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November 11, 2017    

 Hayyei-Sarah  (Sarah's Life)


Torah Reading....................... Genesis 23:1-25:18


Haftorah Reading.................  1 Kings 1:1-31


Brit Chadashah Reading....., Matthew 8:19-22; 27:3-10; 

                                             Luke 9:57-62; 1 Peter 3:1-7


Proverbs Reading.................. Proverbs 31:10-31


SARAH TEACHES US the blessing of the fullness of life, the ripening of beauty. We learn that the time of greatest loss is also the time of most abundant harvest. Even as our heart breaks in mourning, we receive (through that very-same broken heart) the legacy of our loved one, and we seek a way to secure that legacy, to plant it within us like a seed.

The blessing that comes of loss is hidden for us to find along the journey of our mourning. We are sent to our depths, to the cave of our ancestors. With courage we can walk into that cave, through the opening of our own broken heart, to where Adam Kadmon — the primordial man and woman — lies waiting surrounded by the fragrance of Eden. When we breathe in that fragrance, we come back to ourselves in an ancient memory of who we truly are.





Parasha: Vayera:  And He Appeared


TORAH PORTION:   Genesis 18:1–22:24


HAFTARAH:  2 Kings 4:1–37; BRIT CHADASHAH: Hebrews 11:1–40


“The ETERNAL appeared [vayera] to Abraham near the great trees of Mamre while he was sitting at the entrance to his tent in the heat of the day.”  (Genesis 18:1)


In last week’s Parasha, Lech Lecha, God sealed His Covenant with Abram (whose name was later changed to Abraham.  That covenant promised the Land to his descendants as an eternal heritage.


This week’s Parasha contains more angelic activity than any of the other parashot.  

Angels appear to Abraham as men, bringing messages to him and Sarah of future events to come.  They also save Lot from a hostile mob, lead Hagar to water for her son, and comfort her with the promise of Ishmael becoming a great nation. Later in the parasha, the angels also prevent Abraham from sacrificing his son, Isaac. This week’s Parasha is entitled vayera (וירא), which means appeared.  It is called that because Abraham receives three mysterious guests in the plains of Mamre in Hebron.


HAFTARAH:   II KINGS  4: 1–37

The story of the Miracle Birth of a Child is retold when Elisha meets the Shulamite woman and spoke life into her womb.  Because of her great faith, this woman had her son and even when it appeared he had died, her faith in the Prophet of Yahuah restored her Promised Child to LIFE.  HalleluYAH!


BRIT CHADASHAH:  HEBREWS 11: 1- 40 



OCTOBER 28, 2017 TORAH PORTION IS:  

LECHA LECHA (GO FORTH)!


TORAH READING:                Genesis 12:1 - 17:27


HAFTARAH:                           Isaiah 40:27 - 41:16


BRIT CHADASHAH:                Matthew 1:1-17; Acts 7:1-8






OCTOBER 21, 2017 TORAH PORTION IS:

NOACH   "TO COMFORT" 
Noach is the Hebrew for the name "Noah", the third word, and first distinctive word, of the parashah) is the second weekly Torah portion(פָּרָשָׁה‎, parashah) in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading.

TORAH : GENESIS 6:9-11:32
 PROPHETS : ISAIAH 66:1-24
GOSPEL : LUKE 1:5-80



OCTOBER 14, 2017 TODAY'S TORAH PORTION IS:


B'RESHEET (IN THE BEGINNING)


Our Elder Moshe (Chukwudi Nwangwu) will follow the traditional Jewish Torah Cycle Reading beginning today,  October 14, 2017 unless the Holy Spirit leads him to share a different teaching during these End Times Days. May all of our Brethren also know that the Trumpets are sounding for the ingathering of Yisrael. Therefore, as we study Scriptures each Shabbat let it be done in Spirit and in Truth.


Torah Reading:                         Genesis 1: 1– 6:8

Haftarah Reading:                    Isaiah 42: 5 – 43:11-

Brit Chadashah Reading:        John 1: 1 – 14 and Revelation 22: 6  21


READING FOR SHABBAT OCTOBER 7, 2017

17th Day of the 7th Biblical Month


TORAH READING
Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot          Exodus 33:12–34:26

HAFTARAH READING               Ezekiel 38:18–39:7 (39:16) / Ecclesiastes

Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot


NEXT SHABBAT:  Shabbat October 14, 2017


V‘zot Hab’Rachah            14 Oct 17             Deuteronomy 33:1-34:12       Joshua 1:1-18                            Revelation 21:9-22:5


BELOW ARE SABBATH READINGS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS THAT ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW

TODAYS TORAH PORTION: Korach

21 Jun 2014 23 Sivan 5774


TORAH: Numbers 16:1-18:32


PROPHETS: 1 Samuel 11:14-12:22


BESORAH: Luke 18:35-19:28


SHABBAT SHALOM TO ALL OF YISRAEL!

TODAYS TORAH PORTION: Korach

21 Jun 2014 23 Sivan 5774


TORAH: Numbers 16:1-18:32


PROPHETS: 1 Samuel 11:14-12:22


BESORAH: Luke 18:35-19:28


SHABBAT SHALOM TO ALL OF YISRAEL!

