Parsha Terumah Terumah literally means “gift”. This week’s sidra is about giving Hashem a gift from the heart, which is then used to build Him a dwelling place. “Tell B’nei Yisrael to bring Me gifts; you shall accept gifts for Me from every person whose heart so moves him.” Sh’mot 25:2 The wording of this […]
Browsing Category: Living Kadosh
Parsha Mishpatim – Mishpatim literally means “judgments”. As our Creator, Hashem knew we would have problems getting along with each other from time to time. And He was right! We humans do not always play well in the sandbox together! That is why Hashem gave us laws, decrees and judgments. They were given as the […]
There are so many questions around forgiveness. Should I forgive? Have I truly forgiven the person and meant it? What is forgiveness to me? Let’s take a quick study of what HaShem’s purpose in regards of the concept of forgiving others.
Parsha Yitro – I love this parsha! The content is, of course, powerful as we read of the receiving of the ten utterances from the very mouth of G-d. But have you ever stopped to think about how amazing it is that this parsha is named after a Ger? According to Rabbinic tradition, Yitro was […]
The Sanctuary Bible Study Series B Schedule Balance Bible Study Series B – Study Dates May 26th – Session One: Introduction – via Zoom 1pm EST June 23rd – Session Two – via Zoom 10pm EST July 7th – Session Three – via Zoom 12pm EST The Zoom link is provided in an email […]
Parsha Va’era Each week we are on a treasure hunt, searching for images and concepts buried within the Words of the Torah which can help us to develop into the person we were created to be. This week the concept that spoke to me the loudest was that of gratitude. Rashi cites the midrash (Sh’mot […]