Living the Parashah

a treasury of insights and stories on the weekly Torah reading
  • 4.20 MB
  • English
Mesorah Publications in conjunction with Yeshiva Darchei Torah , Brooklyn, NY
Bible. -- O.T. -- Pentateuch -- Sermons, Jewish sermons, English, Rabbis -- Anec
StatementShimon Finkelman.
SeriesArtScroll series
LC ClassificationsBS1225.54 .F56 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-2> ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23924599M
ISBN 10142260134X
ISBN 139781422601341
LC Control Number2009475185

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. There is nothing quite like a good story with a timely message. And there is nothing that enhances the Shabbos table more than an inspiring insight on the weekly Torah reading.

This hard-to-put-down book offers a combination of both; an inspiring insight. This hard-to-put-down book offers a combination of both; an inspiring insight into the parashah illustrated by a great story.

Rabbi Shimon Finkelman, author of ArtScroll's best-selling Shabbos Stories and More Shabbos Stories as well as other popular works, presents an all-new collection of true, inspiring encounters. Readers of all ages will come away from Living the Parashah greatly enriched and inspired, with an enhanced understanding of the weekly parashah, with a better grasp of the principles of Torah life, and with a host of.

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This book will teach you to ask questions of the text, define terms, look up places and people, use helps, and so much more. This is a go to kick-starter for how to do personal bible study. This will definitely be on my list of books to give to someone who wants grow in their personal bible study.

5 stars!/5. Bereshit, Bereishit, Bereshis, Bereishis, B'reshith, Beresh't, Beresheet, or Bereishees (בְּרֵאשִׁית – Hebrew for "in a beginning," the first word in the parashah) is the first weekly Torah portion (פָּרָשָׁה, parashah) in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah parashah consists of Genesis – In the parashah, God creates the heavens, the world, Adam and Eve.

Parashah Book Sefer Shemos. Nach Series sefer Melachim I. This Is A Project Of The LIVING TORAH MUSEUM. The term parashah (Hebrew: פָּרָשָׁה Pārāšâ, "portion", Tiberian /pɔrɔˈʃɔ/, Sephardi /paraˈʃa/, plural: parashot or parashiyot) formally means a section of a biblical book in the masoretic text of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible).In common usage today the word often refers to the Weekly Torah portion (a shortened form of Parashat HaShavua).

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This week’s free learning download is about this week’s Torah portion, Parashas Shemini. Excerpted from Living The Parashah (Volume 3) by Rabbi Shimon Finkelman, this excerpt gives us a deeper understanding of what it means to “be with Hashem.”. There is. The truth of God's commands and being sanctified through the Torah is sweeping the believing world.

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The Parashah Tradition holds that in the fifth century B.C.E., Ezra the scribe and the elders of the Great Assembly created an annual reading schedule in which the entire Torah could be read in one year.

They divided the Torah into sections and read one section each Sabbath. Each individual section was called a Parashah.

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JTS’s extensive online Torah resources reflect today’s most compelling conversations, research, and teaching from leaders in Jewish study—all available for learners around the world to explore and enjoy. Torah Reading Snapshot: Last week's parashah (Chayei Sarah) related how the faithful servant Eliezer helped find a bride for Isaac from among Abraham's relatives living back in response to his prayer to the LORD, Eliezer was shown that Abraham's nephew's daughter Rebekah (i.e., Rivka bat-Betu'el: רִבְקָה בַּת־בְּתוּאֵל) was chosen to be one of the great.

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This new book, which unites more than 50 authors who offer commentary on each of the 54 weekly parashot juxtaposed. One solution which has been proposed is to understand God’s book, the book of the living (Ex.

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Seven Sabbatical cycles are followed by a fiftieth year—the Jubilee year, on which work on the land ceases, all indentured servants are set free, and all ancestral estates in the Holy. Parashah One Hundred Twenty-Nine Deuteronomy –49; Jeremiah –30; Romans –29 The Gift of the Torah Deuteronomy 4 begins with the Hebrew word “now” (הָתַּע) to signal that these instructions are given with a view to Israel’s entrance into the.

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The book of Leviticus is called אָרְקִיַּו, VaYikra, Also contained in our parashah are the laws of the grain offering or This life of full dedication to the Lord is one characterized by righteous living: “Be holy as.

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Torah Reading Snapshot: Last week's parashah told how Jacob escaped his brother Esau's wrath by fleeing to his relatives in his way there, God appeared to him in a dream of a ladder (סֻלָּם) reaching from the ground to the sky, with the angels of God climbing up and down, and there renewed the covenant of Abraham with r, after arriving in Haran and agreeing to work as.

Parashah 1- 12 - Beresheet / Genesis the book of the beginning. Parashah 23 - Shemot / Exodus - the book of deliverance of the Yisrael out of Mitzrayim in the Name YHWH. Parashah 24 - 33 - Vayikra / Leviticus - the hand book of Priesthood or sefer Kohanim. Parashah 34 - 43 - Bamidbar / Numbers - In the wilderness, involves in census.

Obeying God’s Commandments Torah Living Daily Challenge—Parashah 47 Part 5. Remaining in verse 5 of the 13th chapter of Deuteronomy, I want to examine the second directive and that is to “obey His mitzvot” (or rather, “obey his commandments”).

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