Will the Biden administration be good for Israel? Today's podcast shows who the world's real leaders are.
Without what we learn in today's lesson, we can't possibly understand why we make the choices in life that we do. Don't miss this:
The evil inclination never rests, so we can't either. If we don't do something every day to strengthen emuna, we won't have the emotional stamina to withstand the the major challenges that face each of us today.
While learning the Tenth Principle of Emuna, we not only learn the amazing ramifications of Hashem's omniscience and Divine Providence, but we also see how modern technology gives us a greater insight into Divine wisdom.
The Torah commands us to serve Hashem with joy, but what happens if we're getting tormented from all different directions and we just don't feel happy? Do we fake it? Is that what Hashem wants?
Today, an olive best categorizes the American Jew. We'll learn how and why in today's emuna-oriented analysis of current events in the USA.
Did you ever wonder why we put our hands over our eyes when we say the Shema prayer? How de we cope when something painful happens to us, especially right after we did a good deed or finished praying, when we can neither see nor understand what Hashem is doing to us and why? Today's podcast answers.
In the Ninth of our Thirteen Principles of Emuna, we learn how the Torah is irreplaceable and unchangeable, for it comprises the Divine wisdom that Hashem used in creating the world, as we see in several amazing examples, such as the secret of immunization, which Louis Pasteur found in the Talmud.
Today's podcast is all about the generation gap and how to bridge it.
Aliya, like everything else, only makes sense in the context of emuna. People worry about Israel's economic and military challenges as well as other difficulties when opting to remain in the Diaspora, but they rarely ask themselves the true question: what does Hashem want from me? Don't be afraid and see this: