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Minchah Prayer 11-29-2017
“They had almost consumed me upon earth, but I forsook not Thy precepts.”* That nonproductive or hurtful word that almost passed our lips, That act of helpfulness or honesty...
Minchah Prayer 12-06-2017
A call has been made for today to be a day of fasting and prayer on behalf of the land and people of Israel. Water is in short supply. In the wilderness Moses spoke to the people....
Minchah Prayer 12-20-2017
Father, thank You for this bright and beautiful new day. May the desire and purpose of our thoughts and words and actions be for good . May they be...
Minchah Prayer 12-27-2017
Father, the world emerges from a set apart time of its own making in which You are to be honored. Songs were sung. Gifts were exchanged. Words of scripture were spoken. Fantasies were engaged in. ...
Mizrahi Nation by Matti Friedman
Featured Article        Long shut out of the country’s story, Middle Eastern Jews now make up half of Israel’s population, influencing its culture in surprising ways. Who are they?...
Palestine: The Psychotic Stage by Bret Stephens WSJ
      By Bret Stephens WSJ      The truth about why Palestinians have been seized by their present blood lust. If you’ve been...
Peeling the Onion by Jennifer Ross
Author: Jennifer Ross   PaRDeS is an acronym for what the Jewish sages understood as the four levels of understanding and interpretation of the Scriptures. P’shat,...
Pilgrimage in the Time of Jesus
Pilgrimage in the Time of Jesus  by Shmuel Safrai   Every year his parents went to...
Plain and Simple, Really by Jennifer Ross
Author: Jennifer Ross   My son, do not forget my Torah; but let your heart keep my commands; for they shall add length of days and long life and peace to you.  Mercy and truth will not forsake you; tie them on your neck; write...
Prayer: Form or Free Verse Part 1 by John Knapp II
    PRAYER: FORM OR FREE VERSE?                             ...
Prayer:Form or Free Verse Part 2 by John Knapp II
                   PRAYER: FORM OR FREE VERSE?  Part 2...
Rubber Meets the Road by Jennifer Ross
Author: Jennifer Ross   “Where the rubber meets the road” is a common English idiom.  Literally, the phrase refers to when a tire of a vehicle touches pavement.  I believe the saying came from an add campaign for a tire...
SALTED WITH FIRE by Weston Fields
Salted with Fire     by Weston Fields, Member of the
Science's Articles of Faith by John Knapp II
Author: John Knapp II Everyone "believes."

Or is a believer, operating on faith. If those words seem too sticky, let's start by saying everyone "assumes." Or, to create a neologism (new word) without baggage: Everyone is an...
Shelter From the Storm by Jennifer Ross
Author: Jennifer Ross   In our last article we looked at one of the Hebrew root words translated as ‘trust’ in English, galal, which means ‘to roll’.  Together we saw that galal is rolling...
Signs Symbols and the Son of Isaiah by Rabbi Baruch
  Now let's return to the significance of Isaiah 8:18. Isaiah states that he and the two children given him are Signs and Symbols for Israel from the L-rd of Hosts, Who dwells on Mount Zion. The...
Slaves to Righteousness by Jennifer Ross
Author: Jennifer Ross     In the book of Romans Rav Shaul (Rabbi Saul…Paul) makes a statement that can be so easily passed over and yet is so fundamental to our walk.  Especially considering the times we are living...
Struck Out Looking by Jennifer Ross
Author: Jennifer Ross   Did you know that you can check real time scores for sporting events on the computer?  And that it even includes a “play by play” commentary?  I didn’t know it… until my husband came out to the computer...
The "Hypocrisy" of the Pharisees by David N. Bivin
Featured Article       The “Hypocrisy” of the Pharisees   By David N. Bivin  ...
The Barbarians Within Our Gates by Hisham Melhem
  Arab civilization has collapsed. It won’t recover in my lifetime. By HISHAM MELHEM       The dictators, always unpopular, opened the door to the Islamists’ rise when they proved just as...
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