5777: A Year of Generosity ✡ “Holdeth Me Up” – ISRAEL365

If I say: ‘My foot slippeth’, Thy mercy, O Hashem, holdeth me up.

אִם אָמַרְתִּי מָטָה רַגְלִי חַסְדְּךָ יְהוָה יִסְעָדֵנִי

תהילים צד:יח

im amar-TEE ma-TAH rag-lee khas-d’-kha Ha-shem yis-A-day-nee

Today’s Israel Inspiration

King David, the composer of the Book of Psalms, endured numerous hardships throughout his life as a warrior of Hashem. Constantly in the face of danger as he fought against Israel’s enemies, David always called out to his Creator to protect and save him even in the most difficult of times. This showed David that God’s mercy and kindness were always with him and this inspired the poet to write today’s verse, which is a deeply inspiring message of the high degree of attentiveness and love which God consistently gives to His creations.

Listen to the Ringing Bells of the High Priest

Archaeologist Eli Chocron discovered the most incredible artifact that may very well have been worn by none other than the High Priest himself!

Colel Chabad’s 5776 Accomplishments at a Glance

The well known and highly respected NGO has an outstanding reputation for identifying charitable needs and working tirelessly and creatively to turn goals into actions.

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Today’s Israel Photo

The act of charitable giving starts from the earliest ages. In the streets of Jerusalem, one small child learns what it means to love another as herself.
Photo by Sharon Gabay.

Yesterday’s Photo Trivia

Yesterday’s photo was taken near the beautiful Biblical city of Hebron. From this special vantage point, we can see so much beauty of the Holy Land, including a plethora of olive groves, vineyards, and a quarry.

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STEVE & LAURIE MARTIN - LOVE FOR HIS PEOPLE FOUNDERS My good wife Laurie and I (married 45 years), founded Love For His People Ministry in 2010. This work gives love and support to our friends in Israel and other nations with friendship and humanitarian aid. Through social media, Steve's messages, and our Ahava Adventures trips to Israel, the ministry is a growing, effective outreach. Steve has also authored and published 36 books. We live in the Charlotte, NC area and have four adult children, spouses, and eight grandkids. Ahava and shalom with blessings on ye head!

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