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The Rabbi's Husband
Rabbi Marc Labowitz - Psalms and the Power of Speech

The Rabbi's Husband

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 16:43


Rabbi Marc Labowitz, the leader of Temple Adath Or, South Florida Center for Jewish Renewal and a composer of over 30 original Jewish songs and melodies, joins Mark to discuss being the son of two Rabbis, the impact negative speech had on King David, and how the power of words impacts our communities today.  Here is the link to the verse on Sefaria.com: https://www.sefaria.org/Psalms.34.13?lang=bi

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 5th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 36:20


Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Meditation and Mindfulness with Rabbi Matt Shapiro

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 12:09


Rabbi Matt Shapiro fills in for Rabbi Adam Kligfeld and offers up short bursts of meditation infused with the imagery, wisdom, and the rhythms of our Jewish calendar including selected verses from the Torah. Many of these meditations are performed in sitting positions; some standing. Simply find yourself a comfortable space and let Rabbi Shapiro's voice and direction guide you into a world of serenity and tranquility. (Zoom/Facebook) Special Guest: Rabbi Matt Shapiro.

52 Weeks of Hope
How to Find Your Light with Rabbi Ken Chasen

52 Weeks of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 43:01


Going through a tough patch? Are you feeling alone? Depleted? Needing community? Enjoy this "Best Of" episode with Rabbi Chasen as he provides you a plethora of tools to deal with sadness or hard times and helps you create community in your life. He has a way with words that's comforting - you'll feel uplifted and better about yourself right away.  He shares how you can stay balanced, spiritually connected, and connected to community so that you know you're never alone.  Rabbi Chasen's an outspoken advocate for social justice whose writings appear in publications across the world. He's the Senior Rabbi of Leo Baeck Temple in Los Angeles and is a member of the adjunct faculty of the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, serves as National Co-Chair for T'ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights is an appointee to Mayor Eric Garcetti's Interfaith Leadership Collective, and is a prominent Jewish composer whose works are regularly heard in synagogues and schools around the world.

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 4th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 38:32


