But if a gentile sinned accidentally, then even the gentile has a way to repent so long as it was not done with malice. That’s why a gentile is allowed to bring certain sacrifices to the Temple.
In order to prepare people for their shofar blowing, Biltz’s website includes a brief video of an expert Jewish shofar blower and a document that explains the sequence and significance of the traditional 100 shofar blasts that are done on Rosh Hashana.
After being called upon, Malachi broke down in tears saying that he’s “dreamed about this moment all week.” He stepped up and both slaughtered the lamb and helped burn it on the altar.
This coming Sunday, September 15, former Member of Knesset Rabbi Yehudah Glick is inviting Jews and non-Jews alike to a special program through his newly established Shalom Jerusalem Foundation. The purpose of the gathering is to prepare for the upcoming holiday of Rosh Hashana.
You could feel the spiritual clash and tension in the air as this conflict rolled out in real-time before us. Many people silently prayed in their hearts that the conflict would be resolved and that the Jews would be allowed to ascend the Temple Mount.
Much of the conference will be dedicated to the seven principles incumbent upon all mankind given to Noah after the Biblical flood. A lecture on the subject will be given by the chairman of Brit Olam – Noahide World Center Rabbi Oury Cherki.
Sanhedrin to Host Conference of 70 Nations to Take Place on Anniversary of Creation of the World: Nations Answer Call
The conference is to bring together all of the nations under the common belief in the sanctity of the Bible
If there was ever a quintessentially Jewish holiday, it’s Purim, when the Jewish people were threatened by Haman, a descendant of Amalek, and saved by God’s hidden hand. Even so, we find examples of people from the Nations being inspired by the story of Purim and even gathering to mark the day alongside the Jewish people.
On Tuesday, February 26, over 20,000 Jewish women gathered in over 100 different locations worldwide to dance, sing and pray for the arrival of the Messianic era.
As a result of a social media misunderstanding, thousands of Jewish women worldwide will get together on the evening of Tuesday, February 26 for gatherings of song, prayer and dance, to help usher in geula (the final redemption).