Weekly Cycle

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Week 47 (Book 7): The Snake is Saying

The Snake is saying,

I am mindful what my old age is; 
For what futility have You created all the sons of man? 
If she be a wall, we will build upon her a silver turret, 
And if she be a door, we will enclose her with cedar boards.

For it is not an empty thing for you, for it is your life, 
And through this thing, you will lengthen your days 
For He remembered His holy word with Abraham His servant.
And a small robe his mother would make for him, 

And the children of Israel cried to the Lord. 
Now it was when the children of Israel cried to the Lord concerning Midian,
When she ascended with her husband, to slaughter the sacrifice of the (festive) days.
And she would bring it up to him from appointed time to appointed time, 

G-d supports all the fallen, and straightens all the bent.
And take into your hand your staff, 
With which you struck the Nile, and go  
Upon the land to which you are crossing over the Jordan, to possess it.

And He took out His people with joy, 
His chosen ones with joyful singing.
And the Lord said to Moses, Pass before the people 
And take with you [some] of the elders of Israel, 

Moses did so before the eyes of the elders of Israel.   
And Israel was very impoverished because of Midian, 
And He gave them lands of nations, 
And they inherited the toil of kingdoms.

Behold, I shall stand there before you on the rock in Horeb, 
And you shall strike the rock, and water will come out of it, and the people will drink
The Lord lives, and blessed be my Rock; 
And exalted be the G-d, [who is] my rock of salvation.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Week 48 (Book 7): The Scorpion Is Saying

The Scorpion Is Saying, 

Who is a man who will live and not see death?
Who will rescue his soul from the grasp of the grave forever?
He named the place Massah [testing] and Meribah [quarreling]
Because of the quarrel of the children of Israel

For there our captors asked us for words of song
And our tormentors [asked of us] mirth
"Sing for us of the song of Zion"
Amalek came and fought with Israel in Rephidim

And because of their testing the Lord, saying
Is the Lord in our midst or not?
Because of the request which he had requested of the Lord
And they would go to his place

By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat
We also wept when we remembered Zion
And may he reign from sea to sea
And from the river to the ends of the land

G-d is good to all, and His mercy is upon all of His handiwork
And the Lord spoke to Moses on that very day, saying
That the Lord sent a prophet to the children of Israel
And he said to them, "Thus says the Lord, G-d of Israel"

The G-d who takes vengeance for me
And brings down peoples under me
I brought you up from Egypt
And I brought you out of the house of bondage

And I saved you from the hand of Egypt
And from the hand of all your oppressors
And I drove them out from before you
And I have given you their land

May the righteous flourish in his days
And much peace until there is no moon
May it descend as rain upon cut vegetation
As raindrops that drip upon the earth

On willows in its midst we hung our harps
And Eli would bless Elkanah and his wife, and he would say
"May the Lord grant you seed from this woman"
In order that they keep His statutes and observe His laws. Hallelujah.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Prayers based on "Say 'Thank You' and See Miracles" by Rabbi Shalom Arush

 Prayers based on "Say 'Thank You' and See Miracles" by Rabbi Shalom Arush

Ribbono Shel Olam, Master of the World, may I live a life of constant gratitude and Emunah. May my every thought, speech, and deed be filled with faith in You and thanks for all that I have received every day of my life for years and years and years. May I be thankful for all that you have done for me and every member of my family. 

May I remember to thank you always and not act like a spoiled child, or even worse, upset with any little thing that doesn't go my way. Help me fully internalize the concept that every difficulty I face, whether big or small, comes directly from You, and is in my best interest. 

Ribbono Shel Olam, Rabbi Shalom Arush tells stories of people whose situations are infinitely more difficult than mine, and yet they were able to find the strength to say "Thank you," and changed their lives around completely. Whether it was a death in family, bullying at school, blindness and other health problems, extreme financial hardships, these people turned to thankfulness and emunah and saw miracles and salvations. May I learn from them and thank you for whatever small difficulty I face.  

Ribbono Shel Olam, may I also fully grasp the concept that any success in this world comes directly from you, and that the most that we can do is to build vessels to receive your abundance. May I understand that every perceived failure is truly the best thing for me, and may I never give up, and understand that the most important thing is how I act and desire, and not necessarily the result, which is completely in your hands.

