Torah Portion Bo Complete

Exodus 10:1-13:16

Jeremiah 46:13-28

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This Parashah covers the Passover, the final plague on Pharaoh's son, and the flight from Egypt. This week's Torah Portion is one of the most important of the Year. We as followers of our Messiah and Master Yeshua know this Portion is a type and Shadow of the redemptive story YHVH is teaching us via the Torah. But, I also believe that YHVH is teachings us also other dimensions of His master plan for humanity and in this torah portion we will see what is the meaning of the blood on the door as the threshold covenant. Also, we will know about the festival rituals practice by the Egyptians once a year and which animal they worshiped. WOW, I can not believe how much information about the authority of our King is found in this Portion. YHVH HE IS ELOHIM!!!!!!!!!!!, and He will make his name known in this world and the world to come.

This page includes Torah Portions from multiple years covered by Wisdom in Torah. Each year we covered the Torah from a different perspective so you can explore each Parashah from a different perspective and focus.

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Rico Cortes

61 thoughts on “Torah Portion Bo Complete”

  1. I was very excited when I read on breaking Israel news that there is a way to fulfill the mitzvah of the half shekel. i was wondering if you would be collecting some that we could give you to deliver to Jerusalem on our behalf during your tours?

  2. Ryan,
    This teaching was amazing!! Each time I listen to one of your teachings…I learn so much!! You bring the Torah to us in a way we can understand it!!! Thank you for the way you teach! You take your time and give us examples. I really appreciate all the efforts you take to bring us the Word of YHVH!!!! Blessings to you, your wife, and your boys!!!!

    Shalom,
    Sinda

  3. Great to hear a teaching from Jerusalem! Thank you:) I agree with you, Ryan, that all talmidim need to study some Hebrew. May I add that it would be great to also learn to pronounce the words correctly? I am learning Hebrew and hope I am saying the words correctly. You had said the Hebrew word, “Tzedakah” two different ways: tze-DA-kah, and then as tze-da-KAH. I want to say the words correctly. Sorry, it’s the ESOL teacher in me where correct pronunciation is required. Shalom:)

      1. Hello Ryan. I enjoyed this teaching,and I would like you to give me a little more information about a statement you had made. I found it thought-provoking. I had made a comment earlier asking for more info and am wondering if you would expound on it. Here is my original comment:

        “I’ve had a shock. In the video, around 47:34, you spoke about those who sit outside the Kingdom gates and may never see Yeshua, but instead will have to sit and learn about the Torah for 1,000 years. You mentioned Ezekiel 47, but I didn’t see it there. Please, please, please give me more information.”

        Another member directed me to Ezek 44:4-16, but after reading all of Ezek. 44 and various other chapters around it, I am still left pondering. Would you help?

        1. I believe he said, ‘sit at the gate and teach people and not approach Yeshua for 1000 years. ‘ Then he said they’d spend 1000 years learning about the commandments. I too would love to hear more, especially how teaching torah is a ‘lessor-in-the-kingdom’ kind of activity. thank you.

  4. Thanks Ryan and Rico for bringing us the Torah from The Land!

    When you were talking about having to be outside the gates for a 1000 years it reminded me of the scriptures regarding weeping and gnashing of teeth which is described many ways in scripture, for example reproach and shame (Jer 23:40) or sorrow and wrath (Ecc 5:17).

    Mat 24:45-51 KJV Who then is a faithful and wise servant, whom his lord hath made ruler over his household, to give them meat in due season? (46) Blessed is that servant, whom his lord when he cometh shall find so doing. (47) Verily I say unto you, That he shall make him ruler over all his goods. (48) But and if that evil servant shall say in his heart, My lord delayeth his coming; (49) And shall begin to smite his fellowservants, and to eat and drink with the drunken; (50) The lord of that servant shall come in a day when he looketh not for him, and in an hour that he is not aware of, (51) And shall cut him asunder, and appoint him his portion with the hypocrites: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.

