The Torah Scroll – It Might Amaze You 

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The Torah Scroll – It Might Amaze You 

It might amaze you to know some facts about a Torah scroll. After all wisdom is hidden. Unless you pursue it you will not find it: 

So first of all, there are just 22 letters in the Hebrew aleph-bet that comprise every word of Scripture and there are 22 amino acids and 22 chromosomes. 

There are five scrolls of Torah just as there were five loaves of bread that “fed” the multitudes and five kinds of sacrifices. 

It takes 39 lambskins to complete a Torah scroll and Messiah was stricken with 39 strikes from the whips of the Romans! 

The lines on a Torah scroll are called “stripes”, and by His stripes we are healed! 

These scrolls are also called “leaves” and Revelation declares that the “leaves” of the tree of life will be for the healing of the nations!

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In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bore twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. 

And there shall be no more curse: but the throne of YAHUAH and of the Lamb shall be in it; and his servants shall serve him:

CHIZAYON (REVELATION) 22:2-3 

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Gera'el Toma

A highly esteemed elder in the faith of the Natsarim, the first century believers in Messiah Yahusha, and a treasured member of the Remnant House Team.

Gera'el Toma (Gerald Thomas) is an internationally recognized and respected teacher of the Holy Scriptures as originally written in the Hebrew language.

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Gera'el Toma

A highly esteemed elder in the faith of the Natsarim, the first century believers in Messiah Yahusha, and a treasured member of the Remnant House Team.

Gera'el Toma (Gerald Thomas) is an internationally recognized and respected teacher of the Holy Scriptures as originally written in the Hebrew language.

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