The words of today's verse are reminiscent of the description of the return of the exiled Jews to the Land of Israel found in Psalms (126:2): “then was our mouth filled with laughter.” It is often said that what causes someone to laugh is an unexpected ending. While he is in the midst of his suffering, it is almost impossible for Job to imagine relief from his misery. Similarly, the Jewish people in exile could not always envision an actual redemption. When it comes, therefore, it not only causes feelings of happiness and joy but laughter as well. Through the power of technology, the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies has discovered unique methods to teach Hebrew in such a way that you will find yourself filled with joy as they encourage you to discover the Hebrew expert within!
Throughout the Bible, we learn of the holiness of the Ark of the Covenant that held the Tablets brought down by Moses from Har Sinai just weeks after the Exodus from Egypt. But what is the essence of the Holy Ark? The Israel Institute of Biblical Studies is here to show you!
When Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, widely known as the father of modern Hebrew, revived the Biblical language, he sought a certain purity. Ironically, numerous words used by Hebrew speakers actually sound just like English words we know and use every day!
For many years, it seemed as if there were no archaeological remains from the period when the Israelite nation entered the Land of Israel as recorded in the book of Joshua. Recent investigations have revealed hundreds of priorly unknown Israelite sites from this historical period. Watch now to witness breathtaking discoveries of archaeological evidence of the Jewish Nation entering the Promised Land.