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Shabbat BESHALACH Video Commentary

Shabbat BESHALACH Video Commentary...

Exodus 13:17 – 17:16 || Judges 4:4 – 5:31 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Post-parting of the Sea of Reeds depression nags the children of Israel, as they question whether G-d is still with them, just days after the greatest miracle in history leaves them giddy with prophecy. The cure, they learn, is not in the reliving of past heights, but in embracing the day,...
Parashat Beshalach Video Commentary

Parashat Beshalach Video Commentary...

Parashat Shabbat BESHALACH Video Commentary

Parashat Shabbat BESHALACH Video Commentary...

Exodus 13:17 – 17:16; Judges 4:4 – 5:31 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel „Bread from heaven: What a beautiful way for G-d to show His people how much He loves them! The manna which sustained Israel for forty years in the desert was replaced upon entering the land by bread which sprouts from the earth, a process no less miraculous than manna, and an expression no...
Parashat Beshalach Readings and Video Commentary

Parashat Beshalach Readings and Video Commentary...

Exodus 13:17 – 17:16; Judges 4:4 – 5:31 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel „Bread from heaven: What a beautiful way for G-d to show His people how much He loves them! The manna which sustained Israel for forty years in the desert was replaced upon entering the land by bread which sprouts from the earth, a process no less miraculous than manna, and an expression no...
SHIRAT Shabbat BeShalach- and Tu biShvat Commentary

SHIRAT Shabbat BeShalach- and Tu biShvat Commentar...

Exodus 13:17–17:16; Judges 4:4–5:31 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem: This week’s Torah portion tells us that Pharaoh had a change of heart after expelling the children of Israel from Egypt, leading him to chase after them. The Israelites began to panic when they saw Pharaoh’s horses galloping after them. They were quick to forget God’s powerful work and their praises turned to complaints. Moses...
Shabbat Parashat BeShalach Readings and Commentary

Shabbat Parashat BeShalach Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 13:17–17:16; Judges 4:4–5:31 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem: This week’s Torah portion tells us that Pharaoh had a change of heart after expelling the children of Israel from Egypt, leading him to chase after them. The Israelites began to panic when they saw Pharaoh’s horses galloping after them. They were quick to forget God’s powerful work and their praises turned to complaints. Moses...
Shabbat BeShalach Readings and Commentary

Shabbat BeShalach Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 13:17–17:16; Judges 4:4–5:31 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem: This week’s Torah portion tells us that Pharaoh had a change of heart after expelling the children of Israel from Egypt, leading him to chase after them. The Israelites began to panic when they saw Pharaoh’s horses galloping after them. They were quick to forget God’s powerful work and their praises...
Shabbat  BeSHALACH – When He Sent – Sabbath Reading and Commentary

Shabbat BeSHALACH – When He Sent – Sabbat...

Exodus 13:17–17:16; Judges 4:4–5:31 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem: This week’s Torah portion tells us that Pharaoh had a change of heart after expelling the children of Israel from Egypt, leading him to chase after them. The Israelites began to panic when they saw Pharaoh’s horses galloping after them. They were quick to forget God’s powerful work and their praises...

Shabbat Reading and Commentary for week 7, 2009, (...

Exodus 13:17–17:16; Judges 4:4–5:31 By Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem Commentary: This week’s Torah portion tells us that Pharaoh had a change of heart after expelling the children of Israel from Egypt, leading him to chase after them. The Israelites began to panic when they saw Pharaoh’s horses galloping after them. They were quick to forget God’s powerful work and their praises turned to complaints....