This week’s Divrei Torah is a double-hitter, both on Parshas Titzaveh and Purim. Enjoy!
Join Rabbi Yoni in this Shovavim class as he explores the inyan of mikveh for men.
What is Shovavim שובבים? Shovavim is an acronym for a set of parshios in which the Torah is telling us about the increasing levels of kedusha of klal yisroel. The parshios are: ש Shemos, ו Vaera, ב Bo, ב Bishalach, י Yisro, מ Mishpatim.
Yisro, the minister of Midian, the father-in-law of Moshe, heard everything that G-d did to Moshe and to Israel, His people – that HaShem had taken Israel out of Egypt. Yisro, the father-in-law of Moshe, took Zipporah, the wife of Moshe, after she had been sent away; and her two sons: of whom the name…
In the parsha, klal yisroel sing Shirah to HaShem regarding their redemption from mitzrayim, even though they were still in the midst of escaping their oppression.
What can we learn about emunah from the Shir Hayam? Tune in to find out!
Sometimes we struggle with our emunah. That’s okay. The sidra illuminates.
This week we’re going to look at two aspects of Emunah.
Last week we examined the parsha and how Yaakov Avinu is the archetype of emunah. In our discussion, a difficulty was raised regarding Yaakov. When Yaakov encounters Paro, Paro asks about his age. Yaakov tells him the years of his life were few and difficult. The simple reading of the text leads us to the…
Let’s explore the idea of suffering and what the parsha can teach us on it.
Let’s chat about the parsha, emunah, and tefillah.
When discussing Emunah, Tefillah, and the Parsha, really this week is one of the best times to do it. In the sidra, Vayechi, we see the shevatim are given their brachos from Yaakov Avinu. Every Friday night a father recalls the brachos given to Menashe and Efraim. There’s so much here to cover.