The best way to sum up this weeks Torah Portion

"You people must be holy, because I, Yahweh your Elohim. Observe my regulations, and obey them; I am Yahweh who sets you apart to be holy. -Leviticus 20:7-8


9 thoughts on “Torah Portion #30 K’doshim (Leviticus 19:1-20:27)

  1. talk about mixing,… most grain and many foods are GMO… unless you have a garden, or are buying from local farmers you know,… this is very difficult to follow,… most people would have to migrate to the country,… what do you think??…

  2. recently discovered i have some sephrdic ancestry,… is there more required of jews vs. other believers who are adopted,.. grafted in – to Yeshua,… ?? what do you find in scriptures??… Thankyou Shalom

  3. also, could you share why does the Torah reading not start on 1st of Nissan,…? or at least the reading of Shemot – Exodus 12: fall on or around Pessach?… whats with the calendars not starting when Yah commanded in 1st Nissan?…

  4. Dear Brother Paul

    First of all I want to say thank you for your helpfull teachings and the things you learn about food. I have so practical questions:
    1. On Sabbat we should not work. If we have a assembly for Sabbat and I have to take the train because I can’t go there in another way, would you make that? Bacause other persones work for me then..
    2. Is it ok to learn for school on Sabbat, I have in 6 weeks my final examens?
    3. If a woman today is unclean, I shouldn’t shake hands with… (1/2)

  5. them and have to take attention that nobody touches me in the bus/train/work/friends etc. because I don’t know if they are unclean. That would alsow mean that I can’t sit in the train/bus and hold me on handrails etc. Is that correct, it’s a bit baffling for me.. (2/2) Shalom

  6. Does Lev 19:19 say that we should not grow a vegetable garden with many different vegetables?  Or is it about fields of grain?  I am confused…I want to plant a garden but I want it to be pleasing in Yahweh’s eyes.

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