Apr 7, 2018
Passover 7th Day
Passover 7th Day
 
Exodus 13:17-15:26
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  • Apr 7, 2018Passover 7th Day
    Apr 7, 2018
    Passover 7th Day
    Passover 7th Day
     
    Exodus 13:17-15:26
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  • Mar 31, 2018First Fruits Message – The Battle of Jericho
    Mar 31, 2018
    First Fruits Message – The Battle of Jericho
    "First Fruits Message - The Battle of Jericho" from Moedim 2018 
     
    Joshua 5
  • Mar 24, 2018Passover Reinstituted
    Mar 24, 2018
    Passover Reinstituted
    "Passover Reinstituted" from Just Torah Series by Beth Ohr Messianic.
    Released: 2018. Track 24. Genre: Podcasts.
     
    2 chronicles 28-30
  • Mar 17, 2018Vayikra – And he called
    Mar 17, 2018
    Vayikra – And he called
    Vayikra - And he called
     
    Leviticus 1:1-5:26

    The title "Leviticus" is derived from the Greek Septuagint (LXX) version of the Torah. The book of Leviticus is predominantly concerned with Levitical rituals. An older Hebrew name for the book was "The Laws of the Priesthood," but in Judaism today, it is referred to by the name Vayikra (ויקרא), which means "And He called." Vayikra is the first Hebrew word of the book, which begins by saying, "And the LORD called to Moses and spoke to him from inside the tent of meeting" (Leviticus 1:1).

    Leviticus describes the sacrificial service and the duties of the priests. It also introduces ritual purity, the biblical diet, the calendar of appointed times, laws of holiness and laws relating to redemption, vows and tithes. In addition, Leviticus discourses on ethical instruction and holiness. The twenty-fourth reading from the Torah is eponymous with the Hebrew name of the book it introduces: Vayikra. This portion introduces the sacrificial service and describes five different types of sacrifices.

  • Mar 10, 2018Vayakhel / Pekudei – He-gathered / Countings
    Mar 10, 2018
    Vayakhel / Pekudei – He-gathered / Countings
    Vayakhel / Pekudei - He-gathered / Countings
     
    Exodus 35:1-40:38
    The twenty-second reading from the Torah and the second-to-last reading from the book of Exodus is called Vayakhel (ויקהל), which means "and he assembled." The name comes from the first words of the first verse of the reading, which could be literally translated to read, "And Moses assembled all the congregation of the sons of Israel ..." (Exodus 35:1). This portion from the Torah describes how the assembly of Israel worked together to build the Tabernacle. In most years, synagogues read Vayakhel together with the following portion, Pekudei.

    The twenty-third reading from the Torah and last reading from the book of Exodus is called Pekudei (פקודי), which means "Accounts." The first words of the first verse of the reading could be literally translated to read, "These are the accounts (pekudei) of the Tabernacle" (Exodus 38:21). The last reading from Exodus begins with an audit of how the contributions for the Tabernacle were used. The portion goes on to describe the completion of the Tabernacle and its assembly and concludes by depicting the glory of the LORD entering it. In most years, synagogues read Pekudei together with the previous portion, Vayakhel; therefore, the comments on this week's reading will be brief.

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