Joseph Shulam

Joseph Shulam
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God hears the prayers of the righteous

Joseph writes, "Don’t limit yourself in prayer even if you are a sinner and don’t take your privilege to talk to the Father in your favor and in favor of others, some of whom you don’t even know in person."

Commentary on Parashat Shemini

Joseph writes, "There is a second story in chapter 10 of Leviticus. Yes, Nadab and Abihu sinned with the strange fire, but their other two brothers Eleazar and Ithamar who were also priests and sons of Aaron sinned in a much more serious way and yet nothing happened to them."
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VIDEO: Dinner party parables

Joseph continues his teachings on the parables of Jesus from a Jewish first century perspective. This is part 15, dinner party parables.

Torah reading for Shabbat HaGadol (The Great Sabbath)

Joseph writes, "According to tradition, Elijah has a primary role in the Messianic age, for this reason just on the Sabbath before the deliverance from Egypt we call is: Shabbat HaGadol, the Great Sabbath, remembering the text of Malachi and the promise of God for the ultimate salvation and redemption of the whole World."

Commentary on Parashat Vayikra

Joseph writes, "What was special about Israel is that God gave very specific and clear and extensive rules and regulations for each sacrifice. Contrary to the other nations the God of Israel did not order the sacrifices because He needed the meat or the gifts or the appeasement from His anger by sacrifices."
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VIDEO: The parable of the olive trees (Part 4 of 4)

Joseph continues his teachings on the parables of Jesus from a Jewish first century perspective. This is part 14, the parable of the olive trees (in 4 parts).
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VIDEO: Parashat VaYekhal Pikudey

A commentary on the weekly Torah portion.
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VIDEO: The parable of the olive trees (Part 3 of 4)

Joseph continues his teachings on the parables of Jesus from a Jewish first century perspective. This is part 13, the parable of the olive trees (in 4 parts).

Commentary on Parashat Ki Tisa

Joseph writes, "The children of Israel were down at the foot of the mountain – prepared to receive the Torah – cleansed, and impatient and they ask Aaron to give them a god that will walk before them and lead them to the promised land and out of the desert."

Purim feast and Shabbat Zachor (Remember)

Joseph writes, "There are things that are not worth remembering and it is better to forget them. However, there are things that must be remembered because those who don’t remember are doomed to repeat them."

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