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RasTafari Sabbath Metzora | Rss#28 The Leper | #BlackJews @LOJSociety

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1. Torah Reading

Leviticus 14:1-15:33

  • 1.1 First reading — Leviticus 14:1–12
  • 1.2 Second reading — Leviticus 14:13–20
  • 1.3 Third reading — Leviticus 14:21–32
  • 1.4 Fourth reading — Leviticus 14:33–53
  • 1.5 Fifth reading — Leviticus 14:54–15:15
  • 1.6 Sixth reading — Leviticus 15:16–28
  • 1.7 Seventh reading — Leviticus 15:29–33

2. Prophets Reading

2 Kings 7:3-20

3. New Testament Reading

Matthew 8:1-17

Portion Outline - TORAH

  • Leviticus 14:1 | Purification of Lepers and Leprous Houses
  • Leviticus 15:1 | Concerning Bodily Discharges

Portion Outline - PROPHETS

  • 2 Kings 7:3 | The Arameans Flee

Portion Summary

The twenty-eighth reading from the Torah is Metzora (?????), a word that means “leper.” The word appears in the second verse of the reading, which says, “This shall be the law of the leper in the day of his cleansing” (Leviticus 14:2). Leviticus 14 spells out the complex purification rituals for the cleansing of a leper and a leprous home. Leviticus 15 briefly covers the laws regarding ritual unfitness stemming from bodily emissions. Except in biblical calendar leap years, Metzora is read together with the previous Torah portion, Tazria, on the same Sabbath.

 

 

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