T.D. Jakes - The Giraffe & Turtle #Oprah #LifeClass
If you have a few minutes to spare, watch this! Wow."You can not explain to a turtle a giraffe decision" - TD Jakes
שַׁבָּת שָׁלוֹםPosted by Rabbi Yeshuah HaMashiach & the Authentic Torah Observant Yehudim. on Friday, December 12, 2014
How to ask for the Shabbat [sabbath] Off from Work.
A MUST READ!!!! READ THIS BEFORE WATCHING!!I've never written a letter. This video was sent to me years ago.You must remember, you have to take care of the one who takes care of you.I met a brother several years ago that knew the way.For two years he continued to work on Shabbat.I explained to him that ELOHIM would provide, all he had to do is be obedient, and keep shabbat SET-APART, & NOT WORK. He said he understood, but kept working.One day, I received a call. Another person had informed me that the brother had an accident at work on Shabbat, and had been killed.This was seven years ago. Now, he cannot provide for anyone, and the money does him no good. OBEDIENCE IS BETTER THAN SACRIFICE [Shmuel Alef 15:22]. Be blessed.THE SHABBAT IS HOLY. WE ARE COMMANDED NOT TO WORK.ALL sin literally means breaking the TORAH ( SIN = TRANSGRESSION OF THE LAW.)Here is a letter you can use to ask for the Shabbat, and ALL other Holy Days off.Posted by Malkah Kohen Kol Bamidbar on Sunday, December 4, 2011
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Amazing.........MUST WATCH.Posted by Xlive Africa on Sunday, December 20, 2015
You Gotta Jump To Be Successful
After I tape an episode at Family Feud I spend a few more minutes with the audience. I talk about jumping.Posted by Steve Harvey on Wednesday, January 13, 2016
How To Affix A Mezuzah מְזוּזָה "doorpost"?
The word mezuzah comes from the Hebrew word "doorpost". Doorpost because that is where we place a mezuzah.The words of the Shema (Deut. 6:4-9) and another passage, (Deut.11:13-21) ; is written on a parchment scroll . On the back of the scroll is written the name of ELOHIM.This scroll is rolled up and placed in the mezuzah case so that the first letter in the front of the scroll (the letter Shin) is seen to the eye.A mezuzah can be made of practically anything: glass, wood, plastic, ceramic, clay, metal, but no matter what it's made of, the important part of the mezuzah is the parchment inside.The words of the Shema (Deut. 6:4-9) and another passage, (Deut.11:13-21) ; is written on a parchment scroll.On the back of the scroll is written the name of YHVH.This scroll is rolled up and placed in the mezuzah case so that the first letter in the front of the scroll (the letter Shin) is seen to the eye.The mezuzah case with scroll is placed on the upper third right side of the doorpost and at an angle slanting inward towards the room or house. It is nailed and the following blessing is recited:Barukh atah, Elohaynu, melekh ha-olamBlessed are you,our Elohim, king of the universe.asher keedishanu b'meetzvotav v'tzeevanu leek'boa mezuzahwho has sanctified us with His commandments and commanded us to affix a mezuzahA mezuzah is to be touched and thereafter kiss the fingers that touched it.This gesture should remind us of the presence of YHVH in his good deeds and to show our love and respect.Finally, if you do make the decision of moving to a new residence remove the mezuzah(mezuzot). The reason for this is that many people who have no knowledge of the great significance of this symbol may destruct or abuse it which will be a sorrowful event.Posted by Malkah Kohen Kol Bamidbar on Thursday, June 23, 2011