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5 Books of Torah

5 Books of Torah

by Williamsburg Community Chapel on November 06, 2019

5 Books of Torah


Click below to access the Annual Focus booklet for The Bible.

Annual Focus: The Bible

Click below to access the E100 Reading Plan.

E100 Reading Plan

9/8: The Bible (Deuteronomy 31:1-18)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
9/15: Creation and Rebellion (Genesis 1:1-2:3)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
9/22: Abraham’s Family (Genesis 15:1-21)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
9/29: Joseph’s Story (Genesis 37:1-36)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
10/6: The Exodus (Exodus 1:8-10, 2:23-3:14)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
10/13: Israel at Mt. Sinai (Exodus 19:16-20, 20:1-21)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
10/20: The Day of Atonement (Leviticus 16:1-22)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
10/27: In the Wilderness (Numbers 13:17-33)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
11/3: Moses’ Final Instructions (Deuteronomy 1:1-8, 30:1-10)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides

About This Message Series

The Hebrew word, “Torah,” literally means “Instruction.” The Torah is instruction for living in God’s world. These instructions include narrative, poetry, and laws. In light of this section of Scripture containing many of God’s commandments, the word “Torah” has also been translated as “Law.” However, while law giving is one theme of the Torah, its contents are much broader than lists of laws. As the first section of books in the Bible, it holds the keys to understanding the Bible as a whole. As a book’s ending often makes sense only in light of its beginning, so the conclusion of the Bible can only be understood if one understands the Torah.

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