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[--Lamed Messianic Jewish Studies--] Torah/Torah Parasha Schedule

Torah Parasha Schedule

The Parasha is a schedule of reading the Torah in a three year period. Many synagogues do so on a one year cycle, but the practice in the time of Yeshua was a 3 year cycle, to which LMJS has returned. This is not expressly commanded, but is a custom, and one that Yeshua also yielded to, and demonstrated was even prophetic. Since the schedule is the same each year, the portion being read at any given time of year will always be the same year to year. There is a text “portion”, [which is what Parasha means] of Torah read on each Shabbath, a portion of the Prophets, called “haphtarah (haftarah),” which means 'parting,' and for Messianic Jews, a portion of the Brit Chadashah [Covenant Renewal, The Historical Accounts and Letters of Testimony] is also read. Each portion has its own name, such as “B’reishith,” the first portion, getting its name from the first word in the portion, “In the beginning.”

In Messiah’s time, it becomes clear that the custom of Torah and Haftarah reading was in place, though we cannot know precisely what their Haftarah divisions were to the verse. But, we see the practice as He approached the Bimah (Bee-mah) to read and the Yesha-Yahu [Isaiah] scroll was handed to him, suggesting that it was time to read from the Isaiah scroll! We believe it was, as Yeshua read a prophecy about Himself when He read! [ Luke 4:16 ]. This was, in all likelihood, the anniversary of His birth, as the custom is that one reads from the Bimah on the anniversary of his birth. Ezra and N'cḥemyah and the other prophets of their day established a reading schedule, which ensures that if a person attends the Synagogue regularly, he will hear the whole Torah over a period of time, repeatedly for the rest of his life. Ya’aqov [James] also alludes to this in Ma'Asei HaShlikhim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 15:21, “For Moshe is read each Shabbath in the Synagogues.” This is what the goal was: to make sure everyone heard/read the Torah completely!

At LMJS, we do not read the full portion in the Online Synagogue, but task our members to do so during the week, as we all now have Torah scrolls in our homes! [Bibles]. In the time of Messiah, they did not, so this was the only way to hear/study the Word.

The important part of the Parasha custom is that it is done together. Rebellious people tend to think they do not need the guidance of community, and reject a schedule, as well as other customs which are meant to unify us and give us identity. But, Israel is seen as one man!

Exodus 4:22 “Israel [ the nation ] is my firstborn Son”.

Psalm 133 “Behold, How good and how pleasant it is when brethren dwell together in perfect oneness.” This is the same concept mentioned in the Shabbath command, of keeping the Sabbath in “all your dwellings [settlements].” What better place to dwell together than in His Word!

Ezra 3:1 And when the seventh month was come, and the children of Israel were in the cities, the people gathered themselves together as one man to Jerusalem.

A similar event occurs in the Brit Chadashah:

Acts 2:1 “And when the day of Shavu'ot was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place.”

There are hundreds of scriptures that speak about unity/unison, crying out in one voice, et cetera, in both “Old and New” testaments. Unity in prayer and in reading, therefore, is not about losing self-identity and autonomy, but recognizing that we are not our own, that we are bought at a price from slavery just as Israel, and that we are part of something greater than the individual. The parasha gets us focused on the Torah together, but leaves us room as individuals to “glean” from the Ru'ach what HaAv [ The Father ] would speak. It is indeed a beautiful picture, since we are indeed individuals who are part of one body.

And Messiah honored the custom while He was in Israel.

The Haftarah sections are readings from the Prophets. Ma'Asei HaShlikhim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 13:27 show us that these were also read each Shabbath:

“For they that dwell at Jerusalem, and their rulers, because they knew him not, nor yet the voices of the prophets, which are read every Yom Shabbath….

These readings may differ somewhat according to differing traditions.

The Brit Chadashah readings were established according to subject content and added at a later date, and may differ from teacher to teacher.

