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Our Mission To Be A Light to the Nations

We have returned to the Ancient Paths of Mar-Yah, living unto Elohim as He writes His Torah upon our hearts (according to Jer. 31:31- 34; Heb. 8:8-10; Heb. 10:16). Heb. 8:10 But this is the covenant which I will give to the family of the house of Israel after those days, Says Hashem

For Zion's sake, I will not be silent, and for Jerusalem’s sake, I will not be still, until her righteousness emanates like a bright light, and her salvation blazes like a torch (lapid).Isaiah 62:1

Praise Hashem
Ya’akov, eved (servant) of Hashem and of Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach Adoneinu Yeshua; To the Shneym Asar HaShevatim (Twelve Tribes) in the Golus, Shalom!

DAILY MASHAL

The Torah’s Ways are Pleasant The Gemara states that one cannot use a palm shoot to fulfill the mitzvah of lulav, because although its stems can be tied and this would fulfill the requirement of kafus, tied up, it  is invalid because it is said regarding the Torah its ways […]

DAILY MASHAL

Humble in a Group The Gemara states that Rabbi Yehudah maintains that one is required to bundle the lulav with the other species, and he derives this ruling from a gezeirah shavah of taking, taking, from the case of the bundle of eizov, hyssop, that the Jews took prior to departing from Egypt. […]

DAILY MASHAL

Mitzvah Performance with more Intention The Gemara discusses the concept of a mitzvah that is brought about through one who violates a prohibition. The Rishonim explain that this principle only applies when the mitzvah cannot be performed unless one violates the prohibition. This principle teaches us a profound […]

Today’s Mitzvah

Adar I 23, 5774 · February 23, 2014 Today’s Mitzvah A daily digest of Maimonides’ classic work “Sefer Hamitzvot” Listen Online | MP3 Download Positive Commandment 155 Sanctifying the Shabbat “Remember the Shabbat to keep it holy”—Exodus 20:8. We are commanded to honor the Shabbat when it enters and when […]

TALMUD

The Mishna exists by itself but it is a part of the Talmud because the Gemara is commentary and exegesis on the Mishna.  That being the case, you could say that the Gemara is the Talmud but I’ve never seen a Talmud that didn’t also contain the Mishna.  […]

Purim Katan

Purim Katan is a rare guest that deserves special attention. In the 19-year cycle of regular and leap years we have nineteen Purims, but only seven Purim Katans. We must truly utilize it for special activities.   There’s a strong connection between Purim and Purim Katan. The Mishnah […]