Make your life, your thoughts, words and deeds channels for godliness and the Most High will fill you and radiate through you spreading holiness wherever your journey takes you.
Parashat Pekudei (“Accountings Of”) is the final Torah reading in the Book of Exodus. It describes the making of priestly garments worn in the Mishkan (Tabernacle) and the completion of its construction. At G-d’s command, Moses erects the Mishkan and puts its vessels in place, and G-d’s presence fills the Mishkan.
In the Haftorah, King Solomon fills the Temple and blesses the LORD for fulfilling His promise to David that his son would complete the Temple.
In the Apostolic Writings, Messiah gives a parable of a shrewd man who handles his master’s affairs cleverly to save himself from ruin.
The eleventh portion of the book of Shemot/Exodus is Pekudei, which means “Accounts.” This is the twenty-third Torah Portion.
TORAH: Exodus 38:21-40:38
HAFTORAH: 1 Kings 7:51-8:21
APOSTOLIC: Luke 16:1-13
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