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Complete Parashath Wai-yese’

Bereshith/Genesis 28:10-32:3 CHAPTER 29 CHAPTER 30 CHAPTER 31 CHAPTER 32  Continue to Waiyese’ Haftorah

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Wai-yese’ Haftorah Reading

Wai-yese’ Haftorah: Hosea 12:13-14:10 CHAPTER 12 CHAPTER 13 CHAPTER 14 Complete Reading of Parashath Wai-yese’ *Complete Jewish Bible English translation is used for this Haftorah portion.

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Toledot Haftorah Reading

Toledot Haftorah: Malachi 1:1-2:7 CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 2 Read the Complete Parashat Toledot

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Listen to Dramatic Audio Reading of Toledot

This audio reading of Parashat Toledot comes from the NIV (New International Version) of the Bible by the “Inspired By” group. Performances are from a wide circle of talented actors and public figures of African ancestry. Enjoy listening to the Parashat with your children as the Torah is brought to life …

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Complete Torah Reading of Toledot

Parashat Toledot Bereshith/Genesis 25:19-28:9 Chapter 25   CHAPTER 26 CHAPTER 27 CHAPTER 28

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Lessons on Faith in Weekly Parashah: Lekh L’kha

Let us exercise Abraham Avinu’s example of faith in our lives Lekh L’kha, literally means ‘go for or to yourself’. In this parashah (Torah reading), we address the name of the reading ‘go for yourself’ in the context of achieving faith by pondering and researching. Blind faith is discouraged by the TaNaKh (Hebrew …

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Moreh Mordekai Gordan: Thoughts on Parasha Bereshith

“Think about it, your prayers, my prayers on a daily basis help keep things in balance.” Moreh Mordekai was gracious enough to share his thoughts with us on parasha Bereshith and the unity of the people Israel. Read some of the excerpts from the video below. As you can see …

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Sukoth: Check Out This Fun Visual Guide!

Fresh for Sukoth! The creative folks at Aish have made this beautiful and fun info-graphic for the holiday! Check it out! In this Sukoth info-graphic, you will find the sequence of events for this joyous Jewish holiday season, with  traditions such as waving the lulav and etrog, as well as …

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Ten Quick Rules of Sukah Building

Let’s briefly and informally address the laws of building a Sukah. The Sukah must have: Four complete walls, Be big enough for a person to sit and eat in, Be at least 23-28 inches wide, The walls must the same height as the Sukah, The height of the walls must be …

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Sukoth: A Season to Remember God’s Protection and Providence

Sukoth (Shelter/Tents) is a time to remember that HaShem sheltered us when we left Misrayim. This season we once again remember the providence of HaShem, for He protected us from the harsh heat of the sun and from the elements surrounding us. and that we gather in our harvest of …

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