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  1. Sefer Zera Shimshon Vayikra
    The sefer whose segulah captivated Klal Yisrael:

    The Zera Shimshon's Commentary on Chumash, translated and elucidated

    The Zera Shimshon on Chumash includes:

    • The full text of the Zera Shimshon's commentary on Chumash, fully vowelized (menukad)

    • An elucidated translation designed to help the reader follow the Zera Shimshon's often-complex ideas.
    • An Introduction to each derush, with explanations to enhance our understanding of the Zera Shimshon’s commentary.
    • Explanatory notes that offer more important background material.


    Rav Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, a renowned 18th century Italian rav and talmid chacham, is the author of the Zera Shimshon commentary. In his famous Introduction, he speaks about the loss of his only son, and promises great blessings to those who will learn his commentary. People all over the globe have attested to the power of the "segulah" of the Zera Shimshon. Learn More

  2. Zera Shimshon, Bereishis #4 Mikeitz - Vayechi

    The sefer whose segulah captivated Klal Yisrael:

    The Zera Shimshon's Commentary on Chumash, translated and elucidated

    The Zera Shimshon on Chumash includes:

    • The full text of the Zera Shimshon's commentary on Chumash, fully vowelized (menukad)

    • An elucidated translation designed to help the reader follow the Zera Shimshon's often-complex ideas.
    • An Introduction to each derush, with explanations to enhance our understanding of the Zera Shimshon’s commentary.
    • Explanatory notes that offer more important background material.


    Rav Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, a renowned 18th century Italian rav and talmid chacham, is the author of the Zera Shimshon commentary. In his famous Introduction, he speaks about the loss of his only son, and promises great blessings to those who will learn his commentary. People all over the globe have attested to the power of the "segulah" of the Zera Shimshon.

     

    "...the person who learns the commentary, will sit at his table surrounded by his children and family; beautiful blessings, all given wholeheartedly to the person who studies this work. A house filled with everything good.... The blessings will begin in this world and carry on in the world to come..... “ from the author's Introduction to Zera Shimshon Learn More

  3. Zera Shimshon, Bereishis #3 Vayeitzei - Vayeishev

    The sefer whose segulah captivated Klal Yisrael:

    The Zera Shimshon's Commentary on Chumash, translated and elucidated

    The Zera Shimshon on Chumash includes:

    • The full text of the Zera Shimshon's commentary on Chumash, fully vowelized (menukad)

    • An elucidated translation designed to help the reader follow the Zera Shimshon's often-complex ideas.
    • An Introduction to each derush, with explanations to enhance our understanding of the Zera Shimshon’s commentary.
    • Explanatory notes that offer more important background material.
    • Rav Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, a renowned 18th century Italian rav and talmid chacham, is the author of the Zera Shimshon commentary. In his famous Introduction, he speaks about the loss of his only son, and promises great blessings to those who will learn his commentary. People all over the globe have attested to the power of the "segulah" of the Zera Shimshon....the person who learns the commentary, will sit at his table surrounded by his children and family; beautiful blessings, all given wholeheartedly to the person who studies this work. A house filled with everything good.... The blessings will begin in this world and carry on in the world to come..... “ from the author's Introduction to Zera Shimshon Learn More
  4. Sefer Zera Shimshon, Devarim

    The sefer whose segulah captivated Klal Yisrael:

    The Zera Shimshon's Commentary on Chumash, translated and elucidated

    The Zera Shimshon on Chumash includes:

    • The full text of the Zera Shimshon's commentary on Chumash, fully vowelized (menukad)

    • An elucidated translation designed to help the reader follow the Zera Shimshon's often-complex ideas.
    • An Introduction to each derush, with explanations to enhance our understanding of the Zera Shimshon’s commentary.
    • Explanatory notes that offer more important background material.


    Rav Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, a renowned 18th century Italian rav and talmid chacham, is the author of the Zera Shimshon commentary. In his famous Introduction, he speaks about the loss of his only son, and promises great blessings to those who will learn his commentary. People all over the globe have attested to the power of the "segulah" of the Zera Shimshon. Learn More

  5. Zera Shimshon, Shemos #2: Beshalach-Yisro / Pesach Haggadah

    The sefer whose segulah captivated Klal Yisrael:

    The Zera Shimshon's Commentary on Chumash, translated and elucidated

    The Zera Shimshon on Chumash includes:

    • The full text of the Zera Shimshon's commentary on Chumash, fully vowelized (menukad)

    • An elucidated translation designed to help the reader follow the Zera Shimshon's often-complex ideas.
    • An Introduction to each derush, with explanations to enhance our understanding of the Zera Shimshon’s commentary.
    • Explanatory notes that offer more important background material.


    Rav Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, a renowned 18th century Italian rav and talmid chacham, is the author of the Zera Shimshon commentary. In his famous Introduction, he speaks about the loss of his only son, and promises great blessings to those who will learn his commentary. People all over the globe have attested to the power of the "segulah" of the Zera Shimshon.

