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This Week's Portion #31

Emor | ???? | "Say!" ??? ????? | B’leh [N’gerachew]

1. Torah Reading

Leviticus 21:1-24:23

2. Prophets Reading

Ezekiel 44:15-31

3. New Testament Reading

1 Peter 2:4-10

Portion Outline - TORAH

Leviticus 21:1 | The Holiness of Priests
Leviticus 22:1 | The Use of Holy Offerings
Leviticus 22:17 | Acceptable Offerings
Leviticus 23:1 | Appointed Festivals
Leviticus 23:3 | The Sabbath, Passover, and Unleavened Bread
Leviticus 23:9 | The Offering of First Fruits
Leviticus 23:15 | The Festival of Weeks
Leviticus 23:23 | The Festival of Trumpets
Leviticus 23:26 | The Day of Atonement
Leviticus 23:33 | The Festival of Booths
Leviticus 24:1 | The Lamp
Leviticus 24:5 | The Bread for the Tabernacle
Leviticus 24:10 | Blasphemy and Its Punishment

Portion Outline - PROPHETS

Ezekiel 44:15 | The Levitical Priests

Portion Commentary The LORD's Appointed Times
Thought for the Week: The appointed times can be called a cycle because they recur in a cyclical fashion, creating patterns and rhythms in time. The Sabbath creates a weekly cycle. The festivals occur annually. Each appointed time teaches unique lessons about Messiah, salvation, redemption, sanctification and our relationship with God. Each time we keep one of God's appointed times, it is an opportunity to spiritually elevate ourselves, drawing ever closer to God.

For Entire Commentary Visit: https://rastafarigroundation.org/this-weeks-reading-ends-5-18-19/

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