May I also internalize the fact that even any lacking on my part is fully understood by You, because after all, You were the One that made me, and know of my many flaws. May I not persecute myself over my faults, but instead simply strive to do better, knowing full well that if my Teshuvah is sincere, it will be accepted. 

Ribbono Shel Olam, thank you for my health all these years, thank you for my ability to breathe, to eat, to sleep. Thank you for everything! Thank you for the opportunity to live each day and connect with you, whether it be through Torah, prayer, or good deeds, thank you! May I always be thanking you, every day, every moment, please let me never forget this important state of being, whether or not I am tired or busy, distracted, etc., may I always have this frame of mind, truly understanding that every moment is a gift, to be enjoyed, to make the most of every moment, in an eternal state of youth. 

Ribbono Shel Olam, thank you for every difficulty I have faced in the past, every fraught relationship, every difficult decision. Ribbono Shel Olam, Rabbi Shalom Arush teaches that prayers of requests are lower than prayers of gratitude, because requests imply that something is missing at this moment, when in fact my current situation is exactly what is best for me. I hope from now on to rejoice in it, to rejoice in the present.

Thank you, Ribbono Shel Olam, thank you for this wonderful life, thank you for Rabbi Shalom Arush, and for being able to share these ideas with others.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Prayers based on "A New Light" by Rav Shalom Arush


Prayers based on the works of Rav Shalom Arush: "A New Light - in the Garden of Yearning and Will"

Ribbono Shel Olam, Master of the World, grant us wisdom to know to always pray to you. To pray to you at all times, for all of our needs, from the smallest to the greatest. Let us never be satisfied with the status quo, or feel defeated, or despondent. Let us never give up hope, as Rebbe Nachman says, Ein Yeush Ba'Olam Klal, there is no such thing as despair.

Ribbono Shel Olam, our sages teach us that the most important thing is a person's will, and that in the direction that a person wants to go, he/she is taken there. We also know that nothing stands in the way of the will, and that our main task in life is simply to want the right things, to want what You want, that our Ratzon, will, should be nullified to Your Ratzon. Please nullify my will, so that it may be completely in line with Yours. Please Hashem, I beg of You, please grant me the will to always do what is right in Your eyes.  

Ribbono Shel Olam, I have learned from Rav Shalom Arush that this is mainly how a person is judged in this world: on whether they wanted to do the right thing, even if ultimately their deeds fall short, as long as their desire was firm and strong, that is how they are judged. May my desire always be firm and strong. May I not give up, may I have the will to accomplish all that I need to accomplish to achieve my tikkun (rectification), may I have the  strong will to fix my relationships, to pray on behalf of all those that need prayer, to give charity the right way, to fulfill my obligations to my family, to my friends, and to my colleagues in Torah study and, L'Havdil, at work. May I be a Kiddush Hashem (sanctification of His name) and not a Chilul Hashem (desecrecation of His name).

Ribbono Shel Olam, I have also learned from Rav Arush, that it is important to set time to desire. Please, Ribbono Shel Olam, help me set the proper time to desire. May I pray to you at set times every day, and may I include in my prayers everything necessary. May I practice Hitbodedut every day before davening, may I set the proper times for it, and not let a day go by without it.

Thank you, Ribbono Shel Olam, may the expressions of my lips and the thoughts of my heart find favor in Your eyes.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Cycles of 91 (45.5 days)


On Tu B'Shvat, we celebrate the Rosh Hashanah L'Ilanot (New Year of the Trees).  It's brought down in many sources that Ilan is gematria 91, which equals the gematria of the name Hashem (26) + the name Adni (65).

91 x 4 = 364, which is the same as 52 x 7, the cycles most explored in our book.

There is a custom on Tu B'Shvat to drink four cups of wine, just as in the Seder, representing the four seasons (white and red wine are mixed to represent those seasons).

Tu B'Shvat this year falls on day 137 of this year. 136.5 is 91 x 1.5, or 45.5 x 3. Tu B'Shvat falls half way into the second season (winter), 4.5 months into the semester (or year).

There appears to also be a rough parallel with the life of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. The Rebbe was born on 1902. He passed away at 92, after having had his first stroke two years earlier, as he was close to completing 91 years of age. He became Rebbe on the 10th of Shvat.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Cycles of 41 Days


9 cycles of 41 days. 7th cycle is from Shavuot (6th of Sivan) to the 17th of Tammuz. The 8th cycle from the 18th of Tammuz to the 29th of Av. The 9th, from Rosh Chodesh Elul to Yom Kippur.

