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Terumah Audio Classes

Parshah Insight: Terumah
A five minute weekly Torah insight based on the wellsprings of Torah and Chassidut.
Terumah - The Spiritual Sanctuary
G-d commands the Jewish people in this week's Torah portion to build Him a sanctuary. It starts out as the Mishkan and develops into the first and second and soon to be third Temple in Jerusalem. Why is it that from all the commandments, this one has such an evolution and change from the original commandment?
Torah Gems - Parshah Terumah
Experience the gems of the Parshah with the classic commentaries, and a kabbalistic twist.
Parshah Thought: Terumah
A five minute weekly Torah thought based on the teachings of Chassidut.
G-d’s Sanctuary – Our Life Mission
The divine instruction to construct the Tabernacle is a blueprint for spiritualizing the material world.
Terumah – A Holy Utensil
The mishkan – the holy sanctuary – contained various sacred articles, but chief amongst them is the Holy Ark containing the two tablets. Join us as we probe the depth of this holy vessel.
M-Cast: Terumah
Audio | 5:29
M-Cast: Terumah
Welcome to M-Cast, where we take a look at topics in the weekly Torah portion and see how it relates to the coming of Moshiach.
Basic Parsha - Terumah
An overview of the weekly Parsha, through the eyes of the many commentators, enriching your understanding of how our great history unfolded.
Terumah - In Depth
Audio | 26:19
Terumah - In Depth
An in depth look at the weekly Parsha based on the talks of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
The Chassidic Dimension - Terumah
An in depth presentation of Chassidic teachings on the weekly Parshah.
Terumah
An advanced presentation of Chassidic teachings on the Parshah.
Two Minute Rabbi: Terumah
A very short message on the parshah.
Chumash and Rashi: Terumah
Parshah with Rabbi Gordon
Parshah Class: Terumah
Get a detailed overview of the weekly Torah portion sewn together with keen insights and timely life messages.
Make Me a Sanctuary
Audio | 57:07
Make Me a Sanctuary
Practical Parshah—Terumah
Every synagogue is known as a “miniature sanctuary” (mikdash me’at). How does one show respect for a shul?
The Personal Parshah: Terumah
Who Feels at Home in My House? Look into your life and discover the Parsha within.
Does a Sinner Belong in G-d's Home?
A Taste of Text—Terumah
The Tabernacle was to be built by every man, woman and child. Even a Jew who may appear to be a sinner is still obligated and capable of building a dwelling for G‑d.
Transforming Falsehood
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Terumah
The Sanctuary that Moses built in the wilderness was constructed of a kind of pillar called a "keresh" (kuf, shin, reish.) These are the same letters as the world for falsehood "sheker" (shin, kuf, reish) and the word for connection "kesher" (kuf, shin, reish.) The purpose of the Sanctuary that each of us builds in our hearts is to take the falsehood of this world and change it into a pillar and a connection to G-d.
Idols in the Holy of Holies?
How to Study Torah - Terumah
What did the Ark in the Holy of Holies look like? The commentaries on the Torah discuss the design of the Ark and its unusual lid upon which were two golden Cherubs.
Parsha Gems: Terumah
Study some of the highlights of the weekly Torah portion with insights from various commentaries.
A Menorah of Fire
Audio | 29:54
A Menorah of Fire
Parshah Power - Terumah
In Exodus 25:31 G-d instructs Moses to construct, among the various vessels of the Temple, a Menorah of gold fashioned with intricate design work of cups, flowers and buttons. But Moses finds this too difficult….
The Benefit of Sacrifice
Life Lessons from Parshat Terumah
Following revelation at Sinai, the Jewish people were instructed to contribute and construct the Divine Sanctuary. What does it mean to make a home for G-d?
Parshah Insights: Terumah
Torah Interpretations of the Rebbe
Cedar Trees in a Desert?
Parshat Terumah
The primary material necessary for building the Divine Sanctuary was cedar wood. Now, since the Jews were journeying in a hostile desert, how could they possibly procure the required cedar wood, and in formidable quantity?! This class will solve the mystery, and in so doing will offer an inspirational message for our times. (Likutei Sichos vol. 31)
Chumash Classes: Terumah
The Ark That Indiana Jones Couldn’t Raid
The "Battery" of the Holy Temple
This class is all about the Holy Ark, which contained the “Ten Commandments”, and the Cherubim that were placed on top of it. Discover some incredible details about this most sacred Jewish artifact–including what its true function was (and is!), as well as where we believe it is presently hidden.
The Design of the Temple Menorah
Did the menorah have circular or straight branches?
The menorah is possibly the most popular Jewish symbol, yet there’s much confusion as to how it really looked.
The Shulchan and the Showbread
Channeling the Blessings of Prosperity
Little is known about the Shulchan (the Gold Table), which stood opposite the menorah in the Holy Temple. This class explores the function, significance, and symbolism of the Table and the Show-Bread.
The Secrets of a Successful Sanctuary
Parshah Curiosities: Terumah
The eternal divine commandment to build a holy “House for G-d” was initially fulfilled with the mobile Mishkan of Moses—though the ultimate perfection of this mitzvah was only reached by the historic Jerusalem Temples atop Mt. Mariah. Yet, surprisingly the temporary desert structure remains our supreme source. Discover the amazing little secret to the staying power of that humble desert sanctuary, which eclipses the more impressive later structures and teaches us all an important lesson.
Parshah Mnemonics: Terumah
Decoding the hidden messages
The parsha of Terumah contains 96 verses and the mnemonic are the words Ya’av (shovel) and Solu. Explore the coded message in the mnemonic and its connection to the general themes of the Parshah.
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