The Torah Portions Study Guide is a line-for-line comparison of the KJV, Paleo-Hebrew, Jonathan Targum, and the Septuagint. That would be the Hebrew Masoretic, Paleo-Hebrew, Aramaic, and the Greek LXX, in case you’re wondering. Nobody that I know of thought to make one, and of course, I’ve been wanting a practical resource guide such as this for many years now. I’m thrilled to finally have the first two of five available. The Torah Portions Study Guide not only includes all four language translations, divided up by that week’s prescribed reading, but also the additional Prophets and Gospel portions which are intended to accompany them. These are designed for your own personal research but also for families and small group or in-home Sabbath gatherings.
There are 52 weeks in a year, indicating just as many Torah portions. The Torah of course consists of five books, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. And so, each of these titles are divided up in so much that it takes one year to read through all the books of Moshe. Also, each cycle begins with the completion of the fall feasts, after Sukkot. In this way, thousands upon thousands of Bible believers all across the world are studying the same passages at the same time, how exciting is that?
I am so thankful for all the TUC subscribers. You guys make this ministry possible. These study guides were created with the intent of fostering spiritual growth and a deeper understanding of YAHAUAH. And so, everyone who financially backs our endeavors can receive a free copy. We do provide physical books in the store as well, but I also want to offer printable copies to our supporters.
So, thank you, and enjoy. You can download them on our TUC Ministry Resource Page.
As of 2/9/2024, I have only completed the first two in the series. That would be Genesis and Exodus, obviously. I hope to have Leviticus available soon.
Noel Joshua Hadley