Ki Tisa – Exodus 30:11-34:35

And when Moses came down from the Mount Sinai, he held the two tables of the testimony, and he knew not that his face was horned from the conversation of the Lord. And Aaron and the children of Israel seeing the face of Moses horned, were afraid to come near. – Latin Vulgate – Exodus 34:29-30

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  1. Sharon Mueller says

    There are essential oils that are used for medicinal uses. The restriction is to mimic the oil used in the Temple. If some are presumably selling Temple oil, that is forbidden.
    Mark 6:12-13 They went out and preached that men should repent. 13 And they were casting out many demons and were anointing with oil many sick people and healing them.
    Luke 7:46 46 “You did not anoint My head with oil, but she anointed My feet with perfume.
    Luke 10:34 34 and came to him and bandaged up his wounds, pouring oil and wine on them; and he put him on his own beast, and brought him to an inn and took care of him.

  2. Dean Philpot says

    Its been a while-good to hear again

  3. robin says

    i LOVE the exhotation i always come away with from the Torah Pearls … to draw closer, to seek more diligently, and to humble myself and serve the Creator of the Universe, my God and Father, Yehovah!
    Thank you Jono, and Keith, and Nehemia!

  4. asdf says

    what about playing competitive sports on the sabbath

  5. Johnny Torres says

    Does non Jewish people have to refrain themselves from working on shabbat?

  6. Red Letter says

    Can you have a cheeseburger if you use beef patties and sheep or goat cheese?

  7. Tzofiya says

    It seems as though God always wants His people separated from the other nations, & also on the other hand doesn’t seem like He(God) wants all His native born & converts on the same page? I’m a Jew, who keeps kosher, keeps Shabbat, keeps festivals, thanks God for the new moons, says my Shema. Shouldn’t anybody who wants to raise their own Holy Sparks & be closer to God be allowed to do so without judgement? We had friends who have actually begun doing all these things also, at all ages & walks of life. It is very exciting, & beautiful to see them on this wonderful journey. Having said that, about a year ago a big accident happen in our yard one Shabbat, we ran out to help, 4 people were in need of help. My son is a firefighter, sometimes he has to work on Sabbath, our gramma is a nurse, & sometimes she has to work on Shabbat. We try not to work on Sabbaths but sometimes the preservation of life is very important also. So maybe in johnny Torres question, do non-jews refrain from working the Shabbat? Maybe you have a jewish neshamah & are looking to deepen your spiritual journey. 🙂

  8. Mark Blue says

    Ultra-orthodox Jews, Nehemia shares, explain their a-scriptural behavior by saying rabbis are ‘greater’ than they. This I see as yet another modern-day redefining of a term – the term ‘righteous’, to mean, now, after 3500 years, ‘great’. Many rabbis teaching I watch, they are using ‘great’ and ‘righteous’ interchangeably now. I already knew it was a power grab. Just sayin’. They are confident enough in their right to determine what is righteous, now they want the added control over others that comes with being able to define righteousness, by saying the righteous are ‘great’.

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