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Rastafari Sabbath Rss#30 | Kedoshim | JAH Holy Saints | #BlackJews @LOJSociety

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Kedoshim | ?????? | "Holy" ???? | Q’dusan [Qiddusan]
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1. Torah Reading

Leviticus 19:1-20:27

  • 1.1 First reading — Leviticus 19:1–14
  • 1.2 Second reading — Leviticus 19:15–22
  • 1.3 Third reading — Leviticus 19:23–32
  • 1.4 Fourth reading — Leviticus 19:33–37
  • 1.5 Fifth reading — Leviticus 20:1–7
  • 1.6 Sixth reading — Leviticus 20:8–22
  • 1.7 Seventh reading — Leviticus 20:23–27

2. Prophets Reading

Amos 9:7-15

3. New Testament Reading

1 Pet 1:13-16; 1 Cor 6:9-20

Portion Outline - TORAH

  • Leviticus 19:1 | Ritual and Moral Holiness
  • Leviticus 20:1 | Penalties for Violations of Holiness

Portion Outline - PROPHETS

  • Amos 9:1 | The Destruction of Israel
  • Amos 9:11 | The Restoration of David's Kingdom

Portion Summary

The thirtieth reading from the Torah and seventh reading from Leviticus is named Kedoshim (??????), which mean “holy.” The title comes from the words in Leviticus 19:2, which says, “You shall be holy, for I the LORD your God am holy.” Leviticus 19 describes the holy community through a series of specific commandments. Leviticus 20 warns against the snares of sexual immorality and idolatry, mandating a death penalty for certain sins. Except in biblical leap years, Kedoshim is read on the same Sabbath as the previous reading, Acharei Mot.

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