Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life.
 

Components of the Holy Temple

Knowledge Base » G-d and Man » Holy Temple, The » Components of the Holy Temple
Only showing results in "Terumah"  |  Show All
Sort by:
The significance of the Ark (Aron) in the Mishkan
I’m not a historian, I am not an architect, and I do not find myself interested in exactly how each fiber of linen was sewn. What am I supposed to learn from these teachings?
Question: I have read in Exodus 25 that the Holy Ark measured 2½ x 1½ x 1½ cubits. What was the symbolism of the half measures? Answer: Here is a beautiful insight that I saw in the writings of Rabbi Isaiah Halevi Horowitz (16th century): The Ark containe...
The poles used to transport the ark were permanent fixtures. Why think of traveling when wanting to be at rest?
The menorah symbolizes our spiritual needs, and the table is a metaphor for our material needs. But there is a connection between the two . . .
What was so difficult about the design of the Menorah that G-d, the greatest teacher of all time, could not make Moses, the greatest student of all time, comprehend?
G-d wants everyone to be a Temple, living in every single one of us.
According to the Zohar, the shulchan was what brought blessing of sustenance to the tables of the whole world.
What significance do these hold? Why did they have to be made of one solid piece of gold?
Why did G‑d instruct that the lesser materials of silver and copper also be used in the Mishkan's construction? Surely pure gold would have looked much more spectacular...
The Ark in the Holy Temple housed the marriage document binding G‑d to His people. But who could be trusted to guard this seminal manuscript?
Browse Subjects Alphabetically:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9