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Devarim (Deuteronomy) ch 3: Let's Talk this out

Marie Speaks G-D's GraceOct 9, 2022, 9:41:05 PM

Welcome back to Season 5 of  Marie Speaks G-D’s Grace Bible Study.

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What to expect this lesson?

This lesson we will continue in Moses’ of Blessed memory speech to the Nation of Israel before His death and them carrying on to the Promise Land. For the Portion of a Portion Deuteronomy (Devarim) will end at verse 22 of chapter 3, from which we shall continue into  Vaetchanan Portion of the Torah review which will run from Devarim ch 3 verse 23 thru Devarim chapater 7 verse 11. We will continue to increase in our intro Hebrew vocabulary, intro Hebrew terminology, Tanakh (the actual ….Jewish Bible) introduction, and Torah Spiritual Teaching. I have added to the Blog news letter the Blessings Before and after reading the Torah.

This Jewish terminology Word of the week: petichah

Here is this week’s Jewish terminology word and definition as define by The JPS Dictionary of Jewish Words by Joyce Eisenberg and Ellen Scolnic 2001 copyright 1st edition.

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Why Blessings of the Torah:

Before we begin the Study of the Torah a Blessing is done. In saying the Blessing we are for filling a mitzvah and Blessing HaShem of Glory and Truth’s beautiful Torah.  A Mitzvah is defined basically as:

  1. A commandment of the Jewish law.
  2. The fulfillment of such a commandment.
  3. A worthy deed.

 I say these Blessings every morning during my morning prayers. And to ensure I am not leading others into to improper practices, I want to ensure I repeat the Blessings of HaShem Our Merciful Father’s Torah just incase others may not have yet had a chance today.

Blessings of the Torah:

Blessed are You, HaShem our God, King of the Universe, Who sanctified us with His commandments and commanded us to be engrossed in the words of Torah.

HaShem our God, please make the words of Your Torah pleasant in our mouths and in the mouths of Your people Israel. And may we and our descendants [and the descendants of our descendants] and the descendants of Your people the House of Israel, all know Your Name and be students of Your Torah for its own sake. Blessed are You, HaShem Who teaches Torah to His people, Israel.

Blessed are You, HaShem our God, King of the Universe Who chose us from among all the peoples and gave us His Torah. Blessed are You, HaShem, Giver of the Torah!

Blessing before the reading of the Torah

Bor’chu es ado-noy ha-m’voroch.
Bless the L-rd who is blessed.

Congregation and Oleh say:
Boruch ado-noy ha-m’voroch l’olom vo-ed.
Blessed be the L-rd who is blessed for all eternity.

Oleh continues:
Boruch atoh ado-noy elo-haynu melech ho-olom, asher bochar bonu mikol ha-amim, v’nosan lonu es toroso. Boruch atoh ado-noy, nosayn ha-toroh.
Blessed are You, L-rd our G‑d, King of the universe, who has chosen us from among all the nations and given us His Torah. Blessed are You L-rd, who gives the Torah.

Let us begin with today’s lesson!

Bible Study Handbook Sources I love to use are linked below as well as on our website.

1. Portion on Portion of Bible Study


 Devarim 3 verses 1 thru 22

Where I got my personal The Torah Portion by Portion by Seymour Rossel 

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The hyperlink is provided above for the Devarim ch 3 verses 1 thru 22 portion of a portion for this Bible Study. From here we can dive straight into the Torah Biblical text.

verses 1 thru 14:

We made our way up the road toward Bashan, and King Og of Bashan with all his troops took the field against us at Edrei.


But יהוה said to me: Do not fear him, for I am delivering him and all his troops and his country into your power, and you will do to him as you did to Sihon king of the Amorites, who lived in Heshbon.


So our God יהוה also delivered into our power King Og of Bashan, with all his troops, and we dealt them such a blow that no survivor was left.


At that time we captured all his towns; there was not a town that we did not take from them: sixty towns, the whole district of Argob, the kingdom of Og in Bashan—


all those towns were fortified with high walls, gates, and bars-apart from a great number of unwalled towns.


We doomed them as we had done in the case of King Sihon of Heshbon; we doomed every town—men, women, and children—


and retained as booty all the cattle and the spoil of the towns.


