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Parsha Beha’alotcha – Apostolic Readings, Links, and Videos

New Testament readings and links to articles and videos for Torah portion Beha'alotcha.


  • Numbers 8:1-9:21
    • Matthew 3:13-17
    • Luke 2:40-46
    • John 5:33-35
    • Ephesians 5:1-21
    • Revelation 2:1-7
  • Numbers 9:22-10:36
    • Matthew 26:31-34
    • Mark 13:32-37
    • John 1:29-34
    • Revelation 8:1-6
    • Revelation 11:15-19
  • Numbers 11:1-35
    • Matthew 6:25-34
    • Luke 9:49-50
    • Acts 6:1-8
    • Revelation 8:7
    • 1 Corinthians 10:9-13
    • 1 Corinthians 14:1-19
  • Numbers 12:1-16
    • John 1:17-18
    • Acts 9:10-22
    • Acts 26:1-7
    • 1 Corinthians 14:29-40
    • James 3:13-18

More Reading on Parsha Beha’alotcha

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