A microcosm of the 41 days within the 7th cycle itself would be from Gimmel Tammuz, the 3rd to the 8th of Tammuz. The microcosm of the 8th cycle would be from 8 to 12.5. And the 9th from 12.5 to the 17th.

Within the period from 3rd to the 8th of Tammuz. The period representing 7/9s would fall within the 7th day of Tammuz, which is the birthday of Yosef HaTzadik.

More on these cycles, usually associated with 40 days:


Saturday, February 9, 2013

41 Day Cycles / Mivtzoyim


Shabat Candles (Elul/Tishrei/Cheshvan)
Kashrut (Cheshvan/Kislev)
Home Filled with Torah books (Kislev/Teveth)
Education (Shvat/Adar)
Tzedakah (Adar/Nissan)
Tefilin (Nissan/Iyar/Sivan)
Mezuzah (Sivan/Tammuz)
Ahavat Yisrael (Tammuz/Av)
Taharat HaMishpacha (Elul/Tishrei)

Friday, February 8, 2013

5th Cycle of 41 Days: Tzedakah

The fifth cycle of 41 days, which runs from the 13th of Adar until right after Passover, is connected to the Mivtzah of Tzedakah. As mentioned in the previous post, the month of Adar is connected to the Half-Shekel. It was this mitzvah that saved the Jewish people from the hands of Haman. One of the mitzvot of Purim is that of Matanot La'Evyonim (gifts to the poor), and it is further stated on Purim that "Kol HaPoshet Yad Notnim Lo" - "One is not exacting with their money on Purim. Rather, one should give to anyone who extends their hands" (Shulchan Aruch 694:3).

Pessach is also very much associated with Tzedakah. Before Pessach, there is an age-old custom to provide Kimcha d'Pischa, which literally means "flour for Passover." This was so that the poor people in the community would be able to buy flour to make matzot. Nowadays, this mitzvah is taken in a more general sense of providing the poor with their Passover needs.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Cycles of 13 (and 26)


The cycles of 52 weeks (364 days) can also be divided into 28 cycles of 13 days. With each day dedicated to two halachot, it may also be considered 28 cycles of 26 halachot (728). (This is connected to the gematria of Shabat (702), which is 27 x 26). 27 are the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet including the final letters, and 26 is the gematria of the name of Hashem (See Bnei Issaschar)

The thirteenth cycle of 13 days (or 26 halachot) falls from the 3rd of Adar until the 17th of Adar. Within that cycle, the time that would represent the same proportion, 13/28, would be the second half of the 9th of Adar, a day known for a violent outbreak in the usually peaceful arguments between Beit Hillel and Beit Shamai, reminiscent of the lack of respect/baseless hatred associated with the Counting of the Omer and the Three Weeks of Mourning. See The-Story-of-9Adar-A-Day-of-Disagreement.

Also, by using this same proportion yet counting from the 1st Adar until Purim, the 14th of Adar, time 13/28 would fall in the middle of the 7th of Adar, Moshe Rabbeinu's birthday and yahrzeit.

Purim is essentially about the 13 attributes of mercy - G-d's mercy for us, which is above nature is truly infinite (interestingly, the Torah reading usually falls on Ki Tissah, about the sin of the golden calf, and how Hashem forgave us even then, and revealed an even greater closeness to Moshe)

Cycles of thirteen are also connected to Nassi reading starting on Rosh Chodesh Nissan all the way to right before Pessach. Each of the the thirteen attributes appears connected to a Tribe (including Levi) - each attribute appears distinctively related to one of the tribes. There is also a very deep connection between the Thirteen Attributes and Nissan in general, and of course with Elul.

There are two main definitions of the 13 attributes. One given to Moshe and one given to Micah. Those given to Moshe represent the outer vessels, and those given to Micah represent the inner ones. The first thirteen appear to be connected to those given to Micah (inner revelation), and the second 13 those given to Moshe (outer revelation). That would bring us to 26. The last 2 cycles, in Elul and the beginning of Tishrei, would be a combination of both inner and outer dimensions (the inner vessels as revealed within the outer ones, and the outer vessels as revealed within the inner ones), and would also serve as a microcosm for the whole year.

Another idea that appears to contain 13 elements are the levels/steps mentioned by Rabbi Pinchas Ben Yair (see below), which also serves as the basis for the Ramchal's Mesilat Yesharim.

