Passover is just 27 days away. It’s time to review the laws and customs and prepare for the celebration of liberation!
The ninth portion of the book of Sh’mot/Exodus is Ki Tisa, which means “When you take.” This is the 21th Torah Portion.
Torah: Exodus 30:11 – 34:35
Haftarah: Ezekiel 36:16-36
Apostolic: 2 Corinthians 3:1-18
But Kefa pulled him to his feet and said, “Stand up! I myself am just a man.”
2 Samuel 23:3
The G-d of Isra’el spoke; the Rock of Isra’el said to me, ‘A ruler over people must be upright, ruling in the fear of G-d;
Then the Messianic community throughout Y’hudah, the Galil and Shomron enjoyed peace and was built up. They lived in the fear of the Lord, with the counsel of the Ruach HaKodesh; and their numbers kept multiplying.
2 Samuel 22:26
With the merciful, you are merciful; with the champion of purity, you are pure;
However, those who were scattered announced the Good News of the Word wherever they went.
2 Samuel 21:14
Then they buried the bones of Sha’ul and Y’honatan his son in the territory of Binyamin in Tzela, in the tomb of Kish his father; they did everything the king ordered. Only after that was G-d prevailed on to show mercy to the land.
Then he kneeled down and shouted out, “Lord! Don’t hold this sin against them!” With that, he died;
2 Samuel 20:20
Yo’av answered, “Heaven forbid! Heaven forbid that I should swallow or destroy anything!