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The Wisdom For The Existence Of The Jewish People

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The system created by our father Abraham constantly developed above the growing egoism in each of his students. They were called Hebrews (Ivrim), from the word “Ever,” “over” (passage).

A Hebrew is one who crosses the border of the egoism, of hatred, mutual rejection, and enters into the highest altruistic connection with people who have risen above their egos.

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Redemption Will Be Revealed In Unity

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Baal HaSulam, “The Inheritance of the Land:” Our sages said that Israel cannot be redeemed unless they are all one bundle.

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A Stammering Tongue

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An excerpt from "A Stammering Tongue." Language is “the method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way” (OED 2014). When we refer to speech, then it is “the expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds” (OED 2014). When we refer to writing, then it is “a sequence of letters, words, or symbols marked on a surface” (OED 2014).

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Sabbath Evening Service

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Contrary to the typical Sunday service observed in many congregations such as this, Messianic Jews celebrate the Sabbath in a manner that best reflects the cultural, biblical heritage that we have inherited. When compared to the typical Sunday service, Shabbat is a completely different experience that many just do not understand. Some might even reason that those who keep the Sabbath do so for all the wrong reasons!

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Heaven (Part II)

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Previously, we discussed how the international body of Messiah perceives heaven, the place where the Heavenly Father established His throne as well as the source wherewith He exercises His sovereign authority over the nations of the earth (for more information, see the study entitled Heaven).

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Sabbath Hope

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Aaliyah, a two years old child from South Africa, sits at her window sill waiting for daddy to come home. She tends to look out the window and see all the cars passing by; however, she recognizes daddy’s blue car as he pulls up the driveway, beeps his horn, wave at his daughter with a great big smile on his face, walks up the door and rings the doorbell. With a big happy smile on her face, Aaliyah says, “Daddy, daddy, daddy!” and runs to the door.

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The Kippah

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When it comes to answering cultural, biblical practices that many are unfamiliar with, it can be quite a headache. For some odd reason, the conversation changes from being able to provide a biblical explanation as to “Why do Jews wear the kippah?” to the petitioner’s desire for Jews to meet the social norms that they reason to be the more appropriate one without realizing that they’re infringing upon Jewish cultural values. I myself have been asked on numerous occasions about my kippah only to wind up in a very defensive disposition about it.

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The Trinitarian Doctrine

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An excerpt of an upcoming biblical research. Many find it difficult to define the Trinity, much less use Scriptures to present their case.

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Prayer

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Bible enthusiast from Perth, Western Australia asks, “How do Messianic Jews pray? How does it differ from the Evangelical Movement?” To Messianic Jews, prayer is not an act or a deed; it’s a lifestyle.         To Messianic Jews, prayer is not an act or a deed; it’s a lifestyle with a hopeful promise.

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The Dead Sea Is The Embodiment Of Malchut

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Question: According to Kabbalistic geography, does the Dead Sea symbolize Malchut?

Answer: The Dead Sea (in Hebrew, the Sea of Salt) is the lowest point on earth. It has to be salty since salt is the lowest, most essential, non-deteriorating food substance.

What do we consume in its natural form from nature? Water and salt. Water and salt are the material of the Dead Sea.

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