‍‍11 Nisan 5774 - 04/10/14

The Great Shabbat

Triennial Torah Cycle Readings for Shabbat

Nisan 19, 5774 – April 18/19, 2014

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הַזֶּה הָעָם-אֶת הַעַל

“Ha’Al Et-Ha’Am Hazeh”
“Bring Up This People”
Shemot (Exod.) 33:12 – 34:26
Bemidbar (Numbers) 28:18-25
Ashlamatah:  Ezekiel 37:1-14
Psalm 136:1-26
Shir HaShirim (Songs) ‎5:1 – 6:12
N.C.: 1 Corinthians 10:16 – 11:34 & Revelation 2:1-7

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‍‍5 Nisan 5774 - 04/4/14

And when you come into the land

וְכִי-תָבֹאוּ אֶל-הָאָרֶץ

“V’Ki-Tabou El-HaArets”
“And when you come into the land”
Vayiqra (Lev.) 19:23 – 20:27
Ashlamatah: Is. 65:22-66:2, 4-5, 10-11
Psalm 84:1-13
N.C.: 2 Pet 1:16-21; Luke 16:1-13;
Acts 26:24-32

Readings for Shabbat April 05, 2014

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‍‍27 Adar II 5774 - 03/28/14

Ha Chodesh – The New Moon

הַחֹדֶשׁ

“HaChodesh”
“The New Moon”
Shemot (Exodus) 11:1 – 12:28
B’Midbar (Num.) 28:9-15
Ashlamatah: Ezekiel 45:18 – 46:15
Ashlamatah: I Samuel 20:18,42
Proverbs 7:1-27
N.C.: Col. 2:16-23; 1 Cor. 5:6-8

Shabbat Study for 3/29/14 and Discussion Topic on 4/7/14 Torah Focus Class

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‍‍27 Adar II 5774 - 03/28/14

A Red Heifer

“Parah Adumah”

“A Red Heifer”
B’midbar (Numbers) 19:1 – 20:13
Ashlamatah: Ezekiel 36:16-38
Psalm 110:1-7
N.C.: Bereans (Hebrews) 8:1 – 9:14

The Tzaddiq

Constant Communion with G-d, Generous, Introspective in a balance way, Real World person – Not Aloof, Contemplative, Developed Imagination. These qualities describe one who is an actual Tzaddiq – anyone can and should be a Tzaddiq!

Is he/she holy? In the Scriptures, Holy or Qadosh or Qedoshim (plural)  is used for a collective body, like Israel. Not individuals! Israel is called a holy nation — no one is called a holy person. So, we should make sure we understand correctly our terminology. We are separate as a community – separated unto HaShem our G-d and Father – dwelling in the world, but, separated from the defilement of the world. Each should strive to develop the qualities of a Tzaddiq and be a vital part of our Holy Nation – in its varied places.

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‍‍15 Adar II 5774 - 03/16/14

you will be holy

קְדֹשִׁים תִּהְיוּ

“Q’doshim Tih’yu”
“You will be holy”
Vayiqra 19:1-22
Ashlamatah: Is. 4:3 – 5:5, 16
Psalm 83:1-19
N.C.: 2 Pet 1:12-15; Lk 15:11-32; Acts 26:1-23

The Nazarean Charge

The allegory in 1 Luqas 15:11-32, “A father had two sons…” clearly hints at the premier prophetic happening foretold in scripture – the return of the assimilated House of Israel. Coupled with the portion in 2 Luqas 26 (Acts), translated by His Eminence Dr. Rabbi Eliyahu ben Abraham, we have an amazing conjunction describing the original Nazarean Mission – to proactively go among the nations and “draw out” the assimilated ones, out of the nations, returning them to the Household Covenant. The Northern House of Israel (pictured as the younger son) left the Fathers’ House, joining himself to foreigners, while the House of Judah (the older son) remained. The younger son is destined to return to his senses and to his Fathers’ household. Nazarean Jews were/are the agent and instrument of the Father, provoking the assimilated ones to come to their senses and return home to the Covenant that the elder brother (Jews) never left.

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