Zero Percent
10 - The Power Of One

Zero Percent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 18:01


This episode we explore our uniqueness.Episode Transcript: Hey everybody. I'm Menachem Lehrfield and you're listening to Zero Percent, where we explore world-changing ideas introduced by Judaism. This season, we've been talking all about education, and specifically we've been going through some of Carol Dweck's mindset research from a Jewish perspective. Frank was a regular fixture in his synagogue, never missed a day. He was getting a little bit older. And when he reached his 100th birthday, he just stopped showing up. So one week, and then another week and then a third week. And at that point, the rabbi. Got a little nervous. So the rabbi goes and he visits Frank and he thought, God forbid, maybe something happened. And he knocks on the door and Frank answers, and Frank looks wonderful. He looks great.So the rabbi says, "Frank, how's it going?" He's like, "Never been better." "So well, how come you stopped coming to synagogue? In my entire time as rabbi of this shul, I've never seen you absent once. You've never missed a week. How come all of a sudden you hit 100, you stopped coming?" So Frank says, "Rabbi, come here." And he motions him over. And he whispers in his ear and says, "Listen, Rabbi, when I turned 95, I thought any day God is going to take me. And then 96 and 97 and 98. Finally, I turned 100. I'm beginning to think he forgot about me. And if he forgot about me, I'm not going to remind him."Oftentimes, we go through life and it's hard to know, well, do I really matter? The Hebrew word for face is [foreign language 00:02:00], which is the same as the word [foreign language 00:02:03], which means internal. And the idea is that just as no two faces are exactly alike, even identical twins, that means from the beginning of time, until the end of time, no two human faces are exactly identical. And just as no two faces are the same, no two people are the same inside. Every single human being is unique. Each and every one of us is unique. And there is nobody in the history of mankind that has ever been exactly like any of us. And we need to begin to look at ourselves as those unique beings. And we need to begin to look at others in that same way.There's a beautiful story, which I'm beginning to doubt actually happened. And I usually don't like telling stories unless I can actually verify that they've happened. So the following story... I'm going to tell you the story first, so I don't take away from it because it's a beautiful story. And then if you want afterwards, you could hear my cynicism as to whether or not it's true. The great composer Arturo Toscanini hired a biographer to write his biography. And this great biographer is writing a story of Toscanini's life. And he asked him if he can come by his apartment to interview him one evening, and Toscanini said, "I'm sorry, I can't. I have plans." So the biographer said... He pried a little bit. He had that relationship with him. He said, "Well, what are your plans?"He said, "I'm going to be listening to a symphony on the radio. It's actually a symphony that I conducted myself several years ago." So the biographer said, "Oh great. Can I just come and listen with you?" He said, "No, I'm sorry. I always listen to these things by myself." He said, "Come on, just let me come." And they fought back and forth, and Toscanini finally said, "Fine, you can come, on condition you don't say a word. If you want, you can come. You can sit there with me quietly, but not a word." Fine, okay.So that night, the biographer knocks on the door. He comes ahead of time so he's not interrupting in the middle of the symphony. And they sit there in complete silence, listening the entire time. And as soon as it's over the biographer looks at Toscanini and says, "Wow, wasn't that magnificent? Wasn't that beautiful?" And the famous composer looked at the biographer and answered with just one word. He said, "No." "What do you mean, no? It was so beautiful. What was wrong with it?"And Toscanini said, "There were supposed to be 120 musicians playing. There was only 119. They were missing a violinist." So the biographer's smirking to himself. He's not going to get started arguing with the great composer. He says, "Okay, whatever you say." The entire way home, he's thinking, is that possible? Can Toscanini really know if one violinist was missing? Can't be. So the next morning he calls the director of the orchestra, and he says to the director, "How many musicians were playing last night?" And the director said, "Funny, you should ask. We were supposed to have 120, but at the last minute, one of the violinists got sick and he didn't show up."The man's floored. How's that possible? It's not even like he was live and sitting there. You're hearing this over the radio. You can really hear the difference? So he goes back to Toscanini and he says, "Come on, did you call ahead of time? Did you know that the guy... you like friends with the violinist who didn't show up? What's the catch?" And Toscanini said, "There's a huge difference between you and I. When you listen as a member of the audience, you hear and you say, 'Oh, it sounds nice. It sounds beautiful, magnificent.' But as the conductor, the conductor knows every single note. The conductor knows every single musician. Every single person has a part to play. And if you're not playing your part, it doesn't sound the same. You might not be able to hear it. You might not be able to understand the difference, but he knows because he's the conductor."We each have music to play and we have to play our own instrument and we have to play it to the fullest. Every single one of us is unique. That means there's no extras. None of us gets to be the rock in the school play. Every single one of us is the lead role in our lives. That's what it means. The Talmud tells us that God created man alone. Why? Creates billions of rocks, billions of trees, tons of each type of animal. Why create just one human being, especially when the world is meant to be populated? Just create lots of them. The Talmud says the reason why God created just one man by himself is to teach us that every single human being is a world unto themselves. And if somebody saves a life, it's like you save the entire world. And if somebody destroys a life, it's like you destroyed the whole world.That is the emphasis we place on every single individual because every one of us has unique opportunities, unique capabilities, unique potential. Every one of us is truly unique. The historian Paul Johnson met with the chief rabbi of England, and Rabbi Sacks asked him why... Paul Johnson's not a Jew. He said, "Why did you spend so much of your career writing about the Jews? Why were you so fascinated by the Jewish story?" And he said, "The Jewish people are the only people..." Again, this is not me saying this, this is Paul Johnson the historian. "The Jewish people are the only people who have properly found the balance between the individual and the community." He said, "You have places like China, where it's all about communism. It's all about the greater good. You have places like America, where it's all about the individual." We live in the I generation, the iPhone, the iPad. I always say even the we is just two Is.There's something really telling about that. We live in a very I-centric society. The Jewish people find the balance between the two. It's not just about the I and it's not just about the we. The American ideal is e pluribus unum. out of many, one. It's the idea of the melting pot. Everyone come from all over, come with all of your uniqueness and all the things that make you unique and special, melt them all down. That's the idea of the melting pot. And then we'll spit out this product of the American. We'll strip you of all of your culture, of all of your background, take it all away and produce something that's this amalgamation of everything.Judaism is exactly the opposite. It's not out of many, one. It's out of one, many. Even when we're unified, even when we're one, we look at the individuals. We look at the unique elements of every single person. In the Torah portion of Nasso, the Torah goes into great detail recording the different gifts that the [foreign language 00:09:46], the priests, the princes, the heads of each tribe brought to the tabernacle, to the temporary portable temple in the desert. What's unusual as the Torah does not waste any extra ink. There's not a single extra letter in the entire Torah, and yet what's remarkable about the gifts that the [foreign language 00:10:07] brought is that every single one of them was identical.Go back and look at the Torah portion. You'll see it repeats the same verse practically over and over and over and over and over again. The Torah doesn't waste a single extra letter anywhere else, and yet it's repeating the exact same thing over and over again. Just say the heads of each tribe brought the following and then say the things. Say what the gifts were. Why go through every single one? And the answer, our sages tell us, is because they might've brought what looked like the same thing, but because every single human being is unique and every single person is different, when each one of those [foreign language 00:10:49], each one of those princes brought a gift to the temple, they brought it with the full range of who they were. And therefore, every gift was unique.It might've looked the same from the outside. The materials might've been identical, but the way each one of them brought it and the representation of who each person was, was truly different and unique. And therefore the Torah goes through every single gift, saying word after word after word, to teach us that it might look the same from the outside, but inside it's truly unique.For full transcript, visit: www.joidenver.com/zeropercent/10---the-power-of-one

