Noach 2018-19

Join Beth Tikkun as we dig into Torah portion Noach. After a brief description of a wonderful trip to South Africa, we step into the parshah through the observation that both the names Elohim and the holy four-letter name for God occur in Noah’s story. The observation leads to a brief exploration of how God’s mercy is pictured in the ark. Moving on, we trace the four occurrences in the Torah of the phrase spoken first to Noah, “Make for yourself…,” finding a wonderful progression there.

Visuals: Noach 2018-19.pdf

Medios Visuales: Nóaj 2018-19.pdf

Categories Media, Torah 5779, Torah Commentary | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Posted on October 14, 2018

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  1. by Lavar A Simmons

    On October 15, 2018

    Mr.Grant, I really enjoy your online teachings. May I ask, which Bible translation do you use during your teachings?


  2. by L. Grant Luton

    On October 31, 2018

    Lavar, For a good all-round English translation I recommend the New American Standard Bible (NASB), but only if includes the footnotes giving the literal translation of various words and phrases. (I especially like the New Inductive Study Bible published by Harvest House.) ALWAYS go with the literal translation in the margins. Hope this helps! Grant L.

  3. by Roberto M. Avila

    On November 21, 2018

    I have been listening to you for quite some time now. I feel blessed and enriched from listening to you. Thank you very much. I thanks Beth Immanuel for leading me to you. Listening to you and Beth Immanuel (Daniel Lancaster) and FFOZ had heaven sent.

  4. by L. Grant Luton

    On November 22, 2018

    Thank you, Roberto, for the gracious words. I am blessed to know that the teachings are a blessing to you. And (it being Thanksgiving Day) I am thankful that Beth Emmanuel sent you our direction. Many blessings to you and yours, Grant L.

  5. by Michelle Botha

    On October 26, 2019

    Dear Grant,

    My husband and I enjoy your teachings every shabbat so very much. During Sukkot we watched recordings of your sermons when you visited our country, South Africa. Are there recordings available of your weekly sermons at Beth Tikkun please? Warm regards, Michelle

  6. by L. Grant Luton

    On October 27, 2019

    Dear Michelle, I assume you are referring to video recordings? There are no others available at this time, but we have set up the equipment to begin video recording and will start posting them to YouTube when we begin our studies of Ephesians and 1&2 Timothy next month (Nov., 2019). Shalom! (And brace yourselves), Grant

  7. by Ian Badenhorst

    On December 23, 2019

    Hi there Grant what is the meaning of Adonai please? Regards Ian Badenhorst

  8. by L. Grant Luton

    On December 23, 2019

    The word אדוני (Adonai) literally means “Master” or “Lord”. Since we do not know how to pronounce God’s four-letter name י-ה-ו-ה (nor should we), we use either the title Hashem (“the Name”) or Adonai.

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