The Curses of Moses, Joshua, and Elijah

28 mag 2024 · 3 h 2 min. 45 sec.
The Curses of Moses, Joshua, and Elijah
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In Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi's lectures, various intriguing topics are explored, such as the significance of gatherings in preserving divine knowledge, the historical context behind multiple copies of Christian and Muslim...

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In Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi's lectures, various intriguing topics are explored, such as the significance of gatherings in preserving divine knowledge, the historical context behind multiple copies of Christian and Muslim Bibles, and the stance that gentiles do not need to convert to serve God. He also delves into the history and practices of Jewish cults, examines social behaviors like Israeli gangsters wearing kippot during trials, and discusses the motivations behind criticism of righteous individuals. The lecture covers biblical narratives like the rebellion of Korach against Moshe Rabeinu, questions about the duration of Hell's punishment, and insights into the functioning of the evil inclination. Practical advice on topics like the importance of concentration in performing mitzvot, the significance of wisdom channels (chochma, bina, daat), and the potential consequences of mistakes in crafting mezuza are also discussed. Additionally, Rabbi Mizrachi delves into contemporary issues such as the impact of corruption on technology development, the complexities of producing authentic Tefillin, and stories highlighting moral lessons and spiritual insights.
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Autore Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi הרב יוסף
Organizzazione Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi הרב יוסף
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