Michael writes, "Between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur lies Shabbat Shuvah, and Parashat Ha’azinu (Deuteronomy 32.1-52). It begins with what is known as the Song of Moshe (Deuteronomy 32.1-43), which encapsulates Israel’s somewhat turbulent history to date"
Jonathan writes, "What do we do when we realise that, almost without our noticing and certainly without our intention, some invisible line has been crossed and, no matter what we do, there's no going back and we just won't get to do some or many of the things for which we had been longing and working all these years?"
Moran writes, "We tend to think more highly of ourselves than we ought to. I’m not advocating being self-deprecating, or having “low self-esteem.” What I’m talking about is having a right understanding of our position towards the Lord."
"At that time, I was into everything the world had to offer and had never once heard the name Yeshua. As I watched the movie, one particular scene captures my attention."
Kathrine writes, "Perplexed? Disappointed? Wondering will God ever sew the fragments of your life together? Then spend time with Joseph. He is a comforting companion when what your life seems to be in free fall."
Boaz writes, "A good and happy marriage is a tremendous gift from God. I thank God every day for my wife and my marriage. In a good marriage, a man’s wife brings him good, not harm, all the days of her life."
Joni writes, "Many people today consider the Middle East hopeless darkness! However, Isaiah 19:23-25 speaks of a physical highway, connecting Egypt to Israel to Assyria – three nations worshiping together, a ‘blessing’, dispelling the darkness."
Rev. Alex Jacob of CMJ UK explains the very heart of our faith is in relationship with Jesus and what unites us as believers is our commitment to Jesus as Lord. It is through Him that we know God and we know our identity in Him
Eddie writes, "I encourage you to be a David in your battle. Step out in faith. Set your eyes on God. Exercise His power and enjoy the victory of His life within you. The giant that is standing against you must and will fall. In Him we are more than conquerors."
Howard writes, "Tikkun olam is the humanist concept and religion to make the world better. It can cross all social, cultural, national, and religious borders. WHAT a better world looks like to each one will be very subjective."