The Book of Proverbs contains the collected wisdom of Shlomo, the wisest king to sit on the throne in Israel. Proverbs 1:7 sets the tone for the entire book of Proverbs. Once King Solomon has set out his purpose – to impart wisdom – in writing, he begins by identifying fear of Hashem as the root of that wisdom. Without awe of God, knowledge is empty and can be twisted for any number of negative purposes. The entire Torah, not just the Book of Proverbs, is packed full of eternal wisdom and knowledge. The Israel Institute of Biblical Studies will help you unlock these holy messages and understand the language of the Bible.
The Book of Jonah is read on Yom Kippur in synagogues in Israel and throughout the world. We can learn life lessons from the prophet Jonah and apply his great journey to our own struggles. On Yom KIppur, synagogues are packed and even worshippers who don’t ordinarily attend are present and accounted for on this holiest of days.
“Sing, O ye heavens, for Hashem hath done it; shout, ye lowest parts of the earth; break forth into singing, ye mountains, O forest, and every tree therein; for Hashem hath redeemed Yaakov, and doth glorify Himself in Yisrael.” Isaiah 44:23
Shalom. To you all. My name is Edouard Angol from the French Caribbean living in Florida,I just wrote to say Hello we are a Group of Believers in maintaining the hope that was given to the Patriarchs Abraham-Yitscaq and Yaacov we are learning the Sephardic Hebrew language.We look forward to a rapidly approaching Pesach and the Holy days of spring,The feast of unleaven bread.We enjoy eating the Matzoth for the length of the feast seven days. Keep up the Good Work and may Yahweh bless you all. Shalom. --Edouard Angol
The Book of Proverbs was written by King Solomon, the wisest king of Israel. In I Kings 3, the Bible relates how Solomon achieved such greatness. God appeared to Solomon in a dream and offered him whatever his heart desired. Young King Solomon asked only for the wisdom to guide God’s people in righteousness. So pleased was the Lord with Solomon’s request that He also granted him great wealth and success. Now YOU can expand your knowledge of Israel's history, its land and its philosophical doctrines, and all the disputes that go along with it! With The Land of Israel Online Courses, its never been easier. Sign up now to start your live classes straight from the holy land, and start enriching your Israel wisdom.
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The Book of Proverbs is the most quoted of all Scripture to this day. It was written by King Solomon, the wisest king of Israel. In I Kings 3, the Bible relates how this son of King David achieved such greatness. God appeared to Solomon in a dream and offered him whatever his heart desired. Young King Solomon asked only for the wisdom to guide God’s people in righteousness. So pleased was the Lord with Solomon’s request that He also granted him great wealth and success. This verse sets the tone for the entire book of Proverbs. Once King Solomon has set out his purpose in writing, to impart wisdom, he begins by identifying fear of the Lord as the root of that wisdom. Without awe of God,knowledge is empty and can be twisted for any number of negative purposes. Learn more with dynamic Orthodox Rabbi Aryeh Leifert, who believes that one of the biggest patches of common ground between Christians and Jews is the Wisdom of Solomon.
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Thank you for these emails. They bring back lovely memories of when we were in Israel for the Feast of Tabernacles in 2006. May Adonai bless you and keep you, may Adonai make his face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you.May Adonai lift up his countenance upon you and give you his peace. Wendy and Richard Upton, New Zealand