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Is my friend in an abusive marriage?
My top four pieces of advice.
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God split the sea. What miracle can we do?
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Our modern take on the ancient plagues.
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What is the key to praying?
Most of the Israelites didn’t leave Egypt. How do we become free?
Aish.com’s parody from Disney’s Frozen.
What if Moses had Facebook?
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July 30, 