Getting Over the Hump

Priming our Passover potential.

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(2) Jacob ben Abraham, April 16, 2008 10:08 AM

Superior SERMON

I wish and hope that our Rabbi would come up to the standards of Rabbi Yaakov Salomon. I have been a student of Jewish studies all my life and its been an
interesting and sometimes scaring life, but I always believe - that our G-D is close by to guide me. Passover to me is a day of memory a day of scheduling for my and my families love and understanding of the meaning of believe and love towards your fellow human.
Thank you Rabbi Salomon

(1) Anonymous, April 13, 2008 10:27 PM

breaking free

All too often, we become overwhelmed by what we think we cannot do, usually due to the wrong attitude. It's important to break free, try, and learn what we can do and accomplish.

I would hope to pray in breaking free from certain temptations of the secular world that attempt to solicit me their version of religion, which is most often idolotrous confusing the difference between G-d and the Messiah as one in the same.

It's not easy for one's worries to take a vacation or one taking a vacation from his/her worries.

This spring and passover I hope to have good, significant progress in my career, because I work hard and am eager to impress employers (though I probably shouldn't try too hard at it).

All in all, I hope and pray that Jews will continue being Jewish, and that we the Jews can hopefully ward off missionaries to the point they go away and no longer harass us.


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