The 13 Attributes of Mercy according to Kabbalah:
  1. א-ל / G‑d — mighty in compassion to give all creatures according to their need;
  2. רַחוּם / rachum — merciful, that humankind may not be distressed;
  3. וְחַנּוּן / ve’chanun — and gracious if humankind is already in distress;
  4. אֶרֶךְ אַפַּיִם / erech apayim — slow to anger; (once, to the righteous)
  5. אֶרֶךְ אַפַּיִם / erech apayim — slow to anger; (repeated again for the wicked)
  6. וְרַב-חֶסֶד / ve’rav chesed — and plenteous in kindness;
  7. וֶאֱמֶת / ve’emet — and truth;
  8. נֹצֵר חֶסֶד / notzer chesed — keeping kindness 
  9. לָאֲלָפִים / laalafim — unto thousands;
  10. נֹשֵׂא עָוֹן / noseh avon — forgiving iniquity;
  11. וָפֶשַׁע / vafeshah — and transgression;
  12. וְחַטָּאָה / vechata'ah — and sin;
  13. וְנַקֵּה / venakeh — and pardoning.

The Mystical 13:
  1. מִי אֵ-ל כָּמוֹךָ / mee E-l kamocha — Who is a G‑d like you (in compassion);
  2. נֹשֵׂא עָו‍ֹן / noseh avon — who bears iniquity;
  3. וְעֹבֵר עַל פֶּשַׁע / ve’over al pesha — and overlooks sin;
  4. לִשְׁאֵרִית נַחֲלָתוֹ / lishi’eirit nachalato — For the remnant of his heritage;
  5. לֹא הֶחֱזִיק לָעַד אַפּוֹ / lo hechzik le’ad apoh — He does not retain his anger forever;
  6. כִּי חָפֵץ חֶסֶד הוּא/ ki chafetz chesed hu — for He desires kindness;
  7. יָשׁוּב יְרַחֲמֵנוּ/ yashuv yerachamanu — He shall again have mercy on us;
  8. יִכְבֹּשׁ עֲו‍ֹנֹתֵינוּ / yichbosh avonoteinu — and suppresses our iniquities;
  9. וְתַשְׁלִיךְ בִּמְצֻלוֹת יָם כָּל חַטֹּאתָם / vetashlich bimtzolet yam kol chatotam — casts our sins into the depths of the sea;
  10. תִּתֵּן אֱמֶת לְיַעֲקֹב / titein emet le’Yaakov — You grant truth to Jacob;
  11. חֶסֶד לְאַבְרָהָם / chesed le’Avraham — kindness to Abraham;
  12. אֲשֶׁר נִשְׁבַּעְתָּ לַאֲבֹתֵינוּ / asher nishba’ata le’avotaynu — which You previously swore to our forefathers;
  13. מִימֵי קֶדֶם / mimei kedem — from the earliest days.

The 13 Attributes of Mercy ("halachik" opinion):
  1. י-ה-ו-ה / Hashem — compassion before a person sins;
  2. י-ה-ו-ה / Hashem — compassion after a person has sinned;
  3. א-ל / G‑d — mighty in compassion, to give all creatures according to their need;
  4. רַחוּם / rachum — merciful, that humankind may not be distressed;
  5. וְחַנּוּן / ve’chanun — and gracious if humankind is already in distress;
  6. אֶרֶךְ אַפַּיִם / erech apayim — slow to anger;
  7. וְרַב-חֶסֶד / ve’rav chesed — and plenteous in kindness;
  8. וֶאֱמֶת / ve’emet — and truth;
  9. נֹצֵר חֶסֶד לָאֲלָפִים / notzer chesed laalafim — keeping kindness unto thousands;
  10. נֹשֵׂא עָוֹן / noseh avon — forgiving iniquity;
  11. וָפֶשַׁע / vafeshah — and transgression;
  12. וְחַטָּאָה / VeChata'ah — and sin;
  13. וְנַקֵּה / VeNakeh — and pardoning.


