Rashi, the great Torah commentator, asks why Moses said that he was commanding the people the laws of the Torah “today”, if in reality the Torah had been given 38 years prior. He explains that we must always look at the teachings of the Torah as if they are new and exciting, as if they were given today, and not think of them as outdated or relics of the past. If we look for them, there are always new lessons of growth of inspiration to be found in the words of the Torah. The Yeshiva for the Nations is a new and exciting program offered by Israel365 which enables non-Jews to receive an authentic Jewish education to keep in your heart. By signing up for a course through the Yeshiva for the Nations, you are truly fulfilling the word of God by studying his eternal word on "this day".
The Jewish people can point to the exact moment 3,637 years ago when Jewish history began. It was during the very first conversation between Abraham and God 3 millennia ago that Jewish history was launched.
Jerusalem, circumscribed by walls since it was a tiny hamlet inhabited by Jebusites thousands of years ago, is finally fulfilling its prophesied destiny as an unwalled city – a reality which seemed almost impossible until very modern times.
The Torah is more than a book of laws; it is the legacy of the Jewish people. It tells of the creation of a nation chosen to be the emissaries of God. The Torah begins with the story of creation so that there can be no question that the Land of Israel belongs to the Jewish People. From the beginning, God intended for the People of Israel to do His holy work from the holy Land of Israel, and that from there their light would emanate. May our study of the Israel Bible strengthen each of our appreciation for the Land of Israel.
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