14 Aviv 5781
March 27, 2021
Here are the Torah, Haftarah and suggested Brit Chadasha (New Testament) and Tehillim (Psalms) readings for this week.
• Leviticus 6:1(8)-8:36
• Jeremiah 7:21-8:3, 9:22(23)-23(24)
• Mark 12:28-34
• Hebrews 9:11-28
• Psalm 107
Let them praise Adonai for His mercy, and His wonders for the children of men. Let them sacrifice thank offerings and tell of His works with joyful singing.
(Psalms 107:21-22 TLV)
The seven aliyot readings from the Torah begin at these verses:
- Leviticus 6:1(6:8)
- Leviticus 6:12(19)
- Leviticus 7:11
- Leviticus 8:1
- Leviticus 8:14
- Leviticus 8:22
- Leviticus 8:30
Maftir: Leviticus 8:33
The Key People include Moshe (Moses), Aharon (Aaron), and Aharon’s (Aaron’s) sons.
The Scene is the wilderness of Sinai.
The Main Events include the LORD‘s for the burnt offering, grain offering, sin offering, trespass offering, and peace offerings; dressing Aharon and his sons in priestly garments, anointing the tabernacle, the seven-day period while the priests remain in the tabernacle; and Aharon and sons doing all the LORD has commanded by the hand of Moshe.
Adonai spoke to Moses, saying: “Command Aaron and his sons, saying: This is the Torah of the burnt offering. The burnt offering should remain on the hearth atop the altar all night until the morning, while the fire of the altar is kept burning on it. The kohen is to put on his linen garment, with his linen undergarments on his body. He is to remove the fat ashes from where the fire has consumed the burnt offering on the altar and put them beside the altar. Then he is to take off his garments, put on other ones, and carry the ashes outside the camp to a clean place. The fire on the altar is to be kept burning on it—it must not go out. Each morning the kohen is to burn wood on it, laying the burnt offering in order upon it, and burning up as smoke the fat of the fellowship offerings. Fire is to be kept burning on the altar continually—it must not go out.
(Leviticus 6:1-6 TLV)
Thus says Adonai: “Let not the wise boast in his wisdom nor the mighty boast in his might nor the rich glory in his riches. But let one who boasts boast in this: that he understands and knows Me. For I am Adonai who exercises lovingkindness, justice and righteousness on earth. For in these things I delight.” It is a declaration of Adonai.
(Jeremiah 9:22-23 TLV)
The Brit Chadasha
“Well said, Teacher,” the Torah scholar said to Him. “You have spoken the truth, that He is echad, and besides Him there is no other! And ‘to love Him with all the heart, with all the understanding, and with all the strength,’ and ‘to love the neighbor as oneself,’ is much more than all burnt offerings and sacrifices.” When Yeshua saw that he had answered wisely, He said to him, “You are not far from the kingdom of God.” And no one dared any longer to question Him.
(Mark 12:32-34 TLV)
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 various sources. Suggested Psalm readings are from the Messianic Siddur for Shabbat by Daniel Perek. The Key People, The Scenes, and The Main Events are taken from the Walk! series of Messianic Devotion Commentaries by Dr. Jeffrey Enoch Feinberg. Scripture taken from the Tree of Life Version (TLV) © 2015 by the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society. Used by permission of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society.