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Parashat EKEV Readings and Video Commentary

Parashat EKEV Readings and Video Commentary...

© Lencer, Wiki CommonsDeuteronomy 7:12 – 11:25 || Isaiah 49:14 – 51:3 Video Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „The land of Israel – every grain of it – belongs to the people of Israel. By virtue of her diligent adherence to G-d’s commandments, Israel will come into undisputed possession of the land. No man can take this away – not even the...
Parashat Shabbat Mishpatim Readings and Video Commentary

Parashat Shabbat Mishpatim Readings and Video Comm...

Exodus 21:1 – 24:18 | | Jeremiah 34:8-22; 33:25-26 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel „Circle around G-d: Celebrate, honor and sanctify life by making Him your center. This is the message of Torah from Sinai, from the simplest of commandments to the joyful observance of the three pilgrimage festivals:“ Shabbat Shalom
Shabbat Mishpatim Readings and Commentary

Shabbat Mishpatim Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 21:1–24:18; 2 Kings 12:1-17 in addition: for Shabbat Shekalim read Exodus 30:11-16 by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem Commentary: After the Ten Commandments were given, the Children of Israel were given the laws of how to practice their everyday lives. Order and precepts were given to a people who were former slaves who had just been delivered. That’s why, the first of these laws deals with the freedom of a Hebrew...
TOP MANAGER JETHRO or YITRO – Conversion to Judaism

TOP MANAGER JETHRO or YITRO – Conversion to Juda...

Exodus 18:1–20:26; Isaiah 6:1-7; 7:1-6; 9:5-6 By Michael Schneider, Jerusalem Commentary: Our Torah portion “Jethro” is one of the six readings named after a person. The others include Noah, Sarah, Korah, Balak and Pinchas (Phinneas). Our reading was named for the heathen and pagan priest of Midian who eventually became Moses’ father-in-law. It is here, we read in the heart of the Torah the most important scripture...
Parashat Shabbat SHUVA VaYelech Readings and Commentary

Parashat Shabbat SHUVA VaYelech Readings and Comme...

Deuteronomy 31; Hosea 14:2-10; Micha 7:18-20; Yoel 2,15-27 Greeting cards for Yom Kippur, free download, click here > With The Burning Bush the story of Moses began, today we are approaching the end of his farewell-story. In German Synagogues it’s usal to sing a farewell Sabbath Song, the „Adon Olam“, at the end of every Shabbatmorning ministry in order to protect us from forgetting that He is the „Lord...
Parashat Shabbat Ekev Readings and Video Commentary

Parashat Shabbat Ekev Readings and Video Commentar...

Deuteronomy 7:12 till 11:25; Haftara: Isaiah 49:14 till 51:3 How is it possible that the Torah commands us something which is depending upon a person’s heard, depending upon a person’s emotion? Can God command us how to feel? The love that every Jew feels for God is part of us, is part of the essences of who we are, is very close to the surface! Watch video commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman from The Temple Institute: Find...
Parashat Shabbat Mishpatim Readings and Commentary

Parashat Shabbat Mishpatim Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 21:1–24:18; 2 Kings 12:1-17 in addition: for Shabbat Shekalim read Exodus 30:11-16 by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem Commentary: After the Ten Commandments were given, the Children of Israel were given the laws of how to practice their everyday lives. Order and precepts were given to a people who were former slaves who had just been delivered. That’s why, the first of these laws deals with the freedom of a Hebrew...
TOP MANAGER JETHRO or YITRO – Conversion to Judaism

TOP MANAGER JETHRO or YITRO – Conversion to ...

Exodus 18:1–20:26; Isaiah 6:1-7; 7:1-6; 9:5-6 By Michael Schneider, Jerusalem Commentary: Our Torah portion “Jethro” is one of the six readings named after a person. The others include Noah, Sarah, Korah, Balak and Pinchas (Phinneas). Our reading was named for the heathen and pagan priest of Midian who eventually became Moses’ father-in-law. It is here, we read in the heart of the Torah the most important scripture...
Shabbat Ekev Readings and Video Commentary

Shabbat Ekev Readings and Video Commentary...

Deuteronomy 7:12 till 11:25; Haftara: Isaiah 49:14 till 51:3 How is it possible that the Torah commands us something which is depending upon a person’s heard, depending upon a person’s emotion? Can God command us how to feel? The love that every Jew feels for God is part of us, is part of the essences of who we are, is very close to the surface! Watch video commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman from The Temple Institute: Find...
Shabbat MISHPATIM Readings and Commentary

Shabbat MISHPATIM Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 21:1–24:18; Exodus 30:11-16; 2 Kings 12:1-17 by Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem Commentary: After the Ten Commandments were given, the Children of Israel were given the laws of how to practice their everyday lives. Order and precepts were given to a people who were former slaves who had just been delivered. That’s why, the first of these laws deals with the freedom of a Hebrew slave on the seventh...

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