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Moshe rabbenu  opens his final words to the children of Israel with gentle chastisement. Before they enter the land it is important that they be reminded of their past errors in order to guard them against repeating those mistakes. Today’s current events remind us that our generation still has much work ahead in order to fully inherit, conquer and settle the land. The current conflict in Gaza is a harsh reminder of the very golden calf and spy-like misconceptions that have misled Israel for many years and lengthened our journey to redemption.

May we learn from these past errors, re-gird our loins, retake our land and recapture our destiny!

Devarim (Deuteronomy 1:1-3:22)

Parashat Devarim is read on Shabbat: Av 6, 5774/August 2, 2014

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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The Gaza/Holy Temple Connection

Why Can’t We Make this the Last Tisha B’av? Join our Indiegogo “Build the Third Temple” Campaign!

DevarimThe month of Av  has arrived, marking the final nine-day countdown to Tisha B’Av, the day that commemorates the destruction of both Holy Temples and many other calamities. In collective Jewish consciousness, this period is considered to be inauspicious and fraught with potential hazards. Is it ‘bad luck’ for Israel to be waging a war for its very survival against the terrorists of Gaza during this very time? Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman believe the opposite is true: that this war is part of the ultimate ‘tikkun,’ fixing of these days, as all of Israel unites and strengthens the soldiers of the IDF in their holy mission. But as we rout out the murderous Hamas terrorists from their tunnels in Gaza, aren’t we forgetting one thing? The murderous Hamas terrorists who have all but taken over the Temple Mount… tune in to this week’s edition of Temple Talk for a Holy Temple perspective of the news.

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Life has its way stations. They are part of the plan. Each is a stepping stone along the way to where we need to be, to the final destination G-d has determined for us. As with the life of an individual, so too, with the life of the nation of Israel. Every son and daughter of Israel’s personal journey is intertwined with the journey of the nation as a whole. Our final destination as individuals and as a people is here in the land of Israel. Stay the course. Enter the land.

Masei (Numbers 33:1-36:13)

Parashat Masei is read on Shabbat: Tammuz 28, 5774/July 26, 2014

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Building the Holy Temple with Unconditional Love

Israel Fights for Its Existence As A Tsunami of Jew Hatred Floods the World

MaseiThe final Torah portion in the book of Numbers, parashat Masei, reviews the desert journeys of the Children of Israel that led up to their entrance into the Promised Land. It also includes the positive commandment to settle the land, and delineates the borders of the Land of Israel. In this week’s edition of Temple Talk, our hosts find that the timing of this parasha  against the backdrop of Operation Protective Edge – and the ensuing reaction of worldwide antisemitic frenzy – couldn’t be more appropriate. Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman look out at the world from Eretz Yisrael, and surmise that while the rest of the world is sinking into the abyss, the nation of Israel that dwells within the Land has surpassed itself in the purest unconditional love… just what we need to fix the month of Tammuz  and begin the rebuilding of the Holy Temple! Warning: if you suffer from an allergy to the truth, this show may be hazardous to your health.

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When the leaders of the tribes of Reuven  and Gad  approach Moshe  and ask his blessing to settle in the lands east of the Jordan River, Moshe  is aghast. He saw a great spiritual failing on the part of Reuven  and Gad  whose relationship and commitment to the land of Israel was apparently so conditional. What was it that Moshe  detected in Reuven  and Gad’s  request that so troubled him, and what changed for Moshe  so that in the end he agreed to their settling east of the Jordan.

Matot (Numbers 30:2-32:42)

Parashat Matot is read on Shabbat: Tammuz 21, 5774/July 19, 2014

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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The Battle for the Soul of Israel

To Force the Moment to its Crisis: The Cease-fire and Lessons of Tammuz 17

MatotAs Israel observes the Fast of Tammuz  17th, commemorating the breach in Jerusalem’s walls and the beginning of the annual three week period of national mourning for the Holy Temple, this week’s edition of Temple Talk takes a look at the relevance and message of this day in our time, especially against the backdrop of over 1,000 rockets that have thus far been launched against Israel, and operation “Protective Edge” being waged against the Hamas terrorists. This week’s Torah portion of parashat Matot  has a lot to teach us about why – and for whom – Israel goes out to battle.

Note: This show was recorded during the short-lived cease-fire between Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas.

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The war begun by Balak  and Bilaam  against Israel is still being waged today. This is the war against the Jewish family, the soul and source of Israel’s strength. Balak  and Bilaam  conspired to entrap Israel with idol worship and licentiousness. Today, Israel’s enemies kidnap her children and fire missiles into her towns and villages. Parashat Pinchas  contains three responses to the war against the Jewish family: The zealotry of Pinchas, the love of the land of Tzelaphchad’s  daughters and the increased sanctity and closeness to G-d engendered by the Shabbat and holiday Musaf  (additional) offerings in the Holy Temple.

Pinchas (Numbers 25:10-30:1)

Parashat Pinchas is read on Shabbat: Tammuz 14, 5774/July 12, 2014

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