Deuteronomy 32: “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.”

Shalom Children of G-d!

Welcome back to

Marie Speaks G-d’s Grace Bible Study.

This lesson, we continue with the final days of the life of Moses, our Teacher, may peace be upon him.

He closes with a speech and song to the Nation of Israel, the captains of the tribes, the elders, and the officers, along with all the men of Israel, the little ones, the wives, and the strangers in their camp, including converts( those not yet completed the Mikvah ceremony) and proselytes (modern day Noahides), from the woodcutters (idol carvers or modern day Rome 325/ aster worshippers ) to the water carriers( those rejected from conversion due to continued idolatries and sorcery practices).

Moses speaks about the covenant of the Lord HaShem The Blessed Holy One and His oath, not only with those present that day but also with those who are not present(surrounding earth inhabitants present time and future that would accept HaShem as G-d).

This occurs before his death and the entrance of the Nation of Israel into the Promised Land, fulfilling prophecies spoken thousands of years earlier to our Father Abraham.

This lesson we will review a of Deuteronomy Portion of the Bible Study.

The  Torah Reading will be:
Ha’azinu: Deuteronomy 32:1-52with a Haftarah: Hosea 14:2-10; Micah 7:18-20

In the following Bible Study we will be going over: First Torah: Simchat Torah: Deuteronomy 33:1 – 34:12; Genesis 1:1 – 2:3 Second Torah: Simchat Torah: Numbers 29:35 – 30:1 Haftarah:Joshua 1:1-18 and this will complete season 5.5

*****All links are hyper linked for credit….. please use responsibly as the Divine Name, is written, referenced, and spoken.*****

I entitled this Bible Study:

Deuteronomy ch 32:

“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.”


Before I did a video entitled

If you like history and theater, you might love this… In Julius Caesar, Act III, Scene II, the famous line is written… “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears” by William Shakespeare, who lived between 1564 and 1616. The scene of this play is when Antony speaks at Caesar’s funeral. Brutus betrayed his friend and some say lover. Later, a revision of the history was promoted painting Brutus as a righteous man who had murdered in the name of putting down a vicious and aggressive corrupt leader.

How is this history related to Torah, Tanakh, Israel, Rome 325,”New Twistament”, and today’s current battles and wars?

Julius Caesar, in full Gaius Julius Caesar, (born July 12/13, 100? BCE, Rome [Italy]—died March 15, 44 BCE, Rome), celebrated Roman general and statesman, the conqueror of Gaul (58–50 BCE), victor in the civil war of 49–45 BCE, and dictator (46–44 BCE), who was launching a series of political and social reforms when he was assassinated by a group of nobles in the Senate House on the Ides of March.

Caesar changed the course of the history of the Greco-Roman world decisively and irreversibly. The Greco-Roman society has been extinct for so long that most of the names of its great men mean little to the average, educated modern person. But Caesar’s name, like Alexander’s, is still on people’s lips throughout the Christian and Islamic worlds. Even people who know nothing of Caesar as a historic personality are familiar with his family name as a title signifying a ruler who is in some sense uniquely supreme or paramount—the meaning of Kaiser in German, tsar in the Slavonic languages, and qayṣar in the languages of the Islamic world.

Caesar’s gens (clan) name, Julius (Iulius), is also familiar in the Christian world, for in Caesar’s lifetime the Roman month Quintilis, in which he was born, was renamed “July” in his honour. This name has survived, as has Caesar’s reform of the calendar. The old Roman calendar was inaccurate and manipulated for political purposes. Caesar’s calendar, the Julian calendar, is still partially in force in the Eastern Orthodox Christian countries, and the Gregorian calendar, now in use in the West, is the Julian, slightly corrected by Pope Gregory XIII.

How did Brutus die?

After Caesar’s assassination, Brutus and Cassius were driven from Rome and gradually seized all the Roman East. In late 42 they met Mark Antony and Octavian in two battles at Philippi. Cassius killed himself after being defeated in the first. Brutus did likewise after being defeated in the second. He was given an honourable burial.

Cesar, Anthony, Cleopatra, Herod and Israel… a love triangle?

Cleopatra, (Greek: “Famous in Her Father”) in full Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator (“Cleopatra the Father-Loving Goddess”), (born 70/69 BCE—died August 30 BCE, Alexandria), Egyptian queen, famous in history and drama as the lover of Julius Caesar and later as the wife of Mark Antony. She became queen on the death of her father, Ptolemy XII, in 51 BCE and ruled successively with her two brothers Ptolemy XIII (51–47) and Ptolemy XIV (47–44) and her son Ptolemy XV Caesar (44–30). After the Roman armies of Octavian (the future emperor Augustus) defeated their combined forces, Antony and Cleopatra committed suicide, and Egypt fell under Roman domination. Cleopatra actively influenced Roman politics at a crucial period, and she came to represent, as did no other woman of antiquity, the prototype of the romantic femme fatale.

From Cesar, Brutus, Mark Anthony, Cleopatra and King Herod all lived at the same time?

CLEOPATRA: By: Richard GottheilSamuel Krauss

Queen of Egypt 52-30 B.C.; daughter of Ptolemy Auletes. Through her association with the rulers of Rome, Cleopatra was of importance not so much to the Jews of her own country as to those of Judea. When Herod fled in great distress before Antigonus, he turned toward Egypt; but it was only after suffering many indignities at Pelusium that he was enabled to embark for Alexandria, where he saw Cleopatra. However, although she invited him to remain, he hastened on to Rome (40 B.C.) (Josephus, “Ant.” xiv. 13, § 2; “B. J.” i. 14, § 2).

After Herod became king by the help of the Romans, Cleopatra tried in every way to injure him. Alexandra, Herod’s mother-in-law, complained to Cleopatra that the office of high priest was denied to her son Aristobulus, and she sent the pictures of her beautiful children, Mariamne and Aristobulus, to Antony, at that time held captive by Cleopatra’s charms. Antony desired the handsome youth as a companion, and to prevent this Herod was forced to appoint Aristobulus as high priest (35 B.C.). Alexandra’s ambition went so far as to desire the throne for her son. Hidden in coffins, mother and son intended to have themselves transported to Egypt to Cleopatra, but the plan was discovered, and Herod had Aristobulus secretly murdered (“Ant.” xv. 2, §§ 5-7; 3, §§ 1-3). Alexandra notified Cleopatra of the deed (ib. 3, § 5); but Herod, protected by Antony, went unpunished.

