Torah Portion readings and the associated Haftarah readings generally follow the Stone Edition Chumash and/or the Complete Jewish Bible. Verse numbering generally follows the Hebrew tradition, and where modern Christian traditions differ those verse numbers are shown in parentheses (). Haftarah readings generally follow the Ashkenazi tradition. Where the Sephardic tradition differs, the Haftarah portions are designated as (A) and (S). Suggested New Testament readings are taken from the Walk! series of Messianic Devotion Commentaries by Dr. Jeffrey Enoch Feinberg.

 

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Nitsavim-Vayelech

September 12

Nitsavim
Deuteronomy 29:9(10)-30:20
Isaiah 61:10-63:9
John 15:1-11

Vayelech
Deuteronomy 31:1-30
No Haftarah is read with Vayelech when it is combined with Nitsavim.
The regular Haftarah is instead read withHa’azinu on Shabbat Shuvah.

Romans 10:1-17

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Date:
September 12

For convenience, these are presented here using the Gregorian calendar.  You are encouraged to reset your thinking, especially with regard to the Torah cycle and the Appointed Times, according to the Biblical months.  For a calendar based on these months, go here.