Bechukotai – בחקתי
May 28, 2022
Leviticus 26:3-27:34; Jeremiah 16:19-17:14; John 14:15-21
Torah Portion “בחקתי/Bechukotai” which means “In My Statutes.”
This week’s portion covers Leviticus 26:3-27:34, and begins, “‘If you walk in My laws and guard My commands, and shall do them,'”
Why does it seem as if the whole world is cursed? This week’s Torah portion is relevant to the current times and may hold some answers. To the degree we continue to act contrary to the Torah (His ways), He will act with hostility toward us and deliver us into the hands of our enemies. What can we, as Torah observant believers in Yeshua, do to mitigate the curses destined for the whole world? Why is dissatisfaction a curse? What does faith look like when we are experiencing drought and famine? Our attitude should be submission to His statutes with a humble heart and obedient spirit to bring the favor of Hashem. What does it mean, “ten women will bake your bread in one oven?” How is attitude related to mental health? Is there hope for the faithful followers of Hashem who live amongst the nations of the world? Ro’eh Richard answers these questions and more in our Torah Portion Bechukotai.
This week our Haftorah teaching is delivered by Pastor Richard from Jeremiah 16:19-17:14, and the New Covenant E-drash is delivered by Brother Mark from John 14:15-21.
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