Torah Study for June 14, 2014 

"Shelach  Lecha" ~ "Sent To You"


TORAH:  Numbers 13:1-15:41



PROPHETS:  Joshua 2 :1-24



BESORAH:  Mark 10:1-45


"The Eternal One spoke to Moses, saying, "Send emissaries to scout the land of Canaan, which I am giving to the Israelite people; send one man from each of their ancestral tribes, each one a chieftain among them."
- Numbers 13:1-2
True Covenant of Yahweh Congregation of Israel



Shabbat on May 24, 2014 


Theme:  Bamidbar  “In the wilderness”


Torah Reading: Numbers 1:1-4:20

 

Haftarah: Hosea 2:1-22 


Besorah:   Luke 2:1-7


Brit Chadashah: 1 Cor 12:12-20


Torah Portion for May 17, 2014

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Bechukotai   "In My statutes"

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Torah: Leviticus 26:3-27:34

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Haftarah:  Jer 16:19-17:14

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Besorah: Luke 14:1-15:32

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Brit Chadashah:  2 Cor 6:14-18

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WHAT A GREAT BLESSING IN THIS WEEK'S PARASHAT.
Torah Portion for May 10, 2014

Parashat Behar / פרשת בהר
"ON THE MOUNT"

(Parashat Behar is the 32nd weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading.)


Torah Portion: Leviticus 25:1 - 26:2 

Haftarah: Jeremiah 32:6 - 32:27

Besorah: Luke 13:1-33/John 10:22-42

Commentary








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Torah Reading for Shabbat May 3, 2014



This week’s Parashah is called Emor—“Say! or Speak!”:


TORAHLeviticus 21:1—24:23


HAFTARAH:  Ezekiel 44:15-31  


BESORAH: Matthew 5: 1- 48.


BRIT CHADASSHA:  1 Pet. 2:4-10







Torah Portion for April 26, 2014


Kedoshim  “Holy Ones”



TORAH:                   Leviticus 19:1-20:27



 HAFTARAH:               Isaiah 66:1-24 and

                                     Ezekiel 22:1-19



BRIT CHADASHAH:      1 Pet 1:13-16 


 

Torah portion for 19 Apr 2014 19 Nisan 5774

 

Chol HaMo'ed Pesach

 

Torah Portion:  Exodus 33:12-34:26


Haftarah:  Ezekiel 37:1-14


Besorah:  John 20: 1 - 29


MAY OUR HEARTS BE PLEASING TO THE MOST HIGH AND MAY THE MOST HIGH BLESS OUR LIVES AS YOU STUDY HIS TORAH. AMEIN.




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TORAH PORTION FOR  APRIL 05, 2014 (ABIB 5, 5774)


Metzora or M'tsora (מְּצֹרָע — Hebrew for "one being diseased,"


Torah Reading: Leviticus 14:1-15:33


HafTarah: 2 Kings 7:3-20


Besorah: Luke 9:51-10:42


In the first reading (עליה, aliyah), YHWH told Moses the ritual for cleansing one with a skin disease. If the priest saw that the person had healed, the priest would order two live clean birds, cedar wood, crimson stuff, and hyssop. The priest would order one of the birds slaughtered over fresh water and would then dip the live bird, the cedar wood, the crimson stuff, and the hyssop in the blood of the slaughtered bird. The priest would then sprinkle the blood seven times on the one who was to be cleansed and then set the live bird free. The one to be cleansed would then wash his clothes, shave off his hair, bathe in water, and then be clean. On the eighth day after that, the one being cleansed was to present two male lambs, one ewe lamb, choice flour, and oil for the priest to offer.


Cleansing with hyssop... is something many may want to consider even today as there are spiritual attacks upon our families that only a biblical cleansing formula can eradicate.



VaYikra—“And He Called” - Related Brit Chadashah reading: Hebrews 10: 1- 18

For Shabbat on March 29, 2014

Tazria- "She Conceives"

TORAH

Leviticus12:1-13:59


HAFTARAH

Melechim-2st Kings4:42-5:19


BESORAH

Mattityahu 8:1-4, Luke 17:11-19; Mark 9: 13-50



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For Shabbat, March 22,  2014,


Parashat Shmini means "The Eighth"


is the 26th weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading


Torah Portion: Leviticus 9:1 - 11:47


  • Prophets: Ezekiel 45:16-46:18  
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  • Gospel: Mark 9:14-50  

  • My beloved family please take time to review last Shabbat's lesson. So sorry, I posted a day late. Late but never abandoned. Praise Abba!