The lunar calendar determines the months for Yisra'Eil, which establishes the annual reading cycle as well. The month of the Abib/Aviv (Abhibh)(first month) determines when the year begins, which means the seasons must be kept in their proper time. For the barley must be ripe for the wave sheaf offering, after the first day of unleavened bread. The extra month of Adar (to expand) is added in the leap year which can be about every third or fourth year. This is determined by the concurrent Aviv and New Moon. If the Aviv and New Moon do not occur together after the 12th moon, second Adar is added, hence a thirteenth moon. By following this calendar we maintain the seasons in their Mo'edim [appointed times.] This method adds 4 to 5 Shabbathot in the “leap year,” and you may see notes in some of the parashat indicating their individual or combined readings.

LMJS follows the triennial cycle, so the parashat listed below are further broken up into thirds. Currently, we are in the first Kriyah (rending), the first year of the cycle. [We are in our first cycle of 3 years]

Torah parasha Blessing before reading:

Blessed are You, O hvhy [ Eternal Existent One ] our Elohim ( Mightiest [ One ] ), King of the universe, Who has chosen us from all peoples and has given us Your Torah. Blessed are You, hvhy [ Eternal Existent One ], Giver of the Torah.

After the readings:

Blessed are You, O hvhy [ Eternal Existent One ] our Elohim ( Mightiest [ One ] ), King of the universe, Who has given us Instructions of truth and faithful prophets, and planted eternal life in our midst, Blessed are You hvhy ( The Eternal Existent One ) , Giver of the Torah. It is a Tree of Life to those who take hold of it, and blessed are those who support its ways. All its ways are ways of pleasantness and all its paths are peace. hvhy ( The Eternal Existent One ) was pleased, for the sake of His Righteousness, to render the Torah GREAT and GLORIOUS.