Thus we seized, at that time, from the two Amorite kings, the country beyond the Jordan, from the wadi Arnon to Mount Hermon—


Sidonians called Hermon Sirion, and the Amorites call it Senir—


all the towns of the Tableland and the whole of Gilead and Bashan as far as Salcah(*Salcah Others “Salecah” or “Salchah.” )and Edrei, the towns of Og’s kingdom in Bashan.


The photos below are said to be the finger of OG, The Resting place of His bed, and a sample mockup of the Bed as described in the Torah.

photos linked in search

continuing on….

Only King Og of Bashan was left of the remaining Rephaim. His bedstead, an iron bedstead, is now in Rabbah of the Ammonites; it is nine cubits long and four cubits wide, by the standard cubit!


 And this is the land which we apportioned at that time: The part from Aroer along the wadi Arnon, with part of the hill country of Gilead and its towns, I assigned to the Reubenites and the Gadites.


The rest of Gilead, and all of Bashan under Og’s rule—the whole Argob district, all that part of Bashan which is called Rephaim country—I assigned to the half-tribe of Manasseh.


Jair son of Manasseh received the whole Argob district (that is, Bashan) as far as the boundary of the Geshurites and the Maacathites, and named it after himself: Havvoth-jair *(Havvoth-jair I.e., “villages of Jair.”) —as is still the case.


Below is a map of the area record in the text to help with the visual of the land area.

Moving on to the closing of this Bible Study… we read…..


verses 15 thru 22:

To Machir I assigned Gilead.

And to the Reubenites and the Gadites I assigned the part from Gilead down to the wadi Arnon, the middle of the wadi being the boundary, and up to the wadi Jabbok, the boundary of the Ammonites.


 [We also seized] the Arabah, from the foot of the slopes of Pisgah on the east, to the edge of the Jordan, and from Chinnereth down to the sea of the Arabah, the Dead Sea.


Inserting a note here:

Hyper linked is the class of which the land was divided and who was given land and why certain tribes where promised land in advance and under what conditions. The class title is: Numbers chapter 27, 32, 34, 35, Joshua 21: Our Father had no sons, I AM Woman here me ROAR!!! Inheritance, (Name and All) is Theirs too; says the LORD!!

At that time I charged you [men of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh], saying, “Your God יהוה has given you this country to possess. You must go as shock-troops, warriors all, at the head of your Israelite kin.


Only your wives, children, and livestock—I know that you have much livestock—shall be left in the towns I have assigned to you,


until יהוה has granted your kin a haven such as you have, and they too have taken possession of the land that your God יהוה is assigning them, beyond the Jordan. Then you may return each to the homestead that I have assigned to him.”


I also charged Joshua at that time, saying, “You have seen with your own eyes all that your God יהוה has done to these two kings; so shall יהוה do to all the kingdoms into which you shall cross over.


Do not fear them, for it is your God יהוה who will battle for you.”

With the previous portion of Torah and Text complete we are going to head into Torah portion and text of the next Torah Portions. This Torah Portion will cover Devarim chapter 3 verse 23 thru Chapter 7 verse 11. I will continue to add the Blog links for each study for those who would like to rewind or review at their leisure. That all being said let’s Get into the historical portion of this Bible Study.


1. Portion on Portion of Bible Study

                                  In this portion of a portion I what to review some fact that many of may have forgotten or may not consider should be taken into account when reading or studying Biblical text. The Torah and Tanakh is a lot of things for lack of a better word…to include a history book.  This wonderful History is record of a specific area, specific people over many of years to say the least.  That being said there is still a whole lot of others lands and people out there that are going living, dying, loving, crying, shopping, and making whatever day to day.  Me being a person who truly believes there are many different types and kinds of G-D’s Holy people from many different walks or life and cultures, I can’t include possible other locations where I believe the pattern of HaShem’s Our Glorious One and His Torah Covenant may exist.

  There is not doubt in my mind many of wonderful “Noahides” or children from Abraham are waking up today just by reading a Biblical or hearing a Torah teaching.  I believe when a Jew (for example) meets another who doesn’t know they too are a Jew…. the Torah Spirit lock within them is awaken.  This new awaken Spirit needs direction. This new awaken Torah Spirit needs to know and have a chance to for fill their destiny and return to their creator. I believe each and every Torah teacher has this great task and assignment. To live Torah. To speak Torah. And to guide other back to Torah… once awaken.  So let’s go out there and LIVE Torah!

for it written: Isaiah chapter 11 verse 10 thru 12

In that day,
The stock of Jesse that has remained standing
Shall become a standard to peoples—
Nations shall seek his counsel
And his abode shall be honored.

