My God, The King Pt. 4

A Psalm of Thanksgiving Psalm 100 The introduction to this psalm in the Artscroll Tanach Series Tehillim/Psalms, gives us interesting history and background information. “This psalm was sung in the Temple during the service of the Thanksgiving offering, an offering that one would bring in thanksgiving after having survived great danger.” It is suggested that …

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My God, The King Pt.2

The section of the Jewish prayer book that this series of blogs will be examining is, Pesukei D’Zimrah. “Pesukei D’Zimrah is translated as ‘Verses of Praise’. However, many commentators relate ‘zimrah’ to the verb ‘tizmor’ - ‘prune’ (Leviticus 25:4). In this view we recite ‘Verses of Pruning’, which are designed ‘to cut away’ the mental …

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Home Improvement

Rabbi Moshe Shulman made a very interesting statement in his video interview discussing what a Noahide should do. He comments on how, we of the non-Jewish nations are to be practical, making the world a better place to live for all humanity. He goes on and shares what I think is our spiritual duty - …

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Eitz Chaim – Tree of Life

Proverbs 3:18 It is a tree of life to those who hold fast to it, and its supporters are praiseworthy’. In this short blog, I am posting a few quotes for Noahides and their share in the Feast of Shavuot, they are by no means intend to be a complete study of the subject. These …

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Bylaws

One of the things you learn while studying the seven Noahide Laws, is that they require of you to get involved with the world around you. They are designed to connect you with the Creator and humans beings. Not long after I began to grasp this principle of the 7 Laws, I was approached by …

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