Tag archive

Religious Text – Judaism - page 11

Placeholder
Posted on in Uncategorized

A warning to Israel’s enemies

A warning to the enemies of Israel: do not have illusions that you can destroy Israel. The judgement of the G–d of Israel, as He warned you, is prophecied: “For the day of the Lord is near upon all the nations. As you have done, it shall be done to you; your reward shall return… Keep Reading

Placeholder
Posted on in Uncategorized

The Death of the Living Dead

by Rabbi Chaim Richman: The Talmud teaches: “The righteous are called ‘alive,’ even in death. But the wicked are dead even while they are alive.” This unique perspective lends a new understanding to events of the past week. Yasser Arafat, the godfather of terrorism, is dead. The death announcement that was read in the chamber… Keep Reading

Placeholder
Posted on in Uncategorized

Perek Shirah

Folks, I’ve just discovered Perek Shirah and I’m already so thrilled although I don’t know much about it. Perek Shirah is an ancient, sacred work that has become increasingly popular in recent years. Some sources ascribe it to King David, who was inspired to compose it after being told by a frog, as it were,… Keep Reading

Placeholder
Posted on in Uncategorized

Between Destruction and Redemption

by Rabbi Chaim Richman, Sent with Blessings of Consolation and Rebuilding: This month, the Hebrew month of Menachem Av, literally means “a consoling father.” It is a microcosm of the cycle of destruction and redemption. This past week, we observed the Fast of Tisha B’Av, (the 9th day of Av) marking 1,934 years since the… Keep Reading

Go to Top