The Jewish Lives Podcast
ABRAHAM JOSHUA HESCHEL

The Jewish Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 23:13


Civil Rights Leader. Anti-Vietnam War Activist. Rabbi. How did Abraham Joshua Heschel, a Hasidic rabbi from Warsaw, become a progressive Jewish icon? Join us as we explore why Heschel remains a symbol of the fight to make progressive Jewish values relevant in the secular world with Julian Zelizer, author of the new Jewish Lives biography Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Life of Radical Amazement. Music in this episode: Charles Albert Tindley - We Shall Overcome

Holistic Healing Connection
Listening with Daniel Bruce Levin

Holistic Healing Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 50:33


"Listening became my modality" That's one of Ambers favorite quotes from her guest, Daniel Bruce Levin. The other is posted on her Instagram page.  Daniel is a visionary, activist, speaker, and storyteller. He has a very interesting life story with many twists and turns, but the one that stands out the most may have been when he walked away from an opportunity to run a billion dollar business. BILLION!!! He chose to hitchhike around the world to find happiness and inner peace instead.  Daniels travels took him to a country where he studied in a seminary for five years (but then left one day before becoming a Rabbi). Then when he came back to the United States, he joined a yoga community, which led him to his life as a Monk in a monastery for 10 years. And, those are just two examples!  It seems this guy has lived a hundred lives already! He was once even the Director of Business Development at Hay House bringing them from $3,000,000 a year in sales to $100,000,000 a year in revenue. Now his focus is helping other to "learn how to see what they can't see".  He is the author of The Mosaic, a life changing fable that invites people to listen to those others do not hear and to see the situations in their life differently.  Daniel is truly a rare gem in this crazy world. His storytelling is entertaining and inspiring. I hope you enjoy it as much as Amber did.  Purchase The Mosaic HERE!  Visit Daniels website at DanielBruceLevin.com.  Connect with him on social media: Instagram  Twitter  Facebook    

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Rabbi Avremi Zippel on The Meaning of Hanukkah

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 8:57


Why is Hanukkah important, and what can Jewish people and those not of the faith take away from the holiday? Rabbi Avremi Zippel from Chabad Lubavitch of Utah joined Boyd to talk about the true meanings behind the Festival of Lights. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 3rd Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 27:31


Jews You Should Know
Episode 169 - The Renaissance Educator and Tikvah Dean: A Conversation with Mark Gottlieb

Jews You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 61:44


The Renaissance Educator and Tikvah Dean Rabbi Mark Gottlieb is Dean of the Tikvah Institute at Yale University, as well as a longtime celebrated principal at the Maimonides School in Boston and MTA in New York, two of Modern Orthodoxy's flagship institutions. Rabbi Gottlieb discusses his own personal journey towards Jewish tradition, and his early career as a precocious educator and administrator, before moving to Tikvah nearly 11 years ago. The Tikvah Fund is a philanthropic foundation and think tank dedicated to assisting the Jewish people and the Jewish State's intellectual, religious, and political leaders. As a non-profit organization they invest in a variety of projects in Israel, the United States, and throughout the world, including educational programs, publications, and fellowships. In this episode of Jews You Should Know, Rabbi Gottlieb and Ari discuss Mark's background, Jewish education, the religious perspective on politics and economics, and more. Give a listen!   Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 2:47 Mark's background story and religious awakening 15:13 Mark's intellectual influences growing up 27:42 Mark's educational career path since high school 39:12. How Mark left MTA and joined Tikvah 44:16 What is Tikvah? 49:40 Discussing Judaism, politics and economics 55:09 What's next for Mark's career at Tikvah?   Connect with Mark Gottlieb: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-gottlieb-a458643/ Connect with Ari: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jewsyoushouldknow Twitter: https://twitter.com/JewsUShouldKnow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rabbi.K Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ari-koretzky-18b12217/

