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Matot-Masei – Shabbat Video Commentary...

Numbers 30:2 – 36:13 || Jeremiah 2:4-28 & 3:4 & 4:1-2 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Moshe rabbenu, (Moses our master) was a man totally dedicated to his G-d and his people. He had no private life. His every moment was preoccupied with serving the G-d of Israel and the people of Israel, which he did faithfully, to his final breath»…more: Shabbat...

PINCHAS – Shabbat Video Commentary...

Numbers 25:10 – 30:1 || Jeremiah 1:1 – 2:3 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Don’t mistake his zealotry for jealousy, or the violent nature of his act which defended G-d’s honor, and simultaneously put an end to Israel’s licentious behavior and the plague that was decimating the nation, for the sign of a violent nature in his soul. G-d Himself testifies...

BALAK – Shabbat Video Commentary...

Numbers 22:2 – 25:9 || Micah 5,6 – 6,8 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Bilaam, the heathen prophet and curser for hire, whose motto was „anything you can do, I can do badder,“ was the negative twin of Moshe, and as our sages teach us, was the exact opposite of our father Avraham. Avraham, referred to by G-d as „my love,“ was a righteous man...

CHUKAT – Shabbat Video Commentary...

Numbers 19:1 – 22:1 || Judges 11:1-33 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «The Thin Red Line: Parashat Chukat describes so many seemingly unrelated events, yet it is the profound fundamental truth contained in the commandment of the red heifer – parah adumah – that ties all these events so tightly together»…more: Shabbat Shalom

KORACH – Shabbat Video Commentary...

Numbers 16:1 – 18:32 || 1 Samuel 11:14 – 12:22 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Twas arrogance and jealousy, pride and a lack of faith in either Moshe or HaShem which swallowed up Korach, causing his precipitous demise. Brilliant and charismatic, he could have been a contender instead of a poster boy for the sin of self aggrandizement, which is his sole claim to...