Rav Elchanan Samet
Teacher Title Abstract Course
Rav Elchanan Samet Shiur #93: The Storm Part 6: After Eliyahu's Ascent (continued) The Eliyahu Narratives
Rav Elchanan Samet Shiur #94: The Storm Part 7: Eliyahu Lives On The Eliyahu Narratives
Rav Elchanan Samet Shiur #95: The Storm Part 7: Eliyahu Lives On (Continued) The Eliyahu Narratives
Rav Elchanan Samet Shiur #96: The Storm Part 7: Eliyahu Lives On (Continued) The Eliyahu Narratives
Rav Elchanan Samet Shiur #97: The Storm Part 7: Eliyahu Lives On (Continued) The Eliyahu Narratives
Rav Elchanan Samet Shiur #98: The Storm, Part 7: Eliyahu Lives On (Continued) The Eliyahu Narratives
Rav Elchanan Samet Shiur #99: The Storm Part 7: Eliyahu Lives On (Continued) The Eliyahu Narratives
Rav Elchanan Samet Why Did Moshe Mislead Pharaoh? The Exodus and Moshe
Rav Elchanan Samet The Mitzva to Destroy Amalek and Our Moral Qualms The Meaning of Purim
Rav Elchanan Samet The "Lord is My Light and My Salvation" - Psalm 27 The Season of Repentance
Rav Elchanan Samet Rosh Hashana - "For God is king of all the earth" – Tehilim 47 – The Psalm of Shofar Blowing According to the prevailing custom, Tehilim 47 is recited prior to blowing the shofar on Rosh Hashana. The psalm is recited by the congregation seven consecutive times and with great fervor.
Rav Elchanan Samet Yom Kippur - “Out of the Depths Have I Called You” – Tehillim 130 Psalm 130, "A Song of Ascents. Out of the depths have I called you, O Lord," is connected according to the common practice to the days of Selichot and mercy. The Sefardi communities conclude with it their recitation of the Selichot in the month of Elul and in the Ten Days of Repentance, and according to the prevailing custom it is recited after the Yishtabach blessing during the Ten Days of Repentance, beginning on Rosh Hashana and until Yom Kippur.
Rav Elchanan Samet The Section Dealing with the Daily and Additional Offerings (28-29) as Part of the Parashot Dealing with the Mishkan in the Book of Bemidbar The section dealing with the daily and additional offerings (korbanot musaf) at the end of Parashat Pinchas gives rise to a question: Why was this section set in the book of Bemidbar, and why specifically in this place? The appearance of the section of the korbanot musaf in the latter part of the book of Bemidbar is puzzling, as this part of the book deals with what happened to the generation that would enter the land in the fortieth year of their wanderings in the wilderness. In this shiur, we will examine the perspective of the commentators who address this question, and we will offer our own suggestion.
Rav Elchanan Samet Divine Therapy at the Red Sea A close look at the dual structure of the story of the splitting of the sea reveals that the miracle had two purposes.

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