Today’s verse highlights the close connection between faithful service to God and the strength of Israel. When we follow His word, God showers his blessings and protection unto Israel. Young brave soldiers of the Israeli army combine spirit and strength to defend the Land and People of Israel.
The significance of the shofar dates back to the dawn of Jewish history, and its call still echoes today in synagogues and temples all over the world. The prized shofars of the Bar-Sheshet and Ribak families have a long and proud pedigree, reflecting the epic history of the Jewish people traveling throughout the diaspora and finally returning home to Israel.
Yesterday’s photo by Noam Chen featured the Roman ruins in Caesarea, a city on the Mediterranean that Herod dedicated to Caesar Augustus more than 2,000 years ago. Today it is not only a relic of the past, but a popular tourist attraction.
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Good morning Rabbi, I look forward to your emails everyday. They inspire and offer hope to the world. I pray for peace to be within your borders and for G-d’s spirit to draw every Israeli into a close personal relationship with Himself. I pray for holiness to reign among your people. I’m more than excited to visit Israel for the first time in November. I’m told it will change my life. I love the people of Israel. Blessings, Skip Ball, Thousand Oaks, California
Hello, Shalom Shalom! I’m a friend, in profound love of Israel and her people. I love Jerusalem and prayer everyday for her Peace. I’m an American living in Switzerland. May God bless you and the Zion city of God! Amen.
Today’s Israel365 is Sponsored in honor of Jillian Ezekiel
We would like to say goodbye to our longtime Israel365 email newsletter editor Jillian Ezekiel whose last day is today. Jillian has been with us for three wonderful years and has added so much along the way. Her sincere love for Eretz Yisrael along with her immense professional skills as a sharp eyed editor has enabled Israel365 to become such a beloved source of Israel inspiration to so many people around the world each and every day. If you would like to send Jillian a note of your personal appreciation, you may email her at Jillian@Israel365.com. I know that Jillian has been a big part of our success and we wish her and her family well as we say Shalom, L’hitraot and Todah Rabba Jillian!