The Book of Ruth tells the story of the Moabite princess Ruth, who, through great self-sacrifice, finds her way to the ultimate truth of the Torah. She becomes the ‘mother of royalty,’ the great-grandmother of King David, and the ultimate ancestress of the Messiah who will come from this royal lineage. This Mother’s Day, show your mother how much you love her and how much you love Israel by shopping the Israel365 store, filled with beautiful jewelry, inspiring books, and Dead Sea cosmetics and nourishing creams. Receive a printable Mother’s Day card telling your mom her gift from Israel is on its way!
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This week’s portion begins with an exhortation to “be holy.” The verses then outline how to achieve that holiness, and notably, most of the laws pertain to man’s interaction with his fellow. The focus on social law makes Judaism unique.
Thank you for your updates that keep us in touch with what is happening in Israel. We have three groups that meet regularly to pray for Israel and its people… God bless you all from us Margaret New Zealand.
Thank you for the video clips, I have been to Israel twice (three months in all) and have traveled your stunning country extensively. I love the land and the people. there is no other place in the world that can compare, I pray continually that your enemies will never gain a foothold in your land, You are God’s people and if you turn to Him and trust in Him all will be as it should be. Please continue the good work and the sending of the videos. Have courage! Lay-la tov. Clive Holland. Pietermaritzburg, Kwazulu Natal, Republic of South Africa