Shlach – Power of trust

Did the spies really look like grasshoppers in the eyes of the giants? Why did Hashem allow the negative desire of the spies – to prevent the Jewish people from entering Israel – to be fulfilled? Why would Hashem listen to a prayer for the death of the Kohen Gadol? Why would Hashem listen to the prayer of those who were rebelling against Moshe? What is the incredible power of Bitachon-trust and the Law of Attraction?

Find out in this week’s Parsha Podcast.

Running time: 23:00


  1. Anonymous on January 6, 2012 at 12:17 pm

    O. Beautiful. Thank you.

  2. Ari Goldwag on January 6, 2012 at 12:17 pm

    Once we admit that our lives are not in our control, and exclusively in Hashem's, then we can trust Him to provide for all our needs, to guide us and plant in our minds those things we need to do to succeed.

  3. Anonymous on January 6, 2012 at 12:17 pm

    Need some clarifying. Last weeks podcast boiled down to the fact that we don't have any control over what happens in our lives. Someone that really internalizes this will prob reach a point, that they are not thinking of the past or future at all. Instead they almost have a blank mind, living solely in the present with no worries because they are leaving every moment of their life, ut to the One above, and it will all turn out for their best. Whereas this weeks podcast is a completely different road. Or that's what it seems to me. this approach/road would be for us to live a life having trust in G-d that He'll do what we desire as long as we have trust in Him and realize that everything is His doing and He can do anything.
    How do these roads cross/merge?

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