In that day, my Lord will apply His hand again to redeeming the other part of His people from Assyria—as also from Egypt, Pathros, Nubia, Elam, Shinar, Hamath, and the coastlands.

He will hold up a signal to the nations
And assemble the banished of Israel,
And gather the dispersed of Judah
From the four corners of the earth.

Omayn and Omayn.

Certain aspects of the Torah portion really should out to me this Bible Study which leads in the history lesson. I will begin by explaining what I believe we are being shown then leading to the historical references.

a. Do not change or add:

This is taught to be directed to those who scribe or write down the Holy Torah or later even oral to written Laws.


I believe because of the obvious changing of what G-D orders or commanded would be taking of G-d’s name in vain. Which is a violation of the commandment. Exodus chapter 20 verse 7: You shall not swear falsely by the name of your God יהוה; for יהוה will not clear one who swears falsely by God’s name.  But, also changing the words of one that HaShem uses to speak through is also a violation of this commandment. …. times 2.

Why times 2?

Because now…. one G-d forbid would be violating the words of HaShem and also the Words of His Prophets or Priest, or Seer…….. which violates the command of Psalms 105:15 “Do not touch My anointed ones; do not harm My prophets.”

I don’t believe HaShem meant this command for jus the physical world, but also the spiritual world.  This is why we should take care of how we speak or treat others. One they are G-d’s children too. They are here on earth to for fill their divine mission from G-D. But, we so also be careful because we don’t know what anointment someone has been given or what mission they may be on from HaShem. We It does not matter if we think their appointment or anointment is greater or lesser than ours. The same G-D in heaven gave them the mission and we should fear Him. I am not talking in the sense of rebuking if we see someone clearly violating the law or a person. No G-D forbid we should always seek out justice and help others that are going astray. But, slander, bitterness, barring false witness and so on could greatly harm or delay someone’s mission for HaShem. You see how if we were the one mistreating someone …digging a pit like we spoke about in last Bible study… we could be making ourself an enemy of HaShem…G-D forbid.

Moses continues to revisit the past to the new generation…. Why?:

Many reasons, but to speak of ones related to this chapter let’s ..come one man……talk this out. get it… now you know why a name the Bible study this title.

The reason these grandchild and children of those who perished while in the desert need to hear the story of the past is so that they may have a future.

The young tend to not remember or understand events … even if gravely dangerous….they may have witness or lived through while they were traveling. For example…a two year old at the golden calf event, a 5 year old who saw war or rebellion, or a 10 year old who over heard the talk of the sedition of Aaron and Miriam.  Sense those young ones had no idea the gravity of mishaps and the consequences of actions…. Moses our Blessed teacher was going above and beyond his duty  to his best to ensure the next generation would be more successful than the past.

Israel asked for……then was granted an intercessor?

Many might wonder why the nation of Israel might want an intercessor.  Someone to speak to and hear from, but not directly from G-D.

There are many Jewish theories and folklore, as to why this came about and why this request was granted by merciful G-D. I want to review and maybe explain more on the recording upload why some might want an intercessor to speak to G-D for them.

1. Jewish folklore, is that every time the HaShem our mighty father, would speak to the nation of Israel at  (Har) Mount Sinai their soul would leap from their earthly body wanting to return to their creator. Or, the soul would leap from the body out of extreme fear. Which ever the case, the feelings of ones soul leaving their body not wanting to return scared them therefore the Nation of Israel ask Mose Our Teacher to speak to the Great I AM for them, because they were too fear for.

2. Another reason some might ask for an intercessor, is they simply don’t feel worthy. For whatever reason that might be, some one might not believe G-D really wants to hear directly from them

3. One might be unable to acknowledge they are hearing from G-D, therefore a poxy or intercessor seems more trust worthy then themselves.

Let’s review number 1.

  1. Why would a soul want to jump out of a body at the sound of HaShem’s voice?

2. What does G-D’s voice sound like to the untrained or trained (G-D sensitive) “ear”?

3. How can one improve their “ears” with Torah?

The Bible says that sometimes G-D’s voice can sound like thunder. The Bible also says that G-D can look like fire or lightning. The Bible also says G-D can be present in a gentle breeze.

