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Parsha Beshalach – Apostolic Readings, Links, and Videos

New Testament readings and articles on Torah portion Beshalach.


  • Exodus 13:17-15:18
    • Mark 4:35-41
    • Luke 21:25-28
    • Romans 9:15-21
    • Galatians 4:1-9
    • Revelation 4:1-11
    • Revelation 14:14-20
  • Exodus 15:19-16:24
    • Matthew 18:3-6
    • Matthew 28:16-20
    • John 6:16-25
    • James 1:5-8
    • Revelation 2:15-17
  • Exodus 16:25-17:16
    • Matthew 12:1-14
    • Mark 9:2-13
    • John 6:26-71
    • 1 Corinthians 10:1-6
    • 1 John 5:1-5

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Related Video Teachings

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  • The God of Life and Death – The 12 stones in Joshua 4 illustrate that only YHWH has the power to restore life to what was completely dead.
  • Of Whom Should We Be Afraid? – People can hurt you. If you don’t fear the consequences of offending people, you could lose your job, your family, even your life, but this is a trap. There is more to your existence than your job and your physical body. There are much greater consequences for being faithless to God, like losing eternity. On the other hand, if you trust in God and stand up for what’s right, even when the immediate consequences could be severe, the long term rewards are far greater than anything you might lose.
  • The Words of Whispers and Sycophants in Proverbs 26:22-23 – Words are like seeds that plant themselves in your mind. Whether it’s gossip, curses, or doubts, they will always have an effect. Don’t believe everything you hear, and stop listening to people who have a pattern of distorting the truth.
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  • Proverbs 24:15-16 – The Home Is for Healing – The home is more than a man’s castle. It should be a place of refuge and healing for the whole family. People who set out to create conflict within the home, to disrupt the peace that God intends for families, are thoroughly evil. Be wary of people who want to set children against parents or parents against children.

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