February 15th Messianic Torah Portion Ki Tisa

Next Shabbat, February 15th Messianic Torah portion Ki Tisa (in Hebrew it means “where you elevate”):  Exodus 30:11-34:35; 1 Kings 18:1-39; Psalm 75; Matthew 9:35-11:1

Torah Portion Ki Tisa

Daily Torah Reading:

1st section of Parsha Ki Tisa, (Exodus 30:11-31:17) Sunday, February 9th

2nd section of Parsha Ki Tisa, (Exodus 31:18-33:11)  Monday, February 10th

3rd section of Parsha Ki Tisa, (Exodus 33:12-33:16)  Tuesday, February 11th

4th section of Parsha Ki Tisa, (Exodus 33:17-33:23)  Wednesday, February 12th

5th section of Parsha Ki Tisa, (Exodus 34:1-34:9)  Thursday, February 13th

6th section of Parsha Ki Tisa, (Exodus 34:10-34:26)  Friday February 14th

7th section of Parsha Ki Tisa, (Exodus 34:27-34:35)  Shabbat, February 15th

Torah Studies for Children:

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Tools for Adults Studying Torah

I highly recommend reading scripture each year from a different Hebraic translation. Below are the different versions I’ve read:

2013 – 2014 Torah Cycle:  Shocken Bible.  I have to tell you I DO NOT like the commentary part, but I love the language of the Scriptures. Just being honest in my evaluation of the translation.  I like having a book to hold, but if you want to read it online, here is a pdf.

2012 – 2013 Torah Cycle: Onkelos. This is a GREAT set of 5 books.  I refer back to these regularly.  It is my favorite. Period.

2009 – 2012 Torah Cycle: Stone’s Chumash.  My second favorite.

I use the Complete Jewish Bible online all the time for reference.  If you are like me, I need to hold a book!  Here is one on Amazon.

I have several different sets of commentary (Onkelos and Stone’s Chumash are my favorites for the Torah Portions).  For the Tanakh (rest of the Old Testament), I use Keil and Delitzsch. You can get this MUCH cheaper than this price at Amazon, but wanted you to see what it is and you can search for a better price.

In my humble opinion, the absolute BEST translation of the Gospels is Delitzsch’s Hebrew Gospels.

Again, I use many different translations, but this is one I use regularly Complete Jewish Bible as well as The Scriptures.

Just about anything from Artscroll… I could go broke at this store! (Note, if you visit this store on Shabbat, they will be closed… they honor the Sabbath)!

eSword.  It is a free Bible Study Software.  I got mine from this church years ago and have never received one piece of junk mail due to it. This software has multiple version of scripture (and you know how I love to read different translations) including KJV, Scriptures, JPS, Peshitta, etc. And it has several different lexicons including Strongs, BDB and Thayers.  I highly recommend you get this software and it is free.

Blue Letter Bible.  Is a website that I take the Strong’s number from eSword and go search to see how the word has been used in other verses. It has the Gesenius’ definition of Hebrew words, which I just love!

Commentaries for Torah Portions:

Lists of Messianic Commentary on Torah Portions:

Torah Portion studies for Children: **

I am always looking for my next year’s translation to read Torah from.  If you have a great Hebraic perspective Bible that I did not list here, please leave me a comment below!

Until next week… Shalom Mishpocha!

Trish

 

 


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