Tag: judaism

Have You Confessed With Your Mouth? Repent in the Days of Awe

“Light is sown for the righteous, and for the upright in heart—joy.” Yom Tov, a festive day; for although we stand prepared to be judged in the supernal courtroom for our deeds of the past year, we are confident that God is a merciful judge, and will decree a year of life, health and prosperity

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October 2, 2019 Message from Our Lady of Medjugorje on the 3rd Day of Awe

Dear children, the will and the love of the Heavenly Father make it so that I am among you, that I, with a motherly love, may help the growth of faith in your heart, for you to be able to truly comprehend the purpose of earthly life and the greatness of the heavenly one.  My

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2018: Stepping Into the Fullness

One year ago, I decided to embrace a lifelong dream that would require discipline and perseverance to not let it drown because my feelings didn’t “feel up to it.” I set a goal to blog once a week for the entire year. A worthy goal, as in doing so it would give me more practice

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(Guest Blog) The Man Who Wanted to Be Poor By Sudy Rosengarten

Art by Adele Steinberg   Reb Eliezer Lippe trudged along the familiar path deep in thought. The buckets he carried brushed against the foliage and swung back hard against his sides. AThough people in the synagogue pitied him, he felt no shame bird perched on his shoulder, whistling for the crumbs that it knew would

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Today’s Ponder Minute: Was Moses Really Wise?

Have you ever stopped to consider why Wisdom is so often insisted upon by the Apostles and the writers of the Psalms and the Proverbs, and many other Scriptures, as being a necessary gift to patiently endure the journey of faith? Here’s a short list of scriptures you can reference if you’ve yet to discover

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