Believe in Miracles
Pray For Our Soldiers and the Jewish People
The most powerful weapon in the Jewish People's arsenal is, was and always shall be prayer. Now perhaps more than ever in our lifetime, G-d is waiting for and listening to our prayers. Whether that prayer is in your own words, from a siddur (prayer book) or from a passage in our Bible, your sincere, heart-felt prayers count and are added to the myriad of prayers and blessings that make up the spiritual armor protecting the soldiers and people of Israel.
The ultimate Iron Dome
Weapons, technology, strength and intelligence are but tools that G-d uses as He wills. Rather than putting our faith and trust in the Iron Domes of the world, which will inevitably fail us, our Creator wants us to connect and cling to the eternal protector, guardian, sanctuary and shelter--G-d.
Rabbi Lazer Brody blesses soldier
Many rabbis from all over Israel have visited the soldiers at their bases near Gaza to pray, talk and dance with them, hand out food and supplies as well as give them spiritual armor in the form of tzitzis (4 cornered garment with fringes), psalms and the laying of tefillin (phylacteries).
IDF soldiers praying before battle
There is a hunger for spirituality among many IDF soldiers as they connect more to G-d and their Jewish heritage. Tefillin and tzitzis are in great demand as are prayer books and books of psalms or tehillim. Morale is very high and there is a strong feeling of brotherhood.
Pray for the Jewish people
Whether you pray at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, in your synagogue anywhere in the world or in your own home, now is the time for every Jew and friend of Jews to turn to our Father in heaven and pray for His protection and mercy for Israel and the Jewish people. If not now...when?
"G-d is Once Again Showing Us Miracles," Says Israel's 100-Year Old Torah Leader
The highly respected 100-year-old Rabbi Aharon Leib Steinman, considered one of our generation’s greatest Torah scholars, recently spoke on Israel’s current war with Hamas.
“[At all times,] our whole life is a miracle, [but] in recent days we see miracles and wonders that surpass nature,” Rabbi Steinman was quoted as saying.
There isn’t a single person among the Jewish people who has not seen these miracles taking place across the Land of Israel now, Rabbi Steinman explained, and we must be genuinely aware of G-d’s interventions to protect us and save us.
Rabbi Steinman quoted Maimonides’ Torah commentary from the end of Parshas Bo (Exodus 10:1–13:16) that says the world is run by miracles, but we have become accustomed to them, referring to the day-to-day of the world as “natural.” However, the Rabbi continued, the so-called natural is in itself a miracle. The manna that fell from heaven daily in the desert is an example of this. The Jewish people knew the manna came from G-d, but they became so accustomed to it every day that they viewed it as something expected and normal.
“…All our life is a miracle,” added Rabbi Steinman. “[But] people do not notice it, because they have become acclimated to it, and that's what we say in prayer three times a day, “‘Your [G-d’s] miracles are with us every day; the entire world is a miracle.’"
Rabbi Steinman also said that during the time of Jeremiah the Prophet, people lacked trust in G-d. When asked why they were not engaged in Torah study, the people answered that they had to earn a living. Today, G-d is once again showing us miracles, said Rabbi Steinman, to remind and compel us to remember that even if we do not see with our own eyes, it is all miracles. See more at: