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by Rabbi Yissocher Frand

In Parshas Vayelech, HaShem informs Moshe that after his death the nation would eventually come to worship idolatry: "...This people will rise up and go astray after the foreign gods of the land... They will ab read more »
by Ariel Bar Tzadok

Sometimes up is down, and below is above.

All to many people pursue mysticism and Kabbalah, practicing all kinds of rituals and meditations believing that somehow they are in contact with actual supernal worlds.

It is read more »
by Rabbi Yisroel Ciner

This week, the last Shabbos before Rosh Hashanah {the Jewish New Year}, we read the double parsha of Nitzavim/Vayelech. "Atem nitzavim {You are standing} ha'yome {today} kulchem {all of you} before Hashem your G-d. [29:9] read more »
by Rabbi Eli Mansour

Ladies Shiur By Safra Shul In Aventura Florida read more »
Parasha by: Rabbi Danny Tawil - Madison Torah Center - 2221 Ave R Brooklyn
Closing in on his final words of rebuke, Moshe Rabenu expressed his feelings in a manner that was quite up - front and blunt. "Behold I have placed in front of you [[the ch read more »
Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude




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(יב) לא בשמים הוא לאמר מי יעלה לנו השמימה ויקחה לנו וישמענו אתה ונעשנה:



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(יב) לא בשמים הוא - שאילו היתה בשמים היית צריך לעלות אחריה read more »
Nisabim: G-d will return to rejoice for the good
by Rabbi Ya'aqob Menashe


"When G-d will return to rejoice over you for the good, as He rejoiced over your forefathers". (Deutoronomy 30:9). Rabbenu Bahye states that it is possible that the read more »
The hidden (sins) are for Hashem, our G-d, but the revealed (sins) are for us and for our children forever. (29:28)

Simply, we are not held responsible for those sinners who hide their evil. The hidden sinners are in Hashem's province. Our focus read more »
Rabbi Chaim Brovender of WebYeshiva.org gives his weekly d'var Torah on the Parshat Hashavua. read more »
by Rabbi Chaim Sunitsky

Parshat Nitzavim
Question:

In this parsha we read about an additional covenant with Hashem, which the Jewish people were brought into, and a curse that would come upon those who would stray away from the Torah. Moshe read more »
by Rabbi Berel Wein

This is the final Shabat of the year 5766. It has been a difficult year for the Jewish people, for the State of Israel and for me personally. This year of war, death, scandal, disappointment, and an overwhelming feeling of un read more »
by Rabbi Berel Wein

Moshe’s last day on earth is at hand. His leadership of Israel is about to end. His physical strength has not failed him but he is unable any longer to come and to go. The Talmud explains that the time of a ruler can in no wa read more »
by Rabbi Zev Leff

Beset by many evils and troubles, the will say, "It is because God is no longer with me that these evil things have befallen me." On that day I will utterly hide My face because of all the evil that they have done... (Deut. read more »


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