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Burial in Hollywood for Jewish prayer books
A sacred Genizah ceremony to bury old and worn-out prayer books and artifacts was held at Levitt-Weinstein Hollywood Chapel Beth David Cemetery. Local Rabbis held a ceremony before burying the religious books and artifacts. Video by Emily Michot. June 10, 2014
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Jewish Prayer Book: World’s Oldest Hebrew Prayer Book in the World
The world’s oldest known Jewish Prayer Book, with only 50 pages, is small enough to hold in your hand! When the discovery was announced in 2013 by Steve Green, Chairman of the Board for the soon-to-open Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. he said, “This artifact may very well be the earliest connection today’s practicing Jews have to the roots of their rabbinic liturgy.” With textual topics as diverse as apocalyptic writings and the Passover Haggadah, including benedictions and daily prayers that may have been recited by observant Jews. Dr. Jerry Pattengale, Executive Director of Education for Museum of the Bible, described the prayer book as “what most of the Jewish community would be in touch with on a daily basis, creating a connection between the Bible and their daily worship.” Engage with the Bible—in its impact over the centuries! Sign up to receive The Book in your inbox daily at museumofthebible.org/thebook! Copyright © 2017 Museum of the Bible. All rights reserved.
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Talking Siddur Shema Kolainu - all Hebrew Jewish Books
Secure Ordering - Order Now http://www.milechai.com/jewish-books/talking-siddur-shema-kolainu.html Talking Siddur Shema Kolainu The "Shemah Kolenu" Siddur allows each child, even infants, to get familiar with the prayer book, its traditional melodies and the daily schedule of the prayer. It is wonderful to hear a child begin his day in the morning by saying the "Mode Ani" prayer, singing "Adon Olam Asher Malach" to himself, in a familiar melody. The "Shemah Kolenu" Siddur is an interactive (active) prayer book, enabling each child, at every age, to get excited and enjoy the comprehensive experience of prayer, starting from a young age. Aharon's Jewish Books and Judaica 600 South Holly Street Suite 103 Denver, Colorado 80246 303-322-7345 800-830-8660 2938
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Best Advice - From The 3 Most Powerful Jewish Books
Click here to sponsor a video - https://emunah.com/donate/ Today's video was sponsored in memory of Chana Pesha bat Ha'Rebbe Shlit"a This is an amazing inspirational class with much needed advice on being spiritual in 2016. We live in a generation that is unlike that of any of our ancestors. The Jewish nation always had righteous leaders and tzaddikim, but in today’s day and age, we don’t need righteous and holy people who are on spiritual levels that we can never imagine, we need regular people who we can talk to, who can inspire us where we are at. The 3 most inspirational jewish books of this generation, are the Noam Elimelech, The Tanya from Chabad and the first Lubavitcher Rebbe, And the Likutey Moharan from Rabbi Nachman of Breslov. The Likutey Moharan of Rebbe Nachman teaches us how to serve God like human being, and how to build a relationship with God like human beings. Rebbe Nachman understood that we are only humans, and we need practical advice for life. God’s will for us is not to learn Torah all day, and keep all of those inspirational jewish teaching inside of us. He want the torah lessons to make us better people! Learning Torah should make us better Jews. God’s will is not for us to just practice orthodox Judaism, keep the jewish laws, keep the mitzvot and commandments, and learn torah. Hashem wants us to use that Torah that we learned to help others! To understand the deeper meaning in the torah and to become more kind. To learn a piece of Torah about Charity, and then actually give charity. To be inspired by a piece of Torah about peace in the home, and then to go help a couple you know with their shalom bayit. That is God’s will for those who learn Torah and practice Judaism, or even those who are not jewish, but want to build a relationship with God anyways. Subscribe, Like, Share, write us a comment, and stay tuned for more! ► Click to Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1yP94X2 ► Visit Our Website: https://emunah.com ► Join our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RavDror/ ► View our Google+: http://bit.ly/1ALdBwo Rav Dror Moshe Cassouto brings us rare honest pure principles of truth, that will touch the heart of anyone who truly tries to listen to his inspirational words. Our hope is that these inspirational videos will bring you closer to Hashem (The Creator) and inspire and motivate you to find your connection to God with joy, faith, and trust (Simcha, Emunah, and Bitachon in Hebrew). The classes are based mostly on the teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslev, with a strong emphasis on Hitbodedut (personal prayer, secluded with Hashem) and Emunah (faith). Learn the real meaning of life, the real purpose in living, find fulfilment, acceptance, and discover the good points in yourself and others. We help people worldwide find answers to lifelong questions, and discover a loving way in how to serve God, and how to reveal their spirituality with joy using their minds, their talents, and their emotions. Rabbi Dror Moshe Cassouto is from Jerusalem, Israel, and gives all of his classes from the Emunah Center located in the heart of Jerusalem. The EmunahChannel youtube and website were started to spread his inspiring classes all over the world. Check out much more at https://emunah.com May the Creator Bless you Always! Subscribe, Like, Share, and Comment!
