It's an active prayer. What makes us happy? It's not what you think. Stress is everywhere. Clever marketing has led us to believe in chasing happiness down a path that doesn't lead anywhere. No matter where you are in life, finding purpose is easier than you think. Rabbi evan Moffic knows the power of prayer. There is an answer.
It's not a secret. An ancient formula can help. 2000 years ago there was a prayer. A prayer for happiness. You can follow these ten practices in it. The prayer has helped thousands of people. He was called to lead a synagogue at thirty. It's in the way the words will change your life. You will discover those words in this book and the ten life-changing practices it reveals.
Get started on your new life, now, with just one click. The prayer became his guidepost. It provided him with the wisdom to lead beyond his years. It made him happy. It's not a typical prayer.
Shalom for the Heart: Torah-Inspired Devotions for a Sacred Life
134 uncover the 31 ways ancient rabbis have understood key biblical sayings And as you read, you willsoak up ancient wisdom in a five-minute devotion and prayerlaugh a little more as you get exposed to Jewish humor and wisdomfeel encouraged during a hectic dayGet Your Copy today to start bringing more Shalom into your life.
79 know the meaning of mystical Hebrew words p. When you open up this book, you'll find ways tostop worrying about being perfect by remembering only God is perfect p. With others, ourselves, with God. What if one word could change your life? What if one word made sense of what was missing. And what is possible? That word is God's promise: Shalom.
Shalom is right relationship. 9pray with intimacy and vision p. It has worked for 4000 years. In the generous spirit he is known for, Rabbi Moffic exposes Christians to the power of that ancient Hebrew word.
What Every Christian Needs to Know About the Jewishness of Jesus: A New Way of Seeing the Most Influential Rabbi in History
What would happen if you were to stop on the street and ask ten people, "Who started Christianity?" You probably hear people give you the same quick response: Jesus. But those ten people would be wrong. Jesus wasn't a Christian. Jesus lived and died as a Jew. Understanding the jewishness of Jesus is the secret to knowing him better and understanding his message in the twenty-first century.
Walking through jesus' life from birth to death, rabbi Evan Moffic serves as a tour guide to give Christians a new way to look at familiar teachings and practices that are rooted in the Jewish faith and can illuminate our lives today. Victor hugo once said "all the forces in the world are not as powerful as an idea whose time has come.
Seeing jesus as a Jew is an idea whose time has come. Get your copy now, history, and see how Rabbi Moffic weaves together theology, Jewish practices and customs to bring us closer to our God. Among the critically acclaimed highlights of this book, rabbi moffic * gives fresh insight on how Jesus' contemporaries understood him * Explores how Jesus' Jewishness shaped him * Offers a compelling new perspective on the Lord's Prayer that will forever change the way you experience these powerful words * Provides renewed appreciation for Jesus' miracles.
In encountering rabbi jesus and understanding his Jewish heritage, gain a better understanding of his message, you will see Jesus differently, and enrich your own faith.
First the Jews: Combating the World's Longest-Running Hate Campaign
This book gives the clearest and most concise explanation of where antisemitism comes from, why it continues, and how to stop its resurgence today. Interwoven is moffic's personal story as a rabbi who led his community in responding to antisemitic attacks and working with Christian leaders to stand up to them.
He answers the age-old charge that Jews killed Jesus and that Jews still dominate the media and Hollywood. In the end, you will discover the path to moving beyond old ways of thinking. You will enter into the redemptive story of overcoming the extremism and hatred spreading across our world today. . All jews must die.
Robert bowers screamed these words as he walked into a Temple and murdered 11 people. Where does this hate come from? why is it rising again in America? What do we need to do to stop it? Prepare to be stunned, shocked, and illuminated as Rabbi Evan Moffic answers these questions. He reveals why the world's oldest hatred--once thought to be over after the Holocaust--keeps coming back to life.
What Every Christian Needs to Know About Passover: What It Means and Why It Matters
Rabbi moffic begins with Jewish history and the Hebrew Bible to demonstrate how these form the root of Christianity. Some of the main principles he addresses in the book include:· jewish practices and observances and their influence on Christianity· Jewish Passover Seder and how to integrate it into Christians' Easter preparation· Root of numerous modern Christian practices, including the Eucharist and Communion· Inspiration and wisdom of the Hebrew Scriptures· Understanding and appreciation of the culture in which Jesus livedIf you are a modern Christian, who seeks to deepen your understanding of the faith you practice this book has it all.
Get your copy now, history, Jewish practices and customs, and see how Rabbi Moffic weaves together theology, and Christianity. Click the "add to cart" button to order NOW! . They include:· why should such an ancient custom matter to us?· what is the proper way of observing this day?· How can Jews and Christians work together to honor this occasion?Popular speaker and religious writer, Rabbi Evan Moffic now seeks to answer these and other essential questions about the Passover in his book; "What Every Christian Needs To Know About Passover: What It Means And Why It Matters.
A frequent speaker at churches large and small across the world, Rabbi Moffic brings a unique voice to Christian readers. Indeed, the depth of understating regarding the Last Supper that he brings to this publication will completely alter how Christians prepare for Easter and mark Communion. For millennia, the passover celebration has held so much meaning for the Jews, but other faiths are just beginning to grasp the depth of its significance.
For modern day christians, who may be celebrating at home or at church, it is the Last Supper Jesus had with his disciples before giving his life for humanity.
Einstein and the Rabbi: Searching for the Soul
His words perfectly captured what she has come to believe about the human condition: That we are intimately connected, and that we are blind to this truth. Levy leads us on a breathtaking journey full of wisdom, empathy and humor, challenging us to wake up and heed the voice calling from within—a voice beckoning us to become who we were born be.
