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Welcome to our study of this
week’s Torah portion, which is called Parasha Behaalotecha (When You
Behaalotecha, Beha’alotecha, Beha’alothekha, orBehaaloscha (Hebrew:בְּהַעֲלֹתְךָ), the 36th weekly
portion of the Torah (Hebrewפָּרָשָׁה- Parasha or
parsha / parscià) in the cycle of the Jewish annual biblical readings from the
Pentateuch, the third in the Book of Numbers. It represents the “step up” (Numbers 8:
Did you know that there are
people today who trace their lineage back to the line of King David?
In reading this article let us
keep in mind that:
1. Jews do not believe that
the Messiah has come
2. The Messiah himself, must
come from the line of David, the root of Jesse 3. The Messiah will come to the
Third Temple in Jerusalem.
A modern-day Malkhut Beit David (מלכותביתדוד), Kingdom of the
House of David, which is comprised of the male
descendants of King David is hoping to file a lawsuit claiming ownership of
this ancient Biblical site.
The Messianic Bible is Based upon the Dead Sea Scroll and the Aleppo Codex.
In early 1947, just before Israel miraculously became an independent nation, two Bedouin boys found the most important archaeological discovery of the 20th century, the first of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Considered the oldest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible, they date back to at least 150 BC. These amazing scrolls are still considered to be some of the most important historical and religious documents ever discovered.
Wednesday: Eliciting the Supernatural
Adar II 20, 5776 · March 30, 2016
Fourth Reading: Leviticus 10:12–15
Moses comforted Aaron and his sons over the death of Nadav and Avihu. Even though it is normally forbidden for a priest who is in mourning to officiate, Moses instructed Aaron and his two surviving sons to continue with the sacrificial service – including eating their designated portions of the sacrifices – as an exceptional case.
Eliciting the Supernatural
(וַאֲכַלְתֶּם אֹתָהּ .
The Pharisees and the Herodians Conspire Against Yeshua,
by James Tissot
"After He has
suffered, He will see the light of life and be satisfied; by His knowledge My
Righteous Servant will justify many, and He will bear their
iniquities." (Isaiah 53:11)
”He was despised and
rejected by mankind, a Man of suffering, and familiar with pain. Like one
from whom people hide their faces He was despised, and we held Him in low
esteem.” (Isaiah 53:3)