The Savior of Egypt – Tovia Singer


In that day there will be an altar to Yehovah in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar to Yehovah at its border. And it will be for a sign and for a witness to Yehovah of hosts in the land of Egypt; for they will cry to Yehovah because of the oppressors, and He will send them a Savior and a Mighty One, and He will deliver them. Then Yehovah will be known to Egypt, and the Egyptians will know Yehovah in that day, and will make sacrifice and offering; yes, they will make a vow to Yehovah and perform it. – Isaiah 19:19-21

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  1. Brian Williams says

    Wonderful show as always! Thank you Jono, Jason, and Tovia. I do have one comment. Since all of Israel is scattered to the 4 corners of the earth wouldn’t natural disasters affect them as well? Shabbat shalom!

  2. shirley gibson says

    Thank you again for another wonderful eye opening teaching. There is an important key in this teaching that i pray people don’t miss anymore. We have a part in this – we must do our part as this is just not about us – it’s not us against the world (gentiles)- it’s US for the world (gentiles) so that they may know Yehovah. We must be that light unto nations. But first i think we need to check our lights to see if they are working. I think i need to go back and relook at this committment i’ve made to follow Yehovah and see where i am missing it and what i need to be changing because WHAT I DO MATTERS. May Yehovah give unto his people eyes that see, ears that hear and hearts that hunger to understand and obey.

  3. Rita janoe says

    Excellent show. Extremely thought provoking. I see Israel’s role as a light to the nations in a more dramatic way. I also understand Israel’s role as the suffering servant in conjunction with the double portion of the first born. You make the scriptures come alive with truth.
    Will listen to this again and share.

  4. ElsKid says

    At one point in this podcast, Rabbi Singer explains that the regathering will be for “Jews” only and that only “Jews” will live in the land. I would think that God is a bit more discriminating than a sweeping generalization like that. Certainly of the million of Jews at Sinai, only TWO made into the promised land.
    Further complicating this issue is the fact of christians giving up idolatry and coming to know the one, true God. What sort of standing will those people hold?
    So between Jews who live NOT like a Jew and non-Jews who see the true God, but haven’t much more than a rudimentary Shabbat to their credit, how are the lines to be drawn?

    With only the knowledge of the Shabbat as truth, I turned from all the traditions I was raised. I have faltered from source to source in order to to discover and embrace a truth-based lifestyle, claiming no group as my own. Rabbis Singer and Skobac and others have opened my eyes to a world to which, ultimately, I may not have access. I can accept that. I will live out side the camp if necessary, but I will not rejoin idolatry while I await the rest of the story.

  5. M. Mclane says

    If Rabbi “Whomever” tells you that ONLY Jews (tribe of Judah) will be blessed and own the land of Israel, he is simply wrong ! There are ten (10) other tribes out of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob/Israel ! These 10 will return and share along with Judah/Jews…he is a good teacher on many subjects, however, on this point he is dead wrong ! Ask him about the two sticks joined into one, Joseph & Judah ! My ire is rather set afire at such a seeming arrogance; or perhaps it is only ignorance on his part ?

  6. Admin2 says

    Hi M.Mclane – Jason here, I just wanted to share something. ‘Jew’ and ‘Jewish’ doesn’t mean ‘from the tribe of Judah’. ‘Jew’ as a term means ALL of those who are from the family of Jacob. When there were two Kingdom’s, the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Southern Kingdom of Judah, these 2 regions contained people from ALL tribes, although it is fair to say that the predominant tribes in the south were Judah and Benjamin but they were not the ONLY tribes living there. When the south was placed in exile (the exiled people containing people from ALL the tribes), those who kept the ways, traditions and faith of the region of Judah, the Kingdom of Judah, were called ‘Yehudi’.. from which we get ‘Jews’.

    In other words, ‘Jew’ doesn’t mean ‘of the tribe of Judah’ rather, it means ‘of the region of the Kingdom of Judah’ so when a Rabbi says ‘Jews’, he means all of the children of Jacob, the complete family of Israel. I hope this helps some.

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