Well the thunder is the sound of HaShem the Blessed most Holy One to an untrained ear.

The lightning is G-D showing us a peak of His all consuming fire, while passing by. Those who are not at the level of Prophetic Righteousness such as a Healer, or Seer, or Prophet will hear thunder and or see lightning not realizing that both are showing of G-D. Those who are not sensitive to the voice of G-D either wont hear His Voice or will confuse His voice with a sound of nature that is familiar to them.

When a soul hears the voice of HaShem our creator, the soul wants to return this is why the nation of Israel felt their soul leave their body when G-D Spoke at (Har) Mount Sinai.

The fearful experience coupled with their untrained ear… most have left them feeling the only comfort they would have was to put an intercessor in between them and G-D… this was Moses. …sadly later is was a golden calf.. .. then Moses again…. then Aaron…then others again and again when the truth is we don’t need an intercessor. HaShem is always available to each and everyone of His creations.

This is why I believe HaShem repeatedly identifies himself to his nation and people. Not just in Biblical times….but still today. this could be a gentle waking in the night. This could be a gentle breeze while out on a walk. Or a train blowing its horn waking you to realize an awesome life changing revelation that only your creator can give or send.

So how does one learn to hear from G-D………read His Torah. ask question to him while reading and wait for an answer. Over and over and over until there is no more over and over. It become a natural part of your life. Yes, some days might be more talkative than others.  Somedays might be more lessoning than others.  Some days might be singing with G-D, crying, or let’s. be honest arguing. 

Welcome to a relationship with G-D.

The Shema Prayer:

The Shema is the 1st commandment to song. 

The Shema, Judaism’s most famous prayer, is actually not a prayer at all. Rather it is a declaration of God’s unity and other central doctrines of Judaism. It involves reciting three passages from the Torah, one of which is interrupted by an ancient non-Biblical phrase.

Deuteronomy 6:4-5

Hear, O Israel! יהוה is our God, יהוה alone. You shall love your God יהוה with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might.

Deuteronomy 6:6-7

Take to heart these instructions with which I charge you this day. Impress them upon your children. Recite them when you stay at home and when you are away, when you lie down and when you get up.

Deuteronomy 6:8-9

 Bind them as a sign on your hand and let them serve as a symbol on your forehead; inscribe them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.

Numbers 15:39-41

That shall be your fringe; look at it and recall all the commandments of יהוה and observe them, so that you do not follow your heart and eyes in your lustful urge. Thus you shall be reminded to observe all My commandments and to be holy to your God. I יהוה am your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt to be your God: I, your God יהוה.

Deuteronomy 11:18-19

Therefore impress these My words upon your very heart: bind them as a sign on your hand and let them serve as a symbol on your forehead, and teach them to your children—reciting them when you stay at home and when you are away, when you lie down and when you get up;

Deuteronomy 11:13-15

If, then, you obey the commandments that I enjoin upon you this day, loving your God יהוה and serving [God] with all your heart and soul, I will grant the rain for your land in season, the early rain and the late. You shall gather in your new grain and wine and oil— I will also provide grass in the fields for your cattle—and thus you shall eat your fill.

Numbers 15:37-38

יהוה said to Moses as follows: Speak to the Israelite people and instruct them to make for themselves fringes on the corners of their garments throughout the ages; let them attach a cord of blue to the fringe at each corner.

source: Sefaria is home to 3,000 years of Jewish texts.

In the Shema Prayer we are making Promises and Vow with and to Almighty G-D and

G-D is making promises with us. We all know HaShem is a promise keeper.

Let’s go over some definitions:

Hear: many would take the solely earthly definition of the word hear (shema).  But, I don’t believe merely in hearing a vibration of sound received in ones war and computer in ones brain was what Moses our Blessed Teacher was merely saying.  I believe, Moses was doing his best to sing to and transfer parts to the Nation of Israel. What parts?

Well, the parts of the pictures of future revelation that G-D showed Him while He was in the mountain (Heavenly realm) with HaShem for 40 days (40,000 years). G-D showed Moses the beginning and the end and everything in between. This another reason why there is none greater than Moses. Being in G-D’s direct presence elevated Moses to a level no other human will ever reach. I believe G-D showed Moses beyond time of here…but the time to come.

This is the elevation that happens when one spends time in Torah…which is HaShem.

