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Bo- “Go”

Shabbat Shalom, this week’s Parasha is Bo, which means “go” and covers Exodus 10:1- 13:16. In chapter 10, we find that God has hardened the heart of Pharaoh and his servants so that God can again show His miraculous signs to the people. This is so the Jewish people will know and remember the awesome power of how God dealt

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Bo – “Go”

This week our parasha is “Bo”, which translates to Go, and covers Exodus 10:1-13:16.  In this parasha we will see our people finally leave Egypt and the foolishness of trying to thwart the will of Adonai. We begin in Exodus 10, with Pharaoh still refusing to let our people go.  The Lord tells Moses to once again go before Pharaoh

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Bo – “Go!”

The parasha this Shabbat is titled Bo, meaning “Go!” and takes us from Exodus 10 through most of chapter 13. We have already witnessed the depths of this pharaoh’s cruelty. His efforts at Jewish infanticide, and the ongoing and even intensified enslavement of our people. Adonai saw these things, heard the cries of our people, and remembered the covenant He

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Bo – “Go”

Today’s Parsha is entitled Bo which means ‘Go’ and covers Exodus 10:1 through 13:16. Egypt has already suffered severely through seven plagues. Moses was instructed to announce to Pharaoh yet another plague –  the plague of locusts. This time, Moses’ warning produced a great reaction. The situation had become so desperate, that finally Pharaoh’s officers dared to challenge him. They said,

By |2017-02-07T02:13:57-05:00February 4th, 2017|Categories: Torah Parasha|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Bo – “Go”

Bo – “Go”

This week’s Parasha is titled Bo, which means “Go”.  It starts in Exodus 10 where the Lord tells Moses that He has further hardened Pharaoh’s already hard heart.  I believe this is the first time in this series of plagues that Adonai will make sure Pharaoh’s heart is hardened through plagues eight, nine, and ten. Adonai sends Moses and Aaron

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Bo – “Go”

What is the condition of your heart?  Is it strengthened by a close relationship with your heavenly Father or is it fortified by an indifference or contempt for His word? This week’s Torah portion is entitled, Parasha Bo, meaning “Go.”  It covers Exodus 10:1-13:16.  Previously, despite the Lord’s many warnings to Pharaoh, all of which he disregarded, and regardless of

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Bo – “Come”

This week’s Parasha is entitled Bo which in Hebrew is the command form of “come” and covers Exodus 10:1 - 13:16 In the previous Parasha, due to the hardness of Pharaoh’s heart, the first seven of ten plagues were unleashed on the inhabitants of Egypt. We now pick up in Chapter 10 where Adonai commands Moses to enter or go

By |2017-01-30T21:43:32-05:00January 4th, 2014|Categories: Torah Parasha|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Bo – “Come”

Bo – “Go!”

The name of this portion of the Torah is Bo, which means "Go!", and it takes us from Exodus 10:1-13:16. God tells Moses that He has hardened the hearts of Pharaoh and his servants, so that He will perform His powerful signs in their midst. The Jewish people are to tell their children and grandchildren of God's power over the

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