Va’etchanan 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The second Torah Portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Va’etchanan, which mean “I pleaded”Torah Portion: Devarim 3:23 – 7:11Haftorah Portion: Isaiah 40:1-26Apostolic Writings: Philippians 2:6-8; Revelation 22:18-19 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 40:1-26“Comfort and keep comforting my people,” says your God.“Tell Yerushalayim to take heart; proclaim to herthatContinue reading “Va’etchanan 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Devarim 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The first Torah Portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Devarim, which mean “Words”Torah Portion:Devarim 1:1-3:22Haftorah Portion:Isaiah 1:1-27Apostolic Writings:Acts 7: 1-53 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 1:1-27 This is the vision of Yesha‘yahu the son of Amotz, which he saw concerning Y’hudah and Yerushalayim during the days of ‘Uziyahu,Continue reading “Devarim 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Mattot and Massei 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The ninth and tenth Torah Portions of the book of B’Midbar/Numbers are Mattot and Massei, which mean “Tribes” and “Stages” Torah Portion: Mattot Numbers 30:1 – 32:42; Massei 33:1 – 36:13 Haftorah Portions: Mattot Jeremiah 1:1 – 2:3; Massei Isaiah 66:1-24 Apostolic Writings: Mattot Matthew 5:33-37; Massei Hebrews 2:14 – 3:1 You can read orContinue reading “Mattot and Massei 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

One Day Before Disaster

It has been on my heart to reach out to fellow believers to look inward and strengthen their connection to our Heavenly Father. This comes from a place of love and encouragement. We don’t all know each others’ struggles and we don’t know what tomorrow may bring. Things feel tenuous and dangerous right now. ThatContinue reading “One Day Before Disaster”

Pinchas 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The 8th Torah Portion of the book of B’Midbar/Numbers is Pinchas, which means “Dark Skinned” or maybe “Mouth of brass” (which is dark) or maybe even “Mouth of serpent,” regardless, Pinchas is the name of the man who saved Israel from the sin of Baal P’or after Balak and Bilam failed to cause HaShem toContinue reading “Pinchas 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”