Channel: Proverbially Speaking

Teacher: Rabbi Aryeh A. Leifert

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Rabbi Aryeh Leifert comments on 10 verses of Proverb 1:10-19. First he discusses the interaction and influences between right and wrong - between sinners and those who do not want to sin. He then goes on to explains the Jewish view of ambush, of Sheol, of the way sinnners justify their decisions, the way they recruit to their cause.  Next, he turns to the issue of how NOT to get trapped, and how to justify a decision to leave a sinner's path. Finally, he explains what avoiding a trap has to do with the birds, and the end result of sin.


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