Philippians 2

Noach (Audio Portion)

Noach refers to Noah, a righteous man whose name means “comfort” or “peace.” Abba YHWH tells Noah He is about to flood all of humanity out of existence except for himself, his wife, their three sons and three daughters in law.

After the Flood, humanity tries to start over but there is still great evil about as Nimrod becomes a great and powerful leader and those (perhaps) under his influence attempt to build a tower to rival heaven, forcing Abba YHWH to confuse human language ever since. The genealogy brings us to the time of Abraham, thus setting up the covenant that is about to happen in the next portion. Noach is the most calendar and chronology intensive portion in my opinion of the entire year!

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Noach

Noach refers to Noah, a righteous man whose name means “comfort” or “peace.” Abba YHWH tells Noah He is about to flood all of humanity out of existence except for himself, his wife, their three sons and three daughters in law.

After the Flood, humanity tries to start over but there is still great evil about as Nimrod becomes a great and powerful leader and those (perhaps) under his influence attempt to build a tower to rival heaven, forcing Abba YHWH to confuse human language ever since. The genealogy brings us to the time of Abraham, thus setting up the covenant that is about to happen in the next portion. Noach is the most calendar and chronology intensive portion in my opinion of the entire year!

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Bereshit

Bereshit means “in the beginning.”  We start with the six days of creation with Abba YHWH resting on the Shabbat day and creating Adam and Eve.  After their expulsion from paradise, Adam and Eve have two sons, Cain and Abel and the former kills the latter. Afterwards, Cain flees Abba YHWH’s presence, first to Nod and then he goes build a city.  As the human race begins to spread throughout the earth, the first ten generations are recounted and the life of righteous Noah is introduced.

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Bereshit (Audio Portion)

Bereshit means “in the beginning.”  We start with the six days of creation with Abba YHWH resting on the Shabbat day and creating Adam and Eve.  After their expulsion from paradise, Adam and Eve have two sons, Cain and Abel and the former kills the latter. Afterwards, Cain flees Abba YHWH’s presence, first to Nod and then he goes build a city.  As the human race begins to spread throughout the earth, the first ten generations are recounted and the life of righteous Noah is introduced.

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Ve-Zot Ha-Berachah

“Ve-Zot Ha-Barachah” means “the blessing of the tribes” and that is exactly what this last part of Deuteronomy is all about. Much like how Jacob did this for his sons at the end of Genesis, so here does Moshe bless all of his people. The difference this time out however is a much greater emphasis on a glorious future rather than rebuking them for past mistakes. Moshe is closing this book—and his life—with one final stirring call to righteousness to lead to a better day. He does this even while knowing at the same time that his people face a dark and uncertain future. Keep Reeding

Ve-Zot Ha-Barachah (Audio Portion)

“Ve-Zot Ha-Barachah” means “the blessing of the tribes” and that is exactly what this last part of Deuteronomy is all about. Much like how Jacob did this for his sons at the end of Genesis, so here does Moshe bless all of his people. The difference this time out however is a much greater emphasis on a glorious future rather than rebuking them for past mistakes. Moshe is closing this book—and his life—with one final stirring call to righteousness to lead to a better day. He does this even while knowing at the same time that his people face a dark and uncertain future.

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2020 Sukkot Special (Audio Portion)

The Feast of Ingathering…Remembering the years in the Wilderness…The Grape Harvest…The Birth of the Messiah, and possibly even his Second Coming area all tied up in Sukkot. Explore the deep connections that literally run from Genesis to Revelation. Sukkot is a feast like no other and the highlight of the entire year!

2020 Sukkot Special!

The Feast of Ingathering…Remembering the years in the Wilderness…The Grape Harvest…The Birth of the Messiah, and possibly even his Second Coming area all tied up in Sukkot. Explore the deep connections that literally run from Genesis to Revelation. Sukkot is a feast like no other and the highlight of the entire year!

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Ha’azinu (Audio Portion)

Ha’azinu means “give your ears” or “listen.”  It is the opening stanza of Moshe’s last song that he spoke of at the end of the previous portion.  Although the language is poetic, the graphic imagery is meant for easy remembrance and its warnings are definitely LITERAL.  There is no other poetry done as well in Tanakh except perhaps Job 38-42.

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Ha’azinu Parsha and 2020 Yom Kippur Special!

Ha’azinu means “give your ears” or “listen.”  It is the opening stanza of Moshe’s last song that he spoke of at the end of the previous portion.  Although the language is poetic, the graphic imagery is meant for easy remembrance and its warnings are definitely LITERAL.  There is no other poetry done as well in Tanakh except perhaps Job 38-42.

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