The more world events become apocalyptic, the more people begin talking about Moshiach. From time to time, we hear voices that claim to know when Moshiach is coming. Is it possible to really know when Moshiach will arrive? Let's get some answers.
Who doesn't want more love in their lives? Now is the time to get it.
Today's podcast is not only enjoyable and inspiring, but it gets quite a bit done in 6 minutes, as follows:
1. Takes the confusion out of our task in Elul;
2. Provides simple but effective preparation for Rosh Hashanah;
3. Guarantees good health and adequate income.
Who can refuse such a deal? Not only does it not cost you a cent, but you may download this mp3 and share it with as many people as you like, courtesy of Emuna Beams and our wonderful supporters who, with Hashem's loving help, make this happen.
This is the emuna rendition of Elton John's "Candle in the Wind"
Arrangement, music and vocal: David Dome
Lyrics: Rabbi Lazer Brody
This old Jewish parable helps us prepare for a wonderful New Year, with advice that's good for all of us, no matter who we are.
Think about what you'd rather be - a leaf, a branch or a root. This is a parable about our true source of vitality.
Every day here in Israel, we read about another threat of elections. The different political parties are at each other's throats and that's why I don't support any of them. They don't represent the nation of Israel or national unity. Let me tell you about the real Israel, the Israel that is about to bring Moshiach.
First aid for depression:
1. Get up
2. Call out to God
3. GO FORWARD - the two most important words you'll ever need to know
Today's podcast is our Emuna Beams summary and analysis of the August 4, 2020 blast in Beirut. You'll learn here some shocking facts that the conventional media won't tell you, or doesn't even know. For example, the sinister Nasralla had stockpiled 6 million pounds of deadly aluminum nitrate in the Port of Beirut.
The terrible aspect about failing to judge others fairly is that it's a 2-in-1 transgression that is also considered Lashon Hara, or evil speech. Many people don't even know that they're violating this important commandment, so they invoke troubles in life that cannot imagine, Heaven forbid. Here's an eye-opening true story of how failing to judge a person fairly lead to tons of Lashon Hara on social media. This podcast is a must-hear, especially before Rosh Hashana, because it could save you tons of grief.