The Gold and Honey of The Torah, Ep 2

EPISODE 2 of 6: The Blessed Second Son

This week (January 12) on Shabbat Night Live, throughout scripture there are curious examples of the first being last, and the last being first.

Jake Hilton lays the groundwork for a fascinating study of a pattern that reveals blessings coming in ways we don’t expect — in particular, from those who come second, not first. 

Watch the episode — included in this blog post.

While you watch, consider the questions below. The timeline for each discussion topic in the video is noted on each question. Post your answers in the comments section, and let’s get some discussion going!

  1. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 17:26) What is the name of the pattern that YeHoVaH showed to Jake Hilton as he was studying the Torah?
  2. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 21:04) What is the name of the first son of Jacob and Rachel, who received the birthright and blessing from his father?
  3. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 22:39) How did Jacob bless Joseph’s two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh?
  4. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 23:37) What is the name of the sister of Aaron and Moses who was the oldest child in their family?
  5. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 24:53) What is the name of the Hebrew word that means “beloved” and is also the name of the second son of Jesse who became the king of Israel?
  6. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 25:32) What is the name of the second son of David and Bathsheba who became the wisest king of Israel and built the temple?
  7. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 31:07) What is the significance of the second set of tablets that YeHoVaH gave to Moses after he broke the first set?
  8. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 32:42) How does the second generation of Israelites who inherited the land represent the image of the blessed one?
  9. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 33:12) What is the difference between being born of the flesh and being born of the spirit, according to Yeshua?
  10. (VIDEO TIMELINE – 33:39) How does the fire that descended on the disciples on the Feast of Shavuot relate to the fire that came down on Mount Sinai?

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