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Yahodioun Ki Kitab "Talmud" KI Haqeeqat | Secrets Of Jews Book Talmud
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The absolute truth about Muhammad in the bible: Rabbis who acknowledging the fact and...PART 1
The world premiere video event of: The absolute truth about Muhammad in the bible: Rabbis who acknowledging the fact and readers who may never know! PART: 1 PART 2 dont forget to subscribe  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbSCYkxRZAg To download 1 complete full version: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=IL9GS77C To download PART 1 in HD suitable for youtube: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=EDDFMXHJ To download PART 2 in HD suitable for youtube: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=TYBLDBSX Honors this video has (4) #28 - Most Discussed (This Month) - Education - Germany #53 - Most Viewed (This Month) - Education - Germany #23 - Top Favorited (This Month) - Education - Germany #35 - Top Rated (This Month) - Education - Germany I'm very much delighted to know that this video made news in the international media after it was aired on many TV stations and discussed by many well known TV programs like "90 minutes" and "48 hours" Arabic version. Many evangelical Christian satellite TV channels have tried to refute the video without success; one of them has dedicated 2 Hours of its live podcast to the video without being able to refute it. The video was translated into many languages and spoken of by many well known newspapers especially in the middle East. Over 5 million people have watched the video throughout the internet, and many more on TV. I've never expected that kind of success. You can be part of it and help truth prevails by sharing and embedding the video to your: Facebook page, Myspace, Twitter and other social networking sites, and don't forget to subscribe to be notified of more video events to come in 2011. Thank you! My dear Muslim brothers and sisters and my respected Christian friends the songs of Solomon as exists today is formed out of different poems and even different fragments of the same poem which represent a Jewish oral tradition of thousands of years, all put together in what is known today to be the book of songs, This was the viewpoint of many ancient Jewish rabbis, so it is not necessary for the verses describing the prophet Mohammad to be related to some of the text present today in the song of songs. Add to that, according to Islam we believe that every prophet of God sent to the children of Israel has given glad tidings of the prophet Muhammad some of them in details which makes the ancient Jewish oral tradition rich of prophet Muhammads description, we can clearly see that throughout chap 5 of the songs where the description giving there match very much the description we have in the books of hadith about the prophet Mohammad, also its a common knowledge that the prophet Muhammad returned Mecca among ten thousand of his companions, clear reference to that in 5:10 of the songs and above all his name was given as you have Heard it in the video. He was very much beloved to that woman and still beloved to billions of people today may the peace and the blessings of God be upon him. Im convinced that the person described in chapter 5 could very much be the prophet Muhammad and Allah knows best! Delitzsch, who is one of the world most renowned theologians 1813 -1890 on his commentary on the songs of Solomon wrote: "The most obscure book of the Old Testament." Regarding the translation of the Hebrew word מחמד google translation had it as Mohammad few months ago. Somehow they change it to sweet now. Also some other translation sites followed it as well. You may suggest a translation to google as it still in beta version. Listen to the songs of Solomon in its original form, in Hebrew where Muhammad is mentioned by name: http://www.mechon-mamre.org/p/pt/pt3005.htm Hebrew bible: http://mod.hebrewtanakh.com/songs/5.htm www.freetranslation.com/ Does the Name of Muhammad Appear in Song of Solomon 5:16? الحقيقة المطلقة حول محمد في الكتاب المقدس الحقيقة الصارخة حول محمد في الانجيل الحقيقة الصارخة حول محمد في التوراة اسم محمد في نشيد الانشاد
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Oldest Jewish Prayer Book
Prayer—a vital part of religious life—from a simply said “grace” before a meal to an invocation to open sessions of Congress! But the “story” of prayer began long before…part of a continuum that has existed for millennia. “It looks like someone took a bunch of papers and collated them!” An observation made in viewing what is likely the oldest known Jewish Prayer Book in the world—dating back to the 9th Century AD. Written in Hebrew the codex—or book—has 50 pages written on both sides. What’s significant is that until the 5th century, Hebrew documents were written on parchment scrolls. This unique discovery represents a big step forward in the history of Jewish manuscripts. Prayers it contains are still recited by observant Jews today. And they’re not only of cultural significance—but a testament to the continuity of the Jewish people, the people of the Book! Engage with the Bible—with the discoveries surrounding this Book of Books! Sign up to receive The Book in your inbox daily at museumofthebible.org/thebook! Copyright © 2016 Museum of the Bible. All rights reserved.
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Business Secrets from the Bible
Author of “Business Secrets from the Bible,” Rabbi Daniel Lapin reveals the clear link between financial success and staying true to your faith.
