Yitro: Does God Care About ME? (12:30)
In Parshat Yitro (Exodus 18:1-20:23), we just witnessed some majorly epic events: the 10 plagues, the splitting of the sea and we're about to witness the ultimate epic event: God's revelation at Sinai. But smack in the middle of all of this awesomeness, we're introduced to Yitro, Moses' father-in-law
Series: Aleph Beta: The Parsha Experiment
Immanuel Shalev (41)
Sacred Shepherds: Moses and the Rebbe (46:42)
A piercing look at why some leaders succeed and others fail. Those at the helm greatly affect their communities, and even entire generations. What makes a layman into a leader, a civilian into a captain? This lecture examines the impact of two towering leaders in Jewish history—Moses and the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Dr. Simcha Leibovich (5)
Are You Sure about G-d (1:43)
Series: 90 second Dvar Torah
Benny Friedman (32)
Relevance in the 10 Commandments (9:39)
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet (121)
The Vital Role of Women in Matan Torah (56:16)
Emunah, sensitivity to G-d’s presence is a womanly attribute. Rabbi Shmuel Lew introduces the giving of the Torah as a fusion of the spiritual and material worlds, something women excel at. Nevertheless, when increasing in observance, it is important to take small measured steps, allowing for internalization.
Rabbi Shmuel Lew (22)
Shabbat: Sanctified Silence (5:34)
In this brief insight into the revelation at Sinai, Rabbi Levi Kaplan presents a Chassidic investigation into the world of speech and it’s various functions. The power of speech is employed to process thoughts, share ideas with others and as a method of recitation in fulfillment of the mitzvah of Torah study
Rabbi Levi Kaplan (50)
Giving Torah Transforms Introversion Into Extroversion (12:21)
“Goodness” is described in Torah as good that you retain within yourself, while “kindness” extends outward. All controversies are derived from these two qualities of introversion and extroversion and the ultimate resolution comes from combining two
Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh (31)
A Voice From Above The Sky (59:14)
This class was given January 29, 2013 - 18 Shevat, 5773 (Parshat Yitro) Torah Revealed is a weekly Chassidut class given by Rabbi Shmuel Braun in New York. The class explores fundamental questions on the current Torah portion and upcoming Jewish holidays.
Series: Torah Revealed
Rabbi Shmuel Braun (72)
Why Yitro? (3:56)
Why is a portion of the Torah named after a non-Jew? Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twersky discusses the merits and rewards of constructive criticism. Produced by: Visual Torah.
Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski (16)
Up and Down the Mountain (6:01)
Do we need to escape this materialistic life to experience true sprituality? Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin uses the interchange between Moses and G-d on the mountain to illustrate that through Jewish law we sanctify ourselves, bringing G-d into every aspect of human life.
Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin (40)
Change Perspective, Change Reality (36:40)
Rabbi Kasriel Shemtov (5)
Parshat Yisro (9:02)
Series: Torah in Ten
Rabbi Chaim Miller (49)
Covenant & Conversation: Parshat Yitro (8:18)
This video was graciously provided by the Office of the Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks. There are a number of ways to stay connected with the Chief Rabbi: Visit his website – chiefrabbi.org – to subscribe to his mailing list
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks (110)