Cleopatra’s ambitious spirit seriously injured Herod. She not only induced Antony to give to her in fief the entire coast-line, except Tyre and Sidon, but appropriated Jericho, a region of Judea rich in palms and the far-famed balsam. She traveled to Judea by way of Apamæa and Damascus; and Herod was forced not only to appease her animosity with presents, but also to rent Jericho from her for a yearly sum of two hundred talents, and to send her at his own expense as far as Pelusium (ib. xv. 4, §§ 1-2; “B. J.” i. 18, § 5). Through her machinations he was drawn into a war with the Nabatæan king Malich; and when he was victorious, Cleopatra sent her general Athenion to help the Nabatæans; whereupon the Jews were defeated and retired across the Jordan (31 B.C.). Herod had great difficulty in surmounting the consequences of this defeat (“Ant.” xv. 5, §§ 3-4; “B. J.” i. 19, § 5-6).

The anti-Jewish Apion not incorrectly looked upon Cleopatra as a ruler hostile to the Jews; for she seems indeed to have been inimical to them. Still Josephus says (“Contra Ap.” ii., § 5) that Apion should rather have denounced the vices of this devilish woman, and thinks it redounds to the honor of the Jews that they received no wheat from her during a famine in Alexandria. Cleopatra’s hatred went so far that when her capital, Alexandria, had been taken by Cæsar Augustus and she had lost everything, she conceived the idea that all could yet be saved if she should murder the Jews of her city with her own hands (ib.). Her death immediately afterward saved the Jews from this fate (30 B.C.).

Rabbinical literature also reports one of her cruel deeds. The bodies of some of her female slaves, who had been condemned to death, were torn open and the contents examined (Tosef., Niddah, iv. 17; Talmud, Niddah, 30b). A question that she is said to have addressed to R. Meïr (Sanh. 90b) can scarcely be historical, owing to the anachronism involved in making them contemporaries, and it is probable that the reading  (“Queen Cleopatra”) in this passage is a corruption of  (“patriarch of the Samaritans”; see Bacher, in “Rev. Et. Juives,” v. 185, vi. 159; idem, “Ag. Tan.” ii. 68).

Who was said to be ruler after King Herod, in the time after Cesar, after Mark Anthony, after Cleopatra, and after the Betray of Brutus?

Government and administration of Augustus

Remembering, however, that Caesar had been assassinated because of his resort to naked power, Octavian realized that the governing class would welcome him as the terminator of civil war only if he concealed his autocracy beneath provisions avowedly harking back to republican traditions. From 31 until 23 BCE the constitutional basis of his power remained a continuous succession of consulships, but in January 27 BCE he ostensibly “transferred the State to the free disposal of the Senate and people,” earning the misleading, though outwardly plausible, tribute that he had restored the republic. At the same time, he was granted a 10-year tenure of an area of government (provinciacomprising SpainGaul, and Syria, the three regions containing the bulk of the army. The remaining provinces were to be governed by proconsuls appointed by the Senate in the old republican fashion. Octavian, however, believed that his supreme prestige—crystallized in the meaningful term auctoritas—safeguarded him against any defiance by these personages; and he was indeed able, more or less indirectly, to influence their appointments, just as he was able (on the rare occasions when he regarded it as desirable) to influence the appointments to the consulships and other metropolitan offices that continued to exist in “republican” fashion.

This is the same Cesar Augustus written in:

Luke 2:1-20 Wycliffe Bible

And it was done in those days, a commandment went out from the emperor Augustus [a commandment went out from Caesar Augustus], that all the world should be described.

This first describing was made of Cyrenius, justice of Syria [justice, or keeper, of Syria].

And all men went to make profession, [or acknowledging,] each into his own city.[a]

And Joseph went up from Galilee, from the city Nazareth [of the city of Nazareth], into Judaea, into a city of David, that is called Bethlehem, for that he was of the house and of the family of David,

Someone is lying here…because

This leads us to the library of Alexandria

Of languages other than Greek, Egyptian had the largest section. Ptolemy I is said to have encouraged Egyptian priests to accumulate records of their past tradition and heritage and to render them available for use by Greek scholars and men of letters whom he had invited to live in Egypt. Best-known examples from each group were the Egyptian priest Manetho, who had good command of Greek, and the Greek author Hecataeus of Abdera.

Other languages

Beside the bulk of Greek literature and a full corpus of Egyptian records, there is evidence that the library incorporated the written works of other nations. Early in the 3rd century BCE, a Chaldean priest named Berosus wrote (in Greek) a history of Babylonia. His book quickly became known in Egypt and was probably used by Manetho. According to Pliny the Elder, Hermippus in Alexandria wrote a voluminous book on Zoroastrianism. Buddhist writings would also become available, as a consequence of the exchange of embassies between Ashoka and Philadelphus. The translation of the Pentateuch from Hebrew into Greek was a practical necessity for the large Jewish community in Alexandria, already Hellenized by the end of the 3rd century BCE. The translation of the Septuagint was executed piecemeal during the 3rd and 2nd centuries BCE, rendered possible in Alexandria because of the abundance of research material available at the library. The Septuagint has survived as the most valuable work in the history of translation and continues to be indispensable to all biblical studies.

Registration and classification of books

Galen preserved the information that was recorded for each book; it included the work’s title, author, and editor as well as its place of origin, length (in lines), and whether the manuscript was mixed (containing more than one work) or unmixed (a single text). It is worth noting that a scribe’s pay was rated according to the quality of writing and number of lines. In an attempt to standardize costs and wages throughout the empire, Diocletian ranked a scribe’s pay as follows:

To a scribe for the best writing 100 lines, 25 denarii; for second-quality writing 100 lines, 20 denarii; to a notary for writing a petition or legal document 100 lines, 10 denarii.

