11 Cheshvan 5781 / Thursday, October 29, 2020 | Torah Reading: Lech Lecha
 
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Shemot, Perfecting Our Emunah

  
 
How do we understand the deeper meaning of the three signs which Hashem showed Moshe Rabbenu at the burning bush, and apply do we apply it to our lives?
 

 
By: Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Date of recording: 1/3/2018
Location: Shmuel Hanavi 13, Jerusalem, Israel
Duration: 00:14:34
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  Lech Lecha: Holding onto the Land  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 10/24/2020, 21:05
 
Hashem explicitly tells Abraham to walk all across the Land of Israel, from north to south and from east to west. Why did He require Abraham to see every square meter of the land?


 
  Lech Lecha: Going Toward Our Life's Purpose  
 
By Rabbi Nasan Maimon
Update date: 10/24/2020, 21:06
 
Rabbi Nasan Maimon explains that Hashem put each of us in the world for a reason. "Go forth, for yourself" was said not just to Avraham, but to all of us! Every decision we make must be made in light of our purpose in life.


 
  Lech Lecha: Why So Difficult?  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 10/24/2020, 21:06
 
Why was Hashem so insistent that Avraham Avinu leave his homeland and come to the Land of Israel? And once he came, why was his life so very difficult?


 
  Lech Lecha: Overcoming Obstacles  
 
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 10/24/2020, 21:07
 
How you can overcome the struggles of day to day life. Avraham Avinu in Parshat Lech Lecha shows us how!


 
  Lech Lecha: Above the Stars!  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 10/24/2020, 21:07
 
We know that emuna is above the stars and as such, defies the stars; but, where does the Torah say so explicitly? Is astrology the real deal? Can emuna override what's written in the stars?


 
  Lech Lecha: Coming Close to the Tzaddik  
 
By Rabbi Nasan Maimon
Update date: 10/24/2020, 21:08
 
Rabbi Nasan Maimon speaks about the weekly Torah portion, Lech Lecha.


 
  Lech Lecha: Living a Life of Purpose  
 
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 10/24/2020, 21:08
 
Harav Cohen discusses how we can come close to Hashem. How do we deal with spiritual difficulties and setbacks? How do we maintain our focus on coming close to Hashem when that goes against the tide of popular opinion?


 
  Noach: The Fall of Evil  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 10/17/2020, 20:14
 
There's nothing new under the sun. The more the forces of evil join together, the harder and faster they fall. This was true in the time of the Tower of Bavel, and it's true today…


 
  Noach: Where's the Exit?  
 
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 10/17/2020, 20:15
 
Finding and illuminating the exit signs to get out of the darkness.


 
  Noach: Tzaddikim in Every Generation  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 10/17/2020, 20:17
 
Hashem in His amazing Divine providence decided to plant each individual in each respective generation. Don't say, “We're not good enough”; would the great tzaddikim of previous generations be able to withstand what we do?


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