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Parsha Eikev – Apostolic Readings, Links, and Videos

New Testament passages to read and study with Parsha Ekev, Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25.

Readings

  • Deuteronomy 7:12-8:20
    • John 6:30-58
    • Ephesians 3:14-20
    • 1 Thessalonians 2:1-12
    • James 2:10-20
    • Revelation 2:12-17
    • Revelation 18:14-24
  • Deuteronomy 9
    • Acts 7:51-53
    • Romans 3
    • Romans 11:25-32
    • 1 Corinthians 6:9-11
    • 1 Thessalonians 2:17-20
    • Hebrews 12:15-29
    • Jude 1:24-25
    • Revelation 17:12-14
  • Deuteronomy 10:1-11:25
    • Matthew 10:26-33
    • Romans 2
    • Romans 11:33-36
    • 1 Thessalonians 2:13-16
    • Hebrews 12:3-14
    • Jude 1:5-23
    • Revelation 2:18-29

More Reading on Parsha Eikev

Related Video Teachings

  • Manasseh’s Wealth in Joshua 22 – In Joshua 22:7-9, Joshua sends the half-tribe of Manasseh back to their land on the east side of the Jordan with a blessing and much material wealth. Does the Bible teach that wealth is a curse or a blessing? Maybe a little of both.
  • Friends of the Rich and the Poor – Wealth doesn’t make anyone a better or worse person. It’s a useful tool that can be used for the good of family, community, and Kingdom. But be wary of anyone who would treat you differently because of wealth, either theirs or yours.
  • Two Characteristics of the Super Successful – Super successful people almost always have two characteristics in common. Proverbs 12:1
  • Enduring Conquest through Self-Discipline – If you allow your emotions to dictate your decisions, you will act rashly and violently, and you will enslave yourself to your emotions. Self-discipline puts you in control and underlies all lasting conquests.
  • A Little Bitter Makes Your Whole Life Sweeter – People are resilient. They tend to adapt and become accustomed to whatever circumstances life puts them in. Because of this, a life of too much ease creates weak men. If you want to be happy, strong, and able to withstand whatever curve balls come your way, you’re better off seeking out challenges and hardships in measured, controlled doses before truly hard times come and knock you on your backside.
  • Matthew 4:1-4 and Bread from Stones – Yeshua literally went out into the desert without food and was literally tempted by the devil to do tricks to prove his identity. But there’s a lot more going on in this passage than the literal meaning of the words. Stones aren’t always stones and bread isn’t always bread. Sometimes they’re people, and waiving a magic wand to turn hard hearted people into faithful servants of the Kingdom wasn’t in his mission plan. It takes time, trials, and every word that comes from the mouth of YHWH.”

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