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Torah Parashat
(Direction Portions)
Haphtarah Parashat
(Parting Portions)
Brit Cḥadashah
(Renewed Covenant)
KeyID Parashat (Meaning)
and Special Notes
Scripture
Base Ref.
Nevi-im (Prophets)
Kḥetuvim (Writings)
Accounts and Letters
(01)
B’reishith
(In the beginning)
1st Shabbath after Sukoth
Genesis
1:1-2:3
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 42:5-43:10
Yocḥanan (John) 1:1-18
(02)
No'acḥ
(Rest)
Genesis
6:9-8:14
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 54:1-55:5
Matithyahu (Matthew) 24:36-44
Luqos (Luke) 1:5-80
(03) Lekḥ-L'kḥa
(Get yourself out)
Genesis
12:1-13:18
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 40:27-41:16
Romayim (Romans) 3:19-5:6
Matithyahu (Matthew) 1:1-17
(04) Vayeira
(And He Appeared)
Genesis
18:1-18:33
Melakḥim Beith (2nd Kings) 4:1-37
Ya-aqov (James) 2:14-24
Luqos (Luke) 2:1-38
(05) Cḥayei Sarah
(Life of Sarah)
Genesis
23:1-24:9
Melakḥim Aleph (1st Kings) 1:1-31
Matithyahu (Matthew) 2:1-23; 8:19-22
Luqos (Luke) 9:57-62
(06) Toldhoth
(Generations [History] / Descendents)
Genesis
25:19-26:22
Malakḥi (Malachi) 1:1-2:7
Romayim (Romans) 9:6-16
Luqos (Luke) 3:1-18
(07) Vayeitzei
(And He Went Out)
Genesis
28:10-30:13
Hoshea (Hosea) 12:13-14:10
Yocḥanan (John) 1:43-51
Matithyahu (Matthew) 3:13-4:11
(08) Vayishlakḥ
(And He Sent)
Genesis
32:4-33:20
Ovad-Yah (Obadiah) 1:1-21
Qorinti'im Aleph (1st Corinthians) 5:1-13
Yocḥanan (John) 1:19-2:12
(09) Vayeishev
(And He Continued Living)
Genesis
37:1-37:36
Ahmos (Amos) 2:6-3:8
Ma'Asei HaShlikhim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 7:9-16
Yocḥanan (John) 2:13-4:42
(10) MiKetz
(At the end)
Genesis
41:1-41:52
Melakḥim Aleph (1st Kings) 3:15-4:1
Ma'Asei HaShlikhim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 7:37-50
Luqos (Luke) 4:16-31
(11) Vayigash
(He approached)
Genesis
44:18-45:27
Y'cḥezqeil (Ezekiel) 37:15-28
Yocḥanan (John) 10:11-19
Yocḥanan (John) 4:16-31
(12) Vayekḥi
(And He Lived)
Genesis
47:28-48:22
Melakḥim Aleph (1st Kings) 2:1-12
Luqos (Luke) 4:31-5:11
Ivrim (Hebrews) 11:21-22
(13) Sh'mot
(Exodus)
Exodus
1:1-2:25
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 27:6-29:23
Luqos (Luke) 5:12-39
Yocḥanan (John) 17:1-26
(14) Va'Eirah
(I appeared)
Exodus
6:2-7:7
Y'chezqeil (Ezekiel) 28:25-29:21
Romayim (Romans) 9:14-17
Qorinti'im Beith (2nd Corinthians) 6:14-7:1
Matithyahu (Matthew) 12:1-14
(15) Bo
(Come)
Exodus
10:1-11:3
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 46:13-28
Hithghaluth (Revelation) 19:1-16
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 3:7-19
(16) B'Shalakḥ
(After He Sent)
(Shabbath Shirah)
Exodus
13:17-15:26
Shophtim (Judges) 4:4-5:31
Hithghaluth (Revelation) 15:1-8
Matithyahu (Matthew) 5:1-48
(17) Yitro
(Jethro)
Exodus
18:1-20:23
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 6:1-7:14
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 9:5-9:6
Timoteus Aleph (1st Timothy) 3:1-13
Matithyahu (Matthew) 6:1-8:1
(18) Mishpatim
(Rulings / Justices' judgments)
Exodus
21:1-22:3
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 31:30-34
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 34:8-22
Luqos (Luke) 7:1-8:3
Ivrim (Hebrews) 9:15-22
(19) T'rumah
(Contribution)
Exodus
25:1-25:40
Melakḥim Aleph (1st Kings) 5:12-6:13
Matithyahu (Matthew) 13:1-53
Ivrim (Hebrews) 8:1-13
(20) Tetzaveh
(You are to order)
Exodus
27:20-28:30
Y'cḥezqeil (Ezekiel) 43:10-27
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 4:35-5:43
Philipim (Philippians) 4:10-20
(21) Ki Tisa
(When you take)
Exodus
30:11-31:17
Melakḥim Aleph (1st Kings) 18:1-39
Matithyahu (Matthew) 9:35-11:1
Qorinti'im Beith (2nd Corinthians) 3:1-8
(22) VaYaq'heil
(And He Assembled)
Exodus
35:1-37:16
Melakḥim Aleph (1st Kings) 7:40-50
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 6:14-29
Ivrim (Hebrews) 9:1-14
(23) P'qudhei
(Accounts)
Exodus
38:21-39:21
Melakḥim Aleph (1st Kings) 7:51-8:21
Yocḥanan (John) 6:1-71
Ma'Asei HaShlikḥim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 1:1-11
(24) Vayiqra
(Leviticus)
He called
Leviticus
1:1-2:16
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 43:21-44:23
Romayim (Romans) 8:1-13
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 7:1-30
(25) Tzav
(Give an order)
Leviticus
6:1-7:10
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 7:21-8:3
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 9:22-23
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 7:31-8:38
Romayim (Romans) 12:1-8
(26) Sh'mini
(Eighth)
Leviticus
9:1-10:11
Sh'mu-eil Beith (2nd Samuel) 6:1-7:17
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 7:1-23
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 9:1-13
(27) Tazria
(She conceives)
Leviticus
12:1-13:39
Melakḥim Beith (2nd Kings) 4:42-5:19
Matithyahu (Matthew) 8:1-4
Luqos (Luke) 17:11-19
(28) M'tzora
(Person with Tzara’at/Leprosy)
Leviticus
14:1-14:32
Melakḥim Beith (2nd Kings) 7:3-20
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 5:24-34
(29) Akḥarei Moth
(After the death)
Leviticus
16:1-17:7
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 52:13-53:1-12

