This week’s teaching reminds us that “the life is in the blood.” And just maybe that’s why the ‘god of this world,’ is so intent on injecting, spilling, and defiling it.
Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for what is again a “double parsha,” including first Acharei Mot [“after the death”], and then Kedoshim. (Vayikra/Lev. chapters 16 through 20).
This is more of the Torah that most of the ‘sun[god]day church’ prefers to ignore. But the fact that so much of this instruction is so VERY ‘politically incorrect’ speaks volumes about WHY the land is so defiled.
Virtually every commandment in this portion is antithetical to the new AmeriKan regime. But, even in a world where what Yahuah calls “abomination” is celebrated, subsidized, and finally mandated, the instruction, “do not stand idly by the blood of your neighbor,” might just be The Most Offensive to the Almighty State. Especially given the context of “love your neighbor.”
There is more “food for thought” in this teaching that most of ‘feel-good xtianity’ (and all of the New Regime) will be able to tolerate.
First, the Erev Shabbat overview of this weeks reading, from atonement and the Azazel, to ‘prohibited sexual relations,’ and beyond. And that will make clear why it’s even TALKING about this parsha that will likely be censored.
This Sabbath day teaching would be banned from TwoFaceBook and Twitter, and certainly the Publik Indoctrinashun Centers that masquerade as ‘schools,’ too. Which is why Mark takes a look at some of the Biggest Whoppers on the Whore Church parade of twistings along the way.
Still though, it’s the admonition to NOT ‘stand idly by the blood of your neighbor,’ that should keep most of a formerly-free population awake at night.
“Acharei Mot – Kedoshim: Can Another Land ‘vomit out’ the Inhabitants AGAIN?”
The combined two-part teaching is here, via the page from Hebrew Nation Radio.