Inspiration Through Torah in 5776: Noach

noahs-ark-zoomSorry for getting this up late, yesterday began the annual “War with the Leaves” here at Goshen House. 🙂

This week’s parsha is Noach – Genesis 6:9-11:32.  You may decide to read the whole portion in one sitting or you might decide to do the FULL KRIYAH which breaks up the parsha so that you can pace yourself and concentrate on a smaller section each day.

This week, the readings for the Torah portion for each day of the week will be as follows:

1: 6:9-22 (14 p’sukim)

2: 7:1-16 (16 p’sukim)

3: 7:17-8:14 (22 p’sukim)

4: 8:15-9:7 (15 p’sukim)

5: 9:8-17 (10 p’sukim)

6: 9:18-10:32 (44 p’sukim)

7: 11:1-32 (32 p’sukim)

The reading for the haftarah, if you decide to read it in addition to the Torah portion, is Isaiah 54:1 – 55:5.

Continue to journal this week, writing down your thoughts, themes, and Bible verses that come to mind for the individual days, and/or week.

Here are some suggested resources for further study for each week as we walk through Bereishit (Genesis):

Reading materials:

Torah Portion Study Guides from Tony Robinson:

The Creation Gospel Torah Portions: Bereishit by Dr. Hollisa Alewine


The Parsha Experiment from the AlephBeta team (this is for this week’s portion, in particular):

Torah teachings (from the Torah cycle 5772) by L. Grant Luton

Blessings and Shalom!