Avodah Zarah 20b

From here Rabbi Pineḥas ben Ya’ir would say: Torah study leads to care in the performance
of mitzvot. Care in the performance of mitzvot leads to diligence in their observance. Diligence
leads to cleanliness of the soul. Cleanliness of the soul leads to abstention from all evil.
Abstention from evil leads to purity and the elimination of all base desires. Purity leads to
piety. Piety leads to humility. Humility leads to fear of sin. Fear of sin leads to holiness.
Holiness leads to the Divine Spirit. The Divine Spirit leads to the resurrection of the dead.
And piety is greater than all of them, as it is stated: “Then You did speak in a vision to
Your pious ones” (Psalms 89:20).

Sotah Chapter 9:15

Rabbi Pinchas Ben Yair said: Diligence leads to cleanliness, cleanliness leads to purity,
and purity leads to separateness, and separateness leads to holiness, and holiness
leads to humility, and humility leads to dread of sin, and dread of sin leads to piety, and
piety leads to the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit leads to the resurrection of the dead,
and the resurrection of the dead will come with Elijah the Prophet, may he be
remembered for good, Amen
תורה מביאה לידי 1

2 זהירות זהירות מביאה לידי

3 זריזות זריזות מביאה לידי

4 נקיות  נקיות מביאה לידי

5 פרישות פרישות מביאה לידי

6 טהרה טהרה מביאה לידי

7 חסידות חסידות מביאה לידי

8 ענוה ענוה מביאה לידי

9 יראת חטא יראת חטא מביאה לידי

10 קדושה קדושה מביאה לידי

11 רוח הקודש רוח הקודש מביאה לידי

12 תחיית המתים

13 [וּתְחִיַּת הַמֵּתִים בָּא עַל יְדֵי אֵלִיָּהוּ זָכוּר לַטּוֹב, אָמֵן:]

Thirteen Stories of Rebbe Nachman:

Books by Rav Shalom Arush:
  1. The Garden of Emuna
  2.  The Garden of Peace
  3. Women's Wisdom
  4. The Garden of Yearning; A New Light (In the Garden of Yearning and Will)
  5. In Forest Fields
  6. The Garden of Riches
  7. The Garden of Gratitude
  8. The Garden of Education
  9. The Garden of Wisdom
  10. The Garden of Purity
  11. The Garden of Knowledge
  12. The Garden of Healing
  13. Say Thank You and See Miracles (The Garden of  Miracles)

Tanach Table

 (WEEK 1)
Joshua 1-2
Joshua 3-4
Joshua 5-6
Joshua 7-8
Joshua 9-10

Joshua 11-12

Joshua 13-14

(WEEK 2)
Joshua 15-16
Joshua 17-18
Joshua 19-20
 Joshua 21-22
 Joshua 23-24
 Judges 1-2
 Judges 3-4
(WEEK 3)
Judges 5-6
Judges 7-8
Judges 9-10

Judges 11-12

Judges 13-14

Judges 15-16

Judges 17-18

(WEEK 4)
Judges 19-20
Shmuel I 1

Shmuel I 2-3

Shmuel I 4-5

Shmuel I 6-7

Shmuel I 8-9

Shmuel I 10-11

 (WEEK 5)
Shmuel I 12-13
Shmuel I 14-15
Shmuel I 16-17
 Shmuel I 18-19
Shmuel I 20-21
 Shmuel I 22-23
 Shmuel I 24-25
26(WEEK 6)
Shmuel I 26-27
Shmuel I 28-29
Shmuel I 30-31
 Shmuel II 1-2
Shmuel II 3-4
Shmuel II 5-6
 Shmuel II 7-8

 (WEEK 7)
Shmuel II 9-10
Shmuel II 11-12
 Shmuel II 13-14
 Shmuel II 15-16
 Shmuel II 17-18
 Shmuel II 19-20
Shmuel II 21-22
(WEEK 8)
Shmuel II 23-24
Kings I 1-2
Kings I 3-4
Kings I 5-6
Kings I 7-8
Kings I 9-10
Kings I 11-12
 (WEEK 9)
Kings I 13-14
Kings I 15-16
Kings I 17-18
Kings I 19-20
Kings I 21-22
 Kings II 1-2
Kings II 3-4
 (WEEK 10)
Kings II 5-6
 Kings II 7-8
 Kings II 9-10
 Kings II 11-12
Kings II 13-14
 Kings II 15-16
Kings II 17-18
 (WEEK 11)
Kings II 19-20
 Kings II 21-22
 Kings II 23-24
 Kings II 25
Isaiah 1
 Isaiah 2-3
 Isaiah 4-5
 Isaiah 6-7
 (WEEK 12)
Isaiah 8-9
Isaiah 10-11
Isaiah 12-13
Isaiah 14-15
Isaiah 16-17
Isaiah 18-19
Isaiah 20-21
 (WEEK 13)
Isaiah 22-23
Isaiah 24-25
Isaiah 26-27
Isaiah 28-29
Isaiah 30-31
Isaiah 32-33
Isaiah 34-35
 (WEEK 14)
Isaiah 36-37
Isaiah 38-39
Isaiah 40-41
Isaiah 42-43
Isaiah 44-45
Isaiah 46-47