The CJN Daily
They don't have a shul or rabbi, but PEI's few dozen Jews just celebrated their first public Hanukkah ceremony

The CJN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 11:16


Prince Edward Island doesn't have a synagogue or rabbi. But now, exactly 120 years after Jews first began their continuous settlement on the island, the small but active Jewish community of a few dozen families celebrated their provinces's first-ever public Hanukkah ceremony in front of the provincial Legislative Assembly building in Charlottetown. This is the building where the Fathers of Confederation first met to found Canada in 1864. In 2021, about 60 Jewish islanders showed up on the lawn to witness the historic lighting of a three-metre-tall hanukkiah and celebrate their culture. Joseph Glass, one of the organizers of the event, joins to discuss how this came together and what makes his community unique. Plus, we hear a clip of Edmonton's candlelighting celebration, featuring NHL star and new Edmonton resident Zach Hyman. What we talked about: Learn about PEI's Jewish community at theajc.ca Watch a video of Zach Hyman lighting Alberta's largest hannukiah on Twitter Credits The CJN Daily is written and hosted by Ellin Bessner (@ebessner on Twitter). Victoria Redden is the producer. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer. Our theme music is by Dov Beck-Levine. Our title sponsor is Metropia. We're a member of The CJN Podcast Network; find more great Jewish podcasts at thecjn.ca.

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


Full Text of ReadingsFeast of Saint Andrew, Apostle Lectionary: 684All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint AndrewAndrew was Saint Peter's brother, and was called with him. “As [Jesus] was walking by the sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon who is now called Peter, and his brother Andrew, casting a net into the sea; they were fishermen. He said to them, ‘Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men.' At once they left their nets and followed him” (Matthew 4:18-20). John the Evangelist presents Andrew as a disciple of John the Baptist. When Jesus walked by one day, John said, “Behold, the Lamb of God.” Andrew and another disciple followed Jesus. “Jesus turned and saw them following him and said to them, ‘What are you looking for?' They said to him, ‘Rabbi (which translated means Teacher), where are you staying?' He said to them, ‘Come, and you will see.' So they went and saw where he was staying, and they stayed with him that day” (John 1:38-39a). Little else is said about Andrew in the Gospels. Before the multiplication of the loaves, it was Andrew who spoke up about the boy who had the barley loaves and fishes. When the Gentiles went to see Jesus, they came to Philip, but Philip then had recourse to Andrew. Legend has it that Andrew preached the Good News in what is now modern Greece and Turkey and was crucified at Patras on an X-shaped cross. Reflection As in the case of all the apostles except Peter and John, the Gospels give us little about the holiness of Andrew. He was an apostle. That is enough. He was called personally by Jesus to proclaim the Good News, to heal with Jesus' power and to share his life and death. Holiness today is no different. It is a gift that includes a call to be concerned about the Kingdom, an outgoing attitude that wants nothing more than to share the riches of Christ with all people. Saint Andrew is the Patron Saint of: Fishermen Greece Russia Scotland Click here for more about Saint Andrew! Saint of the DayCopyright Franciscan Media

Windy City Slam
Rabbi Jeremy Fine introduces 2econd Wrestling

Windy City Slam

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 44:23


While his goal to become a college basketball coach didn't come to fruition, Jeremy Fine turned to another calling – becoming a Rabbi and then a wrestling promoter. Fine joins Windy City Slam Podcast to talk about 2econd Wrestling's debut show, Creation, as well as his Jewish Sports website, his experience with a young Tony Khan and much more. Plus, Mike offers his opinion on the promo showdown between CM Punk and MJF, a recap of AAW Pro and previews of Freelance Underground, POWW Entertainment and Rocket Pro Wrestling. Mike Pankow is a wrestling super-fan who covers local Chicagoland wrestling and national promotions like AEW and WWE. If there is something going on in Chicago, Mike knows about it. Enjoy "Wrestling, Chicago-Style" on The Broadcast Basement On-Demand Radio Network! Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com. Get your local wrestling fix every Tuesday everywhere podcasts can be found and always at WindyCitySlam.com!

