Go Study Tazria 5782

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Your walk is to be mental, physical, and spiritual. The LORD desires your heart and to be woven into every aspect of your life. Know the Word and live it so that you may live more abundantly.

The fourth portion of the book of Vayikra/Leviticus is Tazria, which means “She Conceives.” This is the twenty-seventh Torah Portion.

Tazria opens by describing the purification process for a woman after childbirth. It then describes different forms of tzaraat, a discoloration condition on skin or clothing, and the requirement of an infected person to dwell alone outside the camp and be inspected by a priest.

This week is Shabbat HaChodesh/Rosh Chodesh, because the Hebrew month of Nissan begins sunset Friday April 1, 2022 so there is a special Haftarah reading concerning New Moon: Numbers 28:9-16

Additionally, the instructions for the first Passover and the decree that it shall be an eternal practice are given in Exodus 12:1-20. Passover is about 2 weeks from this reading in the synagogue.

In this special Haftorah, an extremely righteous “Prince” oversees all sorts of offerings in the Temple, the Feasts, New Moon and Sabbaths, for which he will provide all the offerings, Passover is specifically mentioned.

In the Apostolic Writings, the Messiah is brought to the Temple by his parents for his redemption and Miriam’s Purification sacrifice.

TORAH: Leviticus 12:1-13:59

Numbers 28:9-16 (New Moon Passage)

Exodus 12:1-20 (First Passover Passage)

HAFTORAH ROSH CHODESH: Ezekiel 45:16-46:18

STANDARD HAFTORAH: 2 Kings 4:42-5:19

APOSTOLIC: Luke 2:22-35

Now, go study.

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Published by MJ Muñoz

Husband. Father. Believer. Writing a children's books series inspired by tokusatsu. Weekly Toku Analysis - https://mjmunoz.com/category/analyzer/

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