The Definition of bind:

Bind could mean secure or tie or hold or restrain or to fasten as a wrap in a circular manner. Some might remember who the Kohanim and the Levites. They where commanded to wrap Tefflin while in service and prayer with HaShem. So why would Moses be telling the entire Nation of Israel to wrap Tefflin of G-D’s commandments as a sign upon their hand and a reminder between their eyes?

Now, this sound familiar….

The tefflin is wrapped or worn as a seal….. yes a seal.  This seal that so many talk about is the seal that identifies who’s we are, and who we are, and where we are going.  Us using to wrap the tefflin is a willful, personal choice, and acceptance. It is not force or lying trapped, or any thing remotely oppressive. 

Fun fact: 

Tefillin was found in the caves along with the Dead Sea Scrolls. Dating 120 BCE to 70 BCE. Thus proving Tefillin was worn by Jews, the Nation of Israel, and Hebrews for centuries. 

photos from my own personal library.

Mezuzah found all around the world?:

The first mezuzah were actually inscribed on literally the post of fencing or pillars or walls of a Nations or house, or building. This have been found in countries all over the world. Mezuzah have been found written in  Hebrew and many other languages all over the world.


Haggdah- Passover Seder part of ur ceremony is stated when children ask the question of, ” why do we do what we do when we are commanded by HaShem to be knowledgeable of our traditions?”  In order to for fill the command of HaShem to ensure we pass on the oral and written Law to the next generation so future generation will have it forever.  When HasShem Blessed be He says… states for all generations for example…. G-D is inviting us to be apart of His Torah.  Those who are faithful and observant of The Torah and Judaism, and pass this love onto and into the next generation; are those stars in the sky that Abraham Our Patriarch saw. Those who study Torah and share the teaching of the Rabbis and Sages of Blessed memories, are  a promise come to pass of the sand grains of the shore.  Failure to be about of the Torah is to aide in the destruction of the Temple and the Nation of Israel.

Moses gives a Warning:

Moses warned the next generation … again. “Just say no to idol worship!” (my words) assimilation leads to desecration on ones morals, compass, identity and so on. 

Several religions today make the claim that assimilation is an act of love. Then they further their distorted way of thinking that since love feels good is one love them they need… need to think the exact same way that they do and have the same distorted baseless unBiblical definition of love and life. And of course this radical baseless “feelings” would not be loving without forcing others to that oh so great feeling of oppressive and perverse …. Love? 

But, know better. Love is define by the one who love truly comes from which is HaShem. HaShem’s value and definition of love is the measuring plate, scale, and weight. If anything attempting to be place on the scale is not balanced with Torah…..it can simple put….. not be True Love, pure love, undefiled love, everlasting love, the kind of love that has allowed us to meet this very day.

Omayn and Omayn.

2. Biblical Text Portion of Bible Study.




 Devarim 3:23 thru 7:11






verses 23 thru 29:

I pleaded with יהוה at that time, saying,

“O Lord יהוה, You who let Your servant see the first works of Your greatness and Your mighty hand, You whose powerful deeds no god in heaven or on earth can equal!


Let me, I pray, cross over and see the good land on the other side of the Jordan, that good hill country, and the Lebanon.”


But יהוה was wrathful with me on your account and would not listen to me. יהוה said to me, “Enough! Never speak to Me of this matter again!


Go up to the summit of Pisgah and gaze about, to the west, the north, the south, and the east. Look at it well, for you shall not go across yonder Jordan.


Give Joshua his instructions, and imbue him with strength and courage, for he shall go across at the head of this people, and he shall allot to them the land that you may only see.”


Meanwhile we stayed on in the valley near Beth-peor.



I am left the same thoughts that I have had since Season 1.

Everyone has a choice… and everything has a choice. 

Accept the Torah, turn from evil and do good, or even chose this day whom one shall serve.

In any case…. some will chose the Life in Torah with HaShem. and… sadly some will chose the sword.

OAmein and OAmein

Blessings after reading the Torah.
Boruch atoh ado-noy elo-haynu melech ho-olom, asher nosan lonu toras emes, v’cha-yay olom nota b’sochaynu. Boruch atoh ado-noy , nosayn ha-toroh.

Blessed are You, L-rd our G‑d, King of the universe, who has given us the Torah of truth and planted eternal life within us. Blessed are You L-rd, who gives the Torah.

credit Learn the Torah Blessings for an Aliyah

Biblical portion of Bible Study complete.


