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Monday Devotional: The God of Our Salvation

This week’s Torah portion is a double reading. The first section is called Tazria which means “to conceive” as in: “A woman who becomes pregnant . . .” The second selection is called Metzora which means “diseased,” as in: “These are the regulations for any diseased person . . .” (Leviticus 14:2). The Jewish sages teach that these portions, which are read on the same Sabbath on most years, have a deep connection. But what could possibly be the connection between giving birth and being diseased?

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Rabbi’s Commentary
Two Are Better Than One

Two Are Better Than One

April 20, 2017

God reminds us that we weren’t designed to face difficulties alone. I see this concept at work every day as our loving community of Fellowship supporters blesses people in need, reminding them that they are not alone.

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Yael’s Corner
IDF soldiers confronted by Palestinians glorifying terrorist Marwan Barghouti

Choose Life

April 19, 2017

This week the media portrayed a Palestinian terrorist and murderer as anything but. Yael writes that this same media should focus on those who embrace life.

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