Next Shabbat, January 11th Messianic Torah portion B’Shalach (in Hebrew it means “When he let go!”):  Exodus 13:17 – 17:16; Judges 4:4 – 5:31; Psalm 66; Matthew 5.

Messianic Torah Portion Beshalach

Daily Torah Reading:

1st section of Parsha B’Shalach, (Exodus 13:17-14:8) January 5th

2nd section of Parsha B’Shalach, (Exodus 14:9-14:14) January 6th

3rd section of Parsha B’Shalach, (Exodus 14:15-14:25) January 7th

4th section of Parsha B’Shalach, (Exodus 14:26-15:26) January 8th

5th section of Parsha B’Shalach, (Exodus 15:27-16:10) January 9th

6th section of Parsha B’Shalach, (Exodus 16:11-16:36) January 10th

7th section of Parsha B’Shalach, (Exodus 17:1-17:16) January 11th

Torah Studies for Children:




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:  Shocken Bible.  I like having a book to hold, but if you want to read it online, here is a pdf.

2012 – 2013: Onkelos.  This is a GREAT set of 5 books.  I refer back to these regularly.

2009 – 2012: Stone’s Chumash

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.

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)!

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!


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