Tol’dot Noach (Triennial Torah Reading) תּוֹלְדֹת נֹחַ

תּוֹלְדֹת נֹחַ

“Tol’dot Noach”  “The generations of Noah”

B’resheet (Gen.) Gen. 6:9 – 7:24; Ashlamatah: Is. 54:9-17 + 55:5; Psalms 5:1-13;  N.C.: Mark 1:12-13; Luke 4:1-13 & Acts 2:1-13

After discussing the components which inspired us in this Torah Reading we did a simple overview of how the Nazarean Talmud works.  Then we looked at the temptation of Messiah in relation to the Days of Noach. We asked how the sages looked at Noach and compared him to Abraham Avinu.

We then discussed the ascension of Yeshua and the ordination of the Talmidim to Hakhamim. After we see when the Talmidim have been made Hakhamim (Sages – Wise men) we then look to the account of Shavuot. The text of the Nazarean Codicil discusses Shavuot – the day of Pentecost. We addressed the voices and the miracle of Shavuot. We will looked at the Tanakh to see if the account in 2 Luqas (Acts) bears similar information.