(I believe during this registration time is when books or works were perverted and altered for corrupt agendas)
How many great works became perverted… (The Padilla de Dominguez Theory)

*** Please note.. the complete descrtuction of the library of Alexadera was ordered after the

Documents from the Council of Nicaea

This is a collection of English translations on this Christian church council, which was the first “Church-wide” council held after the practice of Christianity was made legal in the Roman Empire by the emperor Constantine I. These are from the “Council of Nicaea (AD 325)” web page, which is part of the Fourth Century Christianity site created by Wisconsin Lutheran College. You may use any of the primary source documents from this site that are linked below.

Constantine’s Summons to the Council

Creed (Greek/English)

Eusebius’ Letter to his Congregation

Canons (Greek and Latin/English)

The Council’s Letter to the Church in Egypt

Constantine’s Letter to the Church of Alexandria

Constantine’s Letter concerning the Date of Easter

The Royal Library was an unfortunate casualty of war or…… deep state? 

The Royal Library was an unfortunate casualty of war. In 48 BCE Julius Caesar became involved in a civil war in Egypt between Cleopatra and her brother Ptolemy XIII. Caesar sided with Cleopatra and was soon besieged by the Ptolemaic forces by land and sea in the great harbour. He realized that his only chance lay in setting fire to the enemy fleet, and it was by that drastic measure that he managed to gain the upper hand. Yet he is remarkably silent regarding the extent of the destruction caused by the fire in the city itself. Subsequent authors, however, provide details of the ensuing destruction. Most explicit is Plutarch, who, after a personal visit to Alexandria, explained that “Caesar was forced to repel the danger by using fire, which spread from the dockyards and destroyed the Great Library.” Equally indicative is a statement by Strabo who, during a long stay in the city (c. 25–20 BCE), expressed in an indirect manner his regrets over the loss of that great library that had once supplied Eratosthenes and Hipparchus with the original reports of earlier discoveries, sources that were no longer there for him to consult.

The daughter library, protected by the Serapeum, subsisted up to the 4th century as long as paganism survived. But when Christianity became the one and only religion acknowledged throughout the empire, Emperor Theodosius I in his zeal to wipe out all vestiges of paganism issued a decree in 391 sanctioning the demolition of temples in Alexandria. Empowered by the imperial decree, Theophilus, bishop of Alexandria, led an attack on the Serapeum, and he himself gave the first blow to the cult statue of Serapis. His frenzied followers ran amok in the temple, destroying and plundering. When the destruction was complete, Theophilus ordered a church to be built on the site.

Who created Rome 325 created Tammuz 622?

Islam is a religion that originated in Mecca around 610 CE, when the Prophet Muhammad first saw the Angel Jibril and shared the words of Allah.4 Although its roots go back further, scholars typically date the creation of Islam to the 7th century, making it the youngest of the major world religions.15 Islam spread throughout areas in Europe, Africa, and Asia.3 Muslim rule expanded outside Arabia under the Rashidun Caliphate and the subsequent Umayyad Caliphate ruled from the Iberian Peninsula to the Indus Valley.2 The strong attachment to the tenets of the Qurnic revelation and the conspicuous socioeconomic content of Islamic religious practices cemented this bond of faith. In 622 CE, when the Prophet migrated to Medina, his preaching was soon accepted, and the community-state of Islam emerged.

Blindly, many sects of Rome fought each other in 325, not knowing they were part of the same beast system. Prior to Rome 325, “Christianity” was a sect of Judaism and was not called “Christianity,” but something different. I haven’t found the exact name yet, but I suspect it might have been something similar to “Yeshuim” or perhaps “Paulines.” I am digging deeper into this in the hopes of exposing the cloak that has been placed over the eyes of many who have been deceived by the curse of generational idolatry.

Let’s put this long intro all together…

Egypt, Rome 325, Tammuz 622, Luciferian Fallen Angel Worship: …. same bird same feathers:

Luciferianism is a belief system that venerates the essential characteristics that are affixed to Lucifer, the name of various mythological and religious figures associated with the planet Venus. The tradition usually reveres Lucifer not as the devil, but as a destroyer, a guardian, liberator,[1] light bringer or guiding spirit to darkness,[2] or even the true god.[1]

Lucifer as a literary and religious character

Main article: Lucifer

The word Lucifer is taken from the Latin Vulgate,[3] which translates הֵילֵל as lucifer,[4][5] even though the Biblical Hebrew word הֵילֵל, which occurs only once in the Hebrew Bible,[6] has been transliterated as hêlêl,[6] or heylel. The Septuagint renders הֵילֵל in Greek as ἑωσφόρος[7][8][9] (heōsphoros),[10][11][12] a name, literally “bringer of dawn”, for the morning star.[13] Later Christian tradition came to use the Latin word for “morning star”, lucifer, as a proper name (“Lucifer”) for the Devil; as he was before his fall.[14] As a result, Lucifer has become a by-word for Satan or the Devil in the church and in popular literature”,[3] as in Dante Alighieri‘s InfernoJoost van den Vondel‘s Lucifer and John Milton‘s Paradise Lost.[12] However, the Latin word never came to be used almost exclusively, as in English, in this way, and was applied to others also, including Jesus.[15] The image of a morning star fallen from the sky is generally believed among scholars to have a parallel in Canaanite mythology.[16]

According to both Christian[17] and Jewish exegesis, in Chapter 14 of the Book of Isaiah, the King of Babylon (Nebuchadnezzar II), conqueror of Jerusalem, is condemned in a prophetic vision by the prophet Isaiah and is called the “Morning Star” (planet Venus).[18][19] The Hebrew text in this chapter says, הֵילֵל בֶּן-שָׁחַר (Helel ben Shachar, “shining one, son of dawn”).[19] Helel ben Shahar may refer to the Morning Star, but the text in Isaiah 14 gives no indication that Helel was a star or planet.[20][21]

Common beliefs

Though associated with Satanism, a philosophy based on the Christian interpretation of the fallen angel, Luciferianism differs in that it does not revere merely the devil figure or Satan but the broader figure of Lucifer, an entity representing various interpretations of “the morning star” as understood by ancient cultures such as the Greeks and Egyptians.[22] In this context, Lucifer is a symbol of enlightenment,[23] independence, and human progression and is often used interchangeably with similar figures from ancient beliefs, such as the Greek titan Prometheus or the Jewish Talmudic figure Lilith.

