After the Trump Administration declares the Jewish Communities in Judea and Samaria legal by international law, Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel, an orthodox Jewish rabbi from Judea, thanks American Christians for their support of Israel.
We beseech You Hashem, save us, please. We implore You Hashem, make us succeed, please. (Psalm 118:25)
Thank Hashem for He is good. His kindness endures forever. (Psalm 118:1)
This is the day Hashem made, let us rejoice and be happy in it. (Psalm 118:24)
Happy are those who sit in Your House, they shall continue to praise you, Selah! (Psalm 84:5)
Happy are the people for who this is so, happy are the people who’s God is Hashem. (Psalm 144:15)
I will exalt You, my God, the King, and bless Your name forever and all time.
Every day I will bless you and praise your name forever.
You open Your hand and satisfy every living thing with desire.
The Lord is close to all who call on Him, to all who call on Him in truth.
The days following Tisha b’Av have always presented themselves as being some of the most challenging days of the year. There is always something new in the air, but it’s quite hard and difficult to put a finger on it.
The relief of being done with the mourning while shifting the focus onto the more exciting part of the summer is always nice. But on the other hand, there is a voice deep down inside of us that refuses to be ignored…
Thank you Living Everlasting King, for You have restored my soul in me with compassion – Your faith is abundant. (First sentence in the Siddur, prayer book)
And I am my prayer to You Hashem, may it be a time of favor, God, in your abundant kindness answer me with the truth of Your salvation. (Psalm 69:13)
The whole world is filled with Your Glory (Isaiah 6:3).
There is nothing other than Him (Deuteronomy 4:35).
Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel delivers one of the most inspirational speeches about Israel and electrifies the packed audience in the largest Synagogue in Canada during Mizrachi’s annual Israel Independence Day, Yom Ha’atzmaut, Celebration.
In this powerful address to International March of the Living, Ari Abramowitz shares his moving testimony of the greatness of Israel’s fallen. Mikey Levin, Ari Fuld, Koby Mandell, and other heroes of Israel.
Starting your day with music, rhythm and poetry composed by king David himself opens your heart to gratitude reorients us to our purpose and mission directs and our inner self towards the ultimate good. Click here to download the full music album and Pre-Order the EBook “The Ancient Judean Way to Start Your Day”