Today’s annual Torah portion is Chayei Sarah, “The Life of Sarah,” in Genesis 23:1-25:18.
Today’s triennial Torah portion is Re’eh, “See,” in Deuteronomy 11:26-12:19.
Today’s Old Testament chronological reading is in Jeremiah 29 through 31.
(Please see Chronological Notes Documentation to understand why the book of Jeremiah must be read out of order to read it chronologically.)
The Psalms/ Proverbs reading is in Psalm 119:113-172.
No New Testament reading today.
I was not able to complete the outline post for triennial Re’eh, I apologize. Here are some links that will help.
Deu 11:26-12:32, Do not serve God in like manner
Deu 10:12-12:32, Love and gratitude
Deu 11:26-16:17, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th commandments explained in Re’eh
Deu 11:26-14:29, Explanation of the 2nd commandment: You shall not make idols
Deu 11:26-14:29, 2nd commandment chiastic structure
Deu 11:26-14:29, Explanation of the 3rd commandment: Do not profane YHVH’s name
Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17, Annual Re’eh “See” Outline
Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17, Finding Messiah in Re’eh
Links to previous studies.
Jeremiah 29 through 31, Hebrew paragraph divisions, partial structure, and the depth of our Father’s goodness
Jeremiah 29, Reverse parallelism, and correction, not destruction
Jeremiah 30 and 31, And how the new covenant differs from the old covenant
Psalm 119:113-120, Chiastic structure
Psalm 119:121-128, Reverse parallelism
Psalm 119:129-136, Chiastic structure
Psalm 119:137-144, Chiastic structure
Psalm 119:145-160, Patterns and repetitions
Psalm 119:161-176, Reverse parallelism
The single chiastic structure of the whole psalm:
Psalm 119 chiastic structure, part one
Psalm 119 chiastic structure, part two
Psalm 119 chiastic structure, part three
Psalm 119 chiastic structure, part four
Psalm 119 chiastic structure, part five
Psalm 119 chiastic structure, part six
Psalm 119 chiastic structure, part seven
Psalm 119 chiastic structure, part eight