Parsha “Bereshiet” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

At the conclusion of His Fall Feasts, it’s time to turn back again to the Beginning, and the Book of Genesis, aka “Bereshiet” and the first Book AND Torah parsha in the Torah.

The parsha for this week — IN the Beginning, Bereshiet (Gen. 1:1 through 6:8) is arguably one of the most FUNDAMENTAL of them all; the Foundation, upon which what follows rests.

The sequence again begins with the Erev Shabbat reading:

There are so many vitally important themes in this first part of Scripture, and so many elements and concepts, that are all introduced “in the Beginning.”

But the theme that must stand out “at such a time as this” is Authority. Real, and that which is “God-given,” and that which has been abdicated, usurped, and stolen.

“Bereshiet: True Foundations – as in the Days of Noach”

The combined two-part podcast is here via Hebrew Nation Radio.

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