Israelite heritage isn’t a lie, but the rituals and beliefs of some of these groups are.
Hundreds of visitors to Jerusalem enhance their Israel experience with a tailor-made learning schedule – for an hour, a day, a week.Consider the following story: In the days of Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin, it occurred that a butcher was angry at the Rabbi of his city for rendering a decision that the meat of a cow he wanted to sell was not kosher.In his anger, he devised a scheme to murder the Rabbi.Get more info online at: com/elc/ For a place to stay, try the Heritage House Jewish Youth Hostel, located in the Old City of Jerusalem, close to the Western Wall.It's ideal for young Jewish men and women while touring Israel – and it's free!Rather, it is just a matter of how each person chooses to react to a given situation.
Today, think of a problematic aspect of your life, and then try to imagine how life would be different - not if the situation changed, but if your attitude changed. The Talmud teaches that "there is no free lunch." Anything of value comes with a price tag, and if something is given away free, we should suspect that it may be worthless.
Go to Yahrtzeit of Rabbi Eliyahu Eliezer Dessler (1892-1953), an influential philosopher and dean of students at the Ponovezh Yeshiva in Israel.
Rabbi Dessler was born in Lithuania and later moved to England, before finally settling in Israel.
The goal of this article is provide a solution for Christian wives whose husbands have veered off into Israelite hate groups. First of all, before we start, if there is consistent verbal and physical abuse, a wife should separate (1 Corinthians ).
The solution is submission and complete trust in God for your husband’s deliverance. Since the posting of the article Why I Can’t Join the Black Hebrew Israelites I’ve received numerous emails and comments regarding the division some of these Israelite religions are causing in marriages. Men doing such vile things to their wives are not born again, nor are they “men of God” (even if they claim to be the Most High’s chosen people).
With stories and insights, Rabbi Twerski's new book Twerski on Machzor makes Rosh Hashanah prayers more meaningful.