The Torah (first five books of the Bible) is divided into 54 portions (called parsha), which is read weekly worldwide, throughout the year, starting just after the 8th day of Sukkot (Simchat Torah/ Rejoicing of the Law). The last parsha (and the first for next year) is always read on the 8th day of Sukkot.
The Stone Edition Tanach (Tanach means the Torah, Prophets and Writings - such as Psalms) makes it easy to read the Parsha, as it is divided clearly, with Hebrew on the right page and English on the left. (Paging is 'back to front' as Hebrew is read from right to left)
'This week's Parsha is: Va'etchanan
Torah: Devarim (Deuteronomy) 3:23 to 7:11
For 36 days Moses "reviewed" what Hashem told him on Mt Sinai to write down in the Torah's first 4 books.
He predicts that the Children of Israel will not always stay loyal to Hashem - that they will worship idols - and therefore Hashem will punish them and exile them from the land which He promised to Avraham, Yitzchak and Yakov.
They will be few and scattered among the nations, but will seek Hashem and obey His commandments and they will return to the Land.
This parsha has a repetition of the 10 Utterances / Commandments and also contains the first section of the "Shema".
Hashem tells Moses again that he will not enter the Land but takes him onto a mountain and shows him the whole (original) land of Israel.
May we merit to be in the Land soon!
(Yours may differ)
Isaiah 40: 1 to 26
We start with the 7 "haftarot of Consolation" which starts after the fast of Tisha B'Av and continues until Rosh Hashanah.
"Announce to Jerusalem that her period of exile has been fulfilled and that her sins have been forgiven!"
What a powerful exhortation of the prophet regarding the events at the onset of the Messianic Age!
Let us pray that Hashem has remembered His covenant with Avraham, Yitzchak & Yaakov and that He has remembered the Land!
And that this was the last time that Tisha B'Av was a time of mourning!
Many Rabbi's post wonderful lectures on the weekly parsha on YouTube,
with insights into the deeper meaning of the text.
Page 2 + 3 have links to their websites.
PodCasts & Radio
There are also PodCasts & Radio Talk Shows to listen to.
See page 2 for the links.