In this portion, Keith discusses the danger of adding or taking away from the scripture. He also discusses the subject of wisdom and how it is related to the Torah. In addition, he discusses the importance of having words placed upon all of the portals.
As we begin the Book of Deuteronomy, Moses speaks to the people and reminds them of some of the events of their epic journey during the wilderness. Keith discusses the importance of seeing with eyes of faith and seeking to achieve our full potential. He also discusses the kingdom principle of contraction and expansion.
Keith decided to just focus upon the first few verses of the portion "Beha'alotcha" from the book of Numbers. He discusses several aspects of the menorah and ties in many passages. In the course of this discussion he shows how the digit pi can be seen in the construct of the menorah. He also discusses the menorah within the context of the zodiac.
In this portion, (In The Wilderness) we examine the counting of the tribes of Israel and how this census compares with others. We also discuss some of the deeper significance of the symbolism. In the course of this study, Keith discusses the Zodiac and how it can be seen in this portion as well as other passages.
Keith discusses the feast of Passover and many of the connections with that particular feast with many other passages in the scripture including the book of Revelation. He also discusses the importance of developing discipline and being diligent to search for and remove the leaven of the soul.
In the portion " Terumah," Keith discusses the symbolism of many of the metals, fabrics and other components that were donated for the construction of the Tabernacle. He also discusses aspects of several of the furniture pieces and shows the lessons of relationship that are found in them.
In this portion, Keith discusses Jethro's (Yitro) arrival in the Sinai area and the advice that he gave unto Moses. He also discusses the Ten Commandments and the preparation that proceeded Israel receiving them. Keith also discusses the importance of objective truth being subjectively internalized.
Recently at the Season of Our Joy Sukkot celebration in Missouri, Keith gave a two part presentation on Moses and Elijah. The first part gives a lot of background and encompasses many subjects such as the law of two or three witnesses as well as a discussion about the peniel gland in the brain.
In part two, Keith discusses parallels and contrasts between Moses and Elijah and shows their ministries from the garden of Eden through the book of Revelation. He also takes some time to show the relationship between the ministry of Moses and Elijah and the Ark of the Covenant.
In part one of our study of this chapter, we discuss the significance of the 144,000. We also examine the importance of the location in which this scene unfolds. In addition, in the course of our conversation we discuss the importance of "firstfruits."