Truly, all I need is you Lord. You hold the universe. You hold everyone on earth. May we grow ever closer to you, and allow our hearts to beat for You. Michael spoke about the Hebrew roots of our faith, and the lens through which we should view the Bible, before diving into Pinchas, Numbers 25:10 – 30:1. We as believers need to be people of action, and when we see sin occurring, it is our responsibility to do something about it. This Torah Portion also talked about women’s rights, and inheritances, then ended with Moses learning he would not enter the promised land. We praised God for friends interested in visiting our church, and we prayed against cancer, before Rabbi Jonathan spoke on the Parable of The Lost Sheep. We should not try to rescue everyone, rather those who know the voice of their leader. Going astray is different than running away. And we should not jeopardize the majority. And the slides are