Emuna Beams is delighted to host one of the world's foremost experts on the mitzvoth of the Land of Israel, Rabbi Moshe Bunim Mintz shlit'a, head of the Halichot Ha'aretz rabbinical seminary in Israel. In the course of the lesson, which we hope will be the first of a series, we also learn the importance of living in the Land of Israel. The lesson is in Hebrew, with English translation by Rabbi Lazer Brody. 38 minutes.
While learning the Tenth Principle of Emuna, we not only learn the amazing ramifications of Hashem's omniscience and Divine Providence, but we also see how modern technology gives us a greater insight into Divine wisdom.
The Torah commands us to serve Hashem with joy, but what happens if we're getting tormented from all different directions and we just don't feel happy? Do we fake it? Is that what Hashem wants?
Today, an olive best categorizes the American Jew. We'll learn how and why in today's emuna-oriented analysis of current events in the USA.
Did you ever wonder why we put our hands over our eyes when we say the Shema prayer? How de we cope when something painful happens to us, especially right after we did a good deed or finished praying, when we can neither see nor understand what Hashem is doing to us and why? Today's podcast answers.
“Chassidic Pearls” is a delightful collection of Rabbi Lazer Brody's original parables that elaborate on the weekly Torah portions. The book brings the flavor of the 19th Century Eastern European hamlet to the family Sabbath table. With the help of this book, anyone can say over beautiful elaborations of the weekly Torah portion and make the make the Torah come alive for the whole family. You'll meet the village matchmaker, the water-carrier, the blacksmith and more, all who teach unforgettable lessons in life that engrave themselves on the hearts of readers, young and old. You'll love this book, available in deluxe softcover or ebook.
In the Ninth of our Thirteen Principles of Emuna, we learn how the Torah is irreplaceable and unchangeable, for it comprises the Divine wisdom that Hashem used in creating the world, as we see in several amazing examples, such as the secret of immunization, which Louis Pasteur found in the Talmud.
Today's podcast is all about the generation gap and how to bridge it.
Yisroel Klein was a young man in one of the Nazi death camps where just as many Jews were dying of hunger and sickness as the ones who were sent to the gas chambers. Yisroel survived the Holocaust by virtue of the story I'm about to share with you, about how one compassionate word of love, care and compassion can literally save a life.