Today’s verse from the wisdom of King Solomon urges each of us to seek out and connect with others with whom we can grow spiritually. From the word ‘chaver’ – friend – comes the word chavruta, a study partner, a deeply traditional way of biblical learning where two people explore Jewish texts together. Israel365 is your daily “chavruta,” deepening your knowledge of God’s Holy Land. Please help us continue to spread the beauty and significance of the Land of Israel around the world by sponsoring a day today.
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Yesterday’s photo featured the gravesite of Sampson, the mighty biblical warrior for the Jewish people. His grave is located near Beit Shemesh, “between Tzora and Eshtaol”, just as described in the Book of Judges (16:31).
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Thank you once again for these daily messages. They are truly inspirational. I am from Kampala, Uganda and I enjoy these messages so much. I am a supporter of Israel and an evangelical Christian who believes everything the Bible says. I pray for the Nation of Israel and I believe that God is on Israel’s side. Thank you Rabbi- Christine Arupo
Loved your scripture this morning as always, and we have 5 children, all grown up now, but to count those little olives was a special blessing. , but now I do see a 6th….. well life goes on doesn’t it, and we have 12 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. I love your emails. Marjorie William