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Posted on: October 29th, 2015
What does the odd bargaining session between Abraham & God mean? What does it teach about Abraham?
The Shita Mekubetzes there asks why the Gemara did not cite a source to permit the consumption of milk from a pasuk in this week’s parsha.
Avraham spent his life emulating Hashem. Every waking moment of his existence was focused on making himself as much like Hashem as humanly possible.
Perhaps G-d’s approval of Abraham's emphasis of kavod habriyot can be found in the subsequent verses (Genesis 18:19).
The greatest impact of an individual is generally felt when he acts as part of the larger community.
Posted on: October 28th, 2015
In this week's parsha, what do we learn about the intense power Abraham had to influence others?
HaShem waited while Abraham attended to his visitors before discussing with him the fate of Sodom.
Posted on: October 23rd, 2015
When one is able to serve G-d and feel connected with Him on an emotional level, it is far greater than one who merely has an intellectual and rational connection.
Avraham Avinu is the first Jew and the first human being to take moral responsibility for himself and his surroundings.
The 1st commandment given to proto-Israelite nation, through our patriarch Abraham, is circumcision
It is important to appreciate Terah, the foundation from which the patriarchs and matriarchs emerged
Posted on: October 22nd, 2015
It seems that in an attempt to portray gedolim as great, we have made them non-human – angels just barely wearing human form.
Circumcision and the Sabbath/Festivals are both classified as otot (signs) of our relationship with G-d.
If everything depends on the final test, the Sacrifice of Yitzchok, why give Avraham other trials?
Chazal teach that while Ephraim stayed and learned under Yaakov, Menashe helped Yosef run the kingdom.
I believe one of our questions can be answered by noting that Avraham was only commanded not to marry a gentile or a maidservant in Bereishis 17:7 – after he was already married to Hagar for 13 years.
Posted on: October 21st, 2015
The Jewish people's love for their land is under assault, whether by Arab terror or UNESCO treachery
Posted on: October 20th, 2015
What should one learn from the first words that G-d says to Avraham: Go to the Land of Israel!
Posted on: October 16th, 2015
Not only is eating melavah malkah a great mitzvah, there are "instant rewards"!
Even in the most drastic of circumstances, a Jew can never be written off completely and one must even be willing to endure total mesirus nefesh for another’s sake.
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