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30 September 2018

2018-2020 Triennial Cycle

There are three common cycles for reading the Torah:

  • The annual
  • The triennial
  • The linear triennial

In the annual cycle, the entire Torah (Genesis through Deuteronomy) is read weekly over the course of one year.  This is most widely used Torah reading cycle and is used in synagogues throughout the world.

In the triennial cycle, the entire Torah is read weekly over the course of three years.  The readings are aligned to the annual cycle (both the annual and triennial readings are on the same Parashah each week) but smaller portions are read in the triennial cycle.  Thanks go to the Jewish Theological Seminary for the chart!

In the linear triennial cycle, the entire Torah is read weekly over the course of three years but in a sequential order that does not align to the annual synagogue readings (the annual and linear triennial readings are only the same one week every three years).

07 January 2017

FellowshipFinder.com

Fellowship Finder was created as a free resource to help individuals find fellowship with like-minded believers all over the world. The goal is to help followers of Yeshua, the Messiah of Israel, find fellowship in communities who will support and strengthen their faith and encourage them in their Torah walk.

24 January 2016

Moedim Dates for 2016

As in years past, we've put together a list of moedim and remembrance dates so you can have them all in one place.  You can also look these up on our Hebrew Calendar.

There are three common cycles for reading the Torah:

  • The annual
  • The triennial
  • The linear triennial

In the annual cycle, the entire Torah (Genesis through Deuteronomy) is read weekly over the course of one year.  This is most widely used Torah reading cycle and is used in synagogues throughout the world.

In the triennial cycle, the entire Torah is read weekly over the course of three years.  The readings are aligned to the annual cycle (both the annual and triennial readings are on the same Parashah each week) but smaller portions are read in the triennial cycle.  Thanks go to the Jewish Theological Seminary for the chart!

In the linear triennial cycle, the entire Torah is read weekly over the course of three years but in a sequential order that does not align to the annual readings (the annual and linear triennial readings are only the same one week every three years).

15 February 2015

Good Friday?

wednesday 300Good Friday? If we look closely, the Bible tells us it was actually Good Wednesday.  Psalm11918.org has created two resources that share our examination of the Gospels and our search for the truth.

Our When Yeshua was Crucified article asks the question "when was Messiah crucified?" and systematically goes through Scripture to uncover the answer.  Step by step and verse by verse, we build the list of Biblically-based requirements for the correct date.

When it was originally published, this article prompted so much discussion among our readers that we created an entirely new interactive website devoted to examining Good Friday, Good Thursday, and Good Wednesday options and see which fit bet with the Word of G-dMessiahsPassoverWeek.info is full of colorful insight that reveals the truth of Scripture.

As the time draws near for Passover, may we all draw near to our Lord and Savior who is the Way, the Truth, and the Life!

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As in years past, we've put together a list of moedim and remembrance dates so you can have them all in one place.  You can also look these up on our Hebrew Calendar.

As in years past, we've put together a list of moedim dates for 2013 so you can have them all in one place.

Purim- Sunday, February 24th

Pesach- Monday, March 25th

Chag HaMatzot- Tuesday, March 26th (beginning at sundown on the 25th)- Monday, April 1

Second Passover- Wednesday, April 24th (beginning at sundown on the 23rd

Shavuot- Wednesday, May 15th (beginning at sundown on the 14th)

Tish B'Av- Tuesday, July 16th (beginning at sundown on the 15th)

Yom Teruah- Thursday, September 5th (beginning at sundown on the 4th)

Yom Kippur- Saturday, September 14thth (beginning at sundown on the 13th)

Sukkot- Thursday, September 19th- Thursday September 26th. The sabbaths for Sukkot begin Wednesday the 18th and Wednesday the 25th at sundown.

Chanukah- Thursday, November 28th (Thanksgiving Day!) - Thursday, December 5th.

 

All of the moedim [appointed times] point to Messiah.  As we greatly long for His return, so too, should we eagerly look forward to these, His appointed times, as glimpses of Him until He does return.

 

We give thanks to the Lord for the blessing of a dear friend, Becky Holland, who shared this grace after meals prayer for Thanksgiving Day.

http://www.jewishrenewalhasidus.org/wordpress/reb-zalmans-thanksgiving-prayer-5775/

May it be a blessing to you as well!

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Today is

Yom Rivi'i, 4 Tevet, 5779

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

 

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