Nazarene Israel Parashiot – Suggested Torah Portion Schedule 2022-2023

This restored Second Temple Period feast cycle is designed to re-establish the Torah Parasha system that was used during Yeshua’s time in the Second Temple Period. It begins based on the aviv barley in Israel (see our studies on the calendar). It refreshes on Rosh HaShanah (Aviv 1) of each year, with the ripening of the (first) firstfruits of barley in the land of Israel.
All feast dates include the evening before (except Pesach and Shemini Atzeret).
While the Torah (Pentateuch) portion of the parasha will not normally change, the Haftarah and the Brit Chadasha portions may change each year as the Spirit leads, to help our people navigate the end times successfully.
Congratulations and praise Yahweh that you have found this restored original Second Temple Period feast cycle schedule, that starts the year when Yahweh says to start the year!

MONTH WEEK PARASHA / PORTION / EVENT SHABBAT OR FEAST TORAH / LAW NAVI’IM / PROPHETS BESORAH /
GOOD NEWS
1 0 ROSH HASHANAH 3-4-22 Ex.12:1-2, Num 28:11-15 1 Samuel 20 (all) Colossians 2:16-17
1 B’reisheet 3-5-22 Genesis 1:1-6:8 Isaiah 42:5-43:10 John 1:1-18
2 Noach 3-12-22 Genesis 6:9-11:32 Isaiah 54:1-55:5 Luke 1:5-80
3 Moed PESACH 3-18-22 Exodus 12-13 Isaiah 45:21-25 Luke 24 (all)
3 Moed 1 ULB 3-19-22 Exodus 12:15-20 Ezekiel 37 (all) John 15 (all)
3 Moed OMER 3-20-22 Lev. 23:9-16, Num. 8 None Matthew 28 (all)
3 Moed 7 ULB 3-24-22 Exodus 13:3-10 None 1 Corinthians 5 (all)
4 Lech Lecha 3-26-22 Genesis 12:1-17:27 Isaiah 40-41 Matthew 1
2 5 Vayeira 4-2-22 Genesis 18:1-22:24 2 Kings 4 Luke 2
6 Chayei Sarah 4-9-22 Genesis 23:1-25:18 1 Kings 1 Matthew 2
7 Toldot 4-16-22 Genesis 25:19-28:9 Malachi 1-2 Luke 3
8 Vayetze 4-23-22 Genesis 28:10-32:2 Hosea 12-14 Matthew 3-4
9 Vayishelach 4-30-22 Genesis 32:3-36:43 Hosea 11-12, Obadiah 1 John 1-2
3 10 Vayeshev 5-7-22 Genesis 37:1-40:23 Amos 2-3 John 2-4
11 SHAVUOT 5-8-22 Deuteronomy 9:17 Ruth (all) Acts 1 & 2 (all)
12 Miketz 5-14-22 Genesis 41:1-44:17 Zechariah 3-4 Luke 4
13 Vayigash 5-21-22 Genesis 44:18-47:27 Ezekiel 37 John 5
14 Vayechi 5-28-22 Genesis 47:28-50:26 1 Kings 2 Luke 4:31-5:11
4 15 Shemote 6-4-22 Exodus 1:1-6:1 Isaiah 27-29 Luke 9 (all)
16 Va’era 6-11-22 Exodus 6:2-9:35 Isaiah 66 Matthew 12 (all)
17 Bo 6-18-22 Exodus 10:1-13:16 Jeremiah 46 Mark 3 (all)
18 B’shalach 6-25-22 Exodus 13:17-17:16 Judges 4-5 Matthew 5
5 19 Yitro 7-2-22 Exodus 18:1-20:23 Isaiah 6-9 Matthew 6:1-8:1
20 Mishpatim 7-9-22 Exodus 21:1-24:18 Jeremiah 33-34 John 10 (all)
21 Terumah 7-16-22 Exodus 25:1-27:19 1 Kings 5-6 John 15-17 (all)
22 Tetzaveh 7-23-22 Exodus 27:20-30:10 1 Samuel 15 Mark 4:35-5:43
6 23 Ki Tisa 7-30-22 Exodus 30:11-34:35 Ezekiel 36-37 (all) Matthew 15, 23 (all)
24 Vayakhel/Pekudei 8-6-22 Exodus 35-40 (all) 2 Kings 22-23 John 14, 1 John 2, 5
25 Vayiqra 8-13-22 Leviticus 1-5 Jeremiah 7,    Hosea 8 Romans 6, Hebrews 10
26 Tzav 8-20-22 Leviticus 6-8 Malachi 3-4 Matthew 25
27 Shemini 8-27-22 Leviticus 9-11 2 Samuel 6-7
Proverbs 23
Psalms 78
Acts 10
7 TERUAH 8-29-22 Leviticus 23, Numbers 10, 29 Nehemiah 8 Matthew 24 (all)
28 Tazria/Metzora 9-3-22 Leviticus 12-15 Proverbs 6:16-19, Proverbs 31 Colossians 3
YOM KIPPUR 9-7-22 Leviticus 16 (all), Leviticus 23, Numbers 29 Jonah (all) Acts 27:9-10, Hebrews 9:7
