Living Where the Tabernacle Once Stood ✡ “Thy Light and Thy Truth” – Israel365

O send out Thy light and Thy truth; let them lead me;
let them bring me unto Thy holy mountain,
and to Thy dwelling-places.

שְׁלַח אוֹרְךָ וַאֲמִתְּךָ הֵמָּה יַנְחוּנִי יְבִיאוּנִי אֶל הַר קָדְשְׁךָ וְאֶל מִשְׁכְּנוֹתֶיךָ

תהילים מג:ג

sh’-LAKH o-r’-KHA va-a-mi-t’-KHA HAY-mah yan-KHU-nee y’-vee-U-nee el har
kod-sh’-KHA v’-EL mish-k’-no-TE-kha

Today’s Israel Inspiration

The Tabernacle, in Hebrew ‘mishkan’ from the Hebrew word which means to dwell, was erected in the desert as a temporary dwelling for God, and ultimately found its permanent resting place in the form of the Temple on Mount Moriah. But getting there took some time. Our Sages trace the movement of the ‘mishkan’ in the Land of Israel: 14 years in Gilgal, 369 years in Shiloh, and another 57 years in Nov and Givon. Altogether, it took 440 years from the entry into the Land of Israel until Solomon built the Temple, the permanent resting place for the presence of the Lord. In this psalm, the psalmists asks God for light and truth to help him return back to the holy mountain, to the resting place of the Lord. Although living in the Biblical city is a dream-come-true for many, their lives are not easy as they are surrounded by numerous Palestinian villages and cities and are often targets for terror attacks. Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund aims to ease the trauma of terrorism in these young children and rebuild the Biblical heartland of the Holy Land.

Israel’s Biggest Advocate Takes His Message to Television

David Rubin, former mayor of Shiloh has made television and public appearances around the world to promote the right of the Jewish people to live in peace in the Biblical Heartland of Israel.

Terror Expert: Trump’s Win is a Victory Against Radical Islam

“The epoch grassroots movement that determined the U.S. election illustrates the impact that ordinary people can have when they are active and involved,” said David Rubin, former mayor of the Biblical town of Shiloh in Samaria.

Learn About the Mezuzah

The Mezuzah is the scroll, often in a decorative box, that is affixed to the doorway in Jewish homes. This fascinating video brings some great insights into this beautiful commandment. Check it out, and then shop our great mezuzah collection.

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Today’s Israel Photo

Dozens of years excavations at the Biblical Tel Shiloh have revealed countless impressive relics, such as pottery, animal remains, and weapons, among other objects, all of which provide clear-cut evidence that the area was settled as early as the 18th century BCE!

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