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Parsha Bo – Apostolic Readings, Links, and Videos

New Testament readings to study with Torah portion Bo, plus links to commentary and videos.


  • Exodus 10:1-12:12
    • Matthew 13:10-17
    • Matthew 21:1-17
    • Luke 1:76-79
    • John 8:12-19
    • Romans 11:7-10
    • Revelation 9:3-12
    • Revelation 16:10-11
  • Exodus 12:13-28
    • Matthew 26
    • Matthew 27:11-36
    • Mark 10:13-16
    • 1 Corinthians 5:6-13
  • Exodus 12:29-51
    • Matthew 24:15-31
    • John 10:7-18
    • John 19:31-37
    • Ephesians 2:11-22
    • Colossians 1:15-23
  • Exodus 13:1-16
    • Matthew 16:5-12
    • Mark 14:12-31
    • Colossians 1:13-23
    • Colossians 3:5-17

Additional Reading

Videos Related to Parsha Bo

  • Passover and Manna in Joshua 5:10-12 – There’s a lot going on in Joshua 5:10-12. If you don’t know the laws about Passover and First Fruits, you might miss it.
  • The Reproach of Egypt in Joshua 5:9 – God said he had removed the reproach of Egypt from Israel. What does that mean and what does it have to do with Gilgal?
  • What Needs to Be Removed Prior to Passover and Unleavened Bread? – There are two Hebrew words in Exodus 12:15 that define what you need to remove from your home for Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread: chometz and seor.
  • Faith and Circumcision in Romans and Galatians – We know that Paul was not completely opposed to circumcision because he said so and he circumcised Timothy himself. So how can we reconcile the seemingly conflicting statements in Romans 2:25 Galatians 5:6? The answer is in the statements themselves: faith and obedience.
  • Colossians 2, the Sabbath, and God’s Appointed Times – This passage is often interpreted to mean God doesn’t care if his people keep any of his appointed times (Sabbath, Passover, etc.), but is that really a reasonable interpretation? Can God’s commandments be called “philosophy and empty deceit”?
  • 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 prohecy, 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.

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