” And spoke Yahuah to Moshe, saying CCOMMAND [Tzav] Aaron and his sons, this parsha (Vakikra/Lev. chapters 6 through 8) begins, after which follow more commandments that have to do with things most of xtianity has been taught to ignore. A lot like they feasts that He says to “Keep forever,” and “throughout your generations,” even in “all your dwelling places.”

All of which somehow seems particularly apropos for a week of His Feast of Unleavened Bread, that most will likewise ignore. At their peril.

And this week, Mark reviews – again – why that is not only true, but perhaps even never more so.

NOTE: Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship will also host their live seder on Sunday (Yom Reshone) evening, March 28th, via their Paltalk room (www.paltalk.com for information), which is called “Walking Torah with Shabbat Shalom Mesa.” The room will be opened at about 6 PM, MDT (Colorado time) and the seder should begin at approximately 6:30 PM MDT.

The Ever Shabbat overview of this weeks reading:

The Sabbath study begins where the Torah parsha leaves off, with the associated haftorah from Jeremiah chapter 7, and some parallels between the ancient exile and the judgment now unfolding in “AmeriKa-with-a-K,” but clearly WITHOUT Yah.

“Tzav: Judgment, Then and Now…and THIS Pesach”

The combined two-part teaching is here: