Weekly Torah Reading Commentaries
Our commentaries search the Bible’s Messages for the Return of the Lost House of 10-Israel and their reconciliation with Judah – i.e. The Geulah or Redemption of Israel.
Parashot and Haftarot
The Annual reading Cycle of the Scriptures
Parashiyot (singular Parashah) – 52 weekly sections of the Torah (first 5 Books of the Bible) read on an annual recurring basis according to an ancient Jewish program. Each Parashah is named after the first Hebrew word of that section, e.g starting the annual program after the festival of Succot from Genesis 1:1: “In the beginning” – Bereisheet – thus named Parashat ‘Bereisheet’.
Haftarot (singular haftarah) – from the root פטר p-t-r ‘to conclude’) is the name given to certain biblical selections (from the Bible Books of Prophecies mainly) which are read after the Parashah of the day at Shabbat and festival services. It stems from an ancient set program compiled by the Jewish Sages to accompany the 52 week Cycle of Parashot. the never ending and constantly repeating Reading and Study Cycle invigorates Bible students with a special chain-like Message of Redemption – leading up to the Final Redemption, the Restoration of Israel and the establishment of the Universal Kingdom of the God of Israel, the Creator.
Amazing Prophetic fulfillment
As we have seen with 9th Av Prophecy, there has been a historic continuing fulfillment of awesome happenings right up to and in this Time that we are living and approaching the Final Redemption. Similarly, it is no less than supernatural how the Biblical Message and Guidance of the weekly Parashot Cycles are fulfilled in current weekly World News Events and the progressive advancement towards Final Redemption of the Nation and Land of Israel and its Message serving as a Light unto the Nations.
Of course, in the end, it is the individual personal involvement and spiritual development that is important to us all. While weekly Rabbinic commentaries on the Parashot are in abundance, eased by the Internet communications these days, there seems to be a neglected area of a lack of weekly commentaries on the accompanying Haftarot and their guidance for us towards Final Redemption. We shall therefore endeavour in our weekly Newsletter to seek and present such Scriptural guidance from the abundant informed Torah sources that are available to us today and correlate it to current News events where possible.
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Parshat Vayigash It is commonly accepted in Judaism (and the Sages of antiquity wrote much about it), that the Bible Story of Joseph in the Sedrah of Parashat Vayigash Gen. 44:18-47:27) refers to the exile of the 10 Tribes of Israel and the eventual reuniting of the family of Jacob (12 sons) after they discover […]
Torah and Tanach prophecies are clear and emphatic that the Ten Tribes will “Return” to their ancient Heritage. Jewish Sages throughout the ages have interpreted these Prophecies to indicate a Return, both to Torah observance and to the physical Land of Israel – the Land of their Fathers. This process is referred to as “the […]
The Declaration of the State of Israel on 14th May, 1948 saw the fulfillment of this Prophecy. The Rebirth of Israel as a Homeland for the Jews in exile around the world, would be the forerunner for the eventual fulfillment of the Biblically foretold establishment of the Reunited 12-Tribed Kingdom of Israel. One Day […]
Apocrypha (from the Greek word ἀπόκρυφα, meaning “those having been hidden away” are texts of uncertain authenticity or writings where the authorship is questioned. In Judeo-Christian theology the term apocrypha refers to any collection of scriptural texts that falls outside the canon. Given that different denominations have different ideas about what constitutes canonical scripture, there […]
The true interpretation of ‘The Servant of G-d’
holds a bold Reawakening Message for
both Judaism and Christianity.
The Divine Clues given in the Scriptures
take on renewed meaning in the light of
the current World wide Phenomenon
of a historic first, Torah Revolution amongst non-Jews.
It holds exuberant implications for
the approaching End-Time Geulah.
Prose Poem by OvadYah Avrahami – Proposing a Scriptural answer to the popular objection that G-d in His Divine eminence does NOT need man. Does G-d need man to achieve His Purpose? Or will He do it all by Himself? Does G-d need YOU? – or are you just another spec in the greater picture […]