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Feud between Kabul's last remaining Jews
1. Various of Ishaq Levin praying at the Jewish cemetery of Kabul. 2. SOUNDBITE: (Dari) Ishaq Levin: "I came here today to deliver my prayers. This is the old Jewish cemetery of Kabul where more than 500 of my people, most of them my relatives in one way or the other are buried." 3. Various of Afghan children watching Levin pray 4. Various of Levin praying 5. SOUNDBITE: (Dari) Ishaq Levin: There used to be 70-80 Jewish families living in Kabul alone plus some 150 families in the town of Herat in the West. But when the political turmoil started in Afghanistan some twenty five years ago, all those revolutions and wars, almost everyone fled to Israel. So, for the last twenty five years I'm totally alone alone here." 6. Various of Zebulon Simentov praying at the Kabul synagogue 7. SOUNDBITE: (Dari) Zebulon Simentov: "Our elders in Israel wanted me to take the Torah and other holy scrolls from Kabul synagogue to Israel. But Ishaq Levin did not want that to happen. He reported me to the Taliban police as a thief and a dangerous subversive element. " 7. Various dilapidated interiors of synagogue 8. Zebulon Simentov showing the writ issued by Taliban banning him from opening the cupboard containing Jewish scrolls 9. Peeling synagogue walls 10. Stairs between the ground and the first floor of the synagogue with the Star of David as an ornament 11. Ishaq Levin praying in his room at the first floor of the synagogue 12. SOUNDBITE: (Dari) Ishaq Levin: "When he arrived I was hoping he would become my support and soulmate. instead he reported me to the Taliban police who beat me" 13. Various exteriors of the Kabul synagogue 14. Zebulon Simentov praying in the synagogue's main room 15. Ishaq Levin praying in his room STORYLINE: The Jewish community in Afghanistan was once a proud one, with 40-thousand people, flourishing businesses and a distinctive Torah design. But the population eroded through the last century, and recent decades have seen the Soviet invasion, civil war and the rise of the radical Islamic Taliban movement to power. After Israel came into being in 1948, most of the 5,000 Jews still in Afghanistan emigrated there, but Ishaq Levin stayed in Kabul. He was the synagogue's shamash, or caretaker, before the Soviets invaded Afghanistan in 1979, when most of the remaining Jews left. Now in his late seventies - he says he does not know how old he is - Levin often visits the Jewish cemetery where some 500 Jews were buried in the last 150 years. Most of them are related to Levin in one way or another. The cemetery stands totally abandoned in the outskirts of Kabul with not a single tomb stone remaining intact. It's in an area that saw some of the most ferocious fighting of the war between Afghan mujahedin and Taliban for control over the Afghan capital. Levin likes to say that he's the only Jew remaining in Kabul. That is not exactly the case. Zebulon Simentov, 43 is another Kabul Jew and a bitter enemy of Levin. Simentov re-emigrated from Israel some five years ago. He wanted to start a carpet business and also to send the Kabul synagogue Torah to where most of Afghan Jews now are - Israel. He has failed on both counts. Today Afghanistan's last two Jews, Ishaq Levin and Zebulon Simentov, live at separate ends of the same decaying synagogue in the Afghan capital and are feuding, each claiming to be the rightful owner of the synagogue and its paraphernalia. The walls of the building are peeling. The windows are shattered and old prayer books are crumbling in the holy ark. An old staircase with the Star of David as a wrought iron ornament serves as boundary between two men, with Simentov controlling the main praying chamber and Levin the bottom floor. running a brothel. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fa9ae7972503cfb7a6370482970d9dcd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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16 Jewish Fiction Books Everyone Should Read
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Jews pray at the Wailing Wall during the Jewish New Year in Jerusalem. HD Stock Footage
Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675043048_Jewish-New-Year_prayers-of-joy-and-thanks_Wailing-Wall_read-from-holy-book Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. Jews pray at the Wailing Wall during the Jewish New Year in Jerusalem. Israelis offer prayers of joy and thanks during the Jewish New Year, in the holy city of Jerusalem, a few months after the Six-Day War. Jewish men and women touch the Wailing Wall and offer prayers. Huge crowd gathered to celebrate the Jewish New Year. They read from the holy books and pray. Some rubble visible from the demolition of the Moroccan Quarter for the Western Wall Plaza. Location: Jerusalem Israel. Date: October 10, 1967. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
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In Forest Fields - A unique guide to personal prayer - Jewish Books
Secure Ordering: http://www.milechai.com/jewish-books/in-forest-fields-a-unique-guide-to-personal-prayer.html In Forest Fields - A unique guide to personal prayer Hitbodedut, personal prayer is the number one proof that one has emuna. One who believes in Hashem speaks with Hashem. How can one claim to believe in Hashem if he does not speak to Him? Rebbe Nachman teaches that everyone from the greatest to the simplest man should spend an hour a day in hitbodedut. In this book Rabbi Arush teaches us how. Aharon's Jewish Books and Judaica 600 South Holly Street Suite 103 Denver, Colorado 80246 303-322-7345 800-830-8660 2181 Jewish Biography: http://www.jewishbiography.com/biographies/list-of-rabbis/nachman-of-breslov.html Rabbi Shalom Arush: http://www.jewishbiography.com/biographies/list-of-rabbis/shalom-arush/index.html
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What To Expect At A Synagogue - InterfaithFamily.com
Going to synagogue for the first time can sometimes be a daunting experience. The architecture may be unfamiliar, the ritual items foreign and words are used in languages other than English. Knowing what to expect, in advance of your first visit, will help you feel more comfortable in this space. To that end, we have created a new video, What To Expect At A Synagogue, that takes us inside the building and into the sanctuary. Guided by Rabbi Emma Kippley-Ogman of Kehillath Israel, a Conservative synagogue in Brookline, Massachusetts, we are introduced to the items we might find in the lobby, or just outside the sanctuary; we are taken into the sanctuary for an overview of the features in the space; and we are even given an up close look at items used during services, such as prayer books and a Torah scroll. As we move through, words and concepts are translated into English and explained.
