Joy and Love, Part 1
Rabbi Joshua Brumbach draws from Paul Levertoff's chapter titled "Joy and Love" and contrasts the outcome of true joy versus self-righteousness. One brings closeness to God and redemption and one is idolatry and causes exile.
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Names of Messiah in Jewish Sources
An inspiring book that introduces the reader into the rich background and meaning behind the names of the Messiah. It is a beautifully designed and presented hardcover book containing some 101 names of Messiah, with extensive references to biblical and non-biblical sources.
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We mourned, but our mourning was not as intense as it could have been. Redemption is distant, but it is drawing near. As Jews, we can walk into our ancient city; we can go near to our ancient wall, we can see the Temple Mount, even if we can not easily access it. We can see that the situation has changed since Jeremiah’s day.