The Haftarah was changed by the Rabbinic leaders, as it reveals the coming one, Yeshua HaMashiach.
Ivrim (Hebrews) 7:23-10:25
Yocḥanan (John) 7:1-53
(30) Q'doshim
(Set-apart people)
Leviticus
19:1-19:37
Y'chezqeil (Ezekiel) 22:1-19
Ahmos (Amos) 9:7-15
Ma'Asei HaShlikḥim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 15:1-21
Yocḥanan (John) 8:1-10:21
(31) Emor
(Speak)
Leviticus
21:1-22:16
Y'cḥezqeil (Ezekiel) 44:15-31
Luqos (Luke) 11:1-12:59
Qolossim (Colossians) 2:11-23
(32) B'Har
(On [the] Mount)
Leviticus
25:1-25:38
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 32:6-27
Luqos (Luke) 4:16-21
Galatim (Galatians) 5:1-13
(33) B'kḥuqqotai
(By My Kḥuqqim/Laws)
Leviticus
26:3-27:15
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 16:19-17:14
Aphsiyim (Ephesians) 2:11-19
Luqos (Luke) 14:1-15:32
(34) B'Midbar
(Numbers)
In the wilderness
Numbers
1:1-1:54
Hoshea (Hosea) 2:1-22
Hithghaluth (Revelation) 7:1-17
Luqos (Luke) 16:1-17:10
(35) Naso
(Take)
Numbers
4:21-5:10
Shophtim (Judges) 13:2-25
Ma'Asei HaShlikḥim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 21:17-32
Yocḥanan (John) 11:1-54
(36) B'Ha-Alot'kḥa
(When you set up)
Numbers
8:1-9:14
Z'kḥaryah (Zechariah) 2:14-4:7
Ivrim (Hebrews) 4:1-16
Luqos (Luke) 17:11-18:14
(37) Sh'lakḥ L'kḥa
(Send on your behalf)
Numbers
13:1-14:7
Y’hoshua (Joshua) 2:1-24
Ivrim (Hebrews) 3:6-19
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 10:1-45
(38) Qorakḥ
(Korakḥ)
Numbers
16:1-17:15
Sh'mu-Eil Aleph (1st Samuel) 11:14-12:22
Y'hudah (Jude) 1-25
Luqos (Luke) 18:35-19:28
(39) Kḥuqqath
(Statute/Ordinance)
Numbers
19:1-21:20
Shophtim (Judges) 11:1-33
Yocḥanan (John) 3:9-21
Matithyahu (Matthew) 21:1-17
(40) Balaq
(Balaq)
Numbers
22:2-22:38
Mikḥah (Micah) 5:6-6:8
Kepha Beith (2nd Peter) 2:1-22
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 11:12-26
(41) Pincḥas
(Pincḥas)
Numbers
25:10-26:51
Melakḥim Aleph (1st Kings) 18:46-19:21
Ma'Asei HaShlikḥim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 2:1-21
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 11:27-12:37
(42) Mattoth
(Tribes)
Numbers
30:2-31:54
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 1:1-2:3
Matithyahu (Matthew) 5:33-37
Matithyahu (Matthew) 23:1-39
(43) Masei
(Journeys pull up to travel)
Numbers
32:1-33:49
Yirme-Yahu (Jeremiah) 2:4-4:2
Ya-aqov (James) 4:1-12
Matithyahu (Matthew) 24:1-25:46
(44) D'varim
(Words)
Deuteronomy
1:1-2:1
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 1:1-27
Yocḥanan (John) 15:1-11
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 14:1-16
(45) Va'Etkḥanan
(And I Plead / Sought Favor)
Deuteronomy
3:23-4:40
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 40:1-26
Matithyahu (Matthew) 4:1-11
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 12:28-34
Luqos (Luke) 22:13-38
(46) Ekev
(Because)
Deuteronomy
7:12-9:03
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 49:14-51:3
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 52:1-15
Luqos (Luke) 4:1-13
Yocḥanan (John) 13:31-15:27
(47) R'eh
(Behold)
Deuteronomy
11:26-12:28
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 44:11-45:5
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 54:11-55:5
Yocḥanan Aleph (1st John) 2:18-25
Yocḥanan Aleph (1st John) 4:1-6
Yocḥanan (John) 16:1-17:26
(48) Shophtim
(Judges)
Deuteronomy
16:18-18:5
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 9:1-6
