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    I had a number of questions about my portion, but the most interesting one to myself was: Why is it so important to care for strangers? My parashat hashavua is Parashat Mishpatim. In the story of Parashat Mishpatim, it explains what happened when there was slavery and all of the laws. Also, it shows how God and Moses helps the slaves. Rabbi Moses ben Nachman wrote about the importances of caring for strangers, he provides,“You should not think that strangers have no one to save them from…

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    The Welfare reform has had a huge toll on the citizens/or people of the United States of America, but not all of it has been negative. About ‘‘60 percent of the adults leaving welfare are employed at any given moment and that, over a period of several months, about 80 percent hold at least one job.’’ The welfare reform was unpredictable throughout the entire process, some women were unable to withstand without welfare while others were able to have welfare only make up 23 percent of their…

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    journey to canaan, the promise land. One of the sons of Jacob, the grandson of Abraham, lead the tribe into Egypt, which ended up enslaving the tribe. Freed by Moses, the tribe made their way to Egypt. In story was told in the story of genesis and exodus. As for the early experiences, Judaism was pledged with suffering throughout history, first the enslavement by Egypt, then the split of Israel causing Babylon to…

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    Psalm 139 Analysis

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    verse are the Greek/Hebrew words for Lord and know. The particular word for Lord in the Hebrew text is the word Yahweh. Yahweh is the Hebrew name of God meaning I am. In the bible this name was first God associated with God when questioned by Moses in Exodus 3 on what name to call him. The use of the name Yahweh is significant in this passage because it established that the same God discussed in Psalm 139 is the same God who was with Moses in…

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    Therefore, the days of creation week were solar days of 24 hours; days as we know them today.. Years after the creation, Moses wrote “For in six days God made heaven and earth…” (Ex. 20:11) Whatever the meaning of the word “day” was when Moses wrote Exodus, it had the same meaning in Genesis; else Moses statement about the six days has absolutely no meaning. Also, the days of Genesis are divided into two periods;…

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    In the world today, everybody knows who Jesus Christ is. Everyone knows the Bible. Of the four gospels, Gospel of John addresses Jesus’ Judean Ministry of truth and light. It differs from and complements the Synoptic Gospels by writing style, especially in John 6: 26-59. In this passage, Jesus addresses the crowd and proclaims a radical thought, originating from the Old Testament. Jesus states that He is the new manna from heaven above; instituting what Christians call the Eucharist. With the…

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    In this passage of scripture, we find the disciples stuck in not just any storm, but “a great windstorm.” In the previous verse of Mark 4, Jesus had been in that same boat preaching the gospel. Now the teaching was over and Jesus was weary and in need of rest. We all can understand that. You know how it is when you have ministered all day, it takes much of your energy, so He was tired. Mark 4:37-40 begins with the windstorm, and if we go two verses before to Mark 4:35 you see that Jesus had…

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    Following the liberation of Seoul, South Korea in 1950, Americans were ecstatic about General Macarthur’s long fought and outstanding victory. American and South Korean forces continued to push well beyond the 38th Parallel—the delineation between North and South Korea—towards the Yalu River, the border between North Korea and Chinese Manchuria. In spite of the increasing likelihood of Chinese intervention, American and UN intelligence specialists ignored the possibility. Little did they know,…

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    Refugee Crisis In Syria

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    Most of these migrants are women and children. It is the largest refugee exodus since World War II. Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey are the countries that have borne the brunt of the immigrants. As Syrian safety conditions decreased, the amount of people leaving the country increased. More than 7.6 million people have been internally…

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    1. Many people and events of the Old Testament are critical to the understanding of Jesus Christ in the New Testament. The story of Abraham helps reveal an important message about Jesus through Abraham’s covenant with God. The third part of the covenant, blessing those who bless Abraham, is worked out through Jesus showing the world that it is not just Jews that need his message, but everyone. David also reveals an important facet of Jesus through his covenant with God. Part of the covenant…

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