Parshat Vayakhel: Broken Tablets

Parshat Vayakhel: Broken Tablets Rabbi Dr. Kenneth Brander is President and Rosh HaYeshiva of Ohr Torah Stone The Jewish people do not go out to battle alone. When setting out for the battlefield, we are commanded to take along the

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Parshat Vayakhel: Sanctuary and Sabbath Revisited

The article below is from Rabbi Riskin’s book Shemot: Defining a Nation, part of his Torah Lights series of commentaries on the weekly parsha, published by Maggid and available for purchase here. Parshat Vayakhel: Sanctuary and Sabbath Revisited Rabbi Dr.

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“Parsha and Purpose” – Vayakhel 5782

“Parsha and Purpose” – Vayakhel 5782 Rabbi Kenneth Brander’s weekly insights into the parsha  “Redemption Begins With Chesed” Click here for text Click here for audio Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper

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“Shabbat Shalom” – Parshat Vayakhel 5782

Shabbat Shalom: Parshat Vayakhel (Exodus 35:1-38:20) By Rabbi Shlomo Riskin Efrat, Israel –“Take for yourselves an offering to the Lord. Let everyone whose heart moves him bring an offering to the Lord, gold and silver and copper… for the sanctuary

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Parshat Vayakhel: Transitioning From Individuals To A Whole

Parshat Vayakhel: Transitioning from Individuals to a Whole  Rabbanit Devorah Evron is the Director of the Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL)  In this week’s Parsha,  Vayakhel, Moshe and the nation who had been sojourning in the desert begin

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“Shabbat Shalom” – Parshat Vayakhel 5779

Shabbat Shalom: Parshat Vayakhel  (Exodus 35:1- 38:20) By Rabbi Shlomo Riskin Efrat, Israel – “And Moses assembled [vayakhel] all of the congregation of the children of Israel and said unto them: …Six days shall work be done, but the seventh day shall

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