Isaiah 48-49
 (WEEK 15)
Isaiah 50-51
Isaiah 52-53

Isaiah 54-55
Isaiah 56-57

 Isaiah 58-59
 Isaiah 60-61
 Isaiah 62-63

 (WEEK 16)
Isaiah 64-65
 Isaiah 66
Jeremiah 1
 Jeremiah 2-3

 Jeremiah 4-5
 Jeremiah 6-7
 Jeremiah 8-9

Jeremiah 10-11
 (WEEK 17)

Jeremiah 12-13
Jeremiah 14-15
Jeremiah 16-17
Jeremiah 18-19

Jeremiah 20-21
Jeremiah 22-23
Jeremiah 24-25
 (WEEK 18)
Jeremiah 26-27
Jeremiah 28-29
Jeremiah 30-31
Jeremiah 32-33
Jeremiah 34-35
Jeremiah 36-37
Jeremiah 38-39
 (WEEK 19)
Jeremiah 40-41
Jeremiah 42-43
Jeremiah 44-45
Jeremiah 46-47
Jeremiah 48-49
Jeremiah 50-51
Jeremiah 52
Ezekiel 1
(WEEK 20)
Ezekiel 2-3
Ezekiel 4-5
Ezekiel 6-7
Ezekiel 8-9
Ezekiel 10-11
Ezekiel 12-13
Ezekiel 14-15
 (WEEK 21)
Ezekiel 16-17
Ezekiel 18-19
Ezekiel 20-21
Ezekiel 22-23
Ezekiel 24-25
Ezekiel 26-27
Ezekiel 28-29
 (WEEK 22)
Ezekiel 30-31
Ezekiel 32-33

Ezekiel 34-35
Ezekiel 36-37
Ezekiel 38-39
Ezekiel 40-41
Ezekiel 42-43
(WEEK 23)
(Ezekiel 44-45
Ezekiel 46-47
Ezekiel 48
Hoshea 1

Hoshea 2-3
Hoshea 4-5
Hoshea 6-7

Hoshea 8-9

 (WEEK 24)

Hoshea 10-11
Hoshea 12-13
Hoshea 14
Joel 1
Joel 2-3
Joel 4
Amos 1
Amos 2-3
Amos 4-5
 (WEEK 25)
Amos 6-7
Amos 8-9
Obadiah 1
Yonah 1

Yonah 2-3
Yonah 4
Micha 1
Micha 2-3

Micha 4-5

 (WEEK 26)
Micha 6-7
Nachum 1-2
Nachum 3
Habakkuk 1
Habakkuk 2-3
Tzefanaiah 1-2
Tzefanaiah 3
Chaggai 1
Chaggai 2
Zechariah 1
 (WEEK 27)
Zechariah 2-3

Zechariah 4-5
Zechariah 6-7

Zechariah 8-9

Zechariah 10-11
Zechariah 12-13
Zechariah 14
Malachi 1
 (WEEK 28)
Malachi 2-3
Psalm 1-2
Psalm 3-4
 Psalm 5-6
 Psalm 7-8
Psalm 9-10 
 Psalm 11-12
 (WEEK 29)
Psalm 13-14
Psalm 15-16
 Psalm 17-18
Psalm 19-20
Psalm 21-22
Psalm 23-24
Psalm 25-26
 (WEEK 30)
Psalm 27-28
Psalm 29-30
Psalm 31-32
Psalm 33-34
Psalm 35-36
Psalm 37-38
Psalm 39-40
 (WEEK 31)
Psalm 41-42
Psalm 43-44
Psalm 45-46
Psalm 47-48
Psalm 49-50
Psalm 51-52
Psalm 53-54
 (WEEK 32)
Psalm 55-56
Psalm 57-58
Psalm 59-60
Psalm 61-62
Psalm 63-64
 Psalm 65-66
 Psalm 67-68