We all long to see more expansively, to live up to our gifts, to understand why we are here. He experiences himself, his thoughts, and feelings as something separate from the rest—a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. Albert einsteinwhen rabbi Naomi Levy came across this poignant letter by Einstein it shook her to her core.
Winner of the 2017 nautilus award in the religion/spirituality of Western Thought category A bestselling author and rabbi’s profoundly affecting exploration of the meaning and purpose of the soul, inspired by the famous correspondence between Albert Einstein and a grieving rabbi. A human being is part of the whole, called by us ‘Universe, ’ a part limited in time and space.
What emerges is an inspiring, deeply affecting book for people of all faiths filled with universal truths that will help us reclaim our own souls and glimpse the unity that has been evading us. Levy wondered what had elicited such spiritual wisdom from a man of science? Thus began a three-year search into the mystery of Einstein’s letter, and into the mystery of the human soul.
Why Judaism Matters: Letters of a Liberal Rabbi to his Children and the Millennial Generation
Presented in the form of letters from a rabbi to his sons, Why Judaism Matters is common sense guidance and a road map for a new generation of young men and women who find Jewish orthodoxy, tradition, issues, and beliefs impenetrable in 21st Century society. By intimately illustrating how the tenets of Judaism still apply in our modern world, Rabbi John Rosove gives heartfelt direction to the sons and daughters of reform Jews everywhere.
The Heart of Torah, Volume 1: Essays on the Weekly Torah Portion: Genesis and Exodus
He mines talmud and midrashim, human nature, and astute commentators of other religious backgrounds to ponder fundamental questions about God, great writers of world literature, and what it means to be a religious person in the modern world. Held probes the portions in bold, original, and provocative ways.
Along the way he illuminates the centrality of empathy in Jewish ethics, the predominance of divine love in Jewish theology, the primacy of gratitude and generosity, and God’s summoning of each of us—with all our limitations—into the dignity of a covenantal relationship. In the heart of torah, rabbi shai held’s Torah essays—two for each weekly portion—open new horizons in Jewish biblical commentary.
The Gentle Weapon: Prayers for Everyday and Not-So-Everyday Moments-Timeless Wisdom from the Teachings of the Hasidic Master, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
To emerge the victors, we must arm ourselves with the most potent of weapons. Using the startling wisdom of rebbe nachman of breslov, written two hundred years ago, The Gentle Weapon will help you talk with God and enable you to hear your own voice as well.
This spiritual gem makes a loving gift to friends, family, or to ourselves when words of comfort are what’s needed the most. That weapon is prayer. Rebbe nachman of breslov the “gentle weapon” of prayer can ease the soul and strengthen the heart, while bringing us closer to God and to a deeper understanding of ourselves.
Two hundred years after he lived, the warm insights and generous wisdom of rebbe nachman of Breslov 1772–1810 continue to be a source of comfort for those in search of an uplifting perspective on life. Pour out your heart with honest openness, as if you were speaking to your very best friend.
Rebbe nachman of breslov 1772–1810 a “little treasure” of prayers that will open your heart and soul and give voice to your deepest yearnings. Life makes warriors of us all. When you pray, hold nothing back from God.
Choosing a Jewish Life, Revised and Updated: A Handbook for People Converting to Judaism and for Their Family and Friends
Married to a convert herself, diamant anticipates all the questions, provides a comprehensive explanation of the rules and rituals of conversion, and concerns, doubts, and offers practical guidance toward creating a Jewish identity. Here you will learn how to choose a rabbi, a synagogue, a denomination, a hebrew name; how to handle the difficulty of putting aside Christmas; what happens at the mikvah the ritual bath or at a hatafat dam brit circumcision ritual for those already circumcised; how to find your footing in a new spiritual family that is not always well prepared to receive you; and how not to lose your bonds to your family of origin.
Sensitive, sympathetic, and insightful, Choosing a Jewish Life provides everything necessary to make conversion a joyful and spiritually meaningful experience. As a rabbi and a convert, i appreciate this book deeply for its sensitivity to the complex feelings of those who are exploring paths to becoming Jewish, and for the deep love of Judaism it conveys.
. It is wonderful! "--rachel cowan, reassuring, and respectful style that has made her one of the most admired writers of guides to Jewish practices and rituals, co-author of Mixed BlessingsIn the same knowledgeable, Anita Diamant provides advice and information that can transform the act of conversion into an extraordinary journey of self-discovery and spiritual growth.
I will give it to every interfaith couple, and recommend that they give it to their parents.
Inner Worlds of Jewish Prayer: A Guide To Develop and Deepen the Prayer Experience
In this empowering and inspiring text, the experience of prayer can be deeply transformative and ultimately, preparation and dedication, Rav Pinson demonstrates how through proper mindset, life-altering. The instinct to pray is as ancient as instinct itself. Prayer itself has taken on countless forms, words to whispers, from offerings to song, tearful supplication to sublime silence.
Explore: *what happens when we pray * Entering the mind-state of prayer * How to incorporate the body into prayer. At times, it is a formulaic equation intended to effect change, prayer is as primitive and raw as a cry for help, flowing from a place deep within, and at times, - but always, and forever with a hope for a better future.
Learn techniques to enhance and deepen our prayer and make it a transformative experience. While attention is paid to the poetry, history, theology and contextual meaning of the prayers, the intention of this work is to provide a guide to finding meaning and effecting transformation through our prayer experience.