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Parsha Mishpatim – Apostolic Readings, Links, and Videos

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


  • Exodus 21:1-22:24
    • Mark 7:1-13
    • Luke 6:27-38
    • Luke 14:11-14
    • John 8:31-36
    • Revelation 21:6-8
  • Exodus 22:25-23:33
    • Matthew 5:20-26
    • Luke 1:26-80
    • Luke 2:40-49
    • John 7:2-14
    • James 2:1-13
  • Exodus 24:1-18
    • Romans 8:18-23
    • Galatians 3:10-4:31
    • James 1:19-27
    • Revelation 15:1-4

More Reading on Parsha Mishpatim

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