 (WEEK 33)
Psalm 69-70
Psalm 71-72

Psalm 73-74

Psalm 75-76
Psalm 77-78

Psalm 79-80
Psalm 81-82
 (WEEK 34)
Psalm 83-84
Psalm 85-86
Psalm 87-88
Psalm 89-90

Psalm 91-92
Psalm 93-94

Psalm 95-96
 (WEEK 35)
Psalm 97-98
 Psalm 99-100
Psalm 101-102
Psalm 103-104
Psalm 105-106
Psalm 107-108
Psalm 109-110

 (WEEK 36)
Psalm 111-112
Psalm 113-114
Psalm 115-116
Psalm 117-118
Psalm 119-134
Psalm 135-136
Psalm 137-138
 (WEEK 37)
Psalm 139-140
Psalm 141-142
Psalm 143-144
Psalm 145-146
Psalm 147-148
Psalm 149-150
Proverbs 1-2
 (WEEK 38)
Proverbs 3-4
Proverbs 5-6
Proverbs 7-8
Proverbs 9-10
Proverbs 11-12
Proverbs 13-14
 Proverbs 15-16
 (WEEK 39)
Proverbs 17-18
Proverbs 19-20
Proverbs 21-22
Proverbs 23-24
Proverbs 25-26
Proverbs 27-28
Proverbs 29-30
 (WEEK 40)
Proverbs 31
Job 1
Job 2-3
Job 4-5
Job 6-7
Job 8-9
Job 10-11
Job 12-13

 (WEEK 41)
Job 14-15
Job 16-17
Job 18-19
Job 20-21
Job 22-23
Job 24-25
Job 26-27
 (WEEK 42)
Job 28-29
Job 30-31
Job 32-33
Job 34-35
 Job 36-37
Job 38-39
Job 40-41
 (WEEK 43)
Job 42
Shir HaShirim 1
Shir HaShirim 2-3
Shir HaShirim 4-5
Shir HaShirim 6-7
Shir HaShirim 8
Ruth 1
Ruth 2-3
Ruth 4
Eichah 1
 (WEEK 44)
Eichah 2-3

Eichah 4-5

Kohelet 1-2

Kohelet 3-4

Kohelet 5-6

Kohelet 7-8

Kohelet 9-10
 (WEEK 45)

Kohelet 11-12
 Esther 1-2
Esther 3-4
Esther 5-6
Esther 7-8
Esther 9-10
 Daniel 1-2
 (WEEK 46)

Daniel 3-4
Daniel 5-6
 Daniel 7-8

 Daniel 9-10
Daniel 11-12

Ezra 1-2
 Ezra 3-4
 (WEEK 47)
Ezra 5-6
Ezra 7-8
Ezra 9-10
Nechemia 1-2
Nechemia 3-4
Nechemia 5-6
Nechemia 7-8
 (WEEK 48)
Nechemia 9-10
Nechemia 11-12
Nechemia 13
Divrei HaYamim I 1
Divrei HaYamim I 2-3
Divrei HaYamim I 4-5
Divrei HaYamim I 6-7
Divrei HaYamim I 8-9

 (WEEK 49) Divrei HaYamim I 10-11
Divrei HaYamim I 12-13
Divrei HaYamim I 14-15
Divrei HaYamim I 16-17
Divrei HaYamim I 18-19
Divrei HaYamim I 20-21
Divrei HaYamim I 22-23

 (WEEK 50)
Divrei HaYamim I 24-25
 Divrei HaYamim I 26-27
Divrei HaYamim I 28-29
Divrei HaYamim II 1-2
Divrei HaYamim II 3-4
Divrei HaYamim II 5-6
Divrei HaYamim II 7-8
 (WEEK 51)
Divrei HaYamim II 9-10
Divrei HaYamim II 11-12
Divrei HaYamim II 13-14
Divrei HaYamim II 15-16
Divrei HaYamim II 17-18

Divrei HaYamim II 19-20
Divrei HaYamim II 21-22

 (WEEK 52)
Divrei HaYamim II 23-24
Divrei HaYamim II 25-26
Divrei HaYamim II 27-28
Divrei HaYamim II 29-30
Divrei HaYamim II 31-32
Divrei HaYamim II 33-34
Divrei HaYamim II 35-36


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