Weekly Bible Reading for November 21-27: Vayeshev (And He Settled)

This coming week, November 21-27 (17-23 Kislev 5782), the Bible reading plan covers the portion Vayeshev (And He Settled).

21 Nov Genesis 37:1-11 1 Samuel 20:1-42 Matthew 26:51-75 Psalm 30:1-12
22 Nov Genesis 37:12-22 1 Samuel 21:1-22:23 Matthew 27:1-23 Proverbs 6:1-11
23 Nov Genesis 37:23-36 1 Samuel 23:1-24:22 Matthew 27:24-44 Proverbs 6:12-19
24 Nov Genesis 38:1-30 1 Samuel 25:1-44 Matthew 27:45-66 Proverbs 6:20-26
25 Nov Genesis 39:1-6 1 Samuel 26:1-27:12 Matthew 28:1-20 Proverbs 6:27-35
26 Nov Genesis 39:7-23 1 Samuel 28:1-29:11 Mark 1:1-22 Psalm 31:1-14
27 Nov Genesis 40:1-23 Amos 2:6-3:8 Mark 1:23-45 Psalm 31:15-24

The complete annual Bible reading plan for 2021-22 (Hebrew year 5782) is available at this link:

Weekly Bible Reading for November 14-20: Vayishlach (And He Sent)

This coming week, November 14-20 (10-16 Kislev 5782), the Bible reading plan covers the portion Vayishlach (And He Sent).

14 Nov Gen 32:3-12 1 Samuel 13:15-14:23 Matthew 24:15-31 Proverbs 5:1-6
15 Nov Gen 32:13-29 1 Samuel 14:24-15:11 Matthew 24:32-51 Proverbs 5:7-14
16 Nov Gen 32:30-33:5 1 Samuel 15:12-16:23 Matthew 25:1-13 Proverbs 5:15-23
17 Nov Gen 33:6-20 1 Samuel 17:1-43 Matthew 25:14-30 Psalm 26:1-12
18 Nov Gen 34:1-35:13 1 Samuel 17:44-18:16 Matthew 25:31-46 Psalm 27:1-14
19 Nov Gen 35:14-36:19 1 Samuel 18:17-19:24 Matthew 26:1-25 Psalm 28:1-9
20 Nov Gen 36:20-43 Obadiah 1:1-21 Matthew 26:26-50 Psalm 29:1-11

The complete annual Bible reading plan for 2021-22 (Hebrew year 5782) is available at this link:

Weekly Bible Reading for November 7-13: Vayetze (And He Went Out)

This coming week, November 7-13 (3-9 Kislev 5782), the Bible reading plan covers the portion Vayetze (And He Went Out).

07 Nov Genesis 28:10-22 1 Samuel 2:12-3:21 Matthew 21:1-22 Psalm 22:1-11
08 Nov Genesis 29:1-17 1 Samuel 4:1-6:21 Matthew 21:23-46 Psalm 22:12-21
09 Nov Genesis 29:18-30:13 1 Samuel 7:1-8:22 Matthew 22:1-22 Psalm 22:22-31
10 Nov Genesis 30:14-27 1 Samuel 9:1-10:8 Matthew 22:23-46 Psalm 23:1-6
11 Nov Genesis 30:28-31:16 1 Samuel 10:9-11:15 Matthew 23:1-22 Psalm 24:1-10
12 Nov Genesis 31:17-42 1 Samuel 12:1-13:14 Matthew 23:23-39 Psalm 25:1-11
13 Nov Genesis 31:43-32:2 Hosea 12:12-14:9 Matthew 24:1-14 Psalm 25:12-22

The complete annual Bible reading plan for 2021-22 (Hebrew year 5782) is available at this link:

Weekly Bible Reading for October 31-November 6: Toldot (Generations)

This coming week, October 31-November 6 (25 Cheshvan-2 Kislev 5782), the Bible reading plan covers the portion Toldot (Generations).

31 Oct Genesis 25:19-26:5 Judges 16:1-17:13 Matthew 17:14-27 Psalm 18:37-50
01 Nov Genesis 26:6-12 Judges 18:1-31 Matthew 18:1-20 Psalm 19:1-14
02 Nov Genesis 26:13-22 Judges 19:1-30 Matthew 18:21-35 Psalm 20:1-9
03 Nov Genesis 26:23-29 Judges 20:1-48 Matthew 19:1-15 Proverbs 4:1-9
04 Nov Genesis 26:30-27:27 Judges 21:1-25 Matthew 19:16-30 Proverbs 4:10-19
05 Nov Genesis 27:28-28:4 1 Samuel 1:1-2:11 Matthew 20:1-16 Proverbs 4:20-27
06 Nov Genesis 28:5-9 Malachi 1:1-2:7 Matthew 20:17-34 Psalm 21:1-13

The complete annual Bible reading plan for 2021-22 (Hebrew year 5782) is available at this link:

The World’s Missing Heart – A Plague of Not Pining for the Temple – YouTube

Plagues have always been part of our human story. In fact, medical disorders that inflict large parts of a population have been known since ancient times, and even enter into the biblical narrative. Is there any significance to these periodic occurrences? Does God ever use them to get our attention?

Rabbi Chaim Eisen of Zion Biblical Studies has some thoughts on that subject in connection with the current pandemic. In this video teaching, he weaves together some fascinating data points from the accounts of 1 and 2 Samuel, Lamentations, and the present day. Is it possible that God is trying to get our attention, saying that His Temple in Jerusalem is much more important than we thought?

Rabbi Eisen is one of our Jewish partners with Nations’ 9th of Av. He presented this teaching as part of our Virtual Tour of Israel, which began with our observance of Tisha b’Av (the 9th of Av), the fast of the fifth month, which in 2020 coincides with July 29-30. Why are Christians observing this Jewish fast? It’s part of making things right between two parts of God’s covenant people who have been at enmity for far too long. To find out more, please visit www.9-av.com.

via The World’s Missing Heart – A Plague of Not Pining for the Temple – YouTube

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