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Archive for ‍‍ Kislev / Tevet 5768 - December 2007

Light to the Nations – with Rabbi Chaim Richman
Weekly series of short messages concerning the weekly Torah Portion.

Beyond creation: G-d revealed Himself to the patriarchs as El-Shaddai. In revealing Himself to Moses, He takes it one step further.

Va’era (Exodus 6:2-9:35)
Parashat Va’era is read on Shabbat:
Tevet 27, 5768/January 5, 2008

Light to the Nations – with Rabbi Chaim Richman of The Temple Institute.

Weekly series with new teachings available every Thursday.

Rabbi Richman returns to Maimonides’ Laws of the Chosen House, chapter four: The great gates of the Holy Temple Sanctuary: the technical details and spiritual significance of the doors and curtains that lead to the Kodesh.

(To learn more about the structure of the Holy Temple, please visit our Illustrated Tour.)

Bat Melech, with Rena Richman.

Bat Melech teachings appear every second Wednesday. The Next Bat Melech teaching will appear on January 9, 2008, (Shvat 2, 5768).

What do man and woman have in common spiritually, and in which ways are they unique? From the moment woman was created, as described in Genesis 2:22, her powers become evident.

Biblical Faith – with Sam Peak
Weekly series with new shows available every Tuesday.

Knowledge and understanding can be obtained through man’s innate powers or via Divine Inspiration. Elokim ordained that man should naturally be able to teach himself, understand and reason with his intellect, and thus gain knowledge from his observation of things and their properties. G-d alone is responsible for the contents of a prophetic vision. Prophecy can be given at many levels, in different degrees.


From the “RaMCHaL”–Derech HaShem–Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto. Page 217–219.

The Temple Institute is dedicated to bringing about spiritual revolution and preparing for the building of the Holy Temple of Jerusalem, in our time.

On the second night of Chanuka, 5768 (December 6, 2007), the golden menora prepared by the Temple Institute and fit for use in the Holy Temple, was moved from the archaeological site of the Roman Cardo in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, to its new location, alongside the Yehudah Halevi staircase leading from the Jewish Quarter to the Western Wall Plaza. There it overlooks the Temple Mount, site of the future Holy Temple. A small move, perhaps, for the golden menora, but a giant leap forward for mankind, as the rebuilding of the House of G-d becomes one step closer.

In light of recent developments and the rapidly deteriorating situation on the Temple Mount, the New Jewish Congress, whose inaugural conference took place in Jerusalem on the same day of the Annapolis summit, has decided to directly approach the government of Ehud Olmert, and demand freedom for Jews to assemble in prayer on the Temple Mount, site of the Holy Temple, where Jews are, in fact, commanded to be seen by G-d.

Light to the Nations – with Rabbi Chaim Richman
Weekly series of short messages concerning the weekly Torah Portion.

The fear quota: the fear of heaven precludes all other fears. The Hebrew midwives feared G-d and were rewarded.

Shemot (Exodus 1:1-6:1)
Parashat Shemot is read on Shabbat:
Tevet 20, 5768/December 29, 2007

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