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Our Mission To Be A Light to the Nations

We have returned to the Ancient Paths of Mar-Yah, living unto Elohim as He writes His Torah upon our hearts (according to Jer. 31:31- 34; Heb. 8:8-10; Heb. 10:16). Heb. 8:10 But this is the covenant which I will give to the family of the house of Israel after those days, Says Hashem

For Zion's sake, I will not be silent, and for Jerusalem’s sake, I will not be still, until her righteousness emanates like a bright light, and her salvation blazes like a torch (lapid).Isaiah 62:1

Praise Hashem
Ya’akov, eved (servant) of Hashem and of Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach Adoneinu Yeshua; To the Shneym Asar HaShevatim (Twelve Tribes) in the Golus, Shalom!

The Aliya in Torah

The Aliya in Torah  by the Chazon Ish zt’l The Chazon Ish, Rabbi Avraham Yeshaya Karelitz (1878-1953), one of the greatest Torah luminaries of recent times, lived in Israel from 1933 until his passing. His views, actions, halachic rulings and writings continue to have a major influence on the […]

Method of Learning Torah

Method of Learning Torahby Rabbi Simcha Wasserman zt”lGuidance from one of the greatest sages of our time on how to learn Torah properly. (He was also the son of Rav Elchanan Wasserman, Hy”d a most profound talmud scholar and one of the main disciples of the Chafetz Chaim)Transcripted, […]

Parashat Vayetzei

Rashi on Genesis 28:10:2ויצא [AND JACOB] WENT OUT—It need have written simply “And Jacob went to Haran’’; why then does it mention his departure from Beersheba? But it intends to tell us that the departure of a righteous person from his city makes an impression. As long as […]

Text of Elohai Netzor

This meditation recited at the close of the Amidah comes from the Talmud. BY MJL Elohai Netzor is a meditation added after the conclusion of the formal Amidah. The Talmud records several meditations that the ancient rabbis would recite after the conclusion of the communal prayer. This one is […]

1 Kislev 17th November 2020

The Torah reading of RoshChodesh: A. Weekday RoshChodesh: When: On RoshChodesh the Torah is read during the Shacharis prayer immediately after Hallel, Kaddish Tiskabel [and Shir Shel Yom].. Amount of Aliyos: There are a total of four Aliyos read from the Torah on RoshChodesh. One may not add or subtract to these Aliyos. Haftorah: There […]

ADV Parsha Vayetze

     ויצא         בס” ד  There is no פתוחות or סתומות in Parshas ויצא which is a רמז that Yaakov is going into Galus. At the end of the Parsha, Yaakov is coming back, and in the middle of the Parsha, Yaakov is dealing with Lavan. This is the place in the […]

ADV Toldos/Chanuka

 תולדות  בס”ד   The תקוני זהר says that the first twenty four days of Kislev are כנגד the twenty four letters of the  ברוך שם כבוד, and Chanuka on כה כסלו is כנגד the twenty five letters in שמע ישראל.. Therefore we see that the entire month of כסלו is connected to […]

Parashat Toldot / פרשת תולדות

Parashat Toldot / פרשת תולדות “Generations” “Now these are the records of the generations of Isaac…” Torah Portion: Genesis 25:19-28:9 Haftarah: Malachi 1:1-2:7 B’rit Chadash/New Covenant: Romans 9:6-31 The traditional blessing pronounced before reading the Torah is as follows: Bar’khoo et Adonai ham’vo’rakh (Congregation responds) Ba’rookh Adonai ham’vo’rakh […]

ADV Parashat Chayei Sara

חיי שרה   בס”ד   Usually Parshas חיי שרה falls on the Shabbos that precedes חודש כסלו, כס the hidden light, the אור הגנוז, that was lit for לו, thirty six hours. In this Parsha, we encounter גן עדן. The זוהר חדש, the ילקוט ראובני and the   מגלה עמוקות all say that the […]

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New weekly study DIVREY YA’AKOV – PIRKEY MACHSHAVA This book is definitely one of the best books I’ve ever read when it comes to learning about the truth, it certainly helps you grow closer to the higher world and prepares you clearly understand your role and role of […]

Akedat Yitzchak

Parashat Vayera – [Akedat Yitzchak, Why Was Avraham Only Rewarded After He Offered the Ram and How May we Apply This lesson to Ourselves] From HaGaon Rav Zevadia HaCohen Shlit”a, The Head of the Batei Din in Tel Aviv This Shabbat we will read the Akedat Yitzchak (Binding […]