For Luciferians, enlightenment is the ultimate goal. The basic Luciferian principles highlight truth and freedom of will, worshipping the inner self and one’s ultimate potential, and to encourage and celebrate the same within all. Traditional dogma is shunned as a basis for morality on the grounds that humans should not need deities or fear of eternal punishment to distinguish right from wrong and to do good. All ideas should be tested before being accepted, and even then, one should remain skeptical because knowledge and understanding are fluid. Regardless of whether Lucifer is conceived of as a deity or as a mere archetype, his presentation within Luciferianism is a representation of ultimate knowledge and exploration as well as humanity’s savior and a champion for continuing personal growth.

Theistic Luciferians believe in Lucifer as an actual deity. However, Lucifer is not worshipped as the Abrahamic God, but is revered and followed as a teacher and friend. Most Theistic Luciferians are followers of the left-hand path and may adhere to different dogmata put forth by organizations such as the Neo-Luciferian Church or other congregations which are heavily focused on ceremonial magic, the occult, and literal interpretations of spiritual stories and figures. Many modern-day pagans also believe that Lucifer and many other demons were originally gods of ancient civilizations that were demonized by the Abrahamic religions.

hence the title……

Rome 325….”Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.”


Matthew 13:14-38, those who have eyes but refuse to see and ears but don’t listen can turn back to —- and be healed


Tammuz 622 We had given them ears and eyes and hearts. But nothing availed them neither their ears, nor their eyes, nor their hearts, for they denied the Signs of —–. Then what they had mocked at encompassed them.

Same bird same feathers

Luciferian Fallen Angel Worship.

Let’s continue on..

What to expect this Bible Study. We have not returned to a full schedule, but I would like to ease into Season 6…..therefore we will be calling this part of the Season 5.5… hahahahahaha!It will not be a full schedule, but at least we have the warm up, because summer isn’t hot enough… right?!?!

But, once we get rockin and rollin……

We will continue to increase in our intro Hebrew vocabulary, intro Hebrew terminology, Tanakh (the actual …. Jewish Bible.. that means no “new testament”) introduction, and Torah Spiritual Teaching.(Moving on to the Bible Study section)

 Blessings of the Torah:

Why Blessings of the Torah?: Before we begin the Study of the Torah a Blessing is done. In saying the Blessing we are for filling a mitzvah and Blessing HaShem, of Glory and Truth’s beautiful Torah.  

A Mitzvah is defined basically as:

  1. A commandment of the Jewish law.
  2. The fulfillment of such a commandment.
  3. A worthy deed.

 I, say these Blessings every morning during my morning prayers. And, to ensure I am not leading others into to improper practices, I want to ensure I repeat the Blessings of HaShem, Our Merciful Father’s Torah just incase others may not have yet had a chance today.

Blessing of the Torah:
Blessed are You, HaShem our God, King of the Universe, Who sanctified us with His commandments and commanded us to be engrossed in the words of Torah.
HaShem our God, please make the words of Your Torah pleasant in our mouths and in the mouths of Your people Israel. And may we and our descendants [and the descendants of our descendants] and the descendants of Your people the House of Israel, all know Your Name and be students of Your Torah for its own sake.
Blessed are You, HaShem Who teaches Torah to His people, Israel.
Blessed are You, HaShem our God, King of the Universe Who chose us from among all the peoples and gave us His Torah. Blessed are You, HaShem, Giver of the Torah!

Blessing before the reading of the Torah:
Bor’chu es ado-noy ha-m’voroch.
Bless the L-rd who is blessed.
Congregation and Oleh say:
Boruch ado-noy ha-m’voroch l’olom vo-ed.
Blessed be the L-rd who is blessed for all eternity.
Oleh continues:
Boruch atoh ado-noy elo-haynu melech ho-olom, asher bochar bonu mikol ha-amim, v’nosan lonu es toroso. Boruch atoh ado-noy, nosayn ha-toroh.
Blessed are You, L-rd our G‑d, King of the universe, who has chosen us from among all the nations and given us His Torah. Blessed are You L-rd, who gives the Torah.

Let us begin with today’s lesson!

1. Portion on Portion of Bible Study

can be found by double clicking this hyper link which began at after this post upload video.

2. Biblical Text Portion of Bible Study.

This Bible Study I have continued to use 

Deuteronomy 31 version of text is from, The Koren Jerusalem Bible

The version is hyperlinked for those who are interested in reading further on their own directly from the website or purchasing their own hard copy.

Portion of a Portion: Devarim ch 32:1-6


Give ear, O heavens, and I will speak; and hear, O earth, the words of my mouth.
My doctrine shall drop as the rain, my speech shall distil as the dew, as the small rain upon the tender herb, and as the showers upon the grass:
because I will call on the name of the Lord: ascribe greatness to our God.
He is the Rock, his work is perfect: for all his ways are justice: a God of truth and without iniquity, just and right is he.
Not his the corruption, but the blemish of his sons: they are a perverse and crooked generation.
Do you thus requite the Lord, O foolish people and unwise? is not he thy father that bought thee? has he not made thee, and established thee?


In Devarim ch 30:17-20 we read:

“But if thy heart turn away, so that thou wilt not hear, but shalt be drawn away, and worship other gods, and serve them;

I announce to you this day, that you shall surely perish, and that you shall not prolong your days upon the land, whither thou passest over the Yarden to go to possess it.

I call heaven and earth to witness this day against you, that I have set before thee life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live:

that thou mayst love the Lord thy God, and that thou mayst obey his voice, and that thou mayst cleave to him: for he is thy life, and the length of thy days: that thou mayst dwell in the land which the Lord swore to thy fathers, to Avraham, to Yiżĥaq, and to Ya῾aqov, to give them.”

Moses our Blessed teacher May Peace Be upon Him, is once again calling Heaven. and earth to be witness and accusers if Israel turns away from the Only Living G-d. And Almighty G-d being justice and fair (Proverbs 11:31 “If the righteous on earth get their deserts, How much more the wicked man and the sinner.”) will ensure justice is true and balanced according to His word and covenant with all HIs creations.

