Vayakhel: What Does It Mean To Be the Image of God?

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Why should Christians study Torah?  Here is one excellent example.  The Apostle Paul explains that the oracles of God have been committed to the Jews (Romans 3:1-2).  There is a depth of understanding about the Word of God and the God of the Word that the Jewish sages have grasped for millennia, and which Christians are only now beginning to rediscover.  Take a look at this 10-minute teaching from Rabbi David Forhman of AlephBeta Academy and see if it imparts to you an understanding of why we exist that you may not have considered before.  After you have viewed it, meditate on I Corinthians 6:19-20.  I guarantee this will be a delight to your soul.

Vayakhel: What Does It Mean to Be Tzelem Elokim?
Vayakhel: What Does It Mean to Be Tzelem Elokim? – AlephBeta.

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