This is Bill’s commentary on the portion Shemot – “names.” This initial portion of Exodus details some of the most important events in the history of Israel. We see the emergence of a tyrant who disregarded his predecessors and sought to destroy the Hebrew people. In the midst of this darkness, however, we see God’s redemptive plan emerging as well with the birth of Moses. Thus, begins the deliverance of Abraham’s seed. Some of the highlights are:
- The king who didn’t know Joseph and the prophetic importance.
- Why the Adversary is the Destroyer and the Restrainer.
- Prerequisites for a shepherd of Israel.
- God’s Memorial Name.
- Much more. Approximately 3 hours