Tzav (Command) Leviticus 6:1-8:36

Torah PortionTzav (Command) Leviticus 6:1-8:36

Haftorah Reading: Jeremiah 7:21-44:23

Messianic Scripture  Mark 12:28-34, I Cor. 10:14-23

I want to wish each of you a blessed Passover this evening. With G-d’s grace we can soon meet together again in person.

Va’etchanan (I Pleaded) Deut 3:23-7:11

Torah Portion: Va’etchanan (I Pleaded) Devarim (Deut.) 3:23-7:11

HafTorah: Isaiah 40:1-26

NT Matt. 4:1-11; 22:33-40; Mark 12:28-34; Luke 4:1-13; 10:25-37; Acts 13:13-43; Romans 3:27-31; I Tim 2:4-6; James 2:14-26

“I pleaded with the L-rd at that time.” Deut 3:23: Moses asked over and over that G-d allow him to enter the Land. Jewish sages teach that He wished to enter Israel mainly that he could keep all the commandments of G-d. Some could only be kept in Israel – such as first fruits. If they are correct we see Messiah being like Moses teaching His disciples in Matt. 5:17, “I did not come to abolish the Law or the Prophets but to fulfill.” What does this mean? Yeshua like Moses sought to fulfill the Law by being able to give us an example of how one was to show his love of G-d by living one’s life completely as G-d intended.