    Dan 12:2 KJV And many of them that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to SHAME and everlasting contempt.

    The darkness is outside of the gates – of course! Because Rev_21:23 …the city had no need of the sun, neither of the moon, to shine in it: for the glory of God did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof.

    The parables of the 10 Virgins and The Wedding Supper (Mth 22) also play into this!

    Mat 25:10-12 KJV And while they went to buy, the bridegroom came; and they that were ready went in with him to the marriage: and the door was shut. (11) Afterward came also the other virgins, saying, Lord, Lord, open to us. (12) But he answered and said, Verily I say unto you, I know you not.

    Baruch haShem for His Goodness!!! Stay safe you guys and gals and come home safe!

  5. Shabbat Shalom Ryan & Rico; Thank you for the great teaching, I felt like I was there with you at Prima Kings, the transmission came through very well. Next year in Jerusalem
    Carrol

  6. Courtney Rebovich

    Was also studying the word picture of hyssop in a parsha book by Ray Gardner א-the strong one , ז pierced by the weapon, ו and the nail, ב to establish His house. Neat stuff as always. Thanks for tying in adoption as well-good info.

  7. I’ve had a shock. In the video, around 47:34, you spoke about those who sit outside the Kingdom gates and may never see Yeshua, but instead will have to sit and learn about the Torah for 1,000 years. You mentioned Ezekiel 47, but I didn’t see it there. Please, please, please give me more information.

  8. Gen. 15:13 tells us that Abraham’s offspring would sojourn in a land not theirs and while there they would be afflicted by the people of that land 400 years. Ex. 12: 40 & 41 states “Now the sojourn of the children of Israel was 430 years. At the end of 430 Years on the self same day they entered Egypt they left Egypt. Isaac could not been a part of the 400 years because he would have forfeited his inheritance in the land of Canaan. Since it says “Now the sojourn of the Children of Israel indicates that It was the offspring of Israel(Jacob). Furthermore Joseph entered Egypt during the 3 rd Dynasty under the reign of Dojer and Archaeology shows that the children of Israel left Egypt during the 18th Dynasty and that amount of time would be far more than the rabbis say. I believe that the Torah to be the most directly Breathed by the Memra to Moses not Moses thoughts but YHVH’s thoughts. Act 7 Stephen cites Gen. 15. I am told that the testimony of 2 or 3 is a matter fairly judged.

    1. Gen. 15:13 says that the descendants of Abram will be ENSLAVED and oppressed four hundred years. Exo 12:40 says they were in Egypt 430 years. joseph was 39 years old when Jacob and his sons came to Egypt, and Joseph lived 110 years. In Exo 1:8 and Acts 7:18 the new king didn’t know Joseph and ENSLAVED the children of Israel. So Gen 15 and Exo 12 would only be 30 years of freedom but there should of been 71 years of freedom???

  9. Shalom Rico,
    Thank you so much for another great teaching. Just a note for those who think that the day is only 12 hours or starts only in the morning.
    Take note of the word that is translated as the “first” day in Gen 1:5. If this is the correct translation, it should read Yom Rishone in Hebrew. However if you read the text in Hebrew, it actually say Yom Echad. The word Echad means “unity”. So therefore the verse should literally read that the evening and the morning were unified, or one day.
    Shabbat Shalom from Craig and Lorie Zulauf

  10. So a Passover Sedar is more than “a Tradition” it is a Covnantal Meal with Yeshua; so Christians and especially if a “church” need some teaching preparation. And yes, when the blood when on the door post, the Children, LEFT their foreign home, eqypt, church, and headed to the promised land; with YHVH as King not a “religious” leader.

    This is how you enter the Kingdom, not enter another religion.

    Need to remember that some of the Jewish leaders were in league with Rome; so yes killing the messenger may have been he result of legal war from HaShem; the destruction of 70 AD; and also there was a great Volcano in Pompeeii Rome which also took down Rome gov’t.

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