"And Cain Said to Hevel his Brother"A word to the wise.
For Haazinu: All His Ways Are JusticeJustice means mercy, but also retribution.
Dvar Torah on ShoftimWhat is the meaning of "You shall not leave a soul alive" in the portion.
Dvar Torah for DvarimThe nation never afterward experienced such intensive Torah-study as they did in these 40 years under the greatest teacher in history.
The Concepts of Neder and Shvua in the Week's ParshaWhat are these concepts and why are their details not elucidated in full in the Torah reading?
Dvar Torah on PinchasHow could the division of the land be done so as to avoid jealousy?
Dvar Torah for BalakThoughts of a Torah giant on the parsha.
Behaalotcha: The TrumpetsWhat do the trumpets accomplish more than prayer?
Naso: The SotahAllowing quarrels to heal in a marriage prevents the deterioration of a Sotah.
Dvar Torah for Bamidbar'Each man by his flag '(2,2)
Bechukotay: Punishment - for Whom?Who gets punished for evil person's sins?
Emor (Diaspora) - MourningWhat are the prohibited practices when in mourning - and why.
What Does Matzah Mean?A nation of Kohanim, priests, what does this signify?
The Holiness of the IsraelitesAnd he should take out the ash to the outside of the camp. (6:4)
So They DidAND ALL THE WORK OF THE MISHKAN TENT OF MEETING WAS COMPLETED; AND THE SONS OF ISRAEL DID ACCORDING TO ALL THAT HASHEM COMMANDED MOSHE, SO THEY DID. (39:32)
Ki Tisa: The Sabbath is a Sign"For it is a sign between Me and you for the genereations to know that I HaShem make you holy." (Exodus, 31:13)
Finding FavorAND IT SHALL BE ON HIS FOREHEAD ALWAYS FOR ACCEPTANCE FOR THEM BEFORE HASHEM. (28:38)
The Judgements That You Shall Put Before ThemWhy is the first civil law in Mishpatim about a Jewish servant?
The Torah Was a New BeginningEverything that went before, from the creation of the Universe down to that day, was but the preface to the giving of the Torah.
And the Darkness Could be FeltThe darkness is more than the physical absence of light.
The Sin of AngerNote the words to Simeon and Levi in this parsha and see how they were brought to be.
Prophecy and NationhoodWhy do the Patriarchs have so few prophecies while Isaiah and others have entire books?
Joseph the StrangerWhy did Joseph keep his identity from his brothers?
And Joseph DreamedSix dreams in the story of Joseph in Egypt. How did they merit them?
And Rachel and Joseph LastLeah must have been hurt, but her prayers are answered later.
A MIghty WrestlingWhat does "wrestling of G-d" mean?
And Esav Scorned the BirthrightScorning the birthright has deep repercussions.
Eliezer's LoyaltyWhat was going through the mind of Eliezer, the servant of Abraham, as he went to find a wife for Yitzchak?
Yitzchak's NameNo name in the Torah is without meaning, and surely of the Avos that is especially true. As Rabbi Avigdor Miller explains, the name of Yitzchak Avinu is laden with meaning.
Recognizing HashemRabbi Avigdor Miller explains why Abraham was chosen for some of the most important revelations that ever occurred.
G-d Loves Us as a Father Loves His ChildNew Year-Parsha message: Rabbi Avigdor Miller explains that Hashem *treats* Israel with the love and special consideration a father displays to his children. They must honor him as a Father.
Dvar Torah for NitzavimAnd Hashem your G-d Will Circumcise Your Heart.
Dvar Torah for Ki Tavo"Unto You they cried out and were rescuedf". Let us cry out today, now, without delay.
Rav Miller on the Rebellious SonIf a man have a son, stubborn and rebellious,...
Rav Avigdor Miller on the ParshaCharacter-traits deserve great reward, because they foster righteous intentions which would have been carried out had the circumstances permitted.
Rav Avigdor Miller on the ParshaSent to Arutz Sheva by Rabbi Avigdor Miller Simchas Hachaim Foundation, a project of Yeshiva Gedolah Bais Yisroel, which Rabbi Miller founded and authorized to disseminate his work/