Kameel Majdali says the world is going through a period of shaking. To face our fear, we must build our lives on the rock of faith.
Month: September 2021
‘Not seeking my own profit, but the profit of many.’ 1 Corinthians 10:33 NKJV Here’s a group you don’t want to be part of: ‘In the last days perilous times will come: For men will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money… lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God.’ (2 Timothy 3:1–4 NKJV) There’s nothing wrong with making money. ...Read More
Peace. A much sought after quality in our world today. Jesus left peace with us that is not of what the world gives. (John 14:27) But easier said. Stress can affect everyone, even the most grounded Christian. How then can we get that elusive peace?
More than any other time of history, we have trust issues. As our era has seen so many of the institutions that once stood as societal backbones crumble beneath scandals, lies and alternative facts, the value of trustworthiness has skyrocketed in its scarcity.
Probably more than any other doctrine in the Christian faith, the doctrine of the Trinity is the most difficult one for Jewish people to deal with. Trying to get their head around God having a Son who came to earth in human form is just too great a stretch to believe. They’re not alone either, ...Read More
‘He who has pity on the poor lends to the Lord, and He will pay back what he has given.’ Proverbs 19:17 NKJV Here are four ways in which you can express kindness and generosity towards others. (1) Giving your time. Giving a few hours of your time to someone, especially if you’re a busy person, can ...Read More
Bombarded? Overwhelmed? That was what Lorrene McClymont felt too. But she found ways to turn it all upside down, or right side up.
I read a really easy to understand history of Simchat Torah from an article written by Rabbi Shlomo Brody which I’ll provide the link for at the end of the notes if you’re interested in reading it. Simchat Torah means ‘rejoicing in the Torah.’ The Torah scrolls are treated with incredible reverence and are protected ...Read More