Note: The weekly Torah readings are a 1-year
cycle, organized according to the standard parashiot of the
Ashkenaz and Sephardic traditions. The daily Torah readings
follow the Ashkenaz tradition only (see www.hebcal.com). Only special maftir
readings are listed.
The Shlichim (New Testament) readings listed directly below
the Haftarah relate thematically to the week's parasha,
and are not according to any specific tradition. Other helpful New
Covenant reading cycles by Drs. Kinzer and Feinberg can be found on
the UMJC website at www.umjc.org.
The Shlichim Yomi (daily New Testament) readings constitute a
1-year cycle designed by Dr. David Rudolph; they follow the earliest
attested NT canonical order and are not thematically related to the
day's Torah reading. The Nach Yomi (daily Prophets
& Writings) readings constitute a 2-year cycle developed by the
Orthodox Union. These and the daily Torah readings can be
listened to on the Jewish Audio Bible, designed and administered by
Dr. David Rudolph. The Bible readers are young professionals, college
students, and teens in the Messianic Jewish community from all over
the world. The Jewish Audio Bible can be accessed on iTunes (search
under "Jewish Audio Bible", or the UMJC website
(www.umjc.org) and click
"Torah" in the menu, then "Jewish Audio Bible".
"CJB" refers to the Complete Jewish Bible, "MJR" refers to the
Messianic Jewish Resources calendar, and "FF" refers to Flame
Foundation's listing of parashiot. Scripture chapters and
verses are numbered according to the Tanakh (Hebrew) system
adopted by the CJB. The Standard English versification is indicated
in parentheses whenever there is a difference, and differences in the
Ashkenaz and Sephardic readings are indicated by (A) and (S)
respectively. Also, (M) denotes CJB's recommended additional readings
that have Messianic Jewish content.