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Jewish Holidays

A Majestic Amidah: Part II

September 26, 2008, by

For part 1 click here An exploration of the Musaf Amidah of Rosh Hashana – adding the dimension of time. Presented by Rabbi Yaakov Mendelson, Rabbinic Coordinator, OU Kosher.

The First Mass Teshuva Movement

September 25, 2008, by

A Look at Sefer Bamidbar, when an entire nation of people became Baalei Teshuva. Lessons learned to incorporate into the time of reflection prior to Rosh Hashana. Presented by Rabbi Steve Burg, NCSY International Director at Yeshiva University on September 24, 2008.

Prisoner #313

September 25, 2008, by

The symbolism of the Rosh Hashana Mussaf service. Lessons learned – God alone is King, you must have a dream, we have the strength to overcome challenges. Presented by Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld, Rabbi of OU Synagogue Ohev Sholom/The National Synagogue in Washington, DC.

Elul Thoughts: Part II

September 24, 2008, by

Preparing to approach God – to be in a place where we can approach God without fear and with joy. Second in a series on thoughts for the month of Elul by Rochi Lerner, host of Torah Sessions on OURadio.org. For part 1 click here For part 3 click here

Can You Hear Me Now?

September 24, 2008, by

Blasting your own shofar and hearing God’s call. A look at the shofar on Rosh Hashana with Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld, Rabbi of OU Synagogue Ohev Sholom/The National Synagogue in Washington, DC.

The Four Stages of Repentance: Commitment

September 23, 2008, by

Taking responsibility for your actions and wrongdoings. Fourth in a series on repentance by Rabbi Moishe Lichtenstein, host of Water-Cooler Questions on OURadio.org. Email questions to watercooler@ou.org. For part 1 click here For part 2 click here For part 3 click here

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