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Yom KippurSep 23 2014

Yom Kippur

Repentance, Prayer, and Charity

While we remain confident in our eternal standing in the merit of our Master Yeshua and in his virtue and faithfulness, it is essential that we remain vigilant with our lives, seeking to be written in the Book of Life.

While we remain confident in our eternal standing in the merit of our Master Yeshua and in his virtue and faithfulness, it is essential that we remain vigilant with our lives, seeking to be written in the Book of Life.

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Repentance, Prayer, and Charity

| By Aaron Eby

While we remain confident in our eternal standing in the merit of our Master Yeshua and in his virtue and faithfulness, it is essential that we remain vigilant with our lives, seeking to be written in the Book of Life.

charity, prayer, repentance, Rosh Hashana, teshuvah, tzedakah, Unetanneh Tokef, Yom Kippur

The Seven Species in the Land of Israel

| By Aaron Eby

Why does the Torah single out seven species? After all, the land of Israel produced many other foods: lentils and beans, herbs of various kinds, onions, melons, and carobs, just to name a few.

Birkat HaMazon, food, species, thanksgiving

The Morning Without Clouds

| By Boaz Michael

Christians know the Messiah by many names, such as Immanuel, Lamb of God, and Prince of Peace. In our Jewish tradition, the Messiah is called by many other vivid and fascinating names.

king, kingdom, Messiah, names, rulership

Messiah's Festival: The Last Day of Passover

| By Jordan Levy

Passover is the season of our redemption, and it is ripe with Messianic imagery. The most well-known Passover custom is the seder that we observe on the first night. But there is also another lesser-known festival.

exodus, matzah, meal of Messiah, passover, pesach