****The Spiritual teaching of the TORAH is be only during Live Bible Study. ****

The TORAH verses below are for those who like to read or study the TORAH during their own time.  For the shake of avoiding repeating the verses, I will only go over the verse GOD HaShem highlighted to us for this Bible Study.

Haftarah: Isaiah chapter 40 verses 1 thru 26

Comfort, oh comfort My people,
Says your God.

Speak tenderly to Jerusalem,
And declare to her
That her term of service is over,
That her iniquity is expiated;
For she has received at the hand of the LORD
Double for all her sins.

A voice rings out:
“Clear in the desert
A road for the LORD!
Level in the wilderness
A highway for our God!

Let every valley be raised,
Every hill and mount made low.
Let the rugged ground become level
And the ridges become a plain.

The Presence of the LORD shall appear,
And all flesh, as one, shall behold—
For the LORD Himself has spoken.”

A voice rings out: “Proclaim!”
a1QIsa and Septuagint read “And I asked.”Another asks,-a “What shall I proclaim?”
“All flesh is grass,
All its goodness like flowers of the field:

Grass withers, flowers fade
When the breath of the LORD blows on them.
Indeed, man is but grass:

Grass withers, flowers fade—
But the word of our God is always fulfilled!”

Ascend a lofty mountain,
O herald of joy to Zion;
Raise your voice with power,
O herald of joy to Jerusalem—
Raise it, have no fear;
Announce to the cities of Judah:
Behold your God!

Behold, the Lord GOD comes in might,
And His arm wins triumph for Him;
See, His rewardbThe reward and recompense to the cities of Judah; cf. Jer. 31.14, 16. is with Him,
His recompense before Him.

Like a shepherd He pastures His flock:
He gathers the lambs in His arms
And carries them in His bosom;
Gently He drives the mother sheep.

Who measured the waters with the hollow of His hand,
And gauged the skies with a span,
And meted earth’s dust with a measure,.
And weighed the mountains with a scale
And the hills with a balance?

Who has plumbed the mind of the LORD,
What man could tell Him His plan?

Whom did He consult, and who taught Him,
Guided Him in the way of right?
Who guided Him in knowledge
And showed Him the path of wisdom?

The nations are but a drop in a bucket,
Reckoned as dust on a balance;
The very coastlands He lifts like motes.

Lebanon is not fuel enough,
Nor its beasts enough for sacrifice.

All nations are as naught in His sight;
He accounts them as less than nothing.

To whom, then, can you liken God,
What form compare to Him?

The idol? A woodworker shaped it,
And a smith overlaid it with gold,

As a gift, he chooses the mulberrye —
A wood that does not rot—
Then seeks a skillful woodworker
To make a firm idol,
That will not topple.

Do you not know?
Have you not heard?
Have you not been told
From the very first?
Have you not discerned
How the earth was founded?

It is He who is enthroned above the vault of the earth,
So that its inhabitants seem as grasshoppers;
Who spread out the skies like gauze,
Stretched them out like a tent to dwell in.

He brings potentates to naught,
Makes rulers of the earth as nothing.

Hardly are they planted,
Hardly are they sown,
Hardly has their stem
Taken root in earth,
When He blows upon them and they dry up,
And the storm bears them off like straw.

To whom, then, can you liken Me,
To whom can I be compared?
—says the Holy One.

Lift high your eyes and see:
Who created these?
He who sends out their host by count,
Who calls them each by name:
Because of His great might and vast power,
Not one fails to appear.

Haftarah: Isaiah chapter 40 verses 1 thru 26 complete

OAmein and OAmein

Today’s Bible Study is Complete.

Thank you Merciful HaShem, for allowing us to meet this day.

(closing comment and sources and Priestly Blessing)

note: All sources are hyperlinked to allow more translatable version in POD Cast.

I Pray others got something out of this Portion, Tanakh Bible Study, and Spiritual Torah Teaching.

Until next time, let us close with…..

The Priestly Blessing

And  HaShem our G-D spoke to Moses, saying: “Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying, ‘This is the way you shall bless the children of Israel. Say to them:

“The L-d bless you and keep you;
The L-d make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you;
The L-d lift up His countenance upon you,
And give you peace.” ’

“So they shall put My name on the children of Israel, and I will bless them.”

