Passover Timeline 2017-something to think about.

The passover is a significant event to Jews and Christians. This article explains more about it and why it’s important.

Good Friday is a Myth

All over the world Christians and Catholics will be observing Holy Week, from Palm Sunday April 9 to Resurrection Sunday April 16, 2017.

The Catholic church teaches that Jesus went to the cross on a Friday and rose from the grave on a Sunday morning. It sounds right, and mostly everyone across the board accepts those days and that chronology. Only one problem! It’s completely wrong according to the biblical account of what happened. This teaching is based on 1 Corinthians 15:4 which says this:

“And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:” 1 Corinthians 15:4 (KJV)

Source: Passover Timeline 2017

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s at the Moriah College Jewish School in Sydney

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Remarks at the Moriah College Jewish School in Sydney

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu:
“Thank you all and thank you, our great friend, Malcolm Turnbull and Lucy, who have exemplified the warmth that we feel between Israel and Australia.
When you come to Australia, you feel warmth. First of all, the sun is shining, like in Israel. Secondly, people are completely informal, like in Israel. And third, there is just this vibrant friendship, a feeling of kindred spirits, and it’s on this occasion that I come here with a great privilege, with my wife Sara. It’s not the first time we’ve been to Australia, but it’s the first time that I come in the capacity of prime minister of Israel to extend the hand of friendship. That friendship, as Malcolm Turnbull had just said, extends for a century. A hundred years of friendship, and we’re celebrating now the beginning of the next one hundred years of friendship between Israel and Australia…..’

Source: The Prime Minister of Israel

 

 

The Tzaddik – Daily Dose of Wisdom

 

 

We recognize a tzadik because there is one within us.

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Source: The Tzaddik – Daily Dose of Wisdom

 Tzadik a) A wholly righteous person. In the context of Chabad literature, one who has conquered his animal impulses and is filled entirely with love and reverence for G-d. (See 93 related articles)
b) the eighteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, prounounced “tz,” with a numerical value of 90 (See 6 related articles)

Our Secret Matzah Bakery – Stories from the Samarkand Jewish Underground 

 Inside the Samarkand Jewish Underground

http://www.chabad.org/3486923

Source: Our Secret Matzah Bakery – Stories from the Samarkand Jewish Underground – Inside the Samarkand Jewish Underground