Parsha Podcasts: Ki Savo

Anash.org is pleased to bring you a curated selection of audio shiurim on Parshas Ki Savo.

The lesson Bikurim Teaches Us

Listen to a short lesson learn a Mitzvah taught in our Parsha, delivered by Rabbi Immanuel Schochet A”H.

[Credit: Chabad.org]

Yud Gimmel Midos Without a Minyan

A primary part of Selichos is the recitation of the Yud Gimel Midos Horachamim (Hashem Hashem Keil Rachum etc.). In connection with Shabos selichos, we bring you a summery of the relevant halochos concerning the recitation of the Yud Gimel Midos, delivered by Rabbi Yaakov Goldstein of ShulchanAruchHarav.com.

Click here for a written summary of this including sources.

[Credit: ShulchanAruchHarav.com]

Celebrating Together

This week’s Parsha discusses the Mitzva of Bikurim, and we are taught that Bikurim were brought only after all of the Yidden had completely settled in Eretz Yisroel

Listen to a summary of a Sicha on this topic, delivered in Yiddish by Reb Yoel Kahn. To see a video of the shiur click here.

[Credit: MerkazAnash.com]

All for the Good

In this week’s parshah the Torah lists the klolos (curses) that will befall those who don’t listen to Hashem’s Mitzvos.

Chassidus explains that these “curses” are actually great blessings. 

Listen to an explanation on this, delivered by Rabbi Berel Bell, rov of Anash Montreal.

[Credit: Chabad.org]

Harav Levi Yitzchak on the importance of Sholom (New)

As we approach Shabos Slichos and Rosh Hashono and ask Hashem for His Brochos, we need to remember that sholom and achdus are the “vessels” for those blessings.

Listen to a short vort from the Rebbe’s father that emphasizes the importance of sholom, delivered by Rabbi Moshe Gourarie, an editor of Chassidus Mevueres on Tanya.

Bikurim in Detail

An in depth shiur on the details of the mitzva of bikurim, based on Rashi, Taz (with commentary from a sicha the Rebbe), E. Ezra, Tur, Alshich and more. 

Delivered by renowned lecturer Rabbi Yossi Paltiel.

[Credit: InsideChassidus.org]

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