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The Jewish Blessing For Everything – Jonathan Cahn (‘The Hebrew Blessing Revelation’ #2072)
Check back daily for new videos! Subscribe! To get Jonathan Cahn’s full message go here: https://goo.gl/7en9vt or to get in touch with Jonathan Cahn’s ministry, to receive more, including Free Gifts and Updates, or to be part in the Great Commission, go to: http://www.HopeOfTheWorld.org – or Jonathan Cahn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jonathan-Cahn-Official-Site-255143021176055/ - Or write to: Hope of the World, Box 1111, Lodi, NJ 07644 - To get Jonathan’s books The Paradigm, The Book of Mysteries, The Harbinger, & more just go online or off to wherever books are sold.
What is Jewish Scripture? Judaism's Holy Books...
What is Jewish Scripture?...with Asher Meza,,, Consider Judaism or the 7 Laws BeJewish.org TorahJudaism.org
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2015 Ceremonial Prayer Book Burial
The Friends of the Gladwyne Jewish Memorial Ceremony held a ceremonial burial of sacred texts and prayer books at the cemetery on October 4th. It was a recreation of what a burial would have looked like over 100 years ago at the cemetery with a processional from the Ardmore train station by horse and wagon to the cemetery followed by the burial ceremony.
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C.E.S: Pious Jews in consumer electronics gather for daily prayer service
http://JooTube.TV Observant Jewish professionals at the Consumer Electronics Show gather together to pray their afternoon and evening prayers (many reading their prayer-books on their smartphone screens) in the Las Vegas Convention Center exhibit hall on Thursday 5 January, 2017.
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“THE PATH OF THE JUST” – A Great Jewish Book by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato – Rabbi Michael Skobac
TO DONATE - https://www.canadahelps.org/dn/24741 Pathway of the Just (Messilat Yesharim), by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto, is a classical work of Torah literature focusing on character perfection and personal spiritual growth, written almost 300 years ago. The 26 chapters of this masterpiece guide us in a step-by-step program to understand and actualize our highest potential in life. JEWS FOR JUDAISM is an international organization dedicated to countering the multi-million dollar efforts of Christian missionary groups that target Jews, the impact of cults and eastern religions, and the growing rate of intermarriage that is devastating the Jewish community. JEWS FOR JUDAISM achieves its goal through FREE educational programs, materials and counseling services that connect Jewish people to the spiritual depth, beauty and wisdom of Judaism and keeps Jews Jewish. Please contact us if we can help you. www.jewsforjudaism.ca
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Mishnah Berurah 6 volumes - Jewish Books
Secure Ordering - Order NOW http://www.milechai.com/jewish-books/mishnah-berurah-6-volume.html Jewish Books Mishnah Berurah 6 volumes - 10" x 7" Mishnah Berurah (Hebrew: Clarified Teaching‎, a reference to the portion in Deuteronomy where Israel is commanded to inscribe God's commandments in large clear writing on a mountainside) is a work of halakha (Jewish law) by Rabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan, better known as the Chofetz Chaim (Poland, 1838--1933). It is a commentary on Orach Chayim, the first section of the Shulchan Aruch (laws of prayer, synagogue, Shabbat and holidays), summarizing the opinions of the Acharonim (post-Medieval rabbinic authorities) on that work. The Mishnah Berurah is traditionally printed in 6 volumes alongside selected other commentaries. The work provides simple and contemporary explanatory remarks and citations to daily aspects of halakha. It is widely used as a reference and has mostly supplanted the Chayei Adam and the Aruch HaShulchan as the primary authority on Jewish daily living among Ashkenazi Jews, particularly those closely associated with haredi yeshivas. The Mishnah Berurah is accompanied by additional in-depth glosses called Be'ur Halakha, a reference section called Sha'ar Hatziyun (these two were also written by the Chofetz Chaim), and additional commentaries called Be'er Hagolah, Be'er Heitev, and Sha'arei Teshuvah. Aharon's Jewish Books and Judaica 600 South Holly Street Suite 103 Denver, Colorado 80246 303-322-7345 800-830-8660
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Rosh Hashanah Rock Anthem
Rosh Hashanah, http://www.aish.com/h/hh/rh/, - Get ready for the New Year and Jewish High Holidays with this video. To see the lyrics click on the CC for closed captioning. For more visit: http://aish.com/newyear For revamped High Holiday services, visit http://nomembershiprequired.com. Rosh Hashana Rock Anthem is a parody of Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO. Song Lyrics: Synagogue, Rabbi's talk, going on for a while, can you check the clock, huh Cantor's opera, lost my spot, do you know the place, choir in the slot Wine we drink, with family now, good deeds you do, good for your soul Fish head, ram's horn, shofar blow, give some money, appeal for dough Yo, I'm returnin' to the fold can you explain mo' Got this desire to know Torah scroll, say hello Our prayers rock, yeah, we're the Jews and we question Got the pride, just cant stop, our lives are changin' Rosh Hashanah's in the house tonight All the world is passing through the light Let's all get written in the book of Life Shana Tova -- It's High Holiday time Taking stock is what we do tonight Shana Tova -- it's High Holiday time Let's all get written in the book of Life Blow the shofar and -- Shuckle! Three times a day I'm shucklin' shucklin', shucklin' Shofar blast, all across the world we will do this task Apples and honey, feelin' glad -- now stop, never get mad Fill the Kiddush cup, my friends around Books are opened up, the challah's round All our history, we see it now Now please hear our plea, we're prayin' now Stand up, sit down, pass the prayer books around Stand up, sit down, pass the prayer books around Stand up, sit down, pass the prayer books around Pass the prayer books around, pass the prayer books around Rosh Hashanah's in the house tonight All the world is passing through the light Let's all get written in the book of Life Shana Tova -- it's High Holiday time Taking stock is what we do tonight Shana Tova -- it's High Holiday time Let's all get written in the book of Life Blow the shofar and -- Shuckle! Everyday I'm shucklin' Visit Street Art Productions at http://www.s-a-p.co.il/ Happy New Year from Aish.com.
