5781 Holiday Calendar

“So teach us to count our days, so that we will become wise.” -Psalm 90:12 by Moshe, the Man of G-d Chabad Calendar (Year) Yom KippurBegins sunset of Sunday, September 27, 2020Ends nightfall of Monday, September 28, 2020 Review laws and customs: ASAP SukkotBegins sunset of Friday, October 2, 2020Ends nightfall of Friday, October 9,Continue reading “5781 Holiday Calendar”

V’Zot HaBrachah 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The eleventh portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is V’Zot HaBrachah, which means “This is the Blessing” Torah Portion: Devarim 33:1- 34:12 Haftorah: Joshua 1: 1-18 Apostolic Writings: Matthew 17: 1-9 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Joshua 1: 1-18 After the death of Moshe the servant of Adonai, Adonai saidContinue reading “V’Zot HaBrachah 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Ha’Azinu 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The eleventh portion of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy is Ha’Azinu, which means “Hear” Torah Portion: Devarim 32:1-52 Haftorah: 2 Samuel 22: 1-51 Apostolic Writings: 1 Corinthians 10:1-20 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah 2 Samuel 22: 1-51 David said the words of this song to Adonai on the day Adonai deliveredContinue reading “Ha’Azinu 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”

Nitzavim-Vayalech 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings

The eighth and ninth portions of the book of Devarim/Deuteronomy are Nitzavim and Vayalech, which mean “Standing” and “He went.”Torah Portion: Devarim 29:8(9)-30:20 and 31:1-30Haftorah: Isaiah 61:10 – 63:9Apostolic Writings: Luke 8: 4-18 and Luke 9:1-6, Romans 10:5-10 You can read or listen to the portions below: Haftorah Isaiah 61:10 – 63:9 I am soContinue reading “Nitzavim-Vayalech 5780 Reading of Haftorah and Apostolic Writings”