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 49:1-6; 51:12-52:12
Ma'Asei HaShlikḥim (Acts [of] The Sent Ones [Apostles]) 7:35-60
Matithyahu (Matthew) 26:47-27:10
(49) Ki Tetzei
(When you go out)
Deuteronomy
21:10-23:7
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 54:1-10
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 40:1-11
Yocḥanan-Markos ([John- ] Mark) 1:1-15
Luqos (Luke) 23:1-25
(50) Ki Tavo
(When you come)
Deuteronomy
26:1-27:10
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 60:1-22
Matithyahu (Mathew) 13:1-23
Luqos (Luke) 23:26-56
(51) Nitzavim
(Standing)
Deuteronomy
29:9-30:14
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 61:10-63:9
Romayim (Romans) 9:30-10:13
Luqos (Luke) 24:1-12
(52) VaYelekḥ
(And He Went)
Deuteronomy
31:1-31:30
Y'sha-Yahu (Isaiah) 55:6-56:8
Hoshea (Hosea) 14:2-10
Ivrim (Hebrews) 13:5-8
Matithyahu (Matthew) 28:16-20
Luqos (Luke) 24:13-43
(53) Ha-Azinu
(Give ear / Hear)
(Shabbath Shuva)
Deuteronomy
32:1-32:52
Yo-eil (Joel) 2:15-27
Sh'mu-Eil (2nd Samuel) 22:1-51
Romayim (Romans) 10:14-21
Yocḥanan (John) 20:26-21:25
Matithyahu (Matthew) 27:11-28:20
(P1) Pesacḥ
(Passover)
High Holy Days
Exodus
12:21-51
Y'hoshua (Joshua) 3:5-7, 5:2-6:1, 6:27
Matithyahu (Matthew) 26-28 (spec. 26:17-32)
Yocḥanan-Marcos ([John- ] Mark) 14-16 (spec. 14:12-25)
Luqos (Luke) 2:41-52
Luqos (Luke) 22:1-24:53
Yocḥanan (John) Ch13-Ch21
(P2) Cḥagh Matzoth 2
(Festival of Unleavened Bread)
The night of the 15th commemorates the day HaIvrim left Mitzrayim
Parasha Schedule
Leviticus
22:26-23:44
Exodus
33:12-34:25
Melakḥim Beith (2nd Kings) 23:1-9, 21-25
Yocḥanan-Marcos ([John- ] Mark) 14:12-25
Yocḥanan (John) 18:28-40
Qorinti'im Aleph (1st Corinthians) 5:6-8
(P3) Cḥagh Matzoth 3
(Festival of Unleavened Bread)
The Pesach season
helps us recall
the renewing of
our freedom in
Yeshua-Salvation.
Parasha Schedule
Exodus
33:12-34:26
Numbers
28:17-25
Y'cḥezqeil (Ezekiel) 36:37-37:14
Yocḥanan-Marcos ([John- ] Mark) 14:12-25
Yocḥanan (John) 18:28-40
(P4) Cḥagh Matzoth 4
(Festival of Unleavened Bread)
The Pesach season
helps us recall
the renewing of
our freedom in
Yeshua-Salvation.
Parasha Schedule
Exodus
33:12-34:26
Numbers
28:17-25
Y'cḥezqeil (Ezekiel) 36:37-37:14
Yocḥanan-Marcos ([John- ] Mark) 14:12-25
Yocḥanan (John) 18:28-40
(P5) Cḥagh Matzoth 5
(Festival of Unleavened Bread)
The Pesach season
helps us recall
the renewing of
our freedom in
Yeshua-Salvation.
Parasha Schedule
Exodus
33:12-34:26
Numbers
28:17-25
Y'cḥezqeil (Ezekiel) 36:37-37:14
Yocḥanan-Marcos ([John- ] Mark) 14:12-25
Yocḥanan (John) 18:28-40
(P6) Cḥagh Matzoth 6
(Festival of Unleavened Bread)
The Pesach season
helps us recall
the renewing of
our freedom in
Yeshua-Salvation.
Parasha Schedule
Exodus
33:12-34:26
Numbers
28:17-25
Y'cḥezqeil (Ezekiel) 36:37-37:14
Yocḥanan-Marcos ([John- ] Mark) 14:12-25
Yocḥanan (John) 18:28-40
(P7) Pesacḥ Sheva
(Passover 7)
The Pesacḥ season
helps us recall
the renewing of
our freedom in
Yeshua-Salvation.
Parasha Schedule
Exodus
13:17-15:27
Numbers
28:17-25
Deuteronomy
15:19-16:17
Deuteronomy
Perek 26
YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 10:32-12:6
Yocḥanan (John) 21:1-25
Qorinti'im Aleph (1st Corinthians) 10:1-16
(SV) Shavu'ot
(Weeks)
Parasha Schedule
High Holy Days (Parasha Schedule)
High Holy Days (Parasha Schedule)
(YK) Yom Kippurim
(Day of Atonements)
Annual Shabbath
Shabbath Shabbaton
COMPLETE FAST
Leviticus
Ch16&23