IKAR Los Angeles
The Essence of Hanukkah: Creating Light or Kindling Fire? – Rabbi Morris Panitz

IKAR Los Angeles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 17:40


Mesivta of Waterbury
Rabbi Kalish - “Posthumously”

Mesivta of Waterbury

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 25:25


L'Zechus Refuah Shelaima דוד יוסף אלימלך בן אלישבע הינדא

Magen Avot Halacha  & Parasha by Rabbi Lebhar
Tehillim Rabbi Yaakov Abuchatzira Part 6-Unbelievable Story of How to Get a Long Life

Magen Avot Halacha & Parasha by Rabbi Lebhar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 13:12


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video-HD)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 2nd Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video-HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 19:32


Beyond Belief
Orthodox Jewish Women

Beyond Belief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 28:01


There is a stereotype of the Orthodox Jewish woman. She is confined to domestic duties and bringing up many children whilst being dominated by a husband who wears a large round fur hat (a shtreimel) and has side curls and a bushy beard. This stereotype is based on the Ultra-Orthodox community which has recently been portrayed in the very popular Netflix dramas 'Unorthodox' and 'Shtisel'. The truth is that the Orthodox Jewish community is more diverse than this and that mainstream Orthodox Jewish women are taking on more responsibility in their community. To discuss the stereotype, their faith and their lives, Ernie Rea is joined by three Orthodox Jewish women. Abi Kurzer is the Rebbetzen or Rabbi's wife at Pinner United Synagogue in North London. She is also Clinical Manager and a social worker for a charity supporting adolescent girls from the Orthodox Jewish community. Rabbi Dr Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz is a Research Fellow at Manchester University. Controversially she was ordained this summer in New York. And Avigail Simmonds-Rosten is the Jewish Programme Manager at the Council of Christians and Jews in London. Producer: Helen Lee

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 2nd Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 19:28


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 2nd Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 19:32


Hebrew Nation Online
Now Is The Time w/Rabbi Steve Berkson | The Heart of the Matter | Part 55 | Ephesians

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 69:02


Continuing our journey through the apostle Paul's letter to the Ephesians, Rabbi Steve Berkson brings us into chapter 5 where we are told to become imitators of Yeshua Messiah as “beloved children” which is pleasing to The Father. Being a follower of Yeshua according to His own words is to no longer walk in darkness but possess the light of life (John 8:12). So to walk as children of the light is to prove it by doing what is well-pleasing to the Master. Yeshua said, “If you love me, keep my commandments.” Don't miss out on new teachings every week. For more information about MTOI (Messianic Torah Observant Israel), visit our website, https://mtoi.org. Join us on Social media! Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mtoiworldwide Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtoiworldwide Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mtoiworldwide We are located in Cleveland TN. If you would like to know more about us, we would love to hear from you! Feel free to visit us on our website, https://mtoi.org, email us at admin@mtoi.org or call us at 423-250-3020. Join us for Shabbat Services & Torah Study LIVE Streamed on our Main YouTube Channel every Saturday at 1:15 pm (EST) and every Tuesday for Torah Study Live Stream at 6:30 pm (EST).

Climate Connections
Hanukkah story can inspire energy conservation, rabbi says

Climate Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 1:31


The holiday celebrates the oil that miraculously lasted eight days. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/

Monday Motivation
CHANUKAH's Timeless Message! Monday Motivation with Rabbi Garfinkel 11-29-2021

Monday Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 13:50


Everyone LOVES Chanukah! BUT, do you know the REAL Story behind Chanukah and the INCREDIBLY relevant message it has for YOU in YOUR LIFE? Have a listen! Enjoy! Happy Chanukah! Lots of love, Rabbi Garfinkel

Sicha In Depth
Chelek 11, Miketz 1 - Rabbi Dovber Pinson

Sicha In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 40:08


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Mesivta of Waterbury
Rabbi Kalish - Let's Get Lit

Mesivta of Waterbury

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 38:25


L'Zechus Refuah Shelaima דוד יוסף אלימלך בן אלישבע הינדא

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video-HD)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 1st Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video-HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 25:51


