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Parsha Toldot – Apostolic Readings, Commentary, and Videos

New Testament readings for Torah portion Toldot, plus links to related commentary and video. Torah study for Christians.

Readings

  • Genesis 25:19-26:11
    • Acts 18:1-11
    • Romans 9:3-33
    • 1 Corinthians 11:3-15
    • 1 Corinthians 11:16-24
  • Genesis 26:12-35
    • Mark 10:24-31
    • Acts 5:12-18
    • Hebrews 12:11-17
  • Genesis 27:1-40
    • Matthew 8:18-22
    • Matthew 20:17-28
    • Matthew 26:51-53
    • Luke 12:35-53
  • Genesis 27:41-28:9
    • Mark 7:14-23
    • James 4:1-12
    • Revelation 9:18-21

Additional Reading

Videos Related to Parsha Toldot

  • Did God forget his promise to Abraham and Isaac? – Some people say that God revoked some of his promises because of the bad behavior of men. Does scripture support that claim?
  • Ensuring Your Legacy by Honoring Your Parents – There is a recurring theme in Scripture of first born sons being replaced by their younger brothers because they did not honor their parents. You can protect your legacy by ensuring the legacy of your parents.
  • They (and we) are Israelites – Romans 9:3-8 – In this passage, Paul says a very curious thing: The Jews are descended from Abraham, but they aren’t all children of Abraham. On the other hand, many people from the nations are not descended from Abraham, but they are children of Abraham and of God. How can this be so? There are two kinds of “father” in Scripture: genetic fathers and spiritual fathers.
  • Authority Relationships in the Kingdom of Heaven (Matthew 20:25-28) – Yeshua said that he came to serve and not be served. He is the King, which means he’s in charge, so what does that really mean? Yeshua serves his bride (the citizens of the Kingdom) by 1) sacrificing his own life for hers, 2) teaching and guiding her, and 3) being her king. This pattern is an example for all leaders to follow. Family, government, military, business, etc. But especially families.
  • A Woman of Valor, Who Can Find? – The Hebrew word used to describe the Proverbs 31 wife in v10 and translated variously as “valor” is chayil. It most often refers to an army or a mighty warrior. Do you want an excellent wife? Then look for a woman with strength, competence, and intelligence coupled with humility and a desire to serve her husband.”
  • Romans 2:12 and the Law without the Law – Paul and John said that the Law defines sin, so how is it possible for people who have never known the Law to be guilty of sin? Actually, all people know enough of the Law to be guilty of breaking it. The Law is in our DNA and all people know most of it without ever having to be told.

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