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The Shofar

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A shofar is the horn of an animal, used as a musical instrument for Jewish religious ceremonies. It's mostly used during the Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, although it used to be used more often during biblical times. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kipp

How to Sound a Shofar

How to Sound a Shofar: A shofar is the horn of an animal, used as a musical instrument for Jewish religious ceremonies. It's mostly used during the Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, although it used to be used more often during biblical times. Rosh Hashanah and Yo…

Yom Kippur is the outward expression of our inward repentance. Land of Honey Quotes About New Year, Year Quotes, Yom Kippur Quotes, Yom Teruah, Feasts Of The Lord, Sabbath Rest, Feast Of Tabernacles, Messianic Judaism, Prayer And Fasting

Do we need still Yom Kippur?

There is much confusion about whether or not Yom Kippur still needs to be observed today and it comes from this myth: that Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement. It’s not. The root of kippur is kapar (Strong’s 3722), which means covering. Yom Kippur is the Day of Covering. Atonement is another word entirely, with different etymological roots. The Bible does not refer to Yom Kippur as the Day of Atonement. Atonement means, “to stand as an equivalent, satisfaction, to make amends, or to procure…

Forgiveness, but when spoken it sounds more like: "s'lee'chah." This word is also used to say, "excuse me" or "pardon me" as in "will you please forgive me? Biblical Hebrew, Hebrew Words, Faith Scripture, My Bible, Hebrew Quotes, Learn Hebrew, Praise The Lords, Word Of The Day, Torah

Forgiveness, but when spoken it sounds more like: "s'lee'chah." This word is also used to say, "excuse me" or "pardon me" as in "will you please forgive me?"

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Free Jewish Feast of Trumpets - Yom Teruah Printables

Shalom Chavarim (Hello friends) As the Fall Jewish High Holy Days are approaching we are busily getting prepared. Our last big season was in the Spring with the Spring Feasts, so we have had a little break. Now the Biblical 7th Month is approaching and it is time to prepare for the sound of the Shofar! What are we doing differently? Well cleaning, planning meals, and fun activities - oi vey - I have got a lot to do! I just wanted to pop in here on the blog and share some freebies with all of…

Candle Sticks for Yom Kippur.

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May your fast be easy, and your transgressions be covered. Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur, Psalm 121, Psalms, Love Your Enemies, Rosh Hashanah, Lord And Savior, Torah, Heavenly Father

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My family’s all-time favorite sweet noodle kugel – the star of any Yom Kippur break-fast. Kosher Recipes, Gourmet Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Kosher Food, Passover Recipes, Jewish Recipes, Passover Food, Israeli Recipes, German Recipes

How to Host a Yom Kippur Break-the-Fast Party

Host a delicious and low-key Yom Kippur Break-the-Fast party with these tips, recipes and ideas!

As we gather to reflect the year that has passed this Yom Kippur, let's acknowledge the soldiers of Israel Defense Forces. It's because of their relentless work safeguarding Israel and Jews worldwide that we are able to celebrate openly and freely.

Best Foods and Drinks to Break Yom Kippur Fast - Jewish Food Hero Yom Kippur, Jewish Recipes, Rosh Hashanah, Vegan, Healthy Choices, Jewish Food, Healthy Living, Good Food, Food And Drink

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facebook tw:itter pinterest email facebook tw:itter pinterest email Making good food choices to break the Yom Kippur fast eases your body out of the 25-hour fast in a supportive way (your digestive system will thank you). Here are food and drink ideas to inspire you to make healthy choices following your fast. Drinks Your body needs hydration (yes, more than food) following the fast. ... Read More

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"Three books are opened in heaven on Rosh Hashana one for the completely wicked one for the completely righteous and one for those in between. The completely righteous are immediately inscribed in the book of life. The completely wicked are immediately inscribed in the book of death. The fate of those in between is suspended until Yom Kippur" writes Rabbi Yohanan. We feel that the last group addresses us all. Those 10 days of Repentance could be seen as a trial of our attitude toward our… Hebrew Tattoo, Yom Kippur, Book Of Life, Abstract Tattoos, Tattoo Designs, Rabbi, Cool Stuff, Feelings, 10 Days

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"Three books are opened in heaven on Rosh Hashana one for the completely wicked one for the completely righteous and one for those in between. The completely righteous are immediately inscribed in the book of life. The completely wicked are immediately inscribed in the book of death. The fate of those in between is suspended until Yom Kippur" writes Rabbi Yohanan. We feel that the last group addresses us all. Those 10 days of Repentance could be seen as a trial of our attitude toward our…

This evening begins the holiest day of the year in Judaism. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is a day of deep self-reflection. Many Jews fast and engage in intensive prayers. We wish all those who observe the day an easy and, more importantly, a meaningful fast. May we all have the strength to look inside, admit our wrongdoings and find the courage to initiate change. May you, your family and your loved ones be signed into the book of life. Vertical Tattoo, May We All, Yom Kippur, Christian Symbols, Atonement, Hebrew Tattoos, Judaism, The Covenant, Book Of Life

This evening begins the holiest day of the year in Judaism. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is a day of deep self-reflection. Many Jews fast and engage in intensive prayers. We wish all those who observe the day an easy and, more importantly, a meaningful fast. May we all have the strength to look inside, admit our wrongdoings and find the courage to initiate change. May you, your family and your loved ones be signed into the book of life.