“He is the Rock, his work is perfect: for all his ways are justice: a God of truth and without iniquity, just and right is he.”

verse 4

Hashem, The Blessed Holy One, is Truth, therefore G-d will never lie; this He can never do. Many are surprised when their belief that G-d will bend His own rules or laws just for them proves false. Many suppose that because they are of a certain class, or name, or educational level, they have the right and privilege to trample others simply because God blessed them in this life with earthly greatness. Those individuals or collectives (more like mobsters, or “meangirls”) fail to realize that G-d gave them an advantage, a leg up, a certain position in order to make His name grand throughout the lands, not to enrich their ego or bank accounts. No, but G-d gives everyone in every lifetime an opportunity to prove oneself worthy of being a leader, so to speak, and His grand servant in the world to come. In fact, many Sages of blessed memory believe that it is the so-called or thought lowly ones of this world that will actually be the true tzadikim (tsadiˈkim צדיקים‎ ṣadīqīm) is a title in Judaism given to people considered righteous, such as biblical figures and later spiritual masters), ruling in the world to come.

Those who have knowledge and education in the ways of Torah and yet reject Hashem in all Hashem’s beautiful righteous ways are considered the most wicked. Those who reject Torah after knowing Torah are the cause of worldly pain and suffering.

Portion of a Portion: Devarim ch 32:7-12

Remember the days of old consider the years of many generations: ask thy father, and he will recount it to thee; thy elders, and they will tell thee.
When the most High divided to the nations their inheritance, when he separated the sons of Adam, he set the bounds of the people according to the number of the children of Yisra᾽el.
For the Lord’s portion is his people; Ya῾aqov is the lot of his inheritance.
He found him in a desert land, and in the waste howling wilderness; he led him about, he instructed him, he kept him as the apple of his eye.
As an eagle stirs up her nest, broods over her young, spreads abroad her wings takes them, bears them on her pinions:
so the Lord alone did lead him, and there was no strange god with him.


G-d, uses two species of animal to describe himself and His love for His people and People who love Him; an eagle and a lion. In this Bible Study we will look at ….

An eagle:

Eagle, any of many large, heavy-beaked, big-footed birds of prey belonging to the family Accipitridae (order Accipitriformes). In general, an eagle is any bird of prey more powerful than a buteo. An eagle may resemble a vulture in build and flight characteristics but has a fully feathered (often crested) head and strong feet equipped with great curved talons. A further difference is in foraging habits: eagles subsist mainly on live prey. They are too ponderous for effective aerial pursuit but try to surprise and overwhelm their prey on the ground. Like owls, many decapitate their kills. Because of their strength, eagles have been a symbol of war and imperial power since Babylonian times. Their likeness is found on Greek and Roman ruins, coins, and medals.

Eagles are monogamous. They mate for life and use the same nest each year. They tend to nest in inaccessible places, incubating a small clutch of eggs for six to eight weeks. The young mature slowly, reaching adult plumage in the third or fourth year.

Portion of a Portion: Devarim ch 32:13-18

He made him ride on the high places of the earth, and he ate the produce of the fields; and he made him suck honey out of the rock, and oil out of the flinty rock;
butter of kine, and milk of sheep, with fat of lambs, and rams of the breed of Bashan, and goats, with the fat of kidneys of wheat; and thou didst drink wine of the pure blood of the grape.
But Yeshurun grew fat, and kicked: thou art grown fat, thou art become thick, thou art covered with fatness; then he forsook God who made him, and lightly esteemed the Rock of his salvation.
They provoked him to jealousy with strange gods, with abominations they provoked him to anger.
They sacrificed to powerless spirits; to gods whom they knew not, to new gods that came newly up, whom your fathers feared not.
Of the Rock that begot thee thou art unmindful, and hast forgotten God that formed thee.

Portion of a Portion: Devarim ch 32:19-28

And when the Lord saw it, he abhorred them, because of the provocation of his sons, and of his daughters.
And he said, I will hide my face from them, I will see what their end shall be: for they are a very perverse generation, children in whom is no faith.
They have moved me to jealousy with a no god; they have provoked me to anger with their vanities: and I will move them to jealousy with a no people; I will provoke them to anger with a vile nation.
For a fire is kindled in my anger, and shall burn to the nethermost parts of the earth, and shall consume the earth with its produce, and set on fire the foundations of the mountains.
I will heap mischiefs upon them; I will spend my arrows on them.
They shall be sucked empty by hunger, and devoured with burning heat, and with bitter destruction: I will also send the teeth of beasts upon them, with the poison of crawling things of the dust.
The sword without, and terror within, shall destroy both the young man and the virgin, the suckling also with the man of grey hairs.
I said, I would scatter them into corners, I would make the remembrance of them to cease from among men:
were it not for the heaped up wrath of the enemy, lest their adversaries should misdeem, and lest they should say, Our hand is high, and the Lord has not done all this.
For they are a nation void of counsel, neither is there any understanding in them.


In life, we can sometimes be our own worst enemy. Through inappropriate behavior and miseducation on proper social conduct, one could have been taught or not taught how to be a functional or productive member of society. That person later in life as an adult tends to lean on old wounds as excuses as to why they cannot succeed in life. I ask this: if the persons, people, situations, or climates that held you back or down earlier in life are no longer present, how can they still imprison you? How can something that happened 10 or 15 or even 20 years ago still be hindering a person? In my non-professional and non-institutionally educated opinion, I believe that the remaining factor still holding a person back from success might be their habit or addiction to pain and suffering. Or perhaps their love for victimhood overrides their desire to move beyond it and remain in a victimhood status, receiving whatever rewards victims receive. Or perhaps that person simply does not know how to move forward in life because they don’t know how to reach out, look around, or know who to trust. It could be a ton of possibilities.

Let’s search some of the possibilities out.

Why be spoiled when you could be successful?
Here are 6 behaviors that create spoiled people (and how to avoid them):

“Spoiling doesn’t prepare your children for anything but heartache later in life.” – Laying Down the Law

1. Giving into everything.

Spoiled people have never known boundaries. Parents and friends cater to their every whim. These are the children who, with every tantrum, get exactly what they want. As adults, they have louder and more volatile tempers that implement the same behavior. “I want what I want when I want it.” Because they are used to getting what they want, they will torment anyone who doesn’t give into their demands. They border on mental illness because they can’t see reality from the delusional state of desires.