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24 Books Of Judaism And More...
Rabbi Mizrachi on Jul 8th, 2013
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Nehemia Gordon on Hebrew Matthew and the Lord's Prayer - NehemiasWall.com
Nehemia Gordon speaks on his books "The Hebrew Yeshua vs the Greek Jesus" and "A Prayer to Our Father". A Dead Sea Scrolls scholar and Semitic language expert, Nehemia explores the ancient Hebrew text of the Gospel of Matthew from manuscripts long hidden away in the archives of Jewish scribes. He revealed that the more "modern" Greek text of Matthew, from which the Western world's versions were translated, depicts "another Jesus" from the Yeshua portrayed in the ancient Hebrew version of Matthew. The Hebrew origins and meanings of the Lord's Prayer is the exciting journey of faith of a Jewish Bible scholar and an African American pastor who join forces to uncover the truth about the most beloved prayer in the Christian world. Their gripping adventure begins in the ancient city of Jerusalem and takes them to the very spot in Galilee where Jesus taught the multitudes to pray. Along the way they discover a Hebrew version of the Lord's Prayer, preserved in secret by Jewish rabbis for over a thousand years. The richness of meaning that the Hebrew unlocks reveals a powerful message of spiritual growth for Jew and Christian alike. Join Nehemia on this provocative exploration of the Hebrew origins of the Lord's Prayer! Recorded at El Shaddai in Tacoma, Washington on November 27, 2010. The Hebrew Yeshua vs. The Greek Jesus https://www.nehemiaswall.com/the-hebrew-yeshua-vs-the-greek-jesus A Prayer to Our Father https://www.nehemiaswall.com/a-prayer-to-our-father-book Learn more at: https://www.nehemiaswall.com Subscribe to my YouTube Channel! Subscribe to my Podcast: “Nehemia's Wall” on your favorite podcast app! Subscribe to my Newsletter: https://www.nehemiaswall.com/nehemias-newsletter Follow me on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NehemiaGordon Twitter: https://twitter.com/ngordon4 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Nehemiaswall Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nehemia_gordon Donate: https://www.nehemiaswall.com/support
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Where Do Jewish Laws Come From? Intro to Torah, Talmud, Halacha
While everyone knows about the Bible, many don't realize the many books that followed after it in Jewish tradition. These books and the bible weave together to create the rules Jews follow to this day. Made by BimBam: https://www.bimbam.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heybimbam Twitter: https://twitter.com/heybimbam -- BimBam sparks connections to Judaism through digital storytelling for learners of all ages. This video was made possible with generous support from The Koret Foundation, as part of its Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood. Watch something Jewish at https://www.bimbam.com.
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Marilyn Monroe’s Personal Jewish Prayer Book Up For Auction
Marilyn Monroe converted to Judaism in 1956, when she married her third husband, Jewish playwright Arthur Miller. Her personal prayer book is going up for auction. Download the Radio.com App today and stream your favorite local radio stations. https://app.radio.com/VWEnF2R7mN
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Ep.7 What do Jews actually think of non-Jews? WARNING: It's postive!
