Ha’azinu: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study

Ha’azinu: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study [cf_name]Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to provide Rabbi Meyer’s teachings here too. If you’ve never been to the …

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What Is Sukkot?

Sukkot 2020 (October 2-9, 2020) Sukkot is a weeklong Jewish holiday that comes five days after Yom Kippur. Sukkot celebrates the gathering of the harvest and commemorates the miraculous protection G‑d provided for the children of Israel when they left Egypt. We celebrate Sukkot by dwelling in a foliage-covered booth (known as a sukkah) and …

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Who is Calling

NEW VIDEO: A Song of ThanksPlease take 3:30 seconds to enjoy and share the song.Perhaps we can truly change the world, just by saying Thank You Sorry if it sounds presumptuous, however I recently heard that numerous representatives of Israeli Knesset and Aliyah departments have met to discuss the potential Aliyah of more than 500,000 …

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A Rosh HaShana Message: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study

Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to provide Rabbi Meyer’s teachings here too. If you’ve never been to the Temple Institute’s website, now’s your chance! click here!

Nitzavim-Vayelech: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study

Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to provide Rabbi Meyer’s teachings here too. If you’ve never been to the Temple Institute’s website, now’s your chance! click here!

Ki Tavo: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study

Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to provide Rabbi Meyer’s teachings here too. If you’ve never been to the Temple Institute’s website, now’s your chance! click here!

THE PORTION OF NITZAVIM-VAYELECH

NITZAVIM This week’s portion Nitzavim Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20 is one of the shortest in the Torah, with a mere 40 verses (next week’s Vayelech has only 30). Even when the two are combined, which happens most years, they number fewer verses than most other single portions. The verses themselves, however, are longer than those in most …

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The Writing Process and Content of My New Book “HaMasoret HaYehudit” | by Rabbi Eliezer Melamed

Hi, Gidon here. This topic might be over the heads of some of our Root Source readers, but others (including you, I’m sure:-) will be excited about this development as I am. This rabbi, Rabbi Eliezer Melamed, is one of the most important rabbis in Israel today in my humble opinion:-) and in fact the …

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My #1 Enemy

This week’s music https://youtu.be/IzXHpOsPUqg I clearly remember the day that Rabbi Menachem Fruman, of blessed memory, returned from his meeting in Turkey with Prime Minister Erdogan following the Marmara incident of 2010. The meeting took place on a Friday. Rabbi Fruman returned to Tekoa for Shabbat. On Shabbat morning when we recited the prayer for protection …

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Ki Teitzei: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study

Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to provide Rabbi Meyer’s teachings here too. If you’ve never been to the Temple Institute’s website, now’s your chance! click here!

Shoftim: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study

Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to provide Rabbi Meyer’s teachings here too. If you’ve never been to the Temple Institute’s website, now’s your chance! click here!

THE PORTION OF KI TEITZEI

This week’s portion Ki Teitzei Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19, covers an array of commandments for a variety of circumstances, from marriage and relationships to caring for the less fortunate. Some of the commandments pertain to man’s relationship with God, but most of them address the relationship between fellow humans. Like the rest of the book of Deuteronomy, …

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Re’eh: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study

Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to provide Rabbi Meyer’s teachings here too. If you’ve never been to the Temple Institute’s website, now’s your chance! click here!

The Time Has Come

This week’s music: Reva L’sheva Ki Ba Moed “Re’eh Anochi noten lifneichem hayom, brachah uklalah” Look at what I am giving you today, blessing and curse (Devarim 11.26). This is the opening verse of this week’s Torah portion of “Re’eh.” Hashem is imploring us to open our eyes today. What is so important about today, …

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Prepare For The Biblical Feasts Alongside The Jewish People

Christian visitors to Israel are likely already familiar with Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel, a modern day pioneer in Israel who, along with his partner Rabbi Ari Abramowitz, is transforming the Arugot Farm in Judea into a must-visit destination for lovers of the Bible from around the world. At the heart of the Arugot Farm is a …

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