God have in mind?
* Discover the rules about two wives and inheritance rights, and God’s care of unmarried girls.
* We’ll look at the Bible’s view of wayward children and permissive parenting.
* Why is a person who is hung on a tree cursed? Sound like the crucifixion? You’d be right.
* Learn the famous story of the chicken and the goats and how it teaches our responsibility of returning lost property.
* Why is your business actually my business according to God?
* How should we dress as believers?- The Bible tells us.
* Learn which is the ‘least commandment’ in the whole Bible and learn how it links to Messiah.
* Should a believer marry an unbeliever? Discover marriage the way God intended.
* Let’s talk about the hard topics – pre-marital sex and divorce. What does the Bible actually say
* We conclude with the obligation to remember “what Amalek did to you on the road, on your way out of Egypt.”

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Torah (with Rashi)

Torah (with Hebrew and Strongs)

Haftarah (with Rashi)

New Testament

New Testament (With Greek)

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Colouring in

Song for Ki Tetze
“With your give and your take, honest and even you must be”

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“The Mother Bird” 2015 by Yoram Raanan
Acrylic on Canvas

When on your way you come across a bird’s nest…containing baby birds or eggs, on any tree or on the ground, if the mother is sitting on the chicks or on the eggs, you shall not take the mother along with her young. You shall send away the mother and [then] you may take the young for yourself, in order that it should be good for you and you will live a long life. (Deuteronomy 22:6-7)

Ki Tetze Midrash

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  • Dan says:

    Hi Greg, Thanks so much for your teaching. I’ve been reflecting on last week’s portion and have a couple of questions.
    1. Is Deuteronomy 25:4 written as an idiom and meant to be understood figuratively, rather than literally? It just doesn’t seem to make sense with preceding verses.
    2. Also I appreciate you having a discussion re divorce. When I went back and read Deuteronomy 24 and it says when a man…it doesn’t appear to be writing as a commandment. With the emphasis rather on the abomination described with wife returning to former husband either via divorce or death. I should explore this further. There is a corresponding verse in Jeremiah 3.I think it’s important to try and understand something, especially when the Lord says something is an abomination that can defile the land.

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