Today’s annual Torah portion is Devarim, “Words,” in Deuteronomy 1:1-3:22.
Today’s triennial Torah portion is Ki tisa, “When you take,” in Exodus 30:11-38.
Today’s Old Testament chronological reading is in 1 Kings 19 and 20.
The Psalms/ Proverbs reading is in Psalm 24.
No New Testament reading today.
I apologize that I was not able to complete the triennial Ki tisa chiastic structure or outline this year. But here are some links:
Annual Ki Tisa Outline
Finding Messiah in Ki Tisa
Exo 30:11-16, Triennial Ki tisa (Adar II)
Exo 30:11-34:35, Annual Ki tisa chiastic structure
Exo 30:11-34:35, Annual Ki tisa chiastic structures
Exo 30:11-34:35, Puzzles within the parashah
Exo 29 and 30, Constructing, then consecrating, the tabernacle
Exo 30 and 31, Strong themes reveal amazing truths
Links to previous studies.
1 Kings 19 and 20, Hebrew paragraph divisions, strong themes, and chiastic structure
1 Kings 19 and 20, And hearing the still, small voice
Psalm 24, Hebrew paragraph divisions and chiastic structure
Psalm 24, And this is Jacob