Matthew 15 – Part 4 – The SEVEN loaves and the TWO fish

Matthew 15 - Part 4 - The SEVEN loaves and the TWO fish

Matthew 15 – Part 4 – The SEVEN loaves and the TWO fish

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Matthew 15 explained. In this bible study, we will take a deep look into one of the most known miracles of Christ. As he is teaching to the multitudes with His disciples, He commands them to bring seven loaves of bread and two fish.

Afterwards, these loaves and fish are enough to feed the whole multitude who had been hungry. This tells us that when we hunger for the word of God and listen to what it teaches us, we will be fed – just like those people.

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About Baruch: R. Baruch is the senior lecturer at the Zera Avraham Institute based in Israel. He also appears on the Israeli Television program Pdut L’amo where he teaches each week from the Bible (This program is in Hebrew).

A similar Bible Study program in English is broadcast on numerous television networks across the United States, Europe, and Africa. Many of his lectures are available in the forms of video, audio and written on Pdut.org (Hebrew) and LoveIsrael.org (English).

Baruch holds a PhD in Jewish Studies. His dissertation was in the translation techniques of the Septuagint. Baruch has been married for over 30 years to his wife, Rivka, and they have three adult children. The Kormans live in Israel.

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4 thoughts on “Matthew 15 – Part 4 – The SEVEN loaves and the TWO fish

  1. Blanca Alfaro

    Thank you for teaching

    August 6, 2022 at 7:55 pm Reply
  2. TriciaMoon

    Thank you! ❤ 🙏

    August 6, 2022 at 7:55 pm Reply
  3. Steven Boudreaux

    Awesome teaching as usual. Thank you Dr. Baruch.

    August 6, 2022 at 7:55 pm Reply
  4. Weather Moon

    Thank you

    August 6, 2022 at 7:55 pm Reply

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