Torah Portion Emor Complete

Leviticus 21:1 - 24:23

Ezekiel 44:15-31

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This Parashah covers the Feasts of YHWH.

This page includes Torah Portions from multiple years covered by Wisdom in Torah. Each year we covered the Torah from a different perspective so you can explore each Parashah from a different perspective and focus.

  • 2010 Portions: Focus on Messianic connections in the Parashah
  • ANET Portions: Focus on the ancient Near Eastern cultural context of the Parashah
  • Mitzvot Portions: Focus on explaining and exploring the commandments found in the Parashah (in progress)
  • 2015 Portions: Revisiting the Parashah looking at the ancient cultural context more in depth with additional areas that have been researched
  • Brit Portions: Focus on connecting the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) to the Parashah

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Rico Cortes

28 thoughts on “Torah Portion Emor Complete”

  1. Love what you taught about the “seal” as I have always wanted to understand this more Rico 🙂 Thank you for clearing up the difference between “kedushah” and “sanah” as well. Very thankful I was led to study Vayikra with you all this cycle. Our family has learned sooo much more, especially as we now are understanding the Word from the ANE cultural perspective. Todah, brothers, for all you do to build us up in our faith!!

  2. Daniel; very excellant.

    You were listing topics; Shabbat Feast Days Calendar; then comes te interuption. We have an Eqyptian man, his Israelitish wife, their half breed son, and an Israelite man. Which is like an Eqyptin sun dial, a woman a new moon cititng, half bread a sun and moon calendar and an Israelite man; what Moses said. There’s a big argument over which method of calendar should be used and in the heted discussion; in the heat of the argument; what happens? Someone profanes the name, the very character of HaShem.

  3. Gene and Cassie Conroy

    Great teachings We are always learning from all of you… We had several guests over and they enjoyed the teaching too. We pray that YaHuWah continues to bless and guide all of you with wisdom and knowledge.

    Shalom!

  4. Excellent teaching Daniel!! Great job! This is a huge to understand why these 2 narratives are placed in the specific spot of the instructions of how to approach our King. More evidence of who our King is and what He expects and requires. He instructs and we obey. It’s not our job to make up things that are meaningful to us. By us understanding the what and the why, then we can find the meaningfulness to us. Todah!!! Shalom, shalom.

  5. I have a question….the priest can be unclean upon approaching certain relatives, including his sons–so why when Nadab & Abihu were struck down by fire Aaron was not allowed to mourn or tend to them ? Was it because they were defiled in bringing the strange fire…? I’m sure it’s a simple explanation but one I couldn’t find or understand…..thanks to any replies that will help me to understand this. Shalom and blessings to all…..

  6. Thank you Rico again for bringing us this study.
    If we who follow Yah have kept the Day of Atonement by repenting for our sins and making things right with our brethren, then we have already begun waving the Lulav (a combination of all people who love Yeshua) by forgiving, loving, remitting their and our sins, and (waving) lifting them all up before Yah in fervent prayer. Then at Feast of Tabernacles we will rest in booths under the protections of the boughs of goodly trees, branches of palm trees, and the boughs of thick trees, and willows of the brook ( the beautiful diverse people of our LORD — perhaps even Christians), rejoicing before the LORD our God for seven days (KJV Lev. 23:40) To me this is a lesson to judge not, but to forgive, love, lift and wave. What an awesome God we serve!! May He be glorified thru us.
    May Yeshua bless and keep you.
    Mertha

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