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Rabbi Baruch Lichtenstein - This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario - for more on the Kollel go to http://thornhillkollel,com/
The Graves of Joshua and Calev have been known and maintained for Thousands of Years - One of the handful of government authorized ascents to the tombs of Yehoshua & Calev that take place each year, happened before Parshat Shlach with Jews ascending to visit the holy places. As seen on Arutz Sheva. ...
Leadership Vision and Invulnerability - Ohr Torah Stone - 2011
The land of Israel is the soul of all the world, and G-d's system of providence over the land of Israel is unique in the world. The failure of the spies to recognize that Israel is the
Weekly YouParsha show read by Rabbi Herschel Finman
Based upon an insight from the Arizal's major work, Sha'ar HaGilgulim, Rabbi Pinchas Winston shows how the concept of reincarnation played a major role in the historical and disastrous failure of the Spies in this week's parshah.
Based upon an insight from the Arizal's major work, Sha'ar HaGilgulim, Rabbi Pinchas Winston shows how the concept of reincarnation played a major role in the historical and disastrous failure of the Spies in this week's parshah.
It's Not What You Say, It's How You Say It - Rabbi Riskin's Insights Into Parshat Shelach
Based upon an insight from the Arizal's major work, Sha'ar HaGilgulim, Rabbi Pinchas Winston shows how the concept of reincarnation played a major role in the historical and disastrous failure of the Spies in this week's parshah.
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller In this weeks Torah portion, Parshat Shelach, Yehoshua's performance as one of the
A brief introduction into the world of the Haftarahs by: Reuben Ebrahimoff
Weekly words of wisdom from the presented by Rabbi Yaakov Glasman.
Weekly YouParsha show read by Rabbi Herschel Finman (rhfinman@gmail.com) YouParsha is produced and edited by Brad Richter at the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts in Southfield, Michigan (248) 358-9000. YouParsha is made possible in part by a grant from the Paul & Leslie Magy Foundation. Torah, ...
Twelve spies are sent to Israel to gather intelligence and report back to Moshe and the people. Knowing full well that the children of Israel would inherit the land of Israel due to the merit of the forefathers Avraham, Yitzchak and Ya'akov, who received G-d's promise, Calev ben Yefuneh made a detou...
Rabbi Avishai David The contrast between the spies of this week's Torah Parsha, Parshat Shelach, and the one found in the Haftorah provides us with a proper lens focused on the Land of Israel. To view more inspiring Torah classes like this visit www.naaleh.com.
If your perpective is IF; its much harder to succeed than if your perspective is HOW.
Rabbi Hanoch TellerThe Torah's description of the spies journey in the Land of Israel teaches us the essence of what it means to live in the Holy Land. Based on this weeks Torah portion, Parshat Shelach.
 
 
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