Ep. 7 What do Jews actually think of non-Jews? WARNING: it's positive! Judaism does not believe you must become Jewish for G-d's love and inheritance in the next world. Within our Siddur (prayer books) we pray for the non-Jew daily and see them as heirs to the Olam Haba (Eternal world) to come! I plan to make a short weekly episodes based on Jewish customs, beliefs, values, empathy and ideals in hope not only to encourage my fellow Jews, but all peoples. Judaism does not seek to convert you if you are not Jewish, but as long as you are seeking to be a good person we happily love and accept you as a ger hazeddek (righteous person). tags; one Jewish thought by caleb, non-jews gentiles, jew gentile, nonjews, go to heaven as a gentile, do gentiles heaven, what do jews think about non-jews, freindship with nonjews, jews think of non-Jews, what do jews think of non-jews, what do jews think about gentiles, noahide gentiles, what there noahide laws, what do jews actually think of non-jews
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The Alenu Leshabeach - עלינו לשבח - A Racist and Supremacist Jewish Prayer
Since the 13th Century defenders of Judaism have deceptively denied the Anti-Christian intent of their "Alenu" prayer, but to no avail. Some Jews paid with their lives and property and entire communities suffered the consequences for provoking the wrath of their Christian hosts by not putting a stop to this hateful religious diatribe. Anyone who studies the laws and customs by which the masses in Medieval Europe lived knows that in those times wanton speech against Christ and/or his Mother was taken as a most grave infringement of secular and religious law; and of course, Jews knew it as well. Still, in spite of many lawful, yet dreadful warnings, Jews persisted in taunting and testing the patience and good will of the Christians, who tolerated them in their midst---until (in many occasions) it was too late to backtrack. Some Jewish apologetes such as Yom Tov Lippman Mühlhausen, Menasseh ben Israel and Moses Mendelssohn wrote treatises attempting to ascribe to the Alenu an antiquity that preceded the birth of Christianity, but these were vain efforts because they were successfully refuted by Christian scholars (most of which were of Jewish origin). Today the Alenu is back and it has been included in the prayer books of dozens of Jewish denominations and sects around the world. Here is the first compilation in video form--including their ancient tradition of spitting when the name of Jesus is hinted in the invocation with full English translation of this controversial prayer. You be the judge!
Views: 1939 Chazal Buster
Rabbi Aaron - How to Get Your Prayers Answered: Is Anyone Listening?
Sinai Indaba is an annual Torah convention of the foremost international Jewish leaders and thinkers. See more at: www.Sinai-Indaba.com Leading thinker on Jewish spirituality and mysticism, Rabbi David Aaron is a best-selling author and compelling speaker. His books, including The Secret Life of G-d, Inviting G-d In and Love is my Religion, have attracted substantial media attention, from Larry King Live to E! Entertainment, and he has been praised by the likes of Kirk Douglas, Israeli Heads of State and Dr Deepak Chopra. He is the Rosh Yeshiva of Orayta in Jerusalem and is the Founder of Isralight International, with programs throughout Israel and North America.
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Car Mezuzah Case from Aharon's Jewish Books and Judaica
Secure Shopping: http://www.milechai.com/judaica/car-mezuzah/car-mezuzah-7.html Car Mezuzah Traveler's Prayer Case. A "car mezuzah" is just a case used to hold a Traveler's Prayer. Not to be confused with a mezuzah used in your home. Aharon's Jewish Books and Judaica 600 South Holly Street Suite 103 Denver, Colorado 80246 303-322-7345 800-830-8660 Jewish Ritual Item: 4383
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The Hallel (Psalms 113-118) by Jewish Publication Society of America (FULL Audiobook)
The Hallel (Psalms 113-118) by Jewish Publication Society of America http://free-audio-books.info/religion/the-hallel-psalms-113-118/ Hallel (Hebrew: הלל‎ "Praise [God]") is part of Judaism's prayers, a verbatim recitation from Psalms 113-118, which is used for praise and thanksgiving that is recited by observant Jews on Jewish holidays. Summary from Wikipedia Read by Délibáb, D.E. Wittkower, Jc Guan, Katie Gibboney, Leon Mire, and Scott Sherris (FULL Audiobook)
MARKING THE NEW YEAR From Our Collections
The holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are traditionally a time for introspection, asking for and giving forgiveness, resolving to do better, and praying for a healthy and happy year to come. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is a time of prayer, family gatherings, special meals and sweet tasting foods. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is the most solemn day of the Jewish year and is a day of fasting, reflection and repentance. Through testimony, artifacts, photos, cards and prayer books from Yad Vashem’s collections, we offer a glimpse into some of the ways that Jews before, during and immediately after the Holocaust marked these special days. Explore the online exhibition http://www.yadvashem.org/yv/en/exhibitions/rosh_hashana/index.asp
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Book of Books, Jerusalem
Museum of the Bible brought the oldest known Jewish prayer book to Jerusalem as part of the Book of Books exhibit in 2013-2014. Copyright © 2015 Museum of the Bible. All rights reserved.
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Joe Rogan Experience #993 - Ben Shapiro
Ben Shapiro is editor-in-chief of the Daily Wire, syndicated columnist, and host of "The Ben Shapiro Show" is available on SoundCloud and iTunes.
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The Jews Have the OT Books in the Wrong Order
More preaching from Pastor Anderson: http://www.faithfulwordbaptist.org/page5.html Here is the link to make a donation to Faithful Word Baptist Church (donations processed by Word of Truth Baptist Church): http://wordoftruthbaptist.org/donate #chronicles #biblestudy #firstchronicles
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Sarah Bas Tovim Jewish Women in Prayer Dr. Henry Abramson Jewish Biography as History
Sarah bas Tovim was one of the most prolific authors of tekhines, prayers composed specifically for Jewish women in Eastern Europe. Her work illustrates the deeply spiritual lives of simple women, and sheds significant light on the social history of the shtetl.
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Ep.1 Being passionate for life! Take three minutes to be encouraged!
