Bechukosai - toiling in Torah: Weekly Insights with Rabbi Lankry
Bechukosai: How to get places in life - Learning how to do what gotta get done even when your not in the mood... Is what moves us forward. Rabbi Shimon Semp, Monsey, NY
Rabbi Benny's Hilarious Torah Thought - The One With the Ferrari - Bechukotai. If the Torah demands a spiritually elevated lifestyle, then why does G-d promise all sorts of physical rewards and benefits for diligent Torah study? In this hilarious sketch, discover how G-d expects one to study Torah, allowing its influence and lessons to permeate one's entire being, even down to his physical, day to day living. The lesson is shared by Rabbi Benny in a light, fun and exciting way and we're sure you're going to love it. Send in your contribution and encouragement via www.rabbibenny.com
Rabbi Aryeh Royde - Parshas Bechukosai
Rabbi Minkowicz Weekly Torah Lesson Parshas Bechukosai 5776 - This week the Rabbi answers the question: "How do you know when your really Happy?"
Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz - Weekly Torah Portion: Bechukotai - The Uniqueness of Torah Study - Why is there such tremendous emphasis on Torah study in Judaism? What is the meaning of the rebuke mentioned in Parshat Bechukotai? Rabbi Breitowitz delivers remarkable insights to the Parsha.
Rabbi Leibl Wolf - Unreasonable Favors
*Previously noted there are three types of Jewish instructions: Chukkim, Eidot, Mishpatim
*Eidot and Mishpatim have reasons, rationales, intentions. Chukim don't.
*Same in life: we do people favors which we think are reasonable.
*But the test of a relationship is to do meet an unreasonable request. When you trust the other, then you do it despite its apparent non rationality. Chukim are the same vis a vis G-d.
Rabbi Shimon Hecht's Message for The Week of Bechukotai
Video Vort: Parshat Bechukotai with Rabbi Yaakov Frankiel from the YU Torah Mitzion Kollel of Chicago.
Rabbi Mendel Feigenson Chabad of Sugar Land, Missouri City, TX.
Bechukosai: When the Pnei Menachem was Jealous - Rabbi Shimon Semp, Monsey, NY
Bechukosai: Torah isn't just a set of books - Rabbi Shimon Semp, Monsey, NY
Bechukosai: Hope for the 'Orthoprax' - Rabbi Shimon Semp, Monsey, NY