This week at Azamra
13 Tammuz 5779 / 16 July 2019

Coming classes and study schedule

11-17 Tammuz 5779
July 14-20, '19

COMING CLASSES:
Sunday July 14:
Why can't people see the truth?

The closed mind typical of contemporary political correctness is rooted in the "Vacated Space" discussed in the Kabbalah, and can be transcended only through faith (Likutey Moharan Pt I Lesson 64).

Sunday July 21:
Forgetting & Remembering

Moses' breaking the Tablets of Stone on 17 Tammuz brought forgetfulness into the world, but the mystery of TaMuZ is "Zichru Torat Moshe, Remember the Torah of Moses" (Malachi 3:22). How can we inscribe the Torah on the tablet of our hearts?

Watch classes live on AZAMRA Website here or on YouTube here. View archived videos of earlier classes on Azamra's YouTube channel or listen to audio MP3's HERE.

CLASS TIMES:
Israel: 16:00-17:30; Lagos, Nigeria: 14:00-15:30; Britain: 14:00-15:30; N. America: EST 09:00-10:30 a.m.; CST 08:00-9:30; PST 07:00-07:30; Mumbai, India: 18:30-20:00; Sydney, Australia: 12:00-01:30; Auckland, New Zealand: 02:00-03:30.

WEEKLY TORAH READINGS

Shabbat July 20
Diaspora: Balak Numbers 22:2-25:9
Israel: Pinchas Numbers 25:10-30:1
Torah for the Nations commentary: The Evil Eye

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DAILY BIBLE STUDY
Know-Your-Bible 13th Annual Study Cycle:

Schedule July 14-19
Sunday July 14 Ezekiel 3-4
Monday July 15 Ezekiel 5-6
Tuesday July 16 Ezekiel 7-8
Wednesday July 17 Ezekiel 9-10
Thursday July 18 Ezekiel 11-12
Friday July 19 Ezekiel 13-14

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READ OF THE WEEK

The Three Points of Empowerment

TORAH FOUNDATIONS

Daily study of Rambam's Mishneh Torah Law Code

By courtesy of Chabad.org
1 chapter a day
3 chapters a day
Corresponding commandments from Sefer HaMitzvot
The entire Mishneh Torah is available in English online here.

Two must-read basic texts

By the saintly kabbalah genius, Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto
("RaMChaL", 1707-47):
The Way of God The classic exposition of the fundamentals of Torah belief
Path of the Just The classic practical guide to the Torah path of self-perfection