Netivyah Staff

Netivyah Staff
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The teachings of Messiah Yeshua in a Jewish context. Netivyah is an Israeli non-profit organization that teaches God's Word and helps those in need. The teachings of Messiah Yeshua in a Jewish context. Netivyah is an Israeli non-profit organization that teaches God's Word and helps those in need.
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Parashat Tetzaveh: Why should we dress nice for God?

"If someone came in off the street while this Torah portion was being read in a congregation, he might think that he had mistakenly walked in on a sewing class."
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Parashat Terumah: The power of our contribution

"The message of the meticulous detailing of the contributions is that the simplicity of the materials is actually the greatness of the Tabernacle."
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Parashat Mishpatim: Is our compassion making us cruel?

"After the Ten Commandments are given, there is a long list of laws and orders related to the course of life, such as a person’s property, responsibility for this property, laws of loss, and the relationship between the citizen and the government."
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Parashat Yitro: From My God to Our God

"In addition, in Parashat Yitro we bear witness to a big change in the Torah. There is a shift from a focus on individuals to a focus on the group. This is a huge change in how we perceive God."
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Parashat Beshalach: Do miracles really build faith?

"All of this brings about an important question in our modern society: Where have all the miracles and wonders gone?"
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Parashat Bo – Do we have free will (part 2)

"God looks at what is inside of us, at what cannot be faked, at our renewed lives in Yeshua, who transforms us into the light of the world."
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Parashat Vayeira: Do we have free will?

"Passover is one of the main feasts in The Scriptures due to its motif of redemption, salvation, and the creation of God’s people. Passover is the connection between God and a nation..."
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Parashat Shemot: Moses’ excuses, our calling

"This parasha brings us back to the beginning, as well as connects us with the giving of the Torah, the prophets, and even the New Testament."
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Parashat Vayechi: He has removed our transgressions

In this week’s Torah portion we read about Jacob’s blessings to his sons and grandsons, who are the heads of the tribes of Israel. This was followed by Jacob’s death along with the mourning and burial process.

Parashat Vayigash: That we may live and not die

"This week’s Torah portion is “Vayigash” (he approached). Our parasha unfolds after Joseph suspected Benjamin of stealing the cup of the viceroy. The situation looked bad for Joseph’s brothers."