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A five minute weekly Torah insight based on the wellsprings of Torah and Chassidut.
The difference between Mitzvah observance by our forefathers before the giving of the Torah and its performance by the Jews after G-d’s revelation at Mt. Sinai
Audio | 1:04:07
Torah Gems: Lech Lecha
Experience the gems of the Parshah with the classic commentaries, and a kabbalistic twist.
The Torah tells us close to nothing about Abraham up until the narrative of G-d instructing him – at age seventy-five – to leave his birthplace. But, why no mention of his greatness and past achievements?
A five minute weekly Torah thought based on the teachings of Chassidut.
Parshah with Rabbi Gordon
An overview of the weekly Parshah, through the eyes of the many commentators, enriching your understanding of how our great history unfolded.
Examining the weekly Torah reading through the lens of contemporary commentary, showing how topical and relevant the parshah's ideas really are. Both mystical and pragmatic, this lesson will elevate your spirit and refine your view of the world around you.
G-d created the world out of kindness; Abraham was the embodiment of that kindness. Chassidut reveals the nature of Abraham's love and fear, and his relationship with Sarah, Yitzchak, Yishmael and Hagar.
Audio | 28:02
A Soul's Journey
The soul descends from heaven - a perfect environment to a lesser one. The objective is to reveal the nature of the soul itself, which can only be revealed away from that perfect place
Welcome to M-Cast, where we take a look at topics in the weekly Torah portion and see how it relates to the coming of Moshiach.
An in depth look at the weekly Parshah based on the talks of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
An in depth presentation of Chassidic teachings on the weekly Parshah.
Get a detailed overview of the weekly Torah portion sewn together with keen insights and timely life messages.
An advanced presentation of Chassidic teachings on the Parshah.
Have you ever met a Rabbi who could give you an inspiring message in just two minutes? Well, here it is….
Audio | 1:14:38
Rebuking a Relative?
Practical Parshah—Lech Lecha
How, when and if to speak up for what’s right, when the people who are acting improperly are your own family members.
Audio | 18:03
Life’s Detours
A Taste of Text—Lech Lecha
Things do not always go according to our plans and expectations. In fact, they rarely do.
Letters and Numbers of Torah—Lech Lecha
G‑d’s command to Abraham to leave his homeland (“lech lecha”) is spelled by repeating the same two letters twice. These double letters hint at a way to access infinity.
Audio | 1:15:52
The Abduction of Sarah
How to Study Torah—Lech Lecha
When Abraham feared that the Egyptians would kill him in order to take his wife, he asked her to pretend that she was his sister. We examine the meaning of the verse (Genesis 12:13), “Say that you are my sister, so that they will favor me.”
Life Lessons from Parshat Lech-Lecha
Rabbi Gordon shares inspirational Torah insights on the weekly Torah portion with practical life lessons.
Study some of the highlights of the weekly Torah portion with insights from various commentaries.
Parshah Curiosities: Lech Lecha
A superficial reading of the biblical account of Abraham and Sarah’s episode in Egypt, where he tells her to say she’s his sister so they don’t kill him, is shrouded in mystery. Delve into the classical commentaries and discover the missing link in this fascinating narrative.
Parshah Curiosities: Lech Lecha
The portion of Lech-Lecha begins with G-d calling Abraham to his destiny. Strangely, in the glowing promises of the glorious future awaiting him, the Torah specifically mentions a name change. But why would modifying something as external as a name be such a big deal? This lecture reveals the true meaning of your Jewish name—as far more than a simple label for convenience. You'll discover why Abraham (and Sarah’s) names required modification and learn to appreciate the deeper meaning behind the incredible evolutionary process that produced the world's first Jews!
Torah Interpretations of the Rebbe
Decoding the hidden messages
The parsha of Lech-Lecha contains 126 verses and the mnemonic are the words ‘nimolu’ (circumcised) and ‘machnadvay’. Explore the coded message in the mnemonic and its connection to the general themes of the parshah.
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