“For those who wish to bless the Jewish people by what they learn… and by how they live”

"Toda Rabah...! You bring great discussion to our Shabbat and weekly Torah study by highlighting many of the thematic connections we can learn, that deepen our understanding of Mashiach and our relationship to HaShem!"
Cairns, QL, Australia

"Thank you making your teachings available. Baruch Hashem, I have learned so much, and I am thankful for this ministry."

"Thank you for sharing! You opened wonderful treasures from Elohim's Word and Heart to me."

"We really enjoy each Shabbat's Torah teaching. We have learned so much and just keep on learning. We cannot believe how ignorant we have been. Thank you... for your humbleness and for sharing with us what you have learned from Torah."
Jeffreysbaai, South Africa

"THIS will blow the socks off of your 'traditional' depiction of Jesus."
Halstead, KS, USA

"I'm truly blessed by these lessons from a Jewish perspective."

"Every Saturday Sabbath we read the Torah portions then we listen to Jewish eyes after a prayer time. Makes our Sabbath complete. The only trouble we have, is that it ends so quickly. We learn so much and what it means to be truly grafted in. We cannot get enough of this teaching…"
Wells, Somerset, England

"Thank you so much for sharing this detailed study of Parasha Beshalach. This will make us more trustful and hold on to Hashem's Torah. Awesome.... may the God of Israel bless you always..."
Los Angeles, CA, USA

"Tremendously insightful and needed teaching as always. Thank you so much…"
Jerusalem, Israel

Problems Downloading Lessons?

It has come to our attention that Apple’s newest update of their “Safari” web browser won’t properly display the lesson download window. Previous versions of Safari still display the site as they used to.

We will be working with Apple to find the compatibility issue and resolve it. In the meantime, if you are experiencing this problem, we advise using an alternate web browser to download the lesson for viewing.

We have tested and found compatible the latest versions of
Google’s “Chrome”, Mozzila’s “Firefox” and Opera Software’s “Opera”. These browsers should be available for most desktop, laptop or mobile devices.
Like what you see?  Comment and share this video on your Facebook page:
This Week's Learning
Nov. 27 - Dec. 3, 2016 / 26 Cheshvan - 3 Kislev, 5777
“Tol’dot” (Generations)
Torah:  Genesis 25:19 - 28:9
Haftarah:  Malachi 1:1 - 2:7
To increase your understanding, please read the entire Torah portion before watching the video.
  • Birth of Ya’akov and Esau
  • Two Nations In the Womb
  • Blindness of the Fathers
  • The Hatred of Esau
  • What Does Edom Signify?

  • Blameless Through Faith
  • An Internal Struggle
  • Wheat and Tares
  • Who Are the Tares?
Stacks Image 19065
#6 of 54
Time: 1:26:50
Lesson PGM1606
Recorded 5767 / 2006
Never losing the emphasis on the Messianic character of the Torah, each year’s study reveals deeper and more significant insights into His person, His work and His words. Departing from a surface examination, more attention this year is paid to the Messiah’s adherence to and fulfillment of the Torah.

However, with a greater revelation of the character of G-d, comes the added responsibility of adapting our own lives in order to live His way. “Be holy, because I am holy” is a refrain often repeated throughout the pages of the Torah and our challenge is to constantly measure ourselves by comparing our conduct with His character, His nature and His ways.

Click here to view more learning from this series.
Stacks Image 19241
Stacks Image 19244
Stacks Image 191
Stacks Image 195
On a mobile device?
Click Here
Stacks Image 16519
Stacks Image 16523

Email Address*

First Name*

Last Name*



State / Province*

Zip / Postal Code*



Sample Lesson

Email Format

What Does This Mean?
This Hebrew text is pronounced, "b'ezrat
Hashem".  It means, "With the help of G-d".