Parashat Re’eh, Rosh Chodesh


Watch yourself, lest you offer up your burnt offerings in any place that you see. Rather, in the place that the LORD will choose, in one of your tribes, there you shall offer up your burnt offerings…What is the problem with offering sacrifices in any place that you see and why does God insist on

Parashat Re’eh, Rosh Chodesh2022-09-01T01:31:13+08:00

Parashat Ekev, Shabbat Mevarechim


“And it shall come on the heels of (ekev) your heeding these laws when you keep and do them, that the LORD your God will keep the covenant and the faith for you that he swore to your fathers. And He will love you and bless you…” - Our parasha is called Ekev, this word means

Parashat Ekev, Shabbat Mevarechim2022-08-19T01:20:32+08:00

Parashat Va’etchanan, Shabbat Nachamu


Moses tells the people - See, I have taught you the statutes and the laws as the LORD my God has commanded me (Devarim 4:5). Using this verse, the Talmud asserts that Torah must be taught for free - just as my God has commanded me and taught me for free, so too, Moses explained

Parashat Va’etchanan, Shabbat Nachamu2022-08-11T20:49:47+08:00

Parashat Devarim, Shabbat Chazon


And you grumbled in your tents and said, ‘In the LORD’s hatred of us He took us out of the land of Egypt to give us into the hand of the Amorite to destroy us. Troubled by how the people knew what God was thinking, Rashi quotes a popular proverb: what you think about another,

Parashat Devarim, Shabbat Chazon2022-08-04T18:42:21+08:00
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