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Newsletters - Part 87

Ekev (Because) Deuteronomy 7:12 – 11:25

Throughout their desert experience, the Children of Israel felt the pull to return to Egypt, and Moses needed to enable them to understand the advantages of freedom, which is accompanied by servitude to G-d. Therefore, it was critical that the Children of Israel be reliant upon G-d for their food and water and understand that simple food and water from G-d as free persons is preferable to watermelon and fish in Egypt as slaves.

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G-d is Involved in Our Land – August 7, 2012

  In the early hours of Monday morning, Jihadist terrorists attacked an Egyptian army base in the Sinai Desert, killed some of the soldiers and made off with two armored vehicles.  They then made their way to the Israeli border.  As they attempted to cross and carry out a major terrorist attack, the IDF responded […]

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Va’etchanan (And I Beseeched) Deuteronomy 3:23 – 7:11

The Torah portion is uplifting as well. For in this week’s portion, we read the Ten Commandments, as repeated by Moses in Deuteronomy. For this section of the Torah reading the entire congregation stands, as if to relive that incredible experience at Mt. Sinaiso many centuries ago.

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A Word To The Nations

I had the privilege to travel to Washington DC last week to attend the Sixth Annual CUFI Summit. What a tremendous three days! The speakers were inspiring and educational. Meeting with my congressmen and senators is always a reminder of how our government operates and the influence individuals have on the entire process. The grand […]

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