29 Acharei Mot * 9-10-22 Leviticus 16-18 Ezekiel 22 Ephesians 5
SUKKOT 1 9-11-22  Exodus 12, 33-34,
(Plus Devarim in a shemittah year, the next is 2029)
Ezekiel 38-39,
Nehemiah 8:13-18
John 7
30 Kedoshim * 9-17-22 Leviticus 19-20 Amos 9 1 Corinthians 6, Galatians 5
SUKKOT 7 LAST GREAT DAY 9-18-22
SHEMINI ATZERET 9-19-22
31 Emor 9-24-22 Leviticus 21-24 Ezekiel 44 Luke 11-12
8 32 Behar 10-1-22 Leviticus 25:1-26:2 Jeremiah 32 Luke 13
33 Bechukotai 10-8-22 Leviticus 26:3-27 Jeremiah 16-17 Luke 14-15
34 Bemidbar 10-15-22 Numbers 1:1-4:20 Hosea 2 Luke 16-17
35 Nasso 10-22-22 Numbers 4:21-7:89 Judges 13-15 John 11
9 36 Beha’alotcha 10-29-22 Numbers 8:1-12:15 Zechariah 2-4 Luke 17-18
37 Shelach 11-5-22 Numbers 13:1-15:41 Joshua 1-2 Matthew 10, Acts 13
38 Korach 11-12-22 Numbers 16-18 1 Samuel 11-12 John 19
39 Chukat 11-19-22 Numbers 19:1-22:1 Judges 11 1 Peter 4
10 40 Balak 11-26-22 Numbers 22:2-25:9 2 Kings 5, Micah 5-6  Jude
41 Pinchas 12-3-22 Numbers 25:10-30:1 1 Kings 18-19, Psalms 106 Matthew 5
42 Mattot/Massei 12-10-22 Numbers 30:2-36:13 Jeremiah 2-3 Ephesians 5-6
43 Devarim 12-17-22 Deuteronomy 1:1-3:22 Isaiah 1 Mark 14
11 44 Va’etchanan 12-24-22 Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11 Isaiah 40 Luke 22
45 Ekev 12-31-22 Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25 Isaiah 49-51 John 13-15
46 Re’eh 1-7-23 Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17 Isaiah 66 Ma’asei (Acts) 15
47 Shoftim 1-14-23 Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9 Isaiah 51-52 Matthew 26-27
48 Ki Tetze 1-21-23 Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19 Isaiah 54 Luke 22-23
12 49 Ki Tavo 1-28-23 Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8 Isaiah 60 Luke 22-23 (again)
50 Nitzavim 2-4-22 Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20 Isaiah 61-63 Luke 24 (all)
51 Vayelech 2-11-23 Deuteronomy 31:1-31:30 Hosea 14; Micah 7; Joel 2 James 1-2 (all)
52 Ha’azinu 2-18-23 Deuteronomy 32:1-32:52 2 Samuel 22 John 20-21
13 53 Vezot Haberakhah 2-25-23 Deuteronomy 33:1-34:12 Matthew 5-7
54 Our Commission 3-4-23 Matthew 28, Ephesians 2-4
55 Family Order 3-11-23 1 Timothy, Titus


This schedule is only a recommendation. Elders, please feel free to depart from it as the Spirit leads. On average, one year in three will be a “leap year” with 13 months. In those years we read chapters from the Renewed Covenant (NT) which remind us of our calling in Yeshua (until the next Aviv 1).

It can help to read the material before attending fellowship, or listening to any other studies. Then after Elohim has shown you the insights He has for you and your family, it can help to listen to the insights Elohim is giving others in our nation so that together we can all move the Great Commission forward. I will share insights from an apostolic and prophetic level. Your congregational elders and deacons may have other important insights from the “lay leader” level.

We do not add to the Torah by celebrating man-made holidays such as Hanukkah or Purim. (For why Yeshua did not celebrate Hanukkah, please see the Torah Calendar study.) Tabernacles is an “open” feast (evangelism). All other festivals and meetings are closed to the public (set apart). (The traditional “exploration period” is three months.)

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