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Ki tetze: The Jewish Experience.... Just Catch A Ball!

Would you like to say something before we switch off the microphone?

This is an important question to keep in mind in order to understand what the Torah has been talking about over the last parashot (portions) and specifically this week in Parashat Ki Tetze! 570 more words

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Moses: The Glorious Leader of All People

When we first started discussing the Book of Exodus, I mentioned that a new phase of history had begun! The Children of Israel were no longer just a family but rather had become a ‘people’ – and a ‘people’ requires a new style and type of leadership, the type of leadership demonstrated by Moses. 237 more words

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The Power of One

Tomorrow’s ‘Parashah’ (weekly Torah portion) is ‘Re’eh’ (Hebrew for ‘see’). This is the fourth ‘Parashah’ in the Book of Deuteronomy and can be found in Deuteronomy 11:26–16:17. 207 more words

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The Power of One

Tomorrow’s ‘Parashah’ (weekly Torah portion) is ‘Re’eh’ (Hebrew for ‘see’). This is the fourth ‘Parashah’ in the Book of Deuteronomy and can be found in Deuteronomy 11:26–16:17. 207 more words

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Copper Excavations and Hebrew Word Explorations

“A land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills you can dig copper.” (Deuteronomy 8:9)

The original Hebrew word for ‘copper’ is ‘Nechoshet (נחושת).’ The copper or the bronze – which is the same Hebrew word ‘Nechoshet’ – can be found in abundance in the Land of Israel, mainly in the ‘Negev’ (the southern area of Israel). 100 more words

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Copper Excavations and Hebrew Word Explorations

“A land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills you can dig copper.” (Deuteronomy 8:9)

The original Hebrew word for ‘copper’ is ‘Nechoshet (נחושת).’ The copper or the bronze – which is the same Hebrew word ‘Nechoshet’ – can be found in abundance in the Land of Israel, mainly in the ‘Negev’ (the southern area of Israel). 100 more words

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A HIGHER CALLING

The purpose of servant-leadership is not just to better your organization and yourself – it is to better the world. Tithing, in either its Biblical or modern form, accomplishes this goal. 781 more words