1. Parashah 47 Re'eh 2015


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    Torah portion Re'eh (See) D'varim / Deuteronomy 11:26 to 16:17 recorded on 08-15-2015, presented by Yocheved. We are promised blessings for obeying Yah and curses for rebelling against Him; we are to eradicate idolatry; we are to worship Yah where He causes His Name to live; we are not to worship Yah in the way the pagans worship their deities; beware of false prophets; do not gash ourselves when someone dies or shave our heads; we must eat only clean things; we must care for the poor and needy; we are to attend The Three Annual Pilgrimage Festivals: Pesach (Passover), Shavuot (Pentecost) and Sukkot (Tabernacles)

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    • 2015-08-09: Weekly Shumash Class: Parshah Reeh


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      An outstanding class this week where Rabbi Yuhanan clarifies many interesting topics that relate to this week's Parshah Re'eh - why it's important to follow rules of Torah once the person gets lucky enough to discover for himself spiritual world of Torah, why one should have pity for people who indulge in world of earthy pleasures without seeking for or fulfilling G-d's commanded mitzvot that advance one spiritually and earn one credits for eternal life and many more interesting topics. In this week's reading, Re'eh, Moses continues addressing the Israelites just before he passes away; just before the Israelites cross the Jordan River and enter the land of Israel. Moses commands the Israelites to proclaim certain blessings and curses on Mount Grizzim and Mount Ebal after they enter the land of Israel. He directs them to destroy all vestiges of idolatry from the Promised Land. They must then designate a city where the Divine presence will dwell in the Holy Temple, and they are forbidden from offering sacrifices elsewhere. Other topics discussed in this portion are: tithes, false prophets, the wayward city, tattoos, kashrut, the Sabbatical Year, charity, and the festivals. http://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/544696/jewish/Aliyah-Summary.htm

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      • 2015-08-02: Weekly Shumash Class: Parshah Eikev


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        Moses continues his pep talk to the Israelites, cautioning them not to fear the Canaanite armies for G‑d will wage battle for them. He also notifies them that their entry into the Land is not due to their own virtues – Moses reminds them of their many transgressions to emphasize this point – but rather, it is in the merit of the nation's Forefathers. The commandments of prayer and Grace After Meals are mentioned. The second part of the Shema is also found in this portion. http://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/543032/jewish/Aliyah-Summary.htm

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        • 2015-07-19: Weekly Shumash Class: Parshah Devarim


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          This week's reading begins the Book of Deuteronomy, the fifth and final book of the Five Books of Moses. Moses begins his final monologue, five weeks before his passing. He recounts the story of the Israelite's travel through the desert, placing emphasis on, and rebuking them for, the story of the spies. He describes Israel's conquest of the Emorites and the Bashanites. A very interesting class, with Rabbi giving a short overview of the history of the 40 years of Exodus. You'll learn many interesting details such as how many times Jews traveled from place to place over the 40 year period, how fast would they reach the land of Israel if they listened to Hashem's commandments, how big would be the land as promised by G-d, how Jews should have fought the wars, how G-d cycled the old generations of Jews during the 40 years in the desert so only the young generation entered the land of Israel. http://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/538121/jewish/Aliyah-Summary.htm

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          • 2015-07-12: Weekly Chumash Class: Parshah's Matot & Masei


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            Parshah Matot begins with the laws of oaths. The Israelites wage battle against Midian and the spoils are divided and tithed. The tribes of Reuben and Gad request and receive territory outside the mainland of Israel. The story continues in Parshah Massei with Moses reviewing the forty years of Israelite journeys through the desert. The Torah discusses the boundaries of Israel, its division amongst the tribes, the cities which the Levites would receive, and the cities of refuge. Zelophehad's daughters are restricted to marrying within their own tribe. Parshah Matot: http://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/534760/jewish/Aliyah-Summary.htm Parshah Masei: http://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/535145/jewish/Aliyah-Summary.htm

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            • 2015-06-28: Weekly Chumash Class: Parshah Balak


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              In this week's Torah reading, Balak, King Balak of Moab retains the sorcerer Balaam to curse the Jewish people. Instead of curses, only blessings come out of his mouth—including prophecies concerning the Messianic redemption. Moabite women entice some of the Israelites to sin, resulting in a plague amongst the Jews. Phinehas zealously kills two of the high-ranking offenders, and the plague comes to an end. http://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/530988/jewish/Aliyah-Summary.htm

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              • 2015-07-05: Weekly Chumash Class: Parshah Pinchas


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                Phinehas (Pinchas) is rewarded for his bravery. A census of the Israelites is taken. The daughters of Zelophehad successfully argue for a portion in the land of Israel. Joshua is ordained Moses' successor. G‑d relays to Moses the details of all the holiday sacrifices. http://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/532490/jewish/Aliyah-Summary.htm

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                • 18 MOMENTS


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                  The process of making traditional Matsa bread for the Jewish high holiday of Passover. Shmura, or guarded Matza, is prepared under tight supervision. From the moment the dough is made it has just 18 minutes to pass all stations along the line before being baked. The importance of the heist is to prevent the dough from rise or leaven, as a sign for the sense of urgency felt by the Israelites as they fled from the Egyptians, Jewish religion forbids eating leavened grain products during the entire holiday. Passover commemorates the the liberation by God of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt as portrayed in the book of Exodus. Created by: Omer Messinger www.OmerMessinger.com

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                  • Enter His Rest Passover 2015


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                    Recorded on 4-11-2015, this presentation by Pinchas examines how to enter Yah's rest and what that entails.

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                    • Going On In His Presence Passover 2015


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                      Recorded on 4-11-2015 this presentation by Yocheved examines Yah's expectations of us as His people.

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