Greetings in the name of His & Her Imperial Majesties Qedamawi Haile Sellasie I & Itege Menen Asfaw,
So, with this Hebrew Shabbot(or Sabbath day) if those who actually open up their Bibles to read in a Jewish/Hebrew cycle of readings, & thoroughly discern, nonetheless studied either the Torah portion of Acharei Mot-אַחֲרֵי מוֹת. , from a Jewish/Hebrew mode of study for those out in the diaspora, living outside of Jerusalem or Israel. Also, on the Jewish or Hebraic Calendar of the 5775 year, this Sabbath day would probably be accounted for on the 12th-יב, & the 13th-יג, of the month of Iyyar-אִייָר. (the Hebrew Calendar corresponds to a Lunar cycle of the Moon)From an Ethiopic-Christian perspective and calculation these readings from the Scriptures would align to what is known as KeMotu BeKH’walla-ከሞቱ በኋላ, on the 23rd-፳፫, & the 24th-፳፬, of the month(ወር) of Miyazya-ሚያዝያ. The Ethiopic calendar, which is solar (with its correspondence to the Sun) aligns to this Sabbath (or Senbet-ሰንበት) in the Ethiopian language of Amharic which is currently one of the languages of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church(the other language being Ge’ez-ግእዝ).
Leviticus 16:1 – 18:30
In this portion of the study of the Scriptures, after the death Aaron’s two sons (Nadab & Abihu), Moses is instructed by God to teach the children of Israel his ways for properly conducting themselves for the service of the Tabernacle.
This portion of the Scriptures deals with the rituals which have become what is known today as Yom Kippur(the Day of Atonement); Ethiopically known as “Astesryo Q’en” among the Hebrew/Judaic faithful. When Moses receives the laws and instruction for the practices to be conducted, he is instructed to “cast lots” upon two goats, for the children of Israel. One “lot” is to be cast for an offering to God & the other for a “scapegoat.”
[Lev. 16: 7-10]
The one goat that was be presented before God, for a sin offering. The other goat was to be left alive, presented to God for an atonement & set free into the wilderness carrying the sins of the children of Israel away from the camp. This ritual along with the other practices of the offerings/sacrifice were to be done in the Tabernacle(Mishkan), especially as a statute for Israel on the 10th day of the 7th(Tishrei–תִּשְׁרִי) month.
other commandments, laws, and statutes were given to the children of Israel to follow to keep themselves set apart from the other people they might find themselves around.
*THIS WEEK’S SABBATH COMES UP TO ANOTHER DOUBLE PORTION OF THE STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES AS WELL*
–to keep up with an accurate number of the readings of the Torah for the yearly cycle
The second half of the week’s studies of Torah portions of Kedoshim-קְדֹשִׁים, from a Jewish/Hebrew mode of study for those out in the diaspora, living outside of Jerusalem or Israel. From an Ethiopic-Christian perspective and calculation these readings from the Scriptures would align to what is known as Qídusán-ቅዱሳን. The Ethiopic calendar, which is solar (with its correspondence to the Sun) aligns to this Sabbath (or Senbet-ሰንበት) in the Ethiopian language of Amharic which is currently one of the languages of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church(the other language being Ge’ez-ግእዝ).
Leviticus 19:1- 20:27
Amos 9: 7-20
I Corinthians 6: 9-20
I Peter 1: 13-16
Kedoshi’yim-Q’idusan; has a literal English translation of “the holy ones,” or “the saints.”
The study begins with GOD speaking to Moses, and the children of Israel, saying “make thyselves Holy for He, himself is Holy.” God, intending to make the children of Israel, “up their game,” in one way or another, by slang terminology. But, in a literal sense, God sought the children of Israel to turn from ways that hadn’t gotten them anywhere spiritually, physically, and mentally, as a group. The children of Israel were to adhere to certain principles, laws, commandments, ordinances etc…..
The children of Israel were also given to more laws, commandments and statutes to live by, even while in the wilderness. Also, the tilling and agricultural aspects of what the Hebrew people were to align their workings to was given to them by the words of God. By Moses‘ teachings, given to him by God, the Hebrews were able to begin to formulate and sharpen skills needed to continue building the seed of the nation, which was promised to their predecessors; Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob.