Leviticus 12:1 - 13:59; Maftir: Numbers 28:9 - 15
2 Kings 7:3 - 20
(CJB): Mt 8:1-4, 9:20-26, 11:2-6; Mk 1:40-45, 5:24b-34; Lk 2:22-24, 5:12-16, 7:18-23, 8:42b-48; Hb 13:4; (FF): Mt 23:16-24:2; Lk 7:18-35; (CY): Lk 13:1-17
Note: The weekly Torah readings appearing at the
top of this chart are a 1-year cycle, organized according to the
standard parashiot of the Ashkenaz and Sephardic traditions.
Only the special Maftir readings are listed separately. The
daily Torah readings in the right hand column of this chart
follow the Ashkenaz tradition only (see www.hebcal.com).
The Shlichim (New Testament) readings appearing at the top of
this chart and directly below the Haftarah readings relate
thematically to the week's parashah. They are derived from
three sources; "CJB" refers to the 'Complete Jewish Bible' by Dr.
David H. Stern, "FF" refers to Flame Foundation's "Parashiot
from the Torah and Haftarah" by Dr. Jeffrey E.
Feinberg and "CY" refers to the "Chayyei Yeshua Three-Year
Besorah Reading Cycle" by Dr. Mark Kinzer.
The Shlichim Yomi (daily New Testament) readings appearing in
the right-hand column of this chart is a 1-year reading cycle
designed by Dr. David Rudolph; it follows the earliest attested NT
canonical order and is not thematically related to the day's or the
week's traditional Torah readings. The Nach Yomi (daily
Prophets and Writings) readings appearing in the right-hand column of
this chart is a 2-year reading cycle developed by the Orthodox Union.
Scripture chapters and verses appearing at the top of this chart 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 recommendation for
additional readings that have Messianic Jewish content. Chapters and
verses of the Tanakh that appear in the right-hand column of
this chart are numbered according to the Hebrew system only.