Weekly Torah Reading Commentaries
Our commentaries search the Bible’s Messages for the Return of the Lost House of 10-Israel and their reconciliation with Judah – i.e. The Geulah or Redemption of Israel.
Mixed with our great Commentaries from Rabbis teaching Parashot.
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In this parsha we learn mitzvot about the Land of Israel, a land with “strings attached.” The idea of the mitzvot of Eretz Yisrael is there to remind us that Hashem is in charge, not us.
The promise for long life only comes from two commandments: honoring your parents and sending away a mother bird before taking her young. What’s the common denominator here? In this week’s Torah portion, Rabbi Fohrman brings new light to this strange commandment and explains why its reward is long life. Check out more Torah […]
In this week’s parsha (Exodus 21:1-24:18) we are in the midst of two of the most well known and epic stories in the entire Tanach: Revelation at Sinai and the Sin of the Golden Calf. The Israelites experience their highest high and their lowest low, all within the same few verses. However, smack in the […]
Meir Elkabas discusses this week’s Torah parsha, Parshat Beshalach. In this video Meir Elkabas discusses how the Jews left Egypt and witnessed miracles like the splitting of the Red Sea, yet still they complained. What message does this have for us, today?
Parashah: Exodus 6:2-9:35 Haftarah: Ezekiel 28:25-29:21
Texts: Exodus 6:2-9:35 || Ezekiel 28:25-29:21 NOTE: Kol HaTor, in its commentaries on the weekly Parashot, endeavours to search for and accentuate the Torah Messages contained in the Parashot as applicable to the main Theme of Tanach of the Return of the House of Israel, i.e. the Lost Ten Tribes of Northern Israel and their […]
Moshe Rebbeinu did the right thing yet struggled again and again. He needed to harness the powers of his emunah, faith, in order to accept and move forward. In our own lives, we too have to have emunah as we face the hard. Hear this great message from Meir Elkabas: