Go Study Metzora 5782

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The LORD never changes. He wants to bless you, but first you need to be cleansed of all worldliness. Immerse in His Word, offer thanks for your new life and walk in His ways always.

The fifth portion of the book of Vayikra/Leviticus is Metzorah, which means “Leper.” This is the twenty-eighth Torah Portion.

Metzora opens by describing the purification process and accompanying sacrifices for one infected with tzaraat, a discoloration condition on the skin. It then describes the process of treating a house infected with tzaraat and the ritual impurity generated by certain bodily discharges.

Shabbat HaGadol (Great Shabbat) is the Shabbat immediately before Passover. There is a special Haftarah reading on this Shabbat of the book of Malachi. Traditionally a lengthy and expansive sermon is given to the general community in the afternoon.

In this special Haftorah, Israel is rebuked for their errors, but assured the Judah and Israel will one day be reunited and they will be reconciled to their Maker. He will save them and they will love and serve only the LORD.

In the Apostolic Writings, Messiah heals a Leper and instructs him to show himself to a Priest and make offerings as instructed in Torah.

TORAH: Leviticus 14:1-15:33

HAFTORAH Shabbat HaGadol: Malachi 3:4-24

APOSTOLIC: Mark 1:35-45

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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