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Nitzavim(Standing) D’Varim/Deut. 29:9-30:20

Torah Portion: Nitzavim(Standing) D’Varim/Deut. 29:9-30:20

Haftorah Reading Isaiah 61:10-63:9

Today I would like to begin with a few thoughts on Rosh HaShanah or Yom HaTeruah. I read an article this week that has stayed with me all week. I pray it will impact you as well. It is especially appropriate for this time in G-d’s calendar.

What was the first question in history that G-d asked? You probably quickly thought of the question G-d asked Adam and Eve after their sin. We read where G-d came into the garden in Genesis 3:9, “And the L-rd G-d called to Adam and said to him, where are you?”

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Ki Tavo(When You Come)D’Varim(Deut.) 26:1-29:8

Torah Portion: Ki Tavo(When You Come)D’Varim(Deut.) 26:1-29:8

Haftorah Reading: Isaiah 60:1-22

Today we read a Torah portion full of things we could spend time talking about. However, I have picked a couple for us to discuss. In the very beginning of the Torah portion, D’Varim 26:1-11, we read Moshe’s instructions for the celebration of one of the major holidays. It was to be celebrated for the first time when the people crossed over into the land. This holiday is Shavuot or Weeks. We read what the people were to do when they were settled in the land.

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Ki Tetze(When You Go Out)D’Varim(Deut.) 21:10-25:19

Torah Portion: Ki Tetze(When You Go Out)D’Varim(Deut.) 21:10-25:19

Haftorah Reading: Isaiah 54:1-10

This week we read a Torah portion that we could spend weeks studying. It contains commandments that touch us all. However, I will only choose a few for our study today. One topic that is very important is how we as G-d’s people view money. Do we love money more than our fellow man? Does the Heavenly Father ever reveal a need He wants us to help with and we ignore the situation?

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