Parshat Shemot
July 21, 2008

Parshat Shemot marks the start of a new book in the Torah. One unique thing about this book is that it connects to the previous book. The end of...

Parshat Shemot From Aish HaNER
July 21, 2008

Pharaoh, the king of Egypt had a scheme to murder the male newborns of the Israelites. He wanted the Hebrew midwives Shifra and Puah to kill the male newborns...

Parshat Shemot From Southern Region NCSY
July 21, 2008

The middle third of this week’s parsha, Shemos, features a conversation between the two most important characters in the Torah: Hashem and Moshe. This conversation is incredible in many...

Parshat Shemot From Central East NCSY
July 21, 2008

Pharaoh decreed upon B’nei Yisroel that they would no longer be supplied with the necessary ingredients to make bricks. They would have to make gather all the materials for...

Parshat Shemot From Aish HaNER
July 21, 2008

This week we start a new sefer of the Torah, Sefer Shemot. In perek bet we learn of Moshe’s birth and adoption and eventually the story in which he...

Parshat Shemot – From Shir HaMaalot
July 21, 2008

In this week’s Parsha, Shemos, Perek Bet begins by saying that a woman conceived and gave birth to a son.  She saw that he was “good” and hid him...

Parshat Bo
July 21, 2008

Parshat Bo, perek 12 pasuk 1 says: “Hashem  said to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying,’ This month shall be for you in the beginning of...

Parshat Bo From Southern Region NCSY
July 21, 2008

In this week?s parsha, Bo, we are commanded, right before the tenth plague of the killing of the Egyptian first born, the very first mitzvah as a nation. This...

Parshat Bo From West Coast NCSY
July 21, 2008

In this weeks parasha, Bo in chapter 12 verse 48, it talks about  when the nation brings the Passover offering and there is a convert among them, he shall...

Parshat Bo From Shir HaMaalot
July 21, 2008

Chapter 12, verses 23 and 24 in this week’s Parsha describe how, during the last plague, Hashem would pass over the Jewish houses when He saw the blood that...