You can’t return to their childhood. You can, however, establish boundaries of what you will tolerate. The word “No” can anger these individuals. But, being consistent in your pursuit to help them recognize their behavior is important (and vital for their mental health). They might not stick around. If they do, know you have accomplished a beautiful task!

2. Reinforcing negative behavior.

Spoiled people trampled on anyone who gets in their way. They take what they want. They have zero concept that the world doesn’t revolve around them. They’ll make their way into an office and step on anything that prevents them from moving up the ladder of success. They will also use people and relationships quickly and then dump them without a single ounce of regret.

In order to disarm their behavior, you must use positive forces. For every negative action, you will need to establish several positive ones. So if you have witnessed the selfish behavior of someone who has been nasty to another to get what they want, you may want to let them know that the behavior can (and will be) returned in the same manner. Nothing upsets the spoiled person more than believing they will get punished. They don’t know what it is like to set limitations.

3. Picking fights.

A spoiled person will create drama to get attention. They will pick fights to deviate from what they want and then stab you from behind. It’s manipulation at its finest. They’ll devalue your opinion and turn around and utilize it for themselves. They truly don’t care how they get what they are after. They are determined to get it to all cost.

Pick your fights wisely. Not every argument needs to become a battle of wits to feed the ego. You stand your ground. Keep your boundaries. The spoiled person will soon forget what you were trying to accomplish. They are off on their next tantrum.

4. Destroying your image through manipulation.

People who are spoiled are narcissistic. They will manipulate through abuse, degrading, and control. They’ll make you feel horrible for not participating in the things that they want. They feed off your weaknesses or insecurities to get you to do things for them. These people don’t care how they hurt you as long as they get what they are after.

A spoiled person doesn’t accept that they have any weaknesses. It’s not about pinpointing those insecurities to them, but about turning the tables so they can see that things hurt when you are vicious. They have their weaknesses. Stay humble and use humility as your armor when dealing with these master manipulators. Stand your ground. Show them forgiveness but also discipline. Do not let them abuse you with their anger.

5. Rewarding poor actions.

Spoiled people brag about how they got that new job or the new girlfriend. They will create these stories with Oscar-winning talent. They want the attention even though it’s toxic. Rewarding poor actions and behavior encourages the self-centered and spoiled person to continue doing these things. It’s permitting them to get what they want regardless of the consequences.

Create incentives for good behavior. As a parent does with a child, you must reward positive actions. Become a positive role model in this person’s life. You don’t need to brag about your actions, but allow them to witness compassion, goodwill, and empathy through your examples. Let them know that receiving is just as beautiful as giving.

6. Lack of consideration.

Spoiled people have no consideration for the feelings of others. They are aggressive in behavior. They will bulldoze over anything to get attention. Their actions are sneaky and premeditated. These folks plot and scheme to con anyone into doing anything. The famous Cuban poet Jose Marti said, “A selfish man is a thief.” He will steal your heart, your money and your livelihood if you let them.

We have been taught to satisfy our needs however we can. The spoiled person takes it on a completely different level. You do not have to satisfy their needs. You don’t have to participate in everything they want. Once again, boundaries are important. Show this person love. Most spoiled people are missing structure in their lives. They didn’t have set rules growing up. Everything was supplied to them. Now as adults, they don’t understand why the world has to be so structured.

Spoiled, selfish people are everywhere. You can deal with them in a healthy manner that won’t suck you into their drama. You don’t have to entertain them and give into everything. Instead, you can use your awareness and knowledge to teach them little by little what it is to be a functional adult with healthy behaviors.

What might help?

24 Character traits… searching to find ones strength?

Portion of a Portion: Devarim ch 32:29-39

O that they were wise, that they understood this, that they would consider their latter end!
How should one man chase a thousand, and two put ten thousand to flight, unless their Rock had sold them, and the Lord had shut them up?
For their rock is not as our Rock, even our enemies themselves being judges.
For their vine is of the vine of Sedom, and of the fields of ῾Amora: their grapes are grapes of gall, their clusters are bitter:
their wine is the fierceness of crocodiles, and the cruel venom of asps.
Is not this laid up in store with me, and sealed up among my treasures?
To me belongs vengeance, and recompense, when their foot slides: for the day of their calamity is at hand, and the things that shall come upon them make haste.
For the Lord shall judge his people, and repent himself for his servants, when he sees that their power is gone, and there is none shut up, or left.
And he shall say, Where are their gods, their rock in whom they trusted,
those that did eat the fat of their sacrifices, and drank the wine of their drink offerings? let them rise up and help you, and be your protection.
See now that I, even I, am he, and there is no god with me: I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I heal: neither is there any that can deliver out of my hand.


Some versions interpret Amora as Gomorrah. Therefore, verse 32 would read “vineyard of Sodom” instead of “vineyard of Sodom” and “field of Gomorrah” instead of “field of Gomorrah.” This implies that sexual perversion and occult practices, such as sorcery and witchcraft, were prevalent in this cursed area of the world and wicked societies.

Many individuals appear to be annoyed or even angry with me when I say that G-d makes everything positive or negative happen according to a persons willful acts and ignorant deeds or support. I am surprised by this because it is clearly stated right here:

See now that I, even I, am he, and there is no god with me: I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I heal: neither is there any that can deliver out of my hand.

verse 39

Maybe, sometimes, I have too much of a military mindset. Maybe, too often, I approach situations—especially the commandments or guidance of HaShem through His Prophet Moses—as if I better listen to them as much as possible because if not, x, y, and z might happen.

I admit I am not perfect, but I do try and try and try to serve HaShem and Torah and live an authentic G-dly life.


I have seen and experienced the beauty of G-d’s love. I have felt the warmth of the security of Torah. I have been able to savor the pleasant taste of the Holy Language of Hebrew.

How could I ever turn back to false idolarty or evil ways?

How could I ever deny these days of the reconstruction of my soul?

How could I ever… not love my G-d as He has loved me?

Somethings, I just don’t have it in me, and this is one of them.

