ָך֔יֶמָי ּןו֣כִרֲאַי ֙ןַעַ֙מְל ָךֶּ֑מִא־ ֶתאְו ָך֖יִבָא־ ֶתא ֥דֵּבַּכ 12
ְךָֽל ֥ןֵתֹנ ָך֖יֶהֹלֱא ֥הָוְהי־ ׁרֶשֲא ֔הָמָדֲאָה ֚לַע
Exodus 20:12 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
12 ה “Honour your father and mother, so that you
may live long in the land which Adonai
your God is giving you.
Shiluach hakenis the Jewish law derived from the Torah that
enjoins one to send away the mother bird before taking her young or her eggs
This only applies to Kosher birds. The Torah promises longevity to someone
who performs this commandment.
Matthew 5:19Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
19 So whoever disobeys the least of these mitzvot and teaches others to
do so will be called the least in the Kingdom of Heaven. But whoever
obeys them and so teaches will be called great in the Kingdom of Heaven.
Matthew 23:23 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB) Read whole Chapter
23 “Woe to you hypocritical Torah-teachers and P’rushim! You pay your tithes
of mint, dill and cumin; but you have neglected the weightier matters of the
Torah — justice, mercy, trust. These are the things you should have attended
to — without neglecting the others!
Mark 12:41-44 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
41 Then Yeshua sat down opposite the Temple treasury and watched the
crowd as they put money into the offering-boxes. Many rich people put in
large sums, 42 but a poor widow came and put in two small coins. 43 He called
his talmidim to him and said to them, “Yes! I tell you, this poor widow has put
more in the offering-box than all the others making donations. 44 For all of
them, out of their wealth, have contributed money they can easily spare; but
she, out of her poverty, has given everything she had to live on.”
Luke 21:1-4Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
21 Then Yeshua looked up, and as he watched the rich placing their gifts into
the Temple offering-boxes, 2 he also saw a poor widow put in two small coins.
3 He said, “I tell you the truth, this poor widow has put in more than all the
others. 4 For they, out of their wealth, have contributed money they could
easily spare; but she, out of her poverty, has given all she had to live on.”
Leviticus 22:26-30Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
26 Adonai said to Moshe, 27 “When a bull, sheep or goat is born, it is to stay
with its mother for seven days; but from the eighth day on, it may be
accepted for an offering made by ﬁre to Adonai. 28 However, no animal is to
be slaughtered together with its young on the same day, neither cow nor
29 “When you offer a sacriﬁce of thanksgiving to Adonai, you must do it in a
way such that you will be accepted. 30 It must be eaten on the same day it is
offered; leave none of it till morning; I am Adonai.
Acts 10:9-16Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
9 The next day about noon, while they were still on their way and approaching
the city, Kefa went up onto the roof of the house to pray. 10 He began to feel
hungry and wanted something to eat; but while they were preparing the meal,
he fell into a trance 11 in which he saw heaven opened, and something that
looked like a large sheet being lowered to the ground by its four corners. 12 In
it were all kinds of four-footed animals, crawling creatures and wild birds.
13 Then a voice came to him, “Get up, Kefa, slaughter and eat!” 14 But Kefa
said, “No, sir! Absolutely not! I have never eaten food that was unclean or
treif.” 15 The voice spoke to him a second time: “Stop treating as unclean what
God has made clean.” 16 This happened three times, and then the sheet was
immediately taken back up into heaven.
Galatians 4:26 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
26 But the Yerushalayim above is free, and she is our
Galatians 4:21-31Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
21 Tell me, you who want to be in subjection to the system that results from perverting the Torah into legalism, don’t you hear what the
Torah itself says? 22 It says that Avraham had two sons, one by the slave woman and one by the free woman. 23 The one by the slave
woman was born according to the limited capabilities of human beings, but the one by the free woman was born through the miracle-
working power of God fulﬁlling his promise. 24 Now, to make a midrash on these things: the two women are two covenants. One is from
Mount Sinai and bears children for slavery — this is Hagar. 25 Hagar is Mount Sinai in Arabia; she corresponds to the present
Yerushalayim, for she serves as a slave along with her children. 26 But the Yerushalayim above is free, and she is our mother; 27 for the
“Rejoice, you barren woman who does not bear children!
Break forth and shout, you who are not in labor!
For the deserted wife will have more children
than the one whose husband is with her!”
28 You, brothers, like Yitz’chak, are children referred to in a promise of God. 29 But just as then the one born according to limited
human capability persecuted the one born through the Spirit’s supernatural power, so it is now. 30 Nevertheless, what does the Tanakh
say? “Get rid of the slave woman and her son, for by no means will the son of the slave woman inherit along with the son of the free
woman!” 31 So, brothers, we are children not of the slave woman, but of the free woman.