Beshalach 5781: Seeing is believing

Posted by Mike Feuer on January 25, 2021
Topics: Pardes from Jerusalem, Torah, Shemot (Exodus), Beshalach

The portion of Beshalach contains events of truly biblical proportions, and between the crossing of the Red Sea and the song which Israel sang on the other side there lies an important lesson. This podcast explores what the parasha can teach us about seeing, fear and faith and how the lessons of the Red Sea may be relevant today.

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Sources include Shemot 14:30-31, Shemot 14:10-13

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About Mike Feuer

Mike teaches Hasidut, Rav Kook, Halakhah at Pardes. He has learned Torah in a number of Jerusalem area institutions, including Yeshivat HaMivtar, the Mir Yeshiva and Sulam Yaakov. He received smicha (rabbinic ordination) from Sulam Yaakov in conjunction with completing the Israeli Rabbinate’s laws of kashrut certification. You can find books written by Mike by clicking here Rav Mike is creating a wondering Jewish history podcast. To learn more on how you can support his podcast please visit Michael Feuer on Patreon. Mike also has been active in Jewish education, formal and informal, for many years. To learn more about his experiences visit the Pardes website to read more.

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