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Hanukkah!

The eight-day feast of Hanukkah, a festival of lights, occurs in the darkest time of year. It commemorates the rededication of the Temple in 165 B.C. after it was cleansed by Judas Maccabeus when the Jews prevailed against the Seleucid … Continue reading

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December 9, 2018 – Lev. 26:3 – 26:13 – Blessings for Obedience

Torah Reading: Leviticus 26:3–13 – Blessings for Obedience Psalm 89:16-19 Haftarah: Isaiah 1:19-20, 24-28, 31 + 2:1,5 Notes on Leviticus 26:3–13 Notes on Psalm 89:16-19

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December 2, 2018 – Lev. 25:35 – 26:2 – Treatment and Redemption of Slaves

Torah readings: Leviticus 25:35 – 26:2 – Treatment and Redemption of Slaves Psalm 89:6-15 Haftarah: Isaiah 35:3-10 Ezekiel 18:17-23, 30-32 Notes on Leviticus 25:35 – 26:2 Contentment vs Covetousness Notes on Psalm 89:6-15 (5-14) Notes on Isaiah 35:3-10 and Ezekiel 18:17-23, 30-32

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November 25, 2018 – Lev. 25:1-34 – Sabbatical and Jubilee Years

Torah Reading: Leviticus 25:1-34 – Sabbatical and Jubilee Years Psalm 89:1-5 Haftarah: Isaiah 24:2-8, 13-15 Ezekiel 18:7-14, 31-32 Notes on Leviticus 25:1-34 Jesus, Economics and the Jubilee Year Notes on Psalm 89:1-5 Notes on Isaiah 24:2-8, 13-15 and Ezekiel 18:7-14, 31-32

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November 18, 2018 – Lev. 24:1–23 – Menorah, showbread, and blasphemy

Torah Reading: Leviticus 24:1–23 (25:13) – Menorah, showbread, and blasphemy [Although it’s listed as part of this week’s reading, we will study Leviticus 25:1-13 with the rest of the passages regarding the sabbatical and jubilee years next week] Psalm 88 … Continue reading

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