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What Happened To Avraham Avinu?

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Do the Right Thing

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

The Hero

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Man Of The World

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Walking Into The Wilderness

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Relating to the World

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Beginnings Part 4

A deeper look at the development of the family of man
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 46.9 megabytes | 01:08:22

Kedushas Shabbos Part 97 - Bigdei Shabbos

Why was Lot so important to Avraham Avinu? Who or What does Lot represent? And, why does Avraham Avinu go to such amazing lengths to save him and then return him to Sodom? Rav. Haber presents a very deep and extensive explanation, quoting from Parashat Lech Lecha, in which he answers this question and relates it to the Mashiach.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 35 megabytes | 00:50:59

Going It All Alone

Living with truth requires the ability to experience a profound sense of loneliness.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Birchas Baal Habayis - Blessing The Host

In this article we will discuss an oft overlooked section of the Grace after Meals, where we bless our hosts with a special benediction during Birkas Hamazon
Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Haber

Own It

Rabbi Sender Haber

Who Won?

Rabbi Sender Haber

When Different Isn’t Done

Rabbi Sender Haber

Soul Sacrifice

Avrohom lived for his relationship with G-d. He yearned for His word and to walk in His path and to constantly grow in the presence of Hashem. His relationship with Lot somehow did not allow for all that, so – get rid of him!
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Am Ha’aretz

Rabbi Sender Haber

Abrahams Heroism (Gevurah)

The following drasha was given at the Saranac Synagogue in Buffalo on Shabbat Lech Lecha 5747 (1986), and transcribed from memory by Jeffery Zucker.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Noah and Abraham

TorahLab

Selling Torah

The following drasha was given at the Saranac Synagogue in Buffalo on Shabbat Lech Lecha by Rabbi Yaacov Haber, and transcribed from memory by David Sher.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Abraham’s Message

The following drasha was given at the Saranac Synagogue in Buffalo on Shabbat Lech Lecha 5749 (1988), and transcribed from memory by Jeffery Zucker.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

A Thought for the Week

Lech Lecha 1999
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

A Thought for the Week

Parshas Lech Lecha 5761 / 2000
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

A Thought for the Week

Lech Lecha 2001
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

The Journey Inward

TorahLab

Chesed - Changing the World (2003)

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