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Below are the teachings from our weekly Torah Studies.  If you would like to join us, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can let you know where and when we meet.

Emor (Speak) Lev.21:1-24:23

 Emor (Speak) Lev.21:1-24:23
Haftorah Reading: Ezekiel 44:15-31
Messianic Scripture  Galatians 3:26-29, Matt. 5;38-42
 
Today we study the portion called Emor. In this portion we will cover G-d’s calendar of appointed times for the year. This is one of five different places in scripture where we read about this subject.  You can find this topic in Exodus 23:14-17, Exodus 38:18-26, Numbers 28-29 and Deut. 16:1-17 plus what we are reading today. Take the time to read all five scriptures and you will see each has a different emphasis and presentation.

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Acharei Mot (After the Death) Lev. 16:1-18:30 Kedoshim (Holy People) Lev.19:1-20:27

Torah Portion: Acharei Mot (After the Death) Lev. 16:1-18:30 Kedoshim (Holy People) Lev.19:1-20:27

Haftorah Reading: Ezekiel 22:1-19, Ezekiel 20:2-20

Messianic Scripture  Galatians 3:10-14, Hebrews 7:23-10:25, Matt. 5;33-37, Romans 13:8-10

This week we again look at two Torah portions. The first portion is called Acharei Mot and deals with a long list of things G-d warns the people not to do when they cross over into the Land. Remember, they came out of Egypt where, for the last four hundred years, they were surrounded by a pagan culture. Now they would be entering the Promised Land and again would be encountering pagan people.

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Tazria(She Conceives) Lev. 12:1-13:59 Metzora (Leper) Lev.14:1-15:33

Torah Portion: Tazria(She Conceives) Lev. 12:1-13:59 Metzora (Leper) Lev.14:1-15:33

Haftorah Reading: II Kings 4:42-5:19, II Kings 7:3-20

Messianic Scripture  Matthew 8:1-4, 11:2-6, Mark 1:40-45, Matt. 9:20-26, Hebrews 13:4

Today we read and study two Torah portions. Both are also represented in the Messianic Scriptures. The subject of both is bodily discharges that cause uncleanness to the person or object involved. The name of the first Torah portion is Tazria. What is interesting to us is that both Tazria and Metzora are mentioned in different places in the Messianic Scriptures.

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