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46 min Temple Talk Rosh haShana and Parashat Radio

46 min Temple Talk Rosh haShana and Parashat Radio...

Temple Talk Radio by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: between Parashat Nitzavim-Vayelech and Rosh haShana…more: Shabbat Shalom and Shana tova Get here your Rosh HaShanah Greeting-Card > for free
Shabbat NITZAVIM & ROSH HASHANAH Video Commentary

Shabbat NITZAVIM & ROSH HASHANAH Video Commen...

Deutoronomy 29:9 – 30:20 Isaiah 61:10 – 63:9 ◄ click Shana Tova greeting card and use for free Video Commentary by Rabbi Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „Standing together, shoulder to shoulder, upright, focused and with purpose, all Israel is poised to enter the land promised by G-d and the covenant sworn to by their fathers. Shoulder to shoulder, side by side, with the generations that...
Nitzavim and Rosh haShana Greetings Commentary

Nitzavim and Rosh haShana Greetings Commentary...

Deutoronomy 29:9 – 30:20 Isaiah 61:10 – 63:9 ◄ click Shana Tova greeting card Video Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „We are all standing here today before G-d, about to enter the land of Israel and about to bring in the new year by declaring G-d’s sovereignty over all of creation. The messages of parashat Nitzavim – entering a covenant with G-d,...
Nitzavim-Vayelech with Rosh HaShana Greeting Cards

Nitzavim-Vayelech with Rosh HaShana Greeting Cards...

Deutoronomy 29:9 – 31:30 Isaiah 61:10 – 63:9 ◄ click Shana Tova greeting card Video Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „In this week’s parasha the children of Israel are about to enter into a covenant with Hashem, and we are today about to enter into the new year of 5775. The same challenge that stood before Israel as she stood poised to enter the land, stands...
Shabbat Nitzavim-VaYelech Reading and Video-Commentary

Shabbat Nitzavim-VaYelech Reading and Video-Commen...

Deuteronomy 29:10-31:30; Isaiah 61:10-63:9 Video commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute: „The world is in turmoil, but when Israel stands – nitzavim – strong, steady and determined to enter into and inherit her destiny – then nothing can harm her, for G-d is with her.“ Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah – Photos © by formoretti Rosh Hashanah (Jewish new year, 1st-...
Parashat Shabbat Nitzavim Readings and Commentary

Parashat Shabbat Nitzavim Readings and Commentary...

Deuteronomy 29:10-30:20; Isaiah 61:10-63:9 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 of the Universe“ when we are back in our homes▼ Commentary...
Shabbat Nitzavim-VaYelech Reading and Commentary

Shabbat Nitzavim-VaYelech Reading and Commentary...

Deuteronomy 29:10-31:30; Isaiah 61:10-63:9 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 of the Universe“ when we are back in our homes▼ Commentary...
Shabbat Nitzavim-VaYelech Reading and Commentary

Shabbat Nitzavim-VaYelech Reading and Commentary...

Deuteronomy 29:10-31:30; Isaiah 61:10-63:9 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 of the Universe“ when we are back in our homes▼ Commentary...
Shabbat Nitzavim-VaYelech – You stand (before the LORD) and (Moses) went – Sabbath-Readings and Commentary

Shabbat Nitzavim-VaYelech – You stand (before th...

Deuteronomy 29:10-31:30; Isaiah 61:10-63:9 Commentary by Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem: It is common that these two weekly Torah portions are read together on a Shabbat. Further, this Shabbat the 25th Elul is als in Judaism marked as the first Day of Creation of the universe – and six days later at the creation of man we celebrate the New Year 5768. We approaching Moses’ farewell speech before the leaders...