Don’t Leave Out Part Two

Growing up in a Jewish home, attending synagogue, and Hebrew school classes, I was introduced to Abraham early and often. To the Jewish people like myself, Abraham holds a place similar but greater than George Washington does to American’s Genesis. After all, George Washington is only the father of a nation while Abraham is the father of our faith. Whether you are a follower of Judaism or Christianity, our faith begins with a conversation between Abraham and G-D. After all, we are told that we are children of Abraham through faith. See Gal 3:6-7: 6 Just as Abraham “believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness,” 7 know then that those who have faith are children of Abraham. Becau

A Father and Son Miracle

I recently attended a Men’s Conference in which the theme of the conference was “It Is A Father-Son Story Working Through A Chosen Woman.” Men had gathered to worship from 11 different states and as the main speaker stood to speak, he shared with the men that his oldest son had just been rushed to the hospital with a high fever, and after the tests, the doctors had found a tumor in his son’s spleen. Two thoughts immediately came to my mind the first was to pray for the speaker and his son and the second, why was the speaker still at the conference. My first reaction if I was that father would be to jump on a plane and get to the side of my son’s hospital bed praying the entire way. Yet here

The Faith of a Little Child

Recently, I was blessed with the opportunity to babysit the youngest two of my four grandchildren overnight. This was not the first time we babysat for these two, but it was the first time we had a bad storm during the night. My youngest grandson (almost two years old) cried for a few minutes and then went to bed sleeping like a log. He takes after his Tzade (Grandfather). But my nearly four-year-old granddaughter went to bed and was quiet until the first boom of thunder. As soon as the thunder roared, she jumped out of bed screaming. I was still awake, so I walked into her bedroom and began to attempt to comfort her. She wanted the lights on, so I put a nightlight in the room (a second one

Loving the Eternal

My grandfather was a brilliant man who stepped in to help raise my brothers and sisters after my father passed away. I was only seven when my father died, so my grandfather had much to teach me. He taught me to fish, he taught me right from wrong, he taught me to be a gentleman, and he taught me about G-D. He made sure that I attended synagogue regularly and that I went through Hebrew School and that I became a Bar Mitzvah. Because of my grandfather, I know many things. Because of him I was raised to put great value in education. But the most valuable lesson my grandfather taught me was that you can only have a truly great life if those around you were a part of your great life. He taught me

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