Online courses and discussions, plus live Bible studies!

Join the Common Sense Bible Study community!

Parsha Balak – Apostolic Readings, Links, and Videos

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


  • Numbers 22:2-40
    • Mark 11:27-33
    • Mark 14:3-11
    • Acts 8:9-25
    • 2 Peter 2:12-22
  • Numbers 23:1-25:9
    • John 10:25-32
    • Acts 4:23-31
    • Acts 15:13-21
    • Revelation 2:12-17

Additional Reading

  • Soil from Stone
  • American Torah

Videos Related to Parsha Balak

  • Three Kinds of Speech – Throughout Proverbs, Solomon wrote about three kinds of speech: 1) Righteous 2) Wicked 3) Foolish. These 4 verses in chapter 10 are great examples.
  • My Best Advice for the Hebrew Roots Movement – Proverbs 14:23 has a physical and a spiritual application. In both cases action is better than talk. This is my best advice to the Hebrew Roots Movement.
  • Why so much about women in the Proverbs? – Solomon used a lot of ink on avoiding bad decisions concerning women. He should know.
  • There’s no Compromising with Fire – “Moving the goalposts” is a logical fallacy and a means of manipulating people into giving far more than they intended. If a person is never satisfied with their original request, and always demand a little bit more, then a little bit more, and you never seem to reach the final goal, they’re moving the goalposts on you. Once someone has revealed themselves to be a post-mover, there’s only one real solution…. (A lesson on Proverbs 30:15-16.)

Everything that Yeshua (aka Jesus) & the Apostles taught
was based solidly in the Old Testament scriptures.

Come with me as I draw out the connections that are so often missed
in today's church teachings.

Subscribe to American Torah now and you will also get a printable chart
of New Testament passages to read and study with each of the 54 annual
Torah portions. This list isn't just a single, obvious NT passage or just
a couple of verses. I selected numerous Apostolic passages that address key
topics for each parsha.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *