Words of Torah
The Sabbath meal is an act of worship and a sacred ceremony. It is a perfect opportunity to inspire our family and guests and to encourage and enlighten one another with food for thought from the Scriptures. After sharing a brief morsel of biblical teaching at the table, the family and guests at our tables will feel inspired to do more, to think differently about things, and to engage in Torah study for themselves. Take a few minutes at your Sabbath meals to meditate on the beautiful words of Scripture, and let the Divine Presence fill your minds and hearts and homes.
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State of Israel has flourished and prospered, bringing the barren desert to full bloom. Nonetheless, the redemption is not yet. We still await the time when Yeshua our Messiah will arrive and Israel and all kingdoms will be subject to him.
Messianic Judaism in the Six-Day War
In Window on Mount Zion, Pauline Rose tells the story of how she saw her hope in the Bible’s prophecies vindicated. When the Six-Day War broke out, the Rose house fell into a war zone. This is the inspiring story of how one woman’s faith put her in the center of biblical prophecy.
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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.