     

    "...the person who learns the commentary, will sit at his table surrounded by his children and family; beautiful blessings, all given wholeheartedly to the person who studies this work. A house filled with everything good.... The blessings will begin in this world and carry on in the world to come..... “ from the author's Introduction to Zera Shimshon Learn More

  6. Zera Shimshon, Shemos #1: Shemos - Bo

    The sefer whose segulah captivated Klal Yisrael:

    The Zera Shimshon's Commentary on Chumash, translated and elucidated

    The Zera Shimshon on Chumash includes:

    • The full text of the Zera Shimshon's commentary on Chumash, fully vowelized (menukad)

    • An elucidated translation designed to help the reader follow the Zera Shimshon's often-complex ideas.
    • An Introduction to each derush, with explanations to enhance our understanding of the Zera Shimshon’s commentary.
    • Explanatory notes that offer more important background material.


    Rav Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, a renowned 18th century Italian rav and talmid chacham, is the author of the Zera Shimshon commentary. In his famous Introduction, he speaks about the loss of his only son, and promises great blessings to those who will learn his commentary. People all over the globe have attested to the power of the "segulah" of the Zera Shimshon.

     

    "...the person who learns the commentary, will sit at his table surrounded by his children and family; beautiful blessings, all given wholeheartedly to the person who studies this work. A house filled with everything good.... The blessings will begin in this world and carry on in the world to come..... “ from the author's Introduction to Zera Shimshon Learn More

  7. My Parshah

    You already know the basic stories of the parshah, now you can live with it!

    My Parshah contains Stories, Chazals, Tidbits, Insights and more, conveying relevant, powerful, uplifting messages and life-lessons from every parshah and Yomtov.

    Plus tons of BONUS information, including:

    • List of all the mitzvos in each parshah
    • Overview and connection of each Haftorah
    • Halachah connected to each parshah
    • Maps & Timelines of the main events in the Torah Learn More
  8. Lightpoints from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on the weekly Torah portion
    Lightpoints is a collection of uplifting, authentic and concise insights from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on the Torah. These meticulously selected insights, many adapted here into English for the first time, were originally published indivually each weekday in print and email, and enthusiastically received by thousands of people from all segments of the international Jewish community.

    This collection aims to provide the English-speaking community with a taste of the Rebbe's vast contributions to Jewish scholarship. Some Lightpoints focus more on the Torah and its commentaries; others highlight the relevance of the Torah's lessons in our day and age. As their name indicates, the Lightpoints are intended to be short and easy to read, but more importantly, they are points of light to illuminate our perspective on the Torah, and direct us along the Torah's path of truth and holiness that guides our lives. Learn More

  9. The Weekly Parashah, Sefer Bamidbar, An illustrated Chumas with Midrash
    A Unique Way to Instill a Love of Torah into our Children!

    This unique narrative retelling of the Chumash is designed to engage readers ages 8 and up, and to connect them in a deep and meaningful way to the Torah. Written by an educator with decades of experience, it will instill in the heart of young people a love for Torah and a commitment to Jewish tradition and values.

    Based on the Chumash text, classic commentators, and the Midrash, The Weekly Parashah features age-appropriate text and graphics, gorgeous illustrations, and dozens of short sidebars that enhance the reading experience. A special section in the back lists the hundreds of sources, making it a fantastic resource for parents and educators.

    In addition to a full narrative of the parashah, The Weekly Parashah includes:

    -Parashah Pointers: A quick review of what's in the parashah
    -Fascinating Facts: All kinds of really interesting facts
    Questions Anyone? : -Thought-provoking questions and satisfying answers
    -Torah in our Lives: Connecting the Torah's teachings to our children's lives
    -Who's Who in the Parashah: A fascinating look at some of the people in the Torah Learn More

  10. Chumash with the Teachings of the Talmud, #4 Sefer Bamidbar
    A brand-new resource that will change the way you understand Chumash.

    The Oral Torah is based on the Written Torah, and it often cites verses from the Chumash. In this unique Chumash commentary, the original text of the Oral Torah and an easy-to-follow explanation appear with the verse that was cited in the Mishnah or Talmud. Here, we can see what the Oral Torah had to say about the Chumash verses, profoundly enriching our understanding of the Chumash itself.

    The Milstein Edition Chumash with the Teachings of the Talmud includes:

    • Hebrew text of the Chumash with a flowing English translation
    • Rashi and Onkelos, fully vowelized
    • The text of Mishnah, Talmuds Bavli and Yerushalmi, or Mesechtos Ketanos that mentions the verse, in the original Hebrew or Aramaic
    • An easy-to-read narrative adaptation of the text of the Oral Torah, explaining what the Sages say
    • When a verse is the source of one of the 613 mitzvahs, a citation from the Sefer HaChinuch (Book of Mitzvos) Learn More

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