And so, we close with this…

I pray that others, after learning and studying Torah, never turn away from the love of HaShem. No matter how different, difficult, or painful. Cleave to HaShem, seek Him, find Him, chase up down and where ever you go through your days. Cleave to Torah; can’t read Hebrew…. learn it!. Ache for the words that are sung at the Synagogue. Yearn for the song of a cantor singing the beautiful history of the Holy One and His beloved ones who chose Him and He chose them.


all the World…

HaShem is G-d


there is no other!

Portion of a Portion: Devarim ch 32:40-52

For I lift up my hand to heaven, and say, I live for ever.
If I whet my glittering sword, and my hand take hold on judgment; I will render vengeance to my enemies, and will reward those who hate me.
I will make my arrows drunk with blood, and my sword shall devour flesh; with the blood of the slain and of the captives; with the head of the wild bands of the enemy.
Rejoice, O nations, with his people: for he will avenge the blood of his servants, and will render vengeance to his adversaries and will forgive his land, and his people.

And Moshe came and spoke all the words of this poem in the ears of the people, he, and Hoshea the son of Nun.
And Moshe made an end of speaking all these words to all Yisra᾽el:

and he said to them, Set your hearts to all the words which I testify among you this day, which you shall command your children to observe to do, all the words of this Tora.
For it is not a vain thing for you; because it is your life: and through this word you shall prolong your days in the land, into which you go over the Yarden to possess it.

And the Lord spoke to Moshe that same day, saying,
Go up into this mount ῾Avarim, to mount Nevo, which is in the land of Mo᾽av, that is facing Yereĥo; and behold the land of Kena῾an, which I give to the children of Yisra᾽el for a possession:
and die in the mount into which thou goest up, and be gathered to thy people; as Aharon thy brother died in mount Hor, and was gathered to his people:
because you transgressed against me among the children of Yisra᾽el at the waters of Merivat-qadesh, in the wilderness of Żin; because you sanctified me not in the midst of the children of Yisra᾽el.
Yet thou shalt see the land before thee; but thou shalt not go there into the land which I give to the children of Yisra᾽el.


Looking Towards The Future: Part I
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Amen and Amen … #thankyouHaShem
Congratulations! you have made through another Bible Study!

Sounds some Praise and Joy to Our Father who is in Heaven!
Glory to the One and Only Living G-D… HaShem!

I pray that everyone, everywhere, repents and returns to the only one who can save HaShem!The True and Only Living G-d!

Receive Torah ….be back in the covenant of G-d. Be at the Har Sinai say yes and be saved…….. the choice is yours.

Amen and Amen

Say it again for the people in the back!

OAmein and OAmein

Blessings after reading the Torah.
Boruch atoh ado-noy elo-haynu melech ho-olom, asher nosan lonu toras emes, v’cha-yay olom nota b’sochaynu. Boruch atoh ado-noy , nosayn ha-toroh.
Blessed are You, L-rd our G-D, King of the universe, who has given us the Torah of truth and planted eternal life within us. Blessed are You L-rd, who gives the Torah.


Biblical portion of Bible Study complete.

friendly reminder: 

Hoshea (Hosea) Chapter 14

2Return, O Israel, to the Lord your God, for you have stumbled in your iniquity.
3Take words with yourselves and return to the Lord. Say, “You shall forgive all iniquity and teach us [the] good [way], and let us render [for] bulls [the offering of] our lips.
4Assyria shall not save us; we will not ride on horses, nor will we say any longer, our gods, to the work of our hands, for in You, by Whom the orphan is granted mercy.”
5I will remedy their backsliding; I will love them freely, for My wrath has turned away from them.
6I will be like dew to Israel, they shall blossom like a rose, and it shall strike its roots like the Lebanon.
7Its branches shall go forth, and its beauty shall be like the olive tree, and its fragrance like the Lebanon.
8Those who dwelt in its shade shall return; they shall revive [like] corn and blossom like the vine; its fragrance shall be like the wine of Lebanon.
9Ephraim; What more do I need the images? I will answer him and I will look upon him: I am like a leafy cypress tree; from Me your fruit is found.
10Who is wise and will understand these, discerning and will know them; for the ways of the Lord are straight, and the righteous shall walk in them, and the rebellious shall stumble on them.

Michah (Micah) Chapter 7

18Who is a God like You, Who forgives iniquity and passes over the transgression of the remnant of His heritage? He does not maintain His anger forever, for He desires loving-kindness.
19He shall return and grant us compassion; He shall hide our iniquities, and You shall cast into the depths of the sea all their sins.
20You shall give the truth of Jacob, the loving-kindness of Abraham, which You swore to our forefathers from days of yore.

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Today’s Bible Study is Complete.

Thank you Merciful HaShem, for allowing us to meet this day.(closing comment, Blessings After Reading The Torah,  and  Priestly Blessing and all sources are hyperlinked.)

note: All sources are hyperlinked to allow more translatable version in POD Cast.

I Pray others got something out of this Portion, Tanakh Bible Study, and Spiritual Torah Teaching.Until next time, let us close with…..

The Priestly Blessing

And  HaShem our G-D spoke to Moses, saying: “Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying, ‘This is the way you shall bless the children of Israel. Say to them:
Yivarechecha Adonai viyishmirecha
Ya’er Adonai panav elecha veechuneka
Yeesa Adonai panav elecha viyasem lecha shalom
“The L-d bless you and keep you;
The L-d make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you;
The L-d lift up His countenance upon you,
And give you peace.” ’
“So they shall put My name on the children of Israel, and I will bless them.”
In HaShem and HaShem’s alone Mighty Glorious Name.
Forever and Ever
O’Amein and O’Amein.

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Welcome, the following is a brief review of this Bible Study.

1. This BLOG post will have the resources and sources links for the Season 6 Bible Studies. 

2. All Books used and Readings from during Live Bible Study can be found on Our Website: Marie Speaks GOD’s Grace. Live in the Bible Study Blogs portion of the website. 

3. After Live Bible Studies have completed: I will upload to Rumble and Youtube, and post link in this BLOG. How we conduct Bible Studies here:

We believe in One and Only One G-D. HaShem; The G-D of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.We do not and will not Pray in any others name or Praise any other, but HaShem. 

