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  1. Sipur Shel Chag Lag B’omer/Shevous-סיפור של חג - שבועות ל"ג בעומר Sipur Shel Chag Lag B’omer/Shevous-סיפור של חג - שבועות ל"ג בעומר

    Sipur Shel Chag Lag B’omer/Shevous-סיפור של חג - שבועות ל"ג בעומר

    Sipur Shel Chag Lag B’omer/Shevous-סיפור של חג - שבועות ל"ג בעומר סיפורים מובחרים על רבותינו נשיאנו מליובאוויטש, על חסידים ושליחויות מופלאות שארעו בל"ג בעומר ובחג השבועות Learn More
  2. Tikkun Leil Shavuos-תיקון ליל שבועות Tikkun Leil Shavuos-תיקון ליל שבועות

    Tikkun Leil Shavuos-תיקון ליל שבועות

    Tikun Leil Shavuos-תיקון ליל שבועות "תיקון ליל שבועות חב"ד" הכולל בתוכו את כל מנהגי חב"ד שיחות קודש וסיפורים מיוחדים לחג. כמו"כ בתחילת התיקון מופיע מבוא נרחב על מהותו של התיקון וקדושתו. Learn More
  3. Tikun Leil Shavuos - תיקון ליל שבועות Tikun Leil Shavuos - תיקון ליל שבועות

    Tikun Leil Shavuos - תיקון ליל שבועות

    Tikun Leil Shavuos - תיקון ליל שבועות The Tikun, customarily read during the first night of Shavuot festival, has been freshly printed in a new clear type-face with many corrections. Also included in this handsomely bound edition is a collection of Chabad customs related to the month of Sivan and Shavuot -part of the Otzar Minhagei Chabad series. Learn More
  4. Vedibarta Bam Shavuot & Megillat Ruth Vedibarta Bam Shavuot & Megillat Ruth

    Vedibarta Bam Shavuot & Megillat Ruth

    Vedibarta Bam Shavuot & Megillat Ruth A compilation of selected Torah insights, thought-provoking ideas, homilies, and explanations on Shavuot. The question and answer format of the Vedibarta Bam series makes it ideal for both students and teachers. The novice will be challenged by thought-provoking insights and advanced students will enjoy refreshing insights and a unique approach. A wonderful resource for sermon material. Learn More
  5. Complete Story Of Shavuot Complete Story Of Shavuot

    Complete Story Of Shavuot

    Complete Story Of Shavuos Shavuot celebrates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai as well as the offering of the first fruits in Jerusalem. The Megillah of Ruth is read in the synagogue, as well as special poems called Akdamot. It`s all here, plus a beautiful color pull-out chart of Torah and Tradition and much more. Learn More
  6. Let My Nation Serve Me Let My Nation Serve Me

    Let My Nation Serve Me

    Let My Nation Serve Me Marching to Sinai to Receive the Torah Let My Nation Serve Me recounts the most important episode in Jewish history: the drama and exhilaration of Mattan Torah come alive, drawing us to Mount Sinai where we can visualize Moshe, Aharon, Miriam, and other Biblical figures as though they stood before us. Basing his narrative on the Talmud, midrashim and commentaries, the author weaves a vivid tapestry that portrays the Jews' desert life and the singular event of Revelation as never before. We view the Sea of Reeds in its eerie calm, the day after the drowning of the Egyptian army; experience the bloodthirsty attack of Amalek; see the Heavenly tumult and hear the Ten Commandments; despair as the Golden Calf rises to ensnare the Jewish people in sin; and finally, relive unbounded joy and thankfulness when Divine forgiveness gives us back the Tablets of the Law, our lives and our future as His People. This is more than a story. Let My Nation Serve Me is a trip back in time, when the Jewish nation was forged in the desert -- and we are there. Based on Talmudic and Midrashic sources. Learn More
  7. Shavuos: Its Observance, Laws, And Significance Shavuos: Its Observance, Laws, And Significance

    Shavuos: Its Observance, Laws, And Significance

    Shavuos: Its Observance, Laws, And Significance A presentation based on Talmudic and traditional sources. “If not for this day, there would be countless insignificant Josephs in the marketplace.” So said one of the greatest Josephs, one of the major rabbis of the Talmud. Which day? Shavuos -- the day when Israel stood at Sinai and heard the Ten Commandments being pronounced by their Giver. Shavuos was the day when Israel became a people in the fullest sense, and it still is, because it is our annual day of rededication to the principles that shaped us. This book takes us back to those thrilling days at Sinai, as we watched Moses disappear up the mountainside and return with the Divine invitation to accept the Torah -- to which we answered, “We will do and we will hear!” It leads us through centuries of history and tradition, custom and ritual, teachers and students, challenge and triumph. Sefiras HaOmer -- the days of counting toward the climactic event; Lag B’Omer -- the day of respite from tragedy, of a suspended sunset, and delirious joy; Shavuos re-enacted, generation after generation. It’s all here. This book is filled with insights that will shed light on familiar observances. And its stories are a revelation in themselves -- including the one that brought a Jew back to his roots during the Gulf War. Special features of this volume are the Book of Ruth, with the famous ArtScroll translation and marginal notes, and an Overview that sheds light on the deeper perspectives of the festival and what it represents. This is a book that is valuable and enlightening, that adds depth to the day when our Torah was given. Learn More
  8. Shavuos Secrets Shavuos Secrets

    Shavuos Secrets

    Shavuos Secrets What special name is assigned to the Shabbos before Shavuos? What lesson do we derive from the custom of eating dairy foods on Shavuos? Why is it critical to remember the Giving of the Torah every day of the year? Why do we read Megillas Rus on the second day of Shavuos? Of the three major festivals, Shavuos is distinctly different. It is different in duration-just one day of celebration, instead of seven. It is different in action-no specific mitzvos are associated with this day. Most significant of all, it is different in purpose. For while Pesach and Succos recall the past, celebrating the Exodus and Hashem's special care of His people, Shavuos celebrates an ongoing event: the receiving of the Torah. For as our sages tell us, the Torah should always seem new to us-as if we received it afresh every single day. And while Shavuos may not have a specific mitzvh associated with it, it is rich in a variety of customs. Dairy foods, learning through the night, decorating with flower and greenery-Shavuos is marked by customs as no holiday is. The minhagei Yisrael, the customs of our ancestors, are not to be trivialized. Shavuos teaches us the importance of keeping every detail of our mesorah. As the Rambam tells us in Igerres Taimon, it is vitally important to remember the great event of the Giving of the Torah-and to vividly relate this event to our children. For it is fundamental to our faith! It is a mitzvah to recall this event on Shavuos-and on every single day of the year. Shavuos Secrets is an essential tool in this task. Discover the Yom Tov of Shavuos, and celebrate anew the Giving of the Torah. Over 100 Amazing full-color photos! Learn More

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