The Gold and Honey of The Torah, Ep 4

EPISODE 4 of 6: The 3 Tamars Prophecy

This week (January 26) on Shabbat Night Live, maybe you know one story in the Bible about a woman named Tamar; maybe you know two stories. But three? What is YeHoVaH trying to tell us within the stories of these three different women with the same name?

Jake Hilton shares some insight you’ve likely never heard before! 
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: 17:19) What is the Hebrew word for the ornate robe given to Joseph by his father Jacob in the book of Genesis?
  2. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 18:15) What prophetic imagery does Yehovah use to give Joseph visions of future events?
  3. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 25:11) What is the story in Genesis chapter 38 primarily about?
  4. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 25:27) What are the consequences of Amnon’s actions towards his sister Tamar in the story from Second Samuel chapter 13?
  5. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 32:16) The 1st Tamar and the 2nd Tamar are mentioned in which chapters of the Bible?
  6. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 36:42) What are the parallels between Tamar one and Tamar two, and how do they reflect the spiritual and literal aspects of Israel’s actions?
  7. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 38:17) What spiritual lessons can be drawn from the parallel between the actions and consequences of the prostitute in the scripture passages mentioned?
  8. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 44:26) What symbolic significance do the descriptions of Yeshua in the book of Revelation hold concerning the Hebrew word pas-sim and the image of the royal robe?
  9. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 50:06) What is the significance of the white robes and palm branches in the context of the 144,000 mentioned in the revelation?
  10. (VIDEO TIMELINE: 52:58) What is the significance of the imagery of the ornate robe, the name Tamar, and the spiritual prophetic image of the bride to the bridegroom in the context of the biblical passages mentioned?

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