Ki Tavo 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The seventh portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Ki Tavo, which mean “When you come”Torah Portion: Devarim 26:1-29:8(9)Haftorah: Isaiah 60:1-22Apostolic Writings: Romans 11:1-15 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 60:1-22 “Arise, shine [Yerushalayim], for your light has come, the glory of HaShem has risen over you. For although darknessContinue reading “Ki Tavo 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Ki Tetze 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The sixth portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Ki Tetze, which mean “When you go out” Torah Portion: Devarim 21:10 – 25:19Haftorah: Isaiah 54:1-10Apostolic Writings: Mark 10:2-12 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 54:1-10 “Sing, barren woman who has never had a child! Burst into song, shout for joy,Continue reading “Ki Tetze 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Shoftim 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The fifth portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Shoftim, which mean “Judges” You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 51:12 – 52:12 “I, yes I, am the one who comforts you! Why are you afraid of a man, who must die; of a human being, who will wither like grass?Continue reading “Shoftim 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Re’eh 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The fourth Torah Portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Re’eh, which mean “See” Torah Portion: Devarim 11:26 – 16:17 Haftorah Portion: Isaiah 54:11 – 55:5 Apostolic Writings: Acts 15: 12-29 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 54:11 – 55:5 “Storm-ravaged [city], unconsoled, I will set your stones in theContinue reading “Re’eh 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Eikev 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The third portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Eikev, which mean “Because”Torah Portion: Devarim 7:12 – 11:25Haftorah Portion: Isaiah 49:14 – 51:3Apostolic Writings: Matthew 4:1-4, Epheshians 6:1-9 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 49:14 – 51:3.“But Tziyon says, ‘ Adonai has abandoned me, Adonai has forgotten me.’ Can aContinue reading “Eikev 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Praying for Our Enemies

It’s easy to stand against something you hate by running to join others who hate the same thing. As believers I think we need to choose to unite on the grounds of what we love. We need to have an honest look at ourselves. We need to listen to the words of David and the words of our Messiah. We need to actively pray for the redemption of those believers we have cast as enemies.

Ki Tavo 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The seventh portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Ki Tavo, which mean “When you come”Torah Portion: Devarim 26:1-29:8(9)Haftorah: Isaiah 60:1-22Apostolic Writings: Romans 11:1-15 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 60:1-22 “Arise, shine [Yerushalayim], for your light has come, the glory of HaShem has risen over you. For although darknessContinue reading “Ki Tavo 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”