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 1st Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 25:51


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)
Rabbi Gordon - Mikeitz: 1st Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 25:55


Cornerstone at KPCW
Choosing Glory Over Safety

Cornerstone at KPCW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 37:42


11/28/2021 Jacob Kim John 11:1-16 English Standard Version The Death of Lazarus 11 Now a certain man was ill, Lazarus of Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. 2 It was Mary who anointed the Lord with ointment and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was ill. 3 So the sisters sent to him, saying, “Lord, he whom you love is ill.” 4 But when Jesus heard it he said, “This illness does not lead to death. It is for the glory of God, so that the Son of God may be glorified through it.” 5 Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. 6 So, when he heard that Lazarus[a] was ill, he stayed two days longer in the place where he was. 7 Then after this he said to the disciples, “Let us go to Judea again.” 8 The disciples said to him, “Rabbi, the Jews were just now seeking to stone you, and are you going there again?” 9 Jesus answered, “Are there not twelve hours in the day? If anyone walks in the day, he does not stumble, because he sees the light of this world. 10 But if anyone walks in the night, he stumbles, because the light is not in him.” 11 After saying these things, he said to them, “Our friend Lazarus has fallen asleep, but I go to awaken him.” 12 The disciples said to him, “Lord, if he has fallen asleep, he will recover.” 13 Now Jesus had spoken of his death, but they thought that he meant taking rest in sleep. 14 Then Jesus told them plainly, “Lazarus has died, 15 and for your sake I am glad that I was not there, so that you may believe. But let us go to him.” 16 So Thomas, called the Twin,[b] said to his fellow disciples, “Let us also go, that we may die with him.”

The Neveh Podcast
From the Tape Room: The Kiss!!! Rabbi Mandelcorn ZT'L

The Neveh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 29:51


Sunday
The bible in BSL, the Rabbi and Kim Kardashian, and Rev Dr John Sentamu

Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 44:06


The bible in sign language, the rabbi and Kim Kardashian, and Lord Bishop Sentamu

Rabbi Mordecai Griffin
Our Sacred Mission

Rabbi Mordecai Griffin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 58:39


Rabbi explains why we exist

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)
Rabbi Gordon - Vayeishev: 7th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 18:12


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)
Rabbi Gordon - Vayeishev: 7th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 18:06


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video-HD)
Rabbi Gordon - Vayeishev: 7th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video-HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 18:06


The Messianic Jewish Podcast
Rabbi Eric Lakatos: How Things Work Together

The Messianic Jewish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 45:01


The Messianic Jewish Podcast
Rabbi Eric Lakatos: How All Things Work Together

The Messianic Jewish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 0:08


YUTORAH: R' Aryeh Lebowitz -- Recent Shiurim
From The Rabbi's Desk - Are People Innocent Until Proven Guilty?

YUTORAH: R' Aryeh Lebowitz -- Recent Shiurim

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 31:26


The Shema Podcast for the Perplexed
Building Multi-Generational Wealth with Rabbi Yissachar Granitsky

The Shema Podcast for the Perplexed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 44:45


Often in our endeavors to grow as Jews, we sometimes can't see beyond the challenge directly in front of us and we forget that we are building something much bigger than ourselves. In this inspiring episode, I interviewed Rabbi Yissachar Granitsky. He tells an incredible story of his life as a non-Jew, the event's G-d […]

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)
Rabbi Gordon - Vayeishev: 6th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 23:46


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)
Rabbi Gordon - Vayeishev: 6th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 23:49


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video-HD)
Rabbi Gordon - Vayeishev: 6th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video-HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 23:46


Mesivta of Waterbury
Rabbi Kalish - Congruent

Mesivta of Waterbury

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 46:42


L'Zechus Refuah Shelaima דוד יוסף אלימלך בן אלישבע הינדא

The Neveh Podcast
Parashas Vayeshev - Rabbi Schwab

The Neveh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 14:30


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Daily Emunah Podcast - Daily Emunah By Rabbi David Ashear

