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Parsha Shlach Lecha – Apostolic Readings, Links, and Videos

New Testament readings for Torah portion Shlach Lecha, plus links to related articles and videos.


  • Numbers 13
    • Matthew 10:26-33
    • 1 Corinthians 16:13-18
    • Ephesians 6:10-20
    • 1 Thessalonians 5:12-24
  • Numbers 14
    • Luke 6:46-49
    • Romans 11:17-36
    • 2 Timothy 2:1-13
    • Hebrews 3:7-19
    • 1 John 1:5-10
  • Numbers 15
    • Mark 6:56
    • Luke 23:33-35
    • Romans 10:11-11:1
    • Galatians 3:24-29
    • Hebrews 10:24-3

More Reading on Parsha Shlach Lecha

Related Video Teachings

  • God Wants to Work through You and Me – In Joshua 2:24 the spies said that the Canaanites were terrified of Israel. Were they really afraid of Israel? Or were they afraid of Israel’s God?
  • Rahab’s Faith and Works – We all know the story of Rahab, but her act of faith is a great object lesson in support of James 2:17.
  • Ephraim’s Test in Joshua 17 – Every conflict, every challenge is an opportunity for growth and development. Don’t be afraid of a mission that seems too big for you. God knows who you are, and if he has chosen you for a mission then you are the right person for the job.
  • The Importance of Diligence and Persistence – Sometimes the only difference between success and failure is not giving up. Treading water really just means letting the current take you where it wants instead of where you want to go.
  • Romans 7 and the Inner War against Sin – Until the resurrection, we all face a constant struggle with the flesh to live according to God’s Law, but as long as we struggle, we also have a good indication that our spirits are already in agreement with the Law. Remember that your salvation doesn’t depend on your feelings and failures, but on your commitment to remain faithful in spite of those things.
  • Faithless Advisors Are Poison to Leadership – A leader cannot allow dead weight and faithless advisors to stick around or they will fatally poison his administration. Proverbs 25:4-5
  • What’s the Right Way to Wear Tzitziyot? – Tzitziyot (plural for tzitzit) are the tassels that most people associate with ultra-orthodox or Hassidic Jews, but God actually commanded all of Israel to wear them in Numbers 15:37-41 as a continual reminder to keep his commandments. There are some controversies among non-Jewish Torah keepers about how they should be worn. In this short video, I talk about some of those controversies and what I think really matters about wearing tzitziyot.

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