Noah – נח
October 9, 2021
Genesis 6:9-11:32; Isaiah 54:1-55:5; Matthew 24:36-44
Torah Portion “נח/Noach” which is “Noah” in English and means “rest/comforter” begins, “This is the genealogy of Noaḥ. Noaḥ was a righteous man, perfect in his generations. Noaḥ walked with Elohim.”
The days of Noah are a point of reference for the end days. In the reading of our scripture, we see that the sin of the world had finally reached to Heaven and Hashem decided to wipe out all creation, save eight. But unrighteousness still existed, then just as it does now.
The world was extremely wicked, so Hashem raised up a leader to guide, lead, and instruct the world to His Torah. Noah was to restore righteousness and bring life to a wicked world. But the world did not want justice! Everyone did what was right in their own eyes, and liked it that way. Pastor Richard teaches about how Hashem walked with Noah.
May this teaching bring you shalom.
This week our Haftorah teaching is delivered by Ro’ah Alpha from Isaiah 54:1-55:5 and the New Covenant teaching is delivered by Brother Mark from Matthew 24:36-44.
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