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Parsha Ki Tavo – Apostolic Readings, Commentary, and Videos

New Testament passages to read and study with parsha Ki Tavo, along with links to commentary and related teaching videos. Torah for Christians.


  • Matthew 13:10-17
  • Mark 9:33-37
  • Luke 18:1-8
  • John 1:1-11
  • Acts 4:32-5:16
  • Romans 11:25-36
  • 1 Corinthians 15:12-34
  • Galatians 3:5-14
  • Ephesians 1:3-14
  • Revelation 21

Additional Reading

Videos Related to Parsha Ki Tavo

  • Three Truths about Diligence and Sloth – Proverbs 10:4-5 describes the outcome of hard work and laziness. There are three important truths that we can learn from this passage.
  • Matthew 9:32-33 and the Demon-Possessed Mute – Is all sickness caused by demons or just some? What about mental illness and neurological disorders? Some people teach that all (or most) sickness is caused by your sin or by demons, but the Bible doesn’t support that idea. Although sin and demons do cause some illness, most is just a malfunction of hardware or software or both. Fortunately, scripture also has some advice about minimizing illness in your life, no matter what the cause might be.
  • Rejoice in God through Jesus – Romans 5:11 – God’s commandments bring a level of fulfillment and peace that can’t be found anywhere else, but it is only through the reconciliation purchased by Yeshua that we can ever achieve that joy. Any other path leads only to disappointment and heartache.

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