Photo by Haley Black on Pexels.com Behar-Bechukotai Leviticus 25:1-27:34 Behar-Bechukotai is the last portion of Leviticus. Return - The connection between rest and freedom God made the land he knows the land, he loves his creation. The Lord formed man from the dust of the earth, he cares deeply for the earth. He is the … Continue reading Return, Remember, Obey
Category: Torah Portions
Here you will find commentary on Torah portions from a Messianic Perspective. The Torah is rich with meaning and understanding for today’s believer, reveals God’s character to us, Reveals Christ to us and in no way is made obsolete. The Psalmist reminds us that the word of God is perfect, and Jesus reminds us that he did not come to abolish the Law.
Each One is to Be Holy to his God
Parsha Emor - “speak” Leviticus 21-24 The main idea of the portion EMOR, is holiness and purity, the purity and holiness of priests, days and offerings. The concept of holiness is revealed through repetition. For example: God is speaking to Moses and instructing Moses to speak to Aaron, who is then to tell the children … Continue reading Each One is to Be Holy to his God