Support Migdal Ohr by purchasing letters in the Torah Scroll that will be written in honor of Rabbi Grossman’s 70th Birthday.
Posted on: December 18th, 2015
When you accept Torah and mitzvos upon yourself as an obligation, you simultaneously invest yourself with the strength to carry out the obligation.
Yakov realized there was a Divine plan all along; God did not inflict suffering on him for no reason
"Jews" are the descendants of "Yehudah" whose comes from "Todah" meaning thanks. Jews give "THANKS"
Posted on: December 17th, 2015
The snake didn’t have an intrinsic craving for Chava. Only after he looked did he start desiring her.
Ramban says the Patriarchs were considered to be Jews, meaning they kept the Torah and all its Commandments, while living in the Land of Canaan.
Obviously, this wasn’t the first time Yaakov read Shema. He had accepted Hashem’s dominion on a daily basis for decades. But this was a new level of understanding he was only able to obtain through these powerful emotions.
Some have pointed out that the Gemara says that priyah was not an obligation until Maamad Har Sinai.
In Parshat Vayigash, we witness Judah's epic monologue to Joseph change the course of history --
How could Judah expect the Viceroy to grasp his subtle threats & insults when translated? He didn't.
Posted on: December 11th, 2015
Was it not obvious that these dreams foretold the wine-bearer’s reinstatement and the baker’s execution?
Utilizing the hidden light of Chanukah, we can defeat Islam and Yishmael.
Both Yehudah & Yehudah HaMaccabee were aware of their missions challenges, yet, they went forward
Posted on: December 10th, 2015
Payment on the covenant began that fateful day Jacob sent Joseph from the valley of Hebron to search for his brothers.
Tackling the story of Sale of Joseph & learning how to reconcile relationships with those we love
Mixed with the signals sent & received, some are ignored, most blatantly, Dinah's "Going Out."
Earlier in history, the Beis HaMikdash had been the center of life, the pride of every Jew.
Posted on: December 9th, 2015
As is evident from the Rambam, when one lights Chanukah candles higher than 20 amos it is not considered a ner Chanukah at all.
Yosef’s tale illustrates that "clothes don't make the man"
Posted on: December 4th, 2015
How apropos that the letter Ayin, with a numerical value of seventy, is associated with the month of Teves.
Yehuda, in an act of moral courage, readily admits his sin.
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