An Ancient Journey ✡ “Abraham Journeyed From There” – Israel365

Avraham journeyed from there to the region of the Negev and settled between Kadesh and Shur.

יִּסַּע מִשָּׁם אַבְרָהָם אַרְצָה הַנֶּגֶב וַיֵּשֶׁב בֵּין־קָדֵשׁ וּבֵין שׁוּר

בראשית כ:א
va-yi-SA mi-SHAM av-ra-HAM AR-tzah ha-NE-gev va-YAY-shev bayn ka-DAYSH
u-VAYN SHUR

Shabbat Inspiration

The Torah does not provide any specific reason for Abraham’s travels. Consequently, Rabbi David Kimchi, a medieval Biblical commentator posits that Abraham continuously travels in order to dwell in the different parts of the land that Hashem gave to him.  By residing in various places, even for short periods of time, Abraham adds his own effort to acquire the breadth and width of the land promised to him.  In this way, Abraham is fulfilling God’s command “walk about the land” (Genesis 13:17). To learn more about the patriarchs’ journeys and experiences in the Land of Israel, open The Israel Bible.

Welcoming in the Sabbath

This amazing husband and wife singing duo welcomes in Shabbat with the beautiful Jewish prayer ‘Lekha Dodi’.

Joshua ‘Stopped the Sun’ With Eclipse on October 30, 1207 BCE

The Biblical patriarch Joshua ‘stopped the sun’ on October 30, 1207 BCE by way of a solar eclipse that may have been the first recorded in history, Cambridge researchers announced Monday.

Brand New: The Light That Unites

Powerful teachings that will enhance this year’s Festival of Lights (Chanukah, Dec. 12-20, 2017) with meaning and joy. Each thought is concise and accessible, perfect for sharing with family and friends.

Order now in time for Chanukah! »

The earth brought forth vegetation: seed-bearing plants of every kind, and trees of every kind bearing fruit with the seed in it. And Hashem saw that this was good. Genesis 1:12

PLANT NOW »

Today’s Israel Photo

Photo of two figures crossing a Bet Shemesh street in the early morning.

 If you enjoy your Israel365 daily email newsletter, please consider donating to one of our causes or buying products from our store and blessing the Land and the People of Israel.

Thank You to our Israel365 Store Customers

“Todah Rabbah” to Robert R. from Florida; Donna T. from California; Christine M. from Washington; Lawrann G. from Alabama.
Shop the Israel365 Store »

Thank You to our latest Tree Donors

“Todah Rabbah” to Stephen and Doris M. from Tennessee; Olga F. from Texas; Rena K. from Virginia; Rita M. from New York.
Plant Vineyards in Samaria »

Thank You to Our Holocaust Campaign Donors

“Todah Rabbah” to Kathleen T. from California; Gillion M. from the UK; John B. from India; Randolph G. from Texas.
Donate to Holocaust Survivors Now » 

Thank You

Please help us continue to spread the beauty and significance of the Land of Israel!

“I Am So Excited to See the Promised Land!”

It’s great to hear from you and make new friends from all over the world. Please send me an email and let me know how you are enjoying Israel365 (don’t forget to say where you are from!).

Dear Rabbi Tuly Weisz, it’s really a heartwarming to receive news letter coming from you. I enjoyed reading them and it lights up my mind. We are from the Philippines and we always pray for Peace for the Land and People of Israel. Whose people chosen by Adonai to be His set apart people. Right now, we study Torah and we practiced them and obey them. We believed that this the Covenant of God with Israel, a Ketuvah to which Adonai express His Love to man. We are small Torah Community here and we are going to visit the Land of Israel before this year ends. I am so excited seeing the Promised Land. Dennis Harder

Shabbat Shalom,
Rabbi Tuly Weisz
RabbiTuly@Israel365.com
Copyright © 2017 Israel365, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this email because you signed up for daily Israel Scenes and Inspiration on our website, www.israel365.com.

Our mailing address is:

Israel365

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *