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Parsha Noach – Apostolic Readings, Commentary, and Videos

New Testament readings to study with Torah portion Noach, Genesis 6:9-11:32, plus links to commentary and videos.


  • Genesis 6:9-7:24
    • Matthew 24:1-25:30
    • Luke 17:20-37
    • Romans 1:8-2:29
    • Hebrews 11:6-7
    • 1 Peter 3:17-22
    • 2 Peter 2:4-3:13
  • Genesis 8:1-14
    • Galatians 6:1-10
    • Hebrews 12:3-17
  • Genesis 8:15-9:17
    • John 16:25-33
    • 2 Peter 3:14-18
  • Genesis 9:18-10:32
    • Luke 1:5-17
    • 1 Corinthians 6:5-11
    • 1 Timothy 1:8-11
  • Genesis 11:1-32
    • Matthew 25:31-46
    • Acts 2
    • Acts 7:2-4
    • Revelation 21:23-27

Additional Reading

Videos Related to Parsha Noach

  • Apostacy, False Prophets, and the Gospel in Mathew 24 – We are living in dark times. Churches are teaching anti-Christ doctrines, false prophets are multiplying, lawlessness is everywhere, and nobody seems to know what the Gospel is. Our job is to keep preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom (which might not be what you think!) and to persevere in faithful obedience until the end.
  • Has the Abomination of Desolation in Matthew 24 Already Happened? – Yeshua said that, when we see the Abomination of Desolation prophesied in Daniel 11:31, those in Judea should immediately flee to the mountains, that the greatest tribulation mankind has ever seen is about to begin. There are four general ways to interpret all Biblical prophecy, but only one of them fits what Yeshua said in this chapter.
  • Don’t Be Deceived – Matthew 24:23-28 – Yeshua said that his second coming will be like lightning in the sky. Everyone will see it. How can you avoid being deceived by counterfeits? By knowing the real thing. Yeshua isn’t just a miracle worker. He forgives sins, keeps and teaches the commandments, keeps the Sabbath, defends the weak, and rebukes oppressors and the perverse. If you want to be sure you know the Messiah when he comes, study his life and the signs he warned us about.
  • Sun, Moon, Stars, and the Sign of the Son of Man in Matthew 24:29-31 – Letting the Bible define its own terms can really help make sense of difficult passages like this one. Where else does the Bible talk about the sun, moon, and stars going dark, especially as it relates to prophecy? Most notably in Isaiah 11, 13, 24, Zechariah, and Revelation.
  • No One Knows the Day and Hour, Matthew 24:32-51 – Understanding who wrote a book of the Bible and why can really help you understand the book itself. In our first week looking at Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, I talk about Paul’s history up to this point and what was happening in his life and in Rome that prompted him to write.
  • The Dangers of Wine and Kings in Proverbs 20:1-2 – These two verses are arranged in a parallelism that illustrates how all alcohol and government are both dangerous servants and fearful masters. In the wrong context, at the wrong time, or too much of either one can do far more harm than good.
  • Pride Invites Destruction – Proverbs 16:18 – Pride doesn’t just come before a fall; it invites it by drawing God’s ire. If you want to leave a lasting legacy, humble yourself and align your goals with God’s.

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