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Hallel: (lit. “praise”) A portion of Psalms (113-118) recited in the prayer service on the festivals and on Rosh Chodesh.
Topics discussed: Pour the fourth cup and open the door for Elijah the Prophet. “Pour your wrath upon the nations...” the second part of Hallel Psalms 115-118. The Great Hallel Psalm 136....”The soul of every living being shall bless Your Name...” through...
Topics discussed: "Rabban Gamliel says one must explain three things on Passover to fulfill his obligation: they are Pesach, Matzah, and Maror…" "In every generation it is one's duty to regard himself…" "Therefore it is our duty…" The first two psalms of ...
Decoding the hidden messages
The parshah of Vayigash contains 106 verses and the mnemonic for it is the name Yehalael. Explore the coded message in this Masoretic note and its connection to the general themes of the Parshah, as well as the coinciding holiday of Chanukah.
13 Tishrei, 5741-1980
A part of the Hallel prayer, “may all the nations praise G-d,” during a Farbrengen, this Niggun is strongly encouraged by the Rebbe.
Farbrengen, 19 Kislev, 5746 • December 2, 1985
From the section of Psalms known as “Hallel”, or praise, the Chasidim sing “Praise G-d all peoples, extol Him all the nations.” Commonly sung on festivals when the Hallel prayer is recited.
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