Episode 1: A message for all to be passionate about life! Caleb T Ortega Instagram or [email protected] Life is meant to be walked in passion! We must enjoy life by learning more about ourselves and learn to follow what we know make us happier. Each person is unique and has qualities that only they themselves see. It is up to us to bring those desires out and learn to enjoy them. It is not selfish to spend personal time doing things we enjoy. On the contrary, it is actually a good cure for depression, anxiety and promotes self-awareness. Each person is handcrafted by G-d, and we should enjoy our own passions the same way we seek to enjoy those around us. I plan to make a short video once a month based on Jewish customs, beliefs, values and ideals in hope not only to encourage my fellow Jews, but all peoples. Judaism does not seek to convert you if you are not Jewish, but as long as you are seeking to be a good person we happily love and accept you as a ger hazeddek (righteous person). Within our Siddur (prayer books) we pray for the non-Jew daily and see them as heirs to the Olam Haba (Eternal world to come! Feel free to email questions to [email protected] or find me on instagram. I'll reply either directly to you or make a video on whatever topic you bring up! Please feel free to subscribe and "like".
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Jewish Woman Robbed, Pistol Whipped Outside North Miami Beach Grocery Store
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FL. - A North Miami Beach woman said she felt compelled to fight back when two men robbed her at gunpoint and pistol-whipped her in broad daylight after she had unloaded groceries into her car. The 67-year-old victim, who asked not to be identified or show her face on camera, said the robbers approached her in a parking lot located near Northeast 162nd Street and 13th Avenue, Friday afternoon. “They’re all dressed in black, with some kind of black caps,” she said. The victim said she had just closed the trunk of her car and was getting inside the vehicle when one of the robbers pushed her inside. “The gun is in his hand, and he puts the gun to my head,” she said. Meanwhile, she said, the second robber tried to open the passenger door of her car. Surveillance video caught one of the robbers emerging from the vehicle, followed by the victim, seen with her head down as she walked to the rear of her car. The woman, who normally uses a cane due to arthritis and other injuries, wasn’t carrying it with her at the time of the robbery. “This guy is on my right side. This guy is on my left side. He takes the gun, and he starts hitting me, hits my head with the gun, hit my shoulder and my back also,” she said. The victim was also hit on the top of her head, leaving a gash. “He hit me a few times with the gun, so my whole face swelled up,” she said. The victim said the crooks grabbed her cash and checks. “They took a pouch of money,” she said. That money included several hundred dollars in charity donations she was going to drop off after her grocery store run. It was at that point that, the woman said, she fought back. Surveillance video showed her attempting to fend off her assailants. “As he put his hand in my mouth, I bit his hand,” she said. “I got a hold of it and didn’t let go. I bit his hand.” The victim said she fought the men because she was afraid they would kidnap her. Through it all, one of the subjects kept a pistol aimed in her direction, even as he backed off. The victim, a devout Jew, keeps a book of psalms from the Torah by her side and is surrounded by prayer books at home. “He has bestowed goodness upon you, continue to bestow every goodness upon you forever,” she said as she read from one of her books. She said she was attacked just before the Sabbath was to begin that evening, but the next morning she was in temple, saying a prayer of thanksgiving. “To me, this is extremely comforting, because I wanted to thank God,” she said. The victim hopes the surveillance video will help police capture her attackers, and she also has a warning to shoppers in her neighborhood. “Be very cautious about going out to your car,” she said. Monday night, 7News cameras captured a North Miami Beach Police cruiser parked in the lot where the assault took place. If you have any information on this robbery or the attackers’ whereabouts, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.
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Jewish faith,judaism holiest books:Talmud
Jewish faith,judaism holiest books:Talmud
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PopUp Exhibition | Rabbi Yoel Kahn on External and Internal Censorship in Jewish Prayer
Rabbi Yoel Kahn is the spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El in Berkeley. Kahn was ordained at Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion in 1985. He received his doctorate through the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California, in 1999. Join Rabbi Kahn as he presents about the rare prayer books in The Magnes Collection.. Rabbi Kahn’s focus will be on the censorship tests that these holy books had to pass in order to be published. _________________________________________________________________ About the PopUp Exhibition Series Each week, UC Berkeley faculty and students, visiting artists and other notable guests present brief lectures focused on selected treasures from the The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life. One speaker and one object at the time, these “flash” exhibitions include the opportunity to view the art and artifacts discussed intimately and up close. Bring your own lunch, enjoy complimentary refreshments, and take part in an exciting learning program, free and open to the public. Close-up view of collections included. The Magnes Auditorium 2121 Allston Way, Wednesdays Noon-1 pm Presentation begins promptly at 12:15 pm FALL SCHEDULE 2015 October 7, 14, 21, 28; November 4, 18; December 2, 9 --- The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life University of California, Berkeley magnes.berkeley.edu
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Creation of the World {Ancient Jewish Spiritual Legend Audio book}
This is written based on traditional Jewish legends and ancient texts and offers background stories and details that cannot be found in the Bible. (from The Legends of the Jews, Volume 1) by Louis Ginzberg
