Parashah Lech L’Cha Complete

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Parashah Lech Lecha
Genesis 12:1 - 17:27
Isaiah 40:27 - 41:16

This Parashah covers the covenant promise to Abram if he leaves his country, the split between Lot and Abram, the war with the capture of Lot and Abram's rescuing of Lot, the covenant of the pieces with Abram, the birth of Ishmael, and the covenant of circumcision.

This posting includes multiple years of Torah portions done by Wisdom in Torah.  This includes:

  • The original 2010-2011 portions
  • The Ancient Near Eastern Text (ANET) portions
  • The 2013-2014 Torah Nugget
  • The 2014-2015 Torah Cycle
  • NEW - Brit Portion
  • Resources
  • Downloads

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56 COMMENTS

  1. Ancients regarded a man having no honor without Land. Eqypt wrote of the Iburu, an Abaru has wanders having no land, sounds similar to Ibiru, or Hebrew. Showing Yehova’s Great Compassion and desire to lift up the down and out.

  2. Rico, Special thanks to you and everybody for the time, effort, and study to make such great teachings available for all of us. I just listened to the Brit Portion and what a blessing that has been because it makes sense. Things are falling into place and I am connecting the dots – finally. I am learning so much from your ministry and I am truly blessed. Shalom!

  3. Thanks so much Rico Cortes and team for the rich and profound material you guys are delivering to us. I have been extremely blessed and enlightened by doing the torah portions with all the in-depth of its content. May Abba continuously blessings and providing to this ministry. Shalom to all !

  4. Because Yeshua lived, died, was buried, and resurrected I can be RECONCILED to Elohim and ADOPTED into the common wealth of Israel. By believing this good news, I am JUSTIFIED by faith and can enter into the kingdom. By taking an oath and confessing this with my mouth I have SALVATION. Now, the process of SANCTIFICATION is to walk the lifestyle of the redeemed (Torah), never looking back to my futile way of living life. I am no longer a gentile, I am one who has crossed over from death to life…a HEBREW. I will not encroach on the inheritance of my brother Judah…no! But as Ezekiel says, I am in their midst… among the sons of Israel; I shall be allotted an inheritance with them among the tribes of Israel. “And it will come about that in the tribe with which the alien stays, there you shall give his inheritance declares the LORD GOD”. Praise Yah! Thank you Rico!

    • Melinda, your statement could not have been stated any better. This is what we who have been raised in the church’s must understand. As we decide as Ruth did, we completely change our status from gentile to Israelite. Salvation was made possible and now we walk it out until we reach the Kingdom. This is what Saul meant when he said to “work out your salvation with fear and trembling.” Be in awe of your walk and what it means to Yah! He delights in our obedience to His instructions to us.

  5. Have you read Abraham scroll? In that roll is narrated the story of the battle where Lot was taken, and so on. In chapter 6 , Abraham describes the king of Salem , very young and with Scars in HIS hands. It is beautiful.

  6. Ok so if a child leave home; they leave the blessing of their parents coveant, yes? Does that mean that our children should not leave home, until they are ready for a Torah covenant marriage? It seems to be true, especially if we look at how the ancients lived, and some Jewish today.

    So I am not sure I grasp this Melczadok order, was it in Heaven before Adam? if so then means we need to be always connedted to Heaven here on earth?

  7. Rico, Ryan, Elohim bless you bout, for such an excellent teachings regarding the Honor of our Heavenly king, the Torah takes a different dimension in understanding for me now, is unbelievable how everything seems to be renewed, like I’ve never study his word before, because I’m just understanding what is really all about. Justice, Righteousness, Honor, loyalty, Love. I pray to Elohim, for wisdom and undestanding so I can share these wonderfull teachings with my brothers here in Costa Rica with the semplicity and kindness that you guys have. Thank you Father for such great teachers, and thank you guys for your time and sacrifice.

    Shabat Shalom