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Mark Call – Parsha “Ki Tisa” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa
The Torah parsha titled 'Ki Tisa,' (Exodus 30:11 through chapter 34) is not only 'feature-packed,' but includes one of the most important, and tragic, turning points in all of Scripture.
And it also includes one of the most notable chiasms in the Bible, too (although Mark prefers the more descriptive Hebrew term, 'atbash.') And, again, the 'flashing red tag' emphasizes the importance of something that has been ignored, but fits the pattern - and the point - of the story.
The Erev Shabbat reading:
There are a number of vital questions raised in this week's parsha, but one that should perhaps resonate the MOST with us today is, "Why did Aaron go ALONG?" After all, Scripture indicates he was culpable, because he made the golden calf.
Today we have different high priests of an even more transparently fake god trying to force people to worship something arguably more akin to what comes out of the back end of a different kind of cow. But it's the same Idolatrous Lie: 'This is your 'god', Oh, AmeriKa!'
Aaron took the gold and crafted an idol. What about us?
Ki Tisa: Why Did Aaron Go Along? How About US? ...Knew, or Should Have Known"
The combined two-part teaching is here:
Calming Harp Episode #162
The word "sacrifice" does not usually send warm fuzzy feelings through us. We seem to avoid any mention of sacrifice in our normal daily lives. However, sacrifice does have positive connotations as well, and maybe even more so. In the Psalms, David speaks often of making a sacrifice and it seems to be frequently involved with enriching his relationship with his Heavenly Father. The Hebrew understanding is to "see the fixing of the authority that brings life." That has a much more positive revelation to the way that sacrifice enriches our relationship with our Heavenly Father.
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Mark Call – Daily News Update Friday
News, commentary and a bit of recap of the week ending Friday, 1 March, 2024.
Biblical Law and Teaching (Torah) vs. American Jurisprudence
I had the privilege to have a sit-down, face-to-face conversation about Biblical Law and Teaching ("Torah") versus American Jurisprudence with California Attorney Iver Bye. Attorney Iver Bye has specialized in courtroom criminal law since graduating from law school in the late 1970s. If you perhaps find an interest in learning about Divine Wisdom, Teaching (Torah), and Law and how it relates to American and Common Law, then stay with us for this hour-long program.
Attorney Iver Bye grew up in Spokane, Washington. After some 45 years in the legal profession, Attorney Iver Bye continues with his law practice in the area of Victorville, which is located in the high desert of Southern California in the USA. Join us for this Part One episode in addressing Biblical Law and Teaching (Torah) and American Jurisprudence. This is Real Israel Talk Radio Episode 145.
Torah Teachers’ Round Table – Tanakh Edition – Isaiah chapter 26
This week the Torah teachers explore the prophecies of Isaiah/YesheYahu chapter 26.
Drive Time Friday
This week Mark's two regular co-hosts were both unavailable for unrelated reasons, but a voice very familiar to the Hebrew Nation audience, Daniel Holdings, was able to sit down for an hour to talk about recent events and important trends. And it was a very interesting discussion.
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I love this podcast so much but I wish Flashpoint would be on more often. Really love Bonnie & Stephen’s updates
Does Bonnie have a TG page?
I really enjoy all the family friendly programs !!
Again Thanks for saying this truth.