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Introduction to Isaiah
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Yeshaya (Isaiah) is the first book of the Neviim Acharonim, the Later Prophets. While the books of the Neviim Rishonim, the Early Prophets, focus heavily on the history of the Jewish people from the time of Joshua until the Babylonian exile, the Later Prophets focus on the actual prophecies of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and the […]
Sefer Micha #2
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Micha Chapter 1: When Micha speaks he always speaks about both Malchut Yisrael and Malchut Yehuda. He prophesied during the reigns of Yotam, Achaz, and Chizkiyahu. Micha often borrows metaphors and phrases from earlier prophets and relates the prophecy in a poetic way with plays on words. Delivered at the OU Israel Center, May 21st, […]
Sefer Micha #1
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Introduction and Chapter 1: Micha was one of 4 simultaneous prophets – Yeshayahu, Hoshea, Amos, and Micha. Yeshayahu spoke to the nations, Hoshea and Amos to Israel, and Micha to both. Sefer Micha consists of 3 topics: Rebuke of Jerusalem, Nechama, and at the end. he turns into Micha the teacher. Delivered at the OU […]
Helping A Parent in Olam Ha-Emes
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Importance of a child not fumbling through things that ostensibly bring honor but actually bring shame to deceased parents. Did Avraham’s zechus apply towards Terach, a father who educated Avram in a manner diametrically opposite to the one that Avraham chose for himself as the beloved of HaShem? The Chofetz Chaim on not wasting money […]