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    The Torah Reading for this week:  March 15, 2014


    TZAW (COMMAD): Leviticus 6:1-8:36


    HAFTORAH:  Jeremiah 7:21-8:3 ,

    Jer 9:22-23 


    BRIT CHADASHAH:  Heb 8:1-6


    COMMENTARY:  http://www.torah.org/learning/parsha/summary/tzav.html


    This week' teachings focused on the laws regarding sacrifices  I strongly recommend, that you review last week's video before moving into this Shabbat's Parshna


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    The  Torah readings for this week  March 2-8, 2014 are called VaYikra—“And He Called”:

     

    Torah

    Leviticus 1:1—6:7

     

    This week’s reading brings us into the Book of Leviticus.  This name comes from the Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures and means “relating to the Levites”.  However, the Hebrew name VaYikra He longs to speak and commune with us.  Scould accomplish their work on behalf of the people. 


    This week’s portion pertains to five specific types of offerings (divided generally by chapters): 1. Burnt Offerings; 2. Grain Offerings; 3. Peace Offerings; 4. Sin Offerings; 5-6:7 Guilt Offerings.



    Haftarah

    Isaiah 43:21—44:23

     

    The Haftarah for the week (Isaiah 43:21—44:23) is filled with powerful passages to assist in our intercession for Israel.


    Rosh Chodesh Adar 2 (March 1)


     

    Shabbat Parashat Pekudei (Accounting of)

     פרשת פקודי


    Parashat Pekudei is the 23rd weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading

    Torah Portion: Exodus 38:21 - 40:38


    HafTorah:  1 Kings 7:51- 8:21


    Brit Chadashah:  Hebrew [2:14-18, 4:14-16, 5:1-10, 7:9-18].




       Shabbat Readings for  02/22/2014,  Adar I 22

     

      VaYachel "And He Assembled"

     

    Torah Portion:  Exodus 35:1-38:20

     

    HafTorah:  1 Kings 7: 13-26

     

    Brit Chadashah:  2 Corinthians 9: 1-15, Revelations 11:1-13

     

    CLICK HERE FOR:  THE ZOHAR COMMENTARY OF THE WEEK

     

     

    UPCOMING TORAH PORTIONS:

     

    03/01/2014, Adar I 29

    Pekudei, Accounts Of, Exodus 38:21–40:38, I Kings 7:40–8:21, Revelation 15:5–8,


    May This Coming Shabbat Bring Peace to you and your beloved family.

    Shabbat Shalom!

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    Our Shabbat Torah Portion— January 4, 2014

    "Bo" —“Come”:

     

    TORAH:  Exodus 10:1—13:16


    HAFTARAH:  Jeremiah 46:13-28

    BRIT CHADASSHA:
    Luke 2:22-24;
       Yochanan (John) 19:31-37
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    Bo (בֹּא — in Hebrew, the command form of “go,” or “come,” and the first significant word in the parashah, in Exodus 10:1) describes the first Passover, In this Torah portion, God sends the eighth and ninth plagues, locusts and darkness, but Pharaoh still refuses to free the Israelite slaves. God tells Moses that the tenth plague will be killing all the firstborn Egyptians. God commands each Israelite home to slaughter a lamb and spread the blood on their doorposts, in order to protect their firstborns. After the death of the firstborn, Pharaoh demands that the Israelites leave.


    SHABBAT SHALOM!
                        

    Our Weekly Parashot for December 28, 2013


    This week's Torah portion is Parashat Waera (And He Appeared)


    HAFTARAH READINGS: 

    Rabbinical:  Ezekiel 28:25—29:21

    Messianic: Isaiah 61:1-6

    Brit Chadasshah:

    LUKE 4:16-30

    MATTHEW 4:1- 6:6



    Shabbat  Shalom!

    Our Weekly Parashot for December 21, 2013


    Parashat: Shemot "Names"

                                                             Exodus 1:1 - 6:1


    Full Kriyah
    1. 1: 1:1-17 (17 p'sukim)
    2. 2: 1:18-2:10 (15 p'sukim)
    3. 3: 2:11-25 (15 p'sukim)
    4. 4: 3:1-15 (15 p'sukim)
    5. 5: 3:16-4:17 (24 p'sukim)
    6. 6: 4:18-31 (14 p'sukim)
    7. 7: 5:1-6:1 (24 p'sukim)
    8. maf: 5:22-6:1 (3 p'sukim


    Haftarah for Ashkenazim: Isaiah 27:6 - 28:13; 29:22 - 29:23
    Haftarah for Sephardim: Jeremiah 1:1 - 2:3
    Brit Chadashah:  Acts 7:17-35;  1 Cor. 14:18-25
     
          Our Weekly Parashot for December 14, 2013


    Parashat Vayechi  "And He Lived"

              
    1. 1: 47:28-48:9 (13 p'sukim)
    2. 2: 48:10-16 (7 p'sukim)
    3. 3: 48:17-22 (6 p'sukim)
    4. 4: 49:1-18 (18 p'sukim)
    5. 5: 49:19-26 (8 p'sukim)
    6. 6: 49:27-50:20 (27 p'sukim)
    7. 7: 50:21-26 (6 p'sukim)
    8. maf: 50:23-26 (4 p'sukim)

    Haftarah:   2 Kings 2:1 - 12

    Brit Chadashah: John 5:1-47.


    Only the WORD OF YHWH CAN BRING ABUNDANT LIFE!