At the end of this week's Parasha, Vayeshev , Yosef HaTzaddik interpreted the dreams of the Sar HaOfim and the Sar HaMashkim . He told the Sar HaMashkim he was going to get his job back and continue living as before, while he told the Sar HaOfim he was going to die. Rav Meir Shapiro asked, where did Yosef see life and death in the dreams that these men had. The Rabbi answered, the Sar HaMashkim related to Yosef that he saw himself holding the cup of Paraoh , taking grapes, pressing them into the cup and placing the cup into Paraoh's hands. Yosef saw that he was active, working hard, and those are signs of life. While the Sar HaOfim said he saw himself with a basket on his head with food inside of it and birds coming to eat from it. He was inactive and that was a sign of no life. The Rabbi concluded, “Hashem wants us to use our lives to accomplish. Every day there is another opportunity to grow and do more and not sit around and wait for things to happen on their own.” There is so much we can accomplish spiritually with every moment of life. The sefer Vaveh HaAmudim told a story about the famed Ponovitcher Rav, Rabbi Yosef Kahaneman. The Rabbi spent his days building Torah and he established one of the most prominent yeshivot in the entire world. He had to make numerous trips, traveling worldwide to raise the necessary funds to support the yeshiva. On one of those occasions, he returned to his host's house after a long, tiring day of collecting. He went to lie down, totally sapped of all his strength. The host ran to make the Rabbi a cup of tea and a plate of food and asked him what he could do to help him. The Rabbi answered, “The best thing you could do for me is to get me a telephone because there were many people I didn't get to go to today and I want to call them to see if they want to take part in this great mitzvah of supporting Torah.” The host said, “Rabbi, you're no longer a young man. From where do you draw the strength to keep pushing yourself like this?” The Rabbi answered, “If you want to know, it's from an episode that took place when I was younger that made a very big impression on me.” The Rabbi then related the episode. He said, “When I was younger, my mother used to make a special homemade mishloach manot and send it to the Rabbi and Rebbitzin of our community. On Purim, she would send my siblings and I to deliver it. One year, my father came home, it was a week before Purim and he said he got something else he wanted to give the Rabbi, along with the mishloach manot . That day, a traveling salesman came to our town and he had with him an entire Masechet Baba Batra in the Vilna edition of the Shas. At that time, nobody had their own Gemarot and my father knew for a fact that our Rabbi did not have his own Shas either. He bought the Gemara as a present for the Rav. On Purim, I along with my two brothers went to deliver the mishloach manot as well as that Gemara . When we arrived, my brother gave the homemade dessert and the Rav said to his wife, ‘So nice, the Kahaneman boys are here to give us mishloach manot .' And then I took out the Gemara and told the Rabbi, ‘Here, this is a gift from my father.' The sight of what I saw next, I will never forget. The Rabbi's eyes welled up with tears. He hugged the Gemara and he said in a loud voice, ‘An entire Masechet Baba Batra !' And he began dancing with it for 20 minutes around his table, as if it was Simchat Torah .” Rabbi Kahaneman then got out of his bed to show the host exactly how the Rabbi danced. Then he continued, “The Rabbi asked his Rebbitzin if she could give him a special present to which she replied, ‘Of course.' He said we usually start our Purim seuda at 5:00. Can we start it at 6:00? And from 5:00 until 6:00, I will go into my study and learn this Masechet for one full uninterrupted hour. She said that would be her greatest pleasure. The Rabbi then, once again, began dancing with the Gemara for an additional 20 minutes.” Rav Kahanemen concluded, “I was 11 years old at that time. When I saw the Rabbi's love of Torah, I decided on the spot, when I get older I'm going to put all of my strength into helping people learn this Torah. And that is where I get my strength from.” The sefer Vaveh HaAmudim concluded with the following two messages. #1 – Look at what an impression someone can make when he does something with joy. We as well can have such a big impact on our children when we portray the beauty of Torah and mitzvot in the way we act towards them. And #2 – Look at what this Rabbi accomplished with one act of ahavat Torah . He had a major share in the building of one of the world's largest yeshivot . His love of Torah is what inspired Rav Kahaneman to spend his life upholding Torah. We could all accomplish so much with each moment of life. Shabbat Shalom.

The Neveh Podcast
Chanukah-Sefas Emes Rabbi Charlop

The Neveh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 6:29


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Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
S4E34: Pidsgiving Pity Party

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 38:04


Rabbi and Red recap the Colorado Rapids 1-0 loss to Portland Timbers, ending their 2021 season.

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)
Rabbi Gordon - Vayeishev: 5th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 18:58


Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)
Rabbi Gordon - Vayeishev: 5th Portion

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 19:02