Parasha for the Week:  Lech Lecha Genesis 12:1 - 17:27
Aftarah for the Week:  Isaiah 40:27 - 41:16
Besorat Yeshua:   Mark 10:28 - 40

Overview
Ten generations have passed since Noach. Man has descended spiritually.
In the year 1948 from Creation, Avram is born. By observing the world, Avram comes to recognize G-d's existence, and thus merits that G-d appear to him.
At the beginning of this weeks Torah portion G-d tells Avram to leave his land, his relatives and his father's house and travel to an unknown land where G-d will make him into a great nation.
Avram leaves, taking with him his wife Sarai, his nephew Lot, their servants, and those whom they converted to faith in G-d.

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Parasha for the Week: Noach:  Genesis 6:9 - 11:32
Aftarah for the Week:  Isaiah 54:1 - 55:5
Besorat Yeshua:   Mark 10:17 - 27

Overview
It is ten generations since the creation of the first human.
Adam's descendants have corrupted the world with immorality, idolatry and robbery, and G-d resolves to bring a flood which will destroy all the earth's inhabitants except for the righteous Noach, his family and sufficient animals to re-populate the earth.

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weeklyParasha for the Week: Bereshit: Gen:1:1 – 6:8
Haftarah for the Week: Isaiah 42:5 – 43:10
Apostolic Writings: Mark 10:1 - 16

Overview:
In the beginning, G-d creates the entire universe, including time itself, out of nothingness. This process of creation continues for six days.

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There is no reading of the regular Parasha this Shabbat because it is the feast of Sukkoth and there are special readings for the week.
Here are the reading for this period of feast:

1st Day: September 24
Torah: Leviticus 22:26-23:44
Maftir: Numbers 29:12-16
Haftara: Zechariah 14:1-21

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Parasha for the Week: Haazinu: Deut:32:1 - 30
Haftarah for the Week: Hosea 14:2 – 10; Joel 2:15 – 27; Micah 7:18 - 20
Apostolic Writings: 1 Corinthians 10:14 - 22

Overview:

Almost all of Ha’azinu is a song or a poem, written in the Torah in two parallel columns. Moshe summons the heavens and the earth to stand as eternal witnesses to what will happen if the Jewish People sin and do not obey the Torah.

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Parasha for the Week: Vayelech: Deut:31:1 - 30
Haftarah for the Week: Isaiah 55:6 – 56:8
Apostolic Writings: 2Peter 3:1 - 13

Overview:
On this last days of his life, Moshe goes from tent to tent throughout the camp, bidding farewell to his beloved people, encouraging them to keep the faith.

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Parasha for the Week:  Netzavim Vayalech Deuteronomy 29:9 - 31:20
Haftarah for the Week:  Isaiah 61:10 - 63:9; Isaiah 55:6 - 56:8
Besorat Yeshua:   Mark 8:14 - 9:1

Overview
Netzavim   Deuteronomy 29:9 - 30:20
On the last day of his life, Moshe gathers together all the people in a final exhortation.
The covenant includes not only those who are present, but even those generations yet unborn.

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Parasha for the Week: Ki Tavo Deuteronomy 26:1 – 29:8
Haftara for the Week: Isaiah 60:1 - 22
Besorat Yeshua: Mark 8:1 - 13

Overview
When Bnei Yisrael dwell in the Land of Israel, its first fruits are to be taken to the Temple and given to the kohen in a ceremony expressing recognition that it is G-d who guides the history of the Jewish People throughout all ages.

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