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Bechukotai Audio Classes

Torah Gems - Parshah Bechukotai
Experience the gems of the Parshah with the classic commentaries, and a kabbalistic twist.
Basic Parshah - Bechukotai
An overview of the weekly Parshah, through the eyes of the many commentators, enriching your understanding of how our great history unfolded.
Bechukotai - In Depth
An in depth look at the weekly Parshah based on the talks of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Parshah Insight: Bechukotai
Five Minute Class
A five minute weekly Torah insight based on the wellsprings of Torah and Chassidut.
Bechukotai: The Climatic Sacrifice
There is a Kabbalistic principle that the beginning is wedged in the end, and the end is wedged in the beginning, so what is the connection between the end of the book of Leviticus and its beginning?
The Chassidic Dimension - Bechukotai
An in depth presentation of Chassidic teachings on the weekly Parshah.
An advanced presentation of Chassidic teachings on the Parshah.
Investing in Our Relationship
A Taste of Text—Bechukotai
In a healthy relationship, the love must deepen and grow, or the relationship is at risk of becoming static and stale. The same is true in our relationship with G‑d.
Redemption and Our Forefather Jacob
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Bechukotai
After mentioning various curses for failing to perform G-d’s laws, the Torah says that at the end of time, G-d will bring an end to the Jewish people's exile by remembering the Patriarchs: “And I will remember my covenant with Jacob, and my covenant with Isaac, and also my covenant with Abraham I will remember….” (Leviticus 26:42) Why are the patriarchs listed in reverse chronological order? And why is the name Jacob (Yaakov) spelled yud-ayin-kuf-vav-vet with an extra vav, when it is always spelled yud-ayin-kuf-vet without a vav?
Chumash and Rashi: Bechukotai
Parshah with Rabbi Gordon
These classes teach the day’s section of the weekly Torah portion.
The Obligation to Study Torah
Practical Parshah - Bechukotai
Even laymen are obligated to be learned in Torah. But how much is one actually obligated to study? How often?
Torah: The Great Antidote
Life Lessons from Parshat Bechukotai
A big focus of this Torah portion is the importance of Torah study, and all the many blessings it brings. This is a timely lesson in strengthening our commitment to daily Torah study.
Parshah Insights: Bechukotai
Torah Interpretations of the Rebbe
Parshah Mnemonics: Bechukotai
Decoding the hidden messages
The parshah of Bechukotai contains 78 verses and the mnemonic for it is the word Uzah. Explore the coded message in this Masoretic note and its connection to the general themes of the Parshah.
Parshah Mnemonics: Concluding the Book of Vayikra
Decoding the hidden messages
Curses Forever?
Audio | 44:25
Curses Forever?
Ezra the Scribe ordained that on the Shabbat before Shavuot, and again before Rosh Hashanah, the Torah readings containing the calamities that will befall the Jewish people for failure to observe the commandments shall be read. This class explores the inner meaning behind these dire warnings and reveals their uplifting message.
G-d’s Looking at You
Audio | 45:26
G-d’s Looking at You
Exploring Rashi’s commentary on Hashem turning His attention to us
G-d promises us blessings if we do what He says. In this segment, Rashi exposes a whole new dimension to those blessings that we may have easily overlooked.
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