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Parashat VAYIKRA Video Commentary – Zachor

Parashat VAYIKRA Video Commentary – Zachor...

Leviticus 1:1 – 5:26 || 1 Samuel 15:2-34 seph. 1-34 Zachor (Chabad.org) – This being the Shabbat before Purim… Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: Welcome to a world where actions speak louder than words; where a man becomes a man while drawing closer to G-d. A world so foreign to our modern sensibilities and perceptions, we need to listen with extra intent...
Parashat Shabbat KI TISA Video Commentary

Parashat Shabbat KI TISA Video Commentary...

© Lencer, Wiki CommonsExodus 30:11 – 34:35 || Kings I 18:1-39   Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „Masks, veils, disguises, cover ups, concealment and camouflage: These are words associated with the Purim festival which we celebrate this week. But masks and camouflage also teach a profound lesson of attachment and separation from G-d in this week’s Torah reading...
Parashat Shabbat TETZAVEH Video Commentary

Parashat Shabbat TETZAVEH Video Commentary...

© Lencer, Wiki CommonsExodus 27:10 – 30:10; Deut. 25:17-19 || Samuel I 15:2-34   Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „Love and marriage: This is the story of the building of the Tabernacle in the desert. G-d so loved His people Israel that He could not bear to wait until they entered the land before they would build for Him a sanctuary. He ordered a temporary, portable...
Shabbat TZAV and PURIM Readings and Video Commentary

Shabbat TZAV and PURIM Readings and Video Commenta...

Tzav: Lev. 6:1-8:36 || Haftara: 1. Sam. 15:2-3 Zachor: Deut. 25:17-19 On the Shabbat before Purim (this year, March 15), a special reading is held in the synagogue. We read the Torah section called Zachor (“Remember”), in which we are enjoined to remember the deeds of (the nation of) Amalek (Haman’s ancestor) who sought to destroy the Jewish people. Purim: Megillah Esther, Lev. 17:8-16 | | Rephidim Video Commentary...
Purim Shabbat Tetzaveh Readings and Video Commentary

Purim Shabbat Tetzaveh Readings and Video Commenta...

TETZAWEH: Exodus 27:20 – 30:10; Deut. 25:17-19; 1 Samuel 15:2-34 PURIM: Megillat Esther; Exodus 17:8-34 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „And you shall command the children of Israel to kindle the lamps continually.“ (Exodus 27:20) The light of the golden menora symbolizes the light of G-d in this world. If so, then why are we instructed to „kindle the lamps?“...
Shabbat Tetzaveh ZACHOR Purim Commentary

Shabbat Tetzaveh ZACHOR Purim Commentary...

Shabbat Tetzaveh Torah Reading: Exodus 27:20 – 30:10 Maftir: Deuteronomy 25:17-19 Haftarah Reading: I Samuel 15:2 – 34 Commentary: By Michael Schneider, Jerusalem The main lesson from this week’s (Tetzaveh – You Shall Command) reading is that GOD Himself wants to dwell in the midst of us! This is the parallel we draw from the role of the tabernacle and the High Priest. Secondly we learn from our...
Purim and Shabbat Tzav Readings and Video Commentary

Purim and Shabbat Tzav Readings and Video Commenta...

Tzav (Leviticus 6:1-8:36) Parashat Tzav is read on Shabbat: II Adar 13, 5771/March 19, 2011 Video Commentary by Rabbi Richman, The Temple Institute Jerusalem: II Adar 14 = Purim Magilat Esther will be read (the entire Book Esther) …and for the children this YouTube or that Purim Sameach
Greeting Card PURIM – for Jews and all who would join them

Greeting Card PURIM – for Jews and all who w...

Purim 2010: February 28 – March 1. For technical reasons we cannot bring this year’s Purim greeting card online in time. On our homepage, however, you get an impression of this year’s sujet. Write us an e-mail. Then we will send you this picture in high definition, that you can print it out and send it in time to your friends. The Text is: …for Jews and all who would join them PURIM

Shabbat Reading and Commentary for week 11, 2009, ...

Exodus 20:20–30:10; Deuteronomy 25:17–19; Ezekiel 37:10–27 By Michael Schneider< ! Commentary: The main lesson from this week’s reading is that GOD Himself wants to dwell in the midst of us! This is the parallel we draw from the role of the tabernacle and the High Priest… …Secondly we learn from our portion out of the prophets that obedience is greater than sacrifice.

David’s Comment: Purim 2008 – The Sp...

By David & Josie Silver, Out of Zion Ministries, Mt. Carmel, Israel As the Jewish world once again prepares to remember the exploits of a beautiful young Jewess, Hadassah or Esther as she is more commonly known, the same spirit that was at work through the wicked Haman, is still at work in 2008. As the Jewish people celebrate this Purim, the spirit that controlled Haman, is controlling most of the world’s...

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