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Book of the Law

 

Occurrences:  1

First Reference:  Yeshua 11:39

 

Have you not read how that in the days when Josiah was king over Judah, there was found in the temple the Book of the Law which no man knew, not even the high priest, nor Jeremiah the prophet?

So they took the book to a woman whose name was Huldah, a prophetess of great renown, and desired that she should tell them from whence it came;

Whether or not it was truly that book which was come from Moses, and she delivered unto the king the word of the Lord concerning the book and all Jerusalem also.

Yeshua 11:39-41

 

 

See:  Huldah

 

Summary:  While teaching in Bethsaida, Yeshua addressed his disciples regarding the inherent rights and power of women (Y:11:1-57). During the sermon, Yeshua pointed to several examples of women who played significant roles throughout Jewish religious history, including Deborah, Esther, and Huldah the prophetess. It was Huldah who “delivered unto the king the word of the Lord” concerning a book found in the temple (Y:11:41), referred to as the “Book of the Law”. Rabbinic sources claim that the “Book of the Law” was the original Torah written by Moses. Modern scholars suggest that the book was most likely Deuteronomy.

 

 

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Refer to:  2 Kings 22;  2 Chronicles 34:14-33

 

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