I Am Afraid After The Synagogue Shooting in Pittsburgh
By Bella | Subscribe: http://bit.ly/sub2storybooth | Record your story @ https://storybooth.com or our iPhone app for a chance to get animated. Comment, like, share this story. Bella lives in a neighborhood called Squirrel Hill in Pittsburgh. She's grown up there, lived there her whole life, has her friends and her synagogue there, right near the Tree of Life synagogue, and it had always been a peaceful neighborhood - diverse and accepting - a really nice place to live. There were a lot of Jewish families who lived there and she could hardly remember any anti semitism ever happening around them. But, on Saturday, October 27th, she slept in late and only woke up when her mom called to her from the other room at around eleven o'clock. She ran in to her Mom's room and her younger sister was there and they looked awful, pale, afraid and scared. Bella didn't know what was going on, and her mom would only whisper because she didn't want Bella's youngest sister to wake up. But something really, really bad was going on - you could tell from the terrified looks on her Mom and sister. Her mom asked is she'd looked at her phone yet, if she'd seen or heard any of what was on the news. She'd heard lots of sirens in her half sleep, but they didn't wake her - what was going on? Her mom sat her down and told her that there had been a mass shooting at a temple - the Tree of Life synagogue right there in squirrel hill. Bella gasped and sat down hard. She was so scared, afraid, shaking and crying. She was just in shock that something like this had happened, in their neighborhood, at a synagogue that was practically right next to the one she attended. Also, the fact that it was all because of their religion, all because they were Jewish, and this scared Bella too - the ant-semitism, and all these shootings taking place everywhere. What made the tragedy even worse was the fact that it was Shabbat, the holiest day of the week for the Jewish people -- all they were doing was praying -- and that morning the Tree of Life synagogue was having a baby naming for a new baby just born into their community, a special and festive and happy occasion. And an evil man full of hate and anti semitism came into their place of worship and shot and killed 11 people, including police and security guards. When Bella and her friends returned to their religious school, hebrew school, so many of them were on edge, scared, and couldn't quite put into words how awful and vulnerable it made them feel. Why was there anti semitism, or hate of any kind? Why couldn't people coexist without hatred and gun violence? After they had started their school day they had a special morning prayer service and they invited the congregation from the Tree of Life synagogue to join them. There were so many people there, mourning and praying, holding hands and supporting each other - praying for peace, and love, and for the souls of the those who passed to ascend. And they chanted and sang words of power, that they were strong and that they would not be afraid. The Pittsburgh synagogue shooting has effected jews all over the United States and the world, and all people who enjoy feeling safe and free to worship how they choose under any religion they choose. Hopefully the families affected by this tragedy will be able to feel one day that those they lost did not die in vain and that they re-awakened the need for peace, and love, and light across the entire world. _____ What's your story? storybooth wants to hear it! LINKS: Website: http://www.storybooth.com Instagram: @thestorybooth twitter @thestorybooth https://www.instagram.com/thestorybooth G+: https://plus.google.com/+Storybooth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thestorybooth/ Tumblr: https://storybooth.tumblr.com/ If you liked this storybooth animation and love storytime / story time story booth kid videos, watch our themed playlist collections: Being Yourself: https://goo.gl/89enEN Love and Heartbreak: https://goo.gl/mfaoKw Embarrassing and Funny: https://goo.gl/5GjxrW Bullies and Mean People: https://goo.gl/THS3LB Overcoming Challenges: https://goo.gl/pbxRa9 #storybooth #storyboothOnlyTrueStories
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Prayers for Annihilation Of Jews and Christians!
Dr. Adnan Ibrahim says: What is with this call for annihilation by Muslims, complete annihilation, 'O God curse the Jews and Christians', the Jews and Christians! Where did this come from as there is nothing in the book of God that says curse the Jews and Christians but there is curse our enemies
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Jews praying -great resemblance with muslim's prayer (namaz)
You can see Jews while their worshipping It is very much similar to the prayer (namaz) in Islam.
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Everything Is Amazing! Hakarat Hatov - An everyday Jewish idea for kids | Shaboom!
A Jewish word for gratitude is hakarat hatov - it means to see the good in the world and to be grateful for what you have. If you are raising Jewish kids, you'll love watching Gabi and Rafi explain hakarat hatov in this episode of Shaboom! In Shaboom! Episode 2, kids learn about hakarat hatov, to be more thankful by seeing the good. We can turn disappointment into gratitude by trying to see the good and be thankful for what we have, rather than wish for what we don't have. Watch the episode to see how the Plony family learns to be more thankful and see the good. This video is part of a series made possible by the Lippman Kanfer Foundation for Living Torah. -- Get alerted when there's new episodes, singalongs, and other kids stuff! Sign up for the Shaboom! email list: http://bit.ly/2dyXrG3 Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2cPp4dA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heybimbam Twitter: https://twitter.com/heybimbam -- Shaboom! is a kids cartoon by BimBam. Gabi and Rafi explain kids about Jewish values, holidays and traditions. If you like our videos support us here: https://www.bimbam.com/donate/ BimBam (formerly G-dcast) is a new media studio making Jewish videos, apps and animated series that are joyful, empowering introductions to Jewish ideas and life for kids & adults. Watch something Jewish at https://www.bimbam.com.
Views: 77171 Shaboom!