Exodus chapter 20: 2-14.God spoke all these words, saying:I the LORD am your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt, the house of bondage:You shall have no other gods besides Me.You shall not make for yourself a sculptured image, or any likeness of what is in the heavens above, or on the earth below, or in the waters under the earth.You shall not bow down to them or serve them. For I the LORD your God am an impassioned God, visiting the guilt of the parents upon the children, upon the third and upon the fourth generations of those who reject Me, but showing kindness to the thousandth generation of those who love Me and keep My commandments.

We believe G-D has called each of us to search matters out. (It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, And the glory of a king to plumb a matter.Like the heavens in their height, like the earth in its depth, Is the mind of kings—unfathomable. Proverbs 25:2 -3) 

This is one reason why here at Marie Speaks G-D’s Grace Bible Study, we review several historical references and resources, of which we provide links and or screen shots for others to study at their leisure.We have been directed by G-D Wonderful and Almighty, to go Book by Book, Verse by Verse; sharing HIS Torah and Tanakh.We believe as directed by G-D Our Heavenly Father, learning and growing in Torah and Tanakh leads to understanding and wisdom; this shall only be achieved in reading, studying, and sharing HIS Word for ourselves; not relying on man. 

Learning, growing, and studying with OUR L-D is to be done with others that are like minded, but more so during our personal time.

The BLOGs are written to assist those just beginning to study the BIBLE as a starting point. The Live or recorded Bible Studies are to cover and release opportunities and guidance, but ultimately is ones own personal responsibility to rule, govern, and be purposeful in their relationship with G-D.

Proverbs 22: 4 thru 6The effect of humility is fear of the LORD, Wealth, honor, and life.Thorns and snares are in the path of the crooked; He who values his life will keep far from them.Train a lad in the way he ought to go; He will not swerve from it even in old age.

Ezekiel 18: 20 thru 22The person who sins, he alone shall die. A child shall not share the burden of a parent’s guilt, nor shall a parent share the burden of a child’s guilt; the righteousness of the righteous shall be accounted to him alone, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be accounted to him alone.Moreover, if the wicked one repents of all the sins that he committed and keeps all My laws and does what is just and right, he shall live; he shall not die.None of the transgressions he committed shall be remembered against him; because of the righteousness he has practiced, he shall live. Is it my desire that a wicked person shall die?—says the L-d G-D. It is rather that he shall turn back from his ways and live.

May HaShem, Blessed be He, continue to Bless us all and may we all be forever written in the Book of Life. O’Amein and O’AmeinA little about me: I love HaShem, TORAH, and Tanakh!!!!! I am not perfect!!!!

If we meet: We talking about Torah, drinking tea or coffee, and what books are out about HaShem! And maybe over some kosher pizza… maybe over some kosher steak…make over super sweet kosher cake ……. have a fun laugh about you guess it… Torah! Or on a bike, or  during a hike,  or while riding on a train in the rain as the rain falls nicely on the plain in Spain….., but either way…..We’ll be talking about TORAH!!!!

What is import to me:……..A relationship with Our Father  HaShem, Our Merciful Creator, Savior, and Wise King. Live in Torah, live with Family and community of Tribe.

My thoughts: We may not be perfect, but we study, we learn, we laugh, & we grow; we try try and have the courage to try again.

My goals: To learn, and grow, and share Love of Torah in HaShem with others who are willing or open to hearing. HaShem is my refuge, my strength, my confidant, and my true resting place.I have been using the account and Rumble (Live Bible Study video Post: Rumble  )as main accounts.

Lastly, NEVER LOSE FAITH, Hope, and have Courage!!!!Let’s continue to Fear and Love HaShem like a משיח and Pray.

PRAY FOR OUR NATION, enemies, fellows, and many lost Sons and Daughters of Torah to return to HaShem, Blessed be He, for ever and ever Amen.  HaShem is with me … I shall not be afraid!!!!!

Blessings and Prayers.with Love truly,Marie

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Welcome the following is a brief review of this Bible Study. 1. This BLOG post will have the resources and sources links for the Season 5 Bible Studies . 2. All Books used and Readings from during Live Bible Study can be found on Our Website: Marie Speaks GOD’s Grace. Live in the Season 5 portion of the website. 3. After Live Bible Studies have completed: I will upload to Rumble, and post link in this BLOG. How we conduct Bible Studies here: We believe G-D has called each of us to search matters out. (It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, And the glory of a king to plumb a matter. Like the heavens in their height, like the earth in its depth, Is the mind of kings—unfathomable.. Proverbs 25:2 -3) This is one reason why here at Marie Speaks G-D’s Grace Bible Study, we review several historical references and resources, of which we provide links and or screen shots for others to study at their leisure. We have been directed by G-D Wonderful and Almighty, to go Book by Book, Verse by Verse; sharing HIS Torah and Tanakh. We believe as directed by G-D Our Heavenly Father, learning and growing in Torah and Tanakh leads to understanding and wisdom; this shall only be achieved in reading, studying, and sharing HIS Word for ourselves; not relying on man. Learning, growing, and studying with OUR L-D is to be done with others that are like minded, but more so during our personal time. The BLOGs are written to assist those just beginning to study the BIBLE as a starting point. The Live or recorded Bible Studies are to cover and release opportunities and guidance, but ultimately is ones own personal responsibility to rule, govern, and be purposeful in their relationship with G-D. Proverbs 22: 4 thru 6 The effect of humility is fear of the LORD, Wealth, honor, and life. Thorns and snares are in the path of the crooked; He who values his life will keep far from them. Train a lad in the way he ought to go; He will not swerve from it even in old age. Ezekiel 18:20thru 22 The person who sins, he alone shall die. A child shall not share the burden of a parent’s guilt, nor shall a parent share the burden of a child’s guilt; the righteousness of the righteous shall be accounted to him alone, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be accounted to him alone. Moreover, if the wicked one repents of all the sins that he committed and keeps all My laws and does what is just and right, he shall live; he shall not die. None of the transgressions he committed shall be remembered against him; because of the righteousness he has practiced, he shall live. Is it my desire that a wicked person shall die?—says the L-d G-D. It is rather that he shall turn back from his ways and live. May HaShem, Blessed be He continue to Bless us all and may we all be forever written in the Book of Life. O'Amein and O'Amein Let US Begin!!!!

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