Torah Portion with Haftorah and Besorah
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By Dr. Stephen Pidgeon
A collection of the five books of Mosheh, called the TORAH, set forth in weekly reading portions. Each portion is called a Parsha, and collectively, they are known as Parshat. Each section is named after the opening word or words of the portion as found in Hebrew.
In addition, each Torah portion is followed by a reading of one of the prophets, which is called the HAFTORAH. These readings are taken from the cepheriym of Yesha'yahu (Isaiah), Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah), Yechezq'el (Ezekiel) and some of the twelve Minor Prophets.
Finally, unlike other portions available today, we have also included a weekly reading from the gospels, called the BESORAH, which includes Mattithyahu (Matthew), Marqus (Mark), Luqas (Luke), and Yahuchanon (John).
We have elected to set forth these reading portions in a single reference book for ease of study. We also recommend our cepher Yom Qodesh to give you a complete calendar for the readings and a reference for the feasts and the fasts.