Beth Yeshua International • Monday • October 14, 2019 Feast Service: Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles)

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TorahScope: Vayikra – He called – “Sacrificial Identification” – 10 March, 2019

Vayikra He called Leviticus 1:1-5:26[6:7] Isaiah 43:21-44:23 “Sacrificial Identification” by Mark Huey The Torah portion Vayikra begins the Book of Leviticus, and serves as the Hebrew name for the entire text. Chs. 1-7 detail sacrificial laws for individuals, for the congregation of Israel, and for priests. This is followed by chs. 8-10 describing the worship in the completed Tabernacle. Chs. 11-17 focus on the laws of clean … Continue reading TorahScope: Vayikra – He called – “Sacrificial Identification” – 10 March, 2019

Torah Commentary – Vayikra – He called – Faithful Confessions – 11 March, 2018

Vayikra – He called Leviticus 1:1-5:26[6:7] Isaiah 43:21-44:23 “Faithful Confessions” by Mark Huey In the Book of Leviticus, Torah students get an opportunity to mainly study the sacrificial system, which was formally instituted, to cover the transgressions of human sin. The Ancient Israelites in the desert have just completed the construction of the Tabernacle, and have witnessed God’s glory descend upon the structure. The weight of … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Vayikra – He called – Faithful Confessions – 11 March, 2018

Torah Commentary – Vayikra (He Called) – Take Possession – SCRIPTURES FOR March 17, 2017

Torah Commentary Vayikra (He Called) Leviticus 1:1-5:26 Isaiah 43:21-44:23 Romans 8:1-13 Hebrews 10:1-14; 13:10-16 Take Possession This week we begin the book of Leviticus. For many people it is a book of meaningless details, but in truth it is a glimpse into our Father’s Heart. In order to grasp Father’s Heart we must first open our hearts to Him. Let us stop now to invite … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Vayikra (He Called) – Take Possession – SCRIPTURES FOR March 17, 2017

Parashat B’har/B’Chukkotai – Lev. 25:1 – 26:2

This post is written by a member of the Messianic community in Israel or guest contributor. The opinions and views expressed are solely those of the author and may not necessarily reflect those of Kehila News Israel or myself. And every tenth of cattle or flock, every [one] that will pass under the staff, the tenth one shall be holy to the L-rd. – Vayikra/Leviticus … Continue reading Parashat B’har/B’Chukkotai – Lev. 25:1 – 26:2

Torah Commentary – B’har (On Mount Sinai), B’chukotai – The Heart of the Matter – SCRIPTURES FOR May 20, 2017

Torah Commentary B’har (On Mount Sinai), B’chukotai Leviticus 25:1-26:2; 26:3-27:34 Jeremiah 32:6-27; 16:19-17:14 2Corinthians 7-13  The Heart of the Matter For our culture, many of the instructions of Leviticus seem quite foreign to us. There is even a debate whether most of these Scriptures pertain only to the time when we have entered the Land. “Buying and selling of crops, allowing the land to rest on … Continue reading Torah Commentary – B’har (On Mount Sinai), B’chukotai – The Heart of the Matter – SCRIPTURES FOR May 20, 2017

Torah Commentary – B’har (On Mount Sinai) – The Heart of the Matter – Joined To HaShem

Torah Commentary B’har (On Mount Sinai) Leviticus 25:1-26:2; 26:3-27:34 Jeremiah 32:6-27;16:19-17:14 2Corinthians 7-13 The Heart of the Matter For our culture, many of the instructions of Leviticus seem quite foreign to us.  There is even a debate whether most of these scriptures pertain only to the time in which we have entered The Land.  Buying and selling of crops, allowing the land to rest on … Continue reading Torah Commentary – B’har (On Mount Sinai) – The Heart of the Matter – Joined To HaShem