In part 5 of this series, Keith examines several passages in Proverbs and other sections of the scripture. He reveals how "Wisdom" is described in the feminine gender. He also shows how the three feminine words Ruach/Spirit, Torah/Instruction and Chokmah/Wisdom are related in theme and concept.
In the portion Mikeitz, meaning "at the end," Keith discusses a number of aspects of the life of Joseph. He discusses the three sets of dreams in this passage of scripture and shows some of the ways they are connected. He shows that the dreams have much greater significance than the lifetimes of Joseph and his brothers.
He also discusses some of the mysteries of the hidden cup that was placed in Benjamin's sack and how it relates prophetically to the future of the tribe of Benjamin.
In this portion, Keith discusses the messengers that Jacob dispatched. On his way to face his brother Esau after so many years, Jacob is left alone. Who was the one that wrestled with Jacob? How was Jacob changed by the encounter? Who indeed is Israel? Join us we look into many of these questions and more.
After being sent away by his parents, Jacob had a dream of a ladder reaching into the heavens. Are there other passages of scripture that allude to this ladder? What is the significance of this dream and what are the implications? Perhaps there is much more to this dream of a ladder.
In Toldot, (Generations) we see the seeds of the future in the lives of Jacob and Esau. When we closely examine the events surrounding their birth, selling of the birthright and Jacob obtaining the blessing, many questions arise. We are sometimes forced to reconsider our paradigms of freewill and destiny. We also see the archetypes of the flesh man vs the spirit man.