In HaShem and HaShem’s alone Mighty Glorious Name.

Forever and Ever

O’Amein and O’Amein.

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Welcome, the following is a brief review of this Bible Study.

1. This BLOG post will have the resources and sources links for the Season 5 Bible Studies . 

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How we conduct Bible Studies here:

We believe in One and Only One G-D. HaShem; The G-D of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

We do not and will not Pray in any others name or Praise any other, but HaShem.

Exodus chapter 20: 2-14.

God spoke all these words, saying:

I the LORD am your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt, the house of bondage:

You shall have no other gods besides Me.

You shall not make for yourself a sculptured image, or any likeness of what is in the heavens above, or on the earth below, or in the waters under the earth.

You shall not bow down to them or serve them. For I the LORD your God am an impassioned God, visiting the guilt of the parents upon the children, upon the third and upon the fourth generations of those who reject Me,

but showing kindness to the thousandth generation of those who love Me and keep My commandments.

We believe G-D has called each of us to search matters out. 

(It is the glory of God to conceal a matter,
And the glory of a king to plumb a matter.

Like the heavens in their height, like the earth in its depth, Is the mind of kings—unfathomable.. Proverbs 25:2 -3) 

This is one reason why here at Marie Speaks G-D’s Grace Bible Study, we review several historical references and resources, of which we provide links and or screen shots for others to study at their leisure.

We have been directed by G-D Wonderful and Almighty, to go Book by Book, Verse by Verse; sharing HIS Torah and Tanakh.

We believe as directed by G-D Our Heavenly Father, learning and growing in Torah and Tanakh leads to understanding and wisdom; this shall only be achieved in reading, studying, and sharing HIS Word for ourselves; not relying on man. 

Learning, growing, and studying with OUR L-D is to be done with others that are like minded, but more so during our personal time.

The BLOGs are written to assist those just beginning to study the BIBLE as a starting point. The Live or recorded Bible Studies are to cover and release opportunities and guidance, but ultimately is ones own personal responsibility to rule, govern, and be purposeful in their relationship with G-D.

Proverbs 22: 4 thru 6

The effect of humility is fear of the LORD,
Wealth, honor, and life.

Thorns and snares are in the path of the crooked;
He who values his life will keep far from them.

Train a lad in the way he ought to go;
He will not swerve from it even in old age.

Ezekiel 18: 20 thru 22

The person who sins, he alone shall die. A child shall not share the burden of a parent’s guilt, nor shall a parent share the burden of a child’s guilt; the righteousness of the righteous shall be accounted to him alone, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be accounted to him alone.

Moreover, if the wicked one repents of all the sins that he committed and keeps all My laws and does what is just and right, he shall live; he shall not die.

None of the transgressions he committed shall be remembered against him; because of the righteousness he has practiced, he shall live.

Is it my desire that a wicked person shall die?—says the L-d G-D. It is rather that he shall turn back from his ways and live.

May HaShem, Blessed be He continue to Bless us all and may we all be forever written in the Book of Life. 

O’Amein and O’Amein

Alittle about me: I love HaShem, TORAH, and Tankh!!!!! I am not perfect!!!!

If we meet: We talking about Torah, drinking tea or coffee, and what books are out about HaShem! and maybe over some pizza… maybe over some steak…make over cake or on a bike during a hike, while riding on a train in the rain, but either way…..We’ll be talking about TORAH!!!!

What is import to me:……..A relationship with Our Father El Elohiym Elyon HaShem Our Merciful and Wise King, in Heaven, Torah, and Family.

My thoughts: We may not be perfect, but we study, we learn, we laugh, & we grow; we try.

My goals: To learn and grow and share Love of Torah in HaShem with others who are willing or open to hearing.

I have been using the minds.com account https://www.minds.com/MarieSpeaksatParadeRest and

Rumble (Live Bible Study video Post: Rumble https://referral.rumble.com/JbdHuNTHgxTkiCrp7 )

as main accounts.


Let’s continue to Love like משיח and Pray.
PRAY FOR OUR NATION, enemies, fellows, and many lost Sons and Daughters of משיח Returns.

HaShem IS ON THE MOVE!!!!!



Let US Begin!!!!

Link to Rumble LIVE Bible Study:

Link to previous Bible Study:

Audio POD Cast BLOG version of Bible Study: 

Audio of BLOG:

Link to Youtube Live Link Bible Study: