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Never again?! Crossing the Red Sea

There is a fundamental difference between, ‘Egypt Exodus experience.’ Which we celebrate on the first day of Passover And the ‘Red Sea Splitting experience.’ [Crossing the Red Sea] Which we celebrate on the last day of Passover Click on the picture to learn the difference Read More »

Old – New Dimension

It is wrongly mistaken that the Hebrew Nation is a religion. No, it’s Not. As going out from Egypt, We gave the world a new Dimension, PROPHECY, Wich is the Ability to speak and listen to God, a Live God, And this PROPHECY is an old/new Dimension we all waiting to have back a.s.a.p. Click on the picture to learn ... Read More »

Faith, Miracles, and Nature

Something for Passover: “…This is a critical issue here in western belief… As many here demand as a definition, that ‘a miracle always remain unexplained’… And in the process, such deny the workings of Hashem With all the love HE shows within the miracles of Torah.” [Dan from Canada] Read More »

Remarkable opening of Genesis

Genesis book is starting with a first sentence Showing an ideal world, a perfect world “In the beginning of God’s creation of the heavens and the earth.” At the second Genesis verse We find a Chaos world, disorder. And the question is why? Why God that is the most powerful God Creating out of his hands Something with such a ... Read More »

5 Bible verses about Salvation

Since the days of the real prophets Our inheritance, Regarding those Bible verses about salvation, From the days of the real prophets; This is how they taught us, In 5 VERSES; Click here to learn this issue Read More »

Basic Tenets of Jewish Philosophy: Periods of Exile

Bird Nest by Dakota Lynch, from Wikipedia

Exile is an integral part of the history of the nation of Israel. More than half of the time that the nation has existed was spent in exile. This is clearly a very important fact. This reality sometimes leads people to make a mistake and attempt to idealize the exile, or at the very least to generate a feeling of ... Read More »