Vayigash: A Speech That Turns The Tide (13:05)
In Parshat Vayigash (Genesis 44:18-47:27) we learn about the power of a truly epic speech. Judah's monologue to Joseph changes the course of history -- instead of falling into a future of despair and misery for the house of Jacob, Judah's speech saves Benjamin and reunites the entire family. What was it about this speech that so drastically turned the tide of our history?.
Series: Aleph Beta: The Parsha Experiment
Immanuel Shalev (41)
Why Cry on the neck? (56:45)
This in-depth class on the weekly Parsha provides a textual analysis of a verse about the reunion of Joseph and his brother Benjamin. It explores various commentaries in order to give a broader and deeper understanding of the text.
Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein (32)
Time to Grow Up (Vayigash) (7:26)
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet (69)
Responding to Cruelty (3:37)
The minute that anger fills you, turn it to good and respond with kindness. Rabbi Mordechai Guth presents a teaching in the Tanya that is based in this week's parsha. Yosef reassured his brothers that he was not angry at them for selling him down to Egypt, as he recognized that it was Hashem's plan.
Rabbi Mordechai Guth (1)
Torah Lights: Yaakov and the Wagons (9:09)
Parshat Yayigash begins with Yaakov's despair and ends with his jubilation. Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin relates the story of the parshah and the reunion of the family based on repentance and forgiveness. Produced by Ohr Torah Stone.
Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin (40)
Responsible Relationships (51:37)
Rabbi Boruch Kaplan (11)
Covenant & Conversation: Parshat Vayigash (5:22)
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Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks (100)