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  The uniqueness of Zot Chanukah  
By Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod
Update date: 12/16/2020, 11:11
Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod's weekly Torah lesson on Jewish Laws and customs is both timely and practical. Rabbi Elgrod draws from his vast knowledge of Torah and the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslev. Next lesson: The uniqueness of Zot Chanukah

  Zot Chanukah  
By Rabbi Nasan Maimon
Update date: 12/16/2020, 11:10
Rabbi Nasan Maimon speaks about the last day of Chanukah, Zot Chanukah

  Chanukah: Days of Gratitude  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 12/14/2020, 20:14
No part of the Torah, including all Jewish festivals and holidays, will ever become discontinued or nullified, for the Torah is eternal. If so, why did our Sages promise that the Chanukah will never be abolished?

  Chanuka: Then and Now  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 11/29/2020, 12:53
Why do we say in the "Al Hanissim" prayer during Chanuka, "In the days of old during this time." Why doesn't it say simply more specifically, "In the days of old during this time of the year." Are there still miracles today?

  Lighting Chanuka Candles (Part 1)  
By Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod
Update date: 12/12/2020, 20:15
Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod elaborates on the laws of lighting Chanuka candles.

  Chanuka: Miraculous Abundance  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 11/29/2020, 13:01
The Maccabees were part of the Hasmonean Dynasty, which came from the priestly tribe of the Cohanim. What is the meaning of "Hasmonean"? It's the secret of the miracle of Chanuka, and a way to invoke Divine abundance always…

  The First Candle  
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 12/19/2019, 16:05
Prep is key.

  Holiness and Hi-Tech  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 11/15/2020, 08:51
The Maccabees' battle against Hellenism and assimilation was not merely a historical event of 22 centuries ago. It's still going on today. Hellenism, with its quest for wisdom and beauty, is a magnet…

  Laws and Customs of Chanukah  
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 12/13/2020, 09:36
The Laws and Customs of Chanukah

  Lights of Gratitude  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 12/12/2020, 19:56
Rebbe Nachman of Breslev teaches us that the eight days of Chanukah are days of gratitude. Today's lesson shows how the lights of gratitude illuminate both our souls and the entire universe.

  Hallel on Chanuka  
By Rabbi Eliezer Savitsky
Update date: 12/14/2020, 20:13
Rabbi Eliezer Savitsky gives a lesson about saying Hallel on Chanuka. He also describes the relevance of Chanukah to our times. A MUST LSTEN!

  Emuna and Desire  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 11/28/2013, 16:10
Where did the Maccabees derive the strength to overcome such tremendously powerful adversaries, both within the Jewish people as well as the Greeks?

  How to Play the Dreydle  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 11/27/2013, 10:32
The Baal Shem Tov had a special way of playing the dreydle on Chanuka, whose secret is connected to Moshiach; this is the traditional Chassidic way of playing to this day…

  The Hellenists  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 11/23/2013, 19:51
This week's shiur prepares us for Chanuka. What's so special about the miracle of Chanuka? What's the relevance of Chanuka to today's Judaism?

  Chanukah - The Light of the Tzaddik  
By Rabbi Nasan Maimon
Update date: 12/12/2020, 19:59
The journey of Yosef – In order to carry on the legacy of Yaakov, Yosef had to deal with both his brothers and his struggle with the temptation of women. The oil and light of the menorah represents the tzaddik and his ability to reach all of Am Yisrael.

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