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Torah Portion for October 19-25, 2014

THIS WEEK’S TORAH PORTION:  From ancient times there has been a weekly portion (Parashah) from the first five books of Moses (The Torah) and an ending (Haftarah) from the Prophets read on the Sabbath in synagogues around the world.  This portion is given a Hebrew name drawn from the opening words of the Torah passage. An illustration of this practice appears to have been recorded in Luke 4:16 where Yeshua…

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Torah Portion for October 12-18, 2014

THIS WEEK’S TORAH PORTION:  From ancient times there has been a weekly portion (Parashah) from the first five books of Moses (The Torah) and an ending (Haftarah) from the Prophets read on the Sabbath in synagogues around the world.  This portion is given a Hebrew name drawn from the opening words of the Torah passage. An illustration of this practice appears to have been recorded in Luke 4:16 where Yeshua…

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Torah Portion for October 5-11, 2014

This Week’s Torah Portion: From ancient times there has been a weekly portion (Parashah) from the first five books of Moses (The Torah) and an ending (Haftarah) from the Prophets read on the Sabbath in synagogues around the world.  This portion is given a Hebrew name drawn from the opening words of the Torah passage. An illustration of this practice appears to have been recorded in Luke 4:16 where Yeshua…

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Torah Portion for September 28-October 4, 2014

Torah Portion for this Week….   YOM KIPPUR Friday evening October 3rd at sundown begins Yom Kippur—“The Day of Atonement” during which the following Torah and Haftarah portions will be read: Torah: Leviticus 16:1-34 Numbers 29:7-11 Haftarah: Isaiah 57:14—58:14  Saturday afternoon: Book of Jonah   TORAH At this time, the entire public Jewish sector of Israel essentially closes down. Leviticus 16:31 and 23:26-32 solemnly command Jews to deny themselves and…

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Torah Portion for September 14-20, 2014

THIS WEEK’S PARASHAH (portion): From ancient times there has been a weekly portion (Parashah) from the first five books of Moses (The Torah) and an ending (Haftarah) from the Prophets read on the Sabbath in synagogues around the world.  This portion is given a Hebrew name drawn from the opening words of the Torah passage. An illustration of this practice appears to have been recorded in Luke 4:16 where Yeshua…

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Torah Portion for September 7-13, 2014

THIS WEEK’S PARASHAH (portion): From ancient times there has been a weekly portion (Parashah) from the first five books of Moses (The Torah) and an ending (Haftarah) from the Prophets read on the Sabbath in synagogues around the world.  This portion is given a Hebrew name drawn from the opening words of the Torah passage. An illustration of this practice appears to have been recorded in Luke 4:16 where Yeshua…

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Torah Portion for August 31-September 6, 2014

THIS WEEK’S PARASHAH (portion): From ancient times there has been a weekly portion (Parashah) from the first five books of Moses (The Torah) and an ending (Haftarah) from the Prophets read on the Sabbath in synagogues around the world.  This portion is given a Hebrew name drawn from the opening words of the Torah passage. An illustration of this practice appears to have been recorded in Luke 4:16 where Yeshua (Jesus) arrived in the synagogue in Nazareth and was asked to read the portion (Isaiah 61) from the Prophets.  We have found that in perusing these weekly readings, not only are we provided opportunity to identify in the context of God’s Word with millions of Jewish people around the world, but very often the Holy Spirit will illumine specific passages…

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Torah Portion for August 24-30, 2014

THIS WEEK’S PARASHA (Torah Portion): From ancient times there has been a weekly portion (Parasha) from the first five books of Moses (The Torah) and an ending (Haftarah) from the Prophets read on the Sabbath in synagogues around the world.  This portion is given a Hebrew name drawn from the opening words of the Torah passage. An illustration of this practice appears to have been recorded in Luke 4:16 where Yeshua (Jesus) arrived in the synagogue in Nazareth and was asked to read the portion (Isaiah 61) from the Prophets.  We have found that in perusing these weekly readings, not only are we provided opportunity to identify in the context of God’s Word with millions of Jewish people around the world, but very often the Holy Spirit will illumine specific…

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