Parshat Terumah Dvar Torah

Posted by My Jewish Listings on  February 19, 2021
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Klal Yisrael experienced Yetzias Mitzrayim, then Krias Yam Suf, then received the Man and the Be’er Shel Miriam, then Matan Torah, and then finally, the Mishkan. The question is, what exactly did the Mishkan contribute to this chain of development of Klal Yisrael? Explains Rav Isaac Sher in his Sefer Leket Sichos Mussar, a concept in serving Hashem properly is to do so with consistency.   Hisorerus, when a person is inspired, is beautiful. Yet,
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Parshat Mishpatim Dvar Torah

Posted by My Jewish Listings on  February 12, 2021
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Category: Torah
  We find at the very end of Parshas Mishpatim that the Torah goes back to the period of Matan Torah, and specifically to Moshe Rabbeinu bringing a Korban thereby being Kores Bris with HKBH. In 24:7, the Chumash teaches ‘Vayikach Sefer Habris, Vayikra B’oznei HaAm’ and the people say, ‘Na’aseh V’nishmah.’ Right after that in the next Pasuk, it says Moshe took the blood of the Korban, and he sprayed it on the people. The Pasuk describes the blood that Moshe Rabbeinu used in

Parshat Yitro Dvar Torah

Posted by My Jewish Listings on  February 5, 2021
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Category: Torah
Parshat Yitro Dvar Torah By: Steve Kirschenbaum Generally, there’s a Ruach, a spirit to things, and a Chomer, a raw physicality. There’s a Machshava, an intention, and a Masseh, an action carried out by man. It’s obvious to us that the Ruach is greater than the Chomer. The Machshava is greater and deeper than the Maaseh, just like it’s clear to us that the heavens are above the earth. Sof Maaseh BiMachshava Techilah. Right now, it’s clear
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