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VA’ERA – Video Commentary on this Shabbat

VA’ERA – Video Commentary on this Shab...

Exodus 6:2 – 9:35 || Ezechiel 28:25 – 29:21 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «G-d created the world in six days, laid down the laws of nature, and set things in motion. Avraham saw the wonder of the world and knew there was a master, a Creator, a One G-d in charge of all. The G-d of Avraham who put order and beauty in the world, became the G-d of Yitzchak, the...
Parashat Va’era Video Commentary

Parashat Va’era Video Commentary...

Exodus 6:2 – 9:35; Ezekiel 28:25 – 29:21 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel „Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better!“ Thus spoke Pharaoh to Moses. „I Can Do Anything Better Than You!“ Thus spoke Pharaoh to the G-d of the Hebrews. Moses held the staff of HaShem. Pharaoh had necromancers and soothsayers, magicians, wizards and spell-for-hire sorcerers....
Parashat Va’era Readings and Video Commentary

Parashat Va’era Readings and Video Commentar...

© Lencer, Wiki CommonsExodus 6:2 – 9:35; Ezekiel 28:25 – 29:21   Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „The ten plagues that made G-d’s name known in all the world happened many years ago in the land of Egypt. The process they began of bringing the knowledge of G-d’s presence and power to all humankind for all generations continues till today. They resound...
Parashat Shabbat Va’era Readings and Video Commentary

Parashat Shabbat Va’era Readings and Video C...

Exodus 6:2 – 9:35; Ezekiel 28:25 – 29:21 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel „The multifaceted message of the ten plagues was to drive home the truth that there is but one G-d in the world, that He is concerned with every facet of His creation, and that He is the master of all that he has created. All the Pharaohs in the world can’t hold a candle to G-d’s great...

Shabbat Reading and Commentary for week 5, 2009, (...

Shabbat Reading Exodus 6:2–9:35; Ezekiel 28:25–29:21 By Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem Commentary: This week’s Torah portion shows us how the children of Israel first began experiencing freedom from slavery as the LORD began making Himself known to them. God had a plan to deliver his people, first, by bringing them out of Egypt and redeeming them and then taking them as His people (v.6–7). This is...