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Pray for Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz Following Stroke

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, described by Time magazine as a “once-in-a-millennium scholar,”[1] has suffered a stroke and is recovering at Shaarei Tzedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. Rabbi Steinsaltz, born in Jerusalem in 1937, is one of this generation’s greatest Torah teachers. Adin was not born into a religious […]

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It Won’t Be Cold Forever

It’s cold! Winter has arrived in Israel. I look out on my porch and I see the wind whipping the leaves on the trees. The apartment, with its northern exposure, is quite chilly. My toes are cold, my nose is cold, my fingers, as I type, are […]

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‘Pagan’ Customs and Holidays

Grasping hold of one’s Jewish roots is a wonderful thing. It is a beautiful feeling to learn about the biblical feasts, the Sabbath, and other Jewish practices that our Master embraced and taught. Our love for Yeshua makes these things precious to us. For disciples of Yeshua, […]

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