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Study the daily Chumash with Rashi, Tanya and Rambam with master teacher Rabbi Yehoshua B. Gordon.

Rabbi Gordon - Terumah: 2nd Portion

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Rivkah Germany February 4, 2019

Thank you Rabbi Gordon A“H Thank you Rabbi Gordon for teaching us every day! Rabbi Gordon lives on forever here in Germany and worldwide through his great Shiurim. May we be physically reunited bekorov Mamash with the coming of Moshiach! Reply

Barbara G Texas February 4, 2019

I just started listening for the past few months. He was a great man, a tzadik. Hashem bless his family, comfort them. Reply

Gary Michael Harshberger South Dakota February 12, 2018

B"H, we are still with you, Rabbi, every day, due to your work, and you with us. Reply

Penny and Dave Canada February 8, 2016

Shalom Rabbi Rabbi Gordon will be greatly missed. Thanks to all who helped him record his teachings so we can continue to learn from him for years to come. To his family we will say prayers for you that your shared love will help you at this time. Reply

Shimon Posner Rancho Mirage February 8, 2016

Rabbi Gordon passed away today. . . and his teachings live on. How sad. How beautiful. May he live on and may his family gain comfort from these classes. Reply

Tony Kerr February 8, 2016

Rest in peace Rabbi, and thanks to his family. Rest in peace Rabbi, and thanks to his family. Reply

malcolm irvine via chabadofthevalley.com February 8, 2016

tsadik rip my dear rabbi. you have taught me much in the last 4 years. You will be surely missed. Hashem please bless this wonderful man.he was surely a great tsadik. I wish to send my condolence to his wonderful family Reply

Anonymous February 8, 2016

BDE :( We'll miss you Rabbi :( Reply

Kayo Kaneko Tokyo February 10, 2013

Question about staves for Shluchan Dear Rabbi Gordon,
Do the staves for shluchan also have to be placed in all the time?

Shalom Reply

Shimon Boca Raton, FL February 19, 2012

Cherubim Shalom Rabbi Gordon.

Thank you very much again for these teachings. They have brought me closer and stricter to Torah study than I have ever been before in my life.

I have two questions that have me concerned regarding this Chumash portion:

1. How did Moshe know what Cherubim looks like to make them?

2. How is the creation of these Cherubim not in conflict with the Commandment of not having or making carved images of anything in the heavens?

Thank you and many blessings to you and your family. Reply