B'midbar
29:7-11
Yesha-Yahu (Isaiah) 53:8-12
Yonah (Jonah) 1:17-2:10
Yocḥanan Aleph (1st John) 1:1-2:2
Ivrim (Hebrews) Ch7-10
(SK) Cḥagh Sukoth
(Festival of Tabernacles)
Annual Shabbat
Sukoth 1st Day
Shabbath Shabbaton
Leviticus
22:26-33; 23:33-44
Z'kḥaryah (Zecḥariah) 14:16-21
T'hillim (Psalms) 122; 123; 124
Matithyahu (Matthew) ALL
Ivrim (Hebrews) Ch 7-10
(S2) Shabbath Sukoth
(Festival of Tabernacles)
Weekly Mo'ed

Exodus
33:12-34:26

B'midbar
29:17-31
Z'kḥaryah (Zecḥariah) 14:16-21
T'hillim (Psalms) 122; 123; 124
Hithghaluth (Revelation) 21:1-27
(S3) Cḥagh Sukoth 3
(Festival of Tabernacles)


Exodus
33:12-34:26

B'midbar
29:17-31
Z'kḥaryah (Zecḥariah) 14:16-21
T'hillim (Psalms) 122; 123; 124
Hithghaluth (Revelation) 21:1-27
(S4) Cḥagh Sukoth 4
(Festival of Tabernacles)
Weekly Mo'ed

Exodus
33:12-34:26

B'midbar
29:17-31
Z'kḥaryah (Zecḥariah) 14:16-21
T'hillim (Psalms) 122; 123; 124
Hithghaluth (Revelation) 21:1-27
(S5) Cḥagh Sukoth 5
(Festival of Tabernacles)
Weekly Mo'ed

Exodus
33:12-34:26

B'midbar
29:17-31
Zekḥaryah (Zecḥariah) 14:16-21
T'hillim (Psalms) 122; 123; 124
Hithghaluth (Revelation) 21:1-27
(S6) Cḥagh Sukoth 6
(Festival of Tabernacles)
Weekly Mo'ed

Exodus
33:12-34:26

B'midbar
29:17-31
Z'kḥaryah (Zecḥariah) 14:16-21
T'hillim (Psalms) 122; 123; 124
Hithghaluth (Revelation) 21:1-27
(ST) Cḥagh Sukoth 7
(Festival of Tabernacles)
Sukoth 7th Day
Hoshana Rabbah
Save We Beseech Thee
Leviticus
23:39-44
Yesha-Yahu (Isaiah) 12:1-6
T'hillim (Psalms) 122; 123; 124
Yocḥanan (John) 7:1-39
(SA) V'Zoth HaB'rakḥah
(And by the Blessing)
Annual Sukoth Shabbath
Simcḥath Torah
Deuteronomy
33:1-34:12
Y'hoshua (Joshua) 1:1-18
Matithyahu (Matthew) 17:1-9
Y'hudah (Judah/James) 1:8-9

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