If you are relatively new to keeping Torah, you may have heard of Torah portions, but aren’t really sure what they are. This post will give you a basic understanding of Torah portions, and how you can use them to build a solid spiritual foundation in your home. What are
Welcome to Torah portion Shoftim Shoftim means Judges. Scripture passage: Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9 Read Aloud from My First Torah Torah teaches us much about how to live right. Torah also shows us how a country would look if everyone obeyed Torah. First, it would be a country where everyone is treated
Welcome to Torah portion Ekev Ekev means Consequence. Scripture passage: Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25 Read Aloud from My First Torah Moses reminded the people that when they obey, YHVH blesses them. YHVH made a covenant, a promise, with them. He would love and bless them. He would give them many children. He
Welcome to Torah portion Pinchas Pinchas means Phinehas Scripture passage: Numbers 25:10-30:1 Read Aloud from My First Torah Phinehas did the right thing by killing the wicked people in the camp. Because he obeyed YHVH, YHVH made a covenant with him and his descendants. They would always serve as priests.