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All Torah TeachingsParashat Toldot – Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

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  • Sharleen Wilkens

    Thank you for your word, it was a good listening for our Torah portion. I have a question, when you spoke of the apple and fragrant smell. You referred to Psalms 2:3. I have heard reference to this fragrance that comes from the fig tree. The fig this fruit, and while blossoming puts out a beautiful fragrance, Psalms 2:13, talks a lot about what you spoke. Just reading and pondering about both these trees. They provide shade also. Apples and raisin cakes, delightful to eat. Psalms 2 is packed with so much, so poetic and full of prophecy. Do you see this also as you read. The story of Rivkah is such a touching story also. The pain her heart felt but her strength was so very strong. Her love for ADONAI was great and she had discernment. But I look at Yitz'chak also for it was through his prayer that brought forth these two brothers. So much word given to us. I am beyond grateful for the many teachers who are teaching so that I being one who was lost at one time, now has been brought forth to life. My Messiah, the G-d of Israel lives. May you and your family be blessed each day by His great love He has for you all. Shalom

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