The Torah states in reference to the plague of hail, “The wheat and spelt were not damaged, for they were late in ripening.” (Exodus 9:32) Rashi, explains that since they were late in ripening, they were soft when the hail struck.
Esther’s Providence. Esther 2.
Sermon by Messianic Rabbi Zeff Zaremsky.
Twitter may feel censorship is necessary, but their censorship appears to have blatant double standards.
A new set of Bible commentary on the Torah highlights the Parashah from the Torah, the Haftarah from the Tanak, and a portion from the second part of the Bible…
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A house is by far the largest purchase most individuals will ever make in their life, so it should warrant an equivalent amount of thought and planning.
Ninety-three year old Edward Mosberg, holocaust survivor of the World War II German labor camp at Mannhausen, testifies of his experiences.