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Parsha Pairing Podcast

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The Parsha Pairings Podcast provides you with a weekly summary, a common thread and a few special nuggets of truth from the Bible.
 
                                        The weekly Torah portion or parsha

(Hebrew: פָּרָשָׁה, means “portion”) is defined as a section of a Biblical book in the Masoretic text of the Tanakh or Hebrew Scriptures. The Torah is traditionally divided into 54 parshas. Each weekly Torah portion adopts its name from one of the first unique words in the Hebrew text. The traditional annual cycle begins and ends with the Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah which follows the Feasts of Tabernacles.

As followers of Yeshua (Jesus) the messiah, we have added a New Testament portion to each of the traditional readings. 

Parsha Parings Podcast

Exodus

Leviticus

  • VAYIKRA

  • TZAV

  • SHEMINI

  • TAZRIA

  • METZORA

  • TAZRIA-METZORA

  • ACHAREI MOT

  • KEDOSHIM

  • ACHAREI MOT-KEDOSHIM

  • EMOR

  • BEHAR

  • BECHUKOTAI

  • BEHAR-BECHUKOTAI

Numbers

  • BAMIDBAR

  • NASSO

  • BEHA'ALOTCHA

  • SHELACH

  • KORACH

  • CHUKAT

  • BALAK

  • CHUKAT-BALAK

  • PINCHAS

  • MATTOT

  • MASSEI

  • MATTOT-MASSEI

Deuteronomy

  • DEVARIM

  • VA'ETCHANAN

  • EKEV

  • RE'EH

  • SHOFTIM

  • KI TETZE

  • KI TAVO

  • NITZAVIM

  • VAYELECH

  • NITZAVIM-VAYELECH

  • HA'AZINU

  • VEZOT HABRACHA

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