- B’reisheet (Genesis) 1:1-6:8
- Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 42:5-43:10 (May change from year to year)
- Yochanan (John) 1:1-18 (May change from year to year)
B’reisheet (בְּרֵאשִׁית—Hebrew for “in beginning” or “in the beginning,” the first word in the parashah) is the first weekly Torah portion (פָּרָשָׁה, parashah) in the annual cycle of Torah reading.
In the parashah, Elohim creates the heavens, the world, Adam and Eve, and Sabbath. A serpent convinces Eve, who then invites Adam, to eat the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, which Elohim had forbidden to them. Elohim curses them and expels them from the Garden of Eden. One of their sons, Cain, becomes the first murderer, killing his brother Abel out of jealousy. Adam and Eve have other children, whose descendants populate the Earth. Each generation becomes more and more degenerate until Yahweh Elohim decides to destroy humanity. Only one person, Noah, finds Yahweh’s favor.
Parasha B’reisheet 2023
B’reisheet means “In the beginning”. And in Parasha B’reisheet we learn about how Yahweh created us and what His plans for us were from the beginning. We will see how our rebellion has separated us from Elohim since the Fall of Man and His plan of Salvation for us through Yeshua HaMashiach.
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