Bo: The Flight of the Firstborn Nation (12:38)
In Parshat Bo (Exodus 10:1-13:16) we're finally freed from years of slavery! Mazal Tov! But before we get to the triumphant splitting of the sea, we read a whole section of laws relating to firstborn children and animals. Wait, what?! Can’t this wait until we're across the Sea?? Whats the deal with these laws and what can they teach us about the true meaning of the Exodus?.
Series: Aleph Beta: The Parsha Experiment
Immanuel Shalev (41)
Which Son Are You? (7:25)
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet (87)
Is the Jewish Calendar Really All That Important? (58:49)
Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein (32)
Parshat Bo (10:04)
G-d told Moshe to take the energy of Pharaoh and bring it into our new life. Rabbi Dovber Pinson explains the Zohar's interpretation on the week's Torah portion. The horse and rider that were drowned in the Sea of Reeds referred to two approaches in life: living freely like a wild horse; and the responsible, mature life mirroring the rider that controls the horse
Rabbi DovBer Pinson (42)
Torah Lights: The Tenth Plague (6:56)
Pharaoh finally understands that G-d means business and lets the Jews go. Rabbi Shlomo Riskin contrasts Israel, the first born of G-d and the firstborn of Egypt, including Pharaoh himself. Rabbi Riskin goes back to the first encounter between Moses and Pharaoh to understand the parallels.
Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin (40)
Parshat Bo (10:06)
Come to Pharaoh. Why was Moshe scared and who had to take him by the hand? Rabbi Chaim Miller gives us 10 minutes of Torah insights on the parsha. He describes the great snake that scared Moshe, and how we can overcome its power.
Series: Torah in Ten
Rabbi Chaim Miller (49)
Covenant & Conversation: Parshat Bo (7:03)
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Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks (100)
Parsha Power Bo: We Need to Make Sure Jews are Properly Dressed for Moshiach (5:33)
Parsha Power offers a practical insight into the current Torah portion... in less than 10 minutes! This is a weekly class given by Rabbi Mendy Cohen of Sacramento, California. For more classes and information about Rabbi Mendy Cohen's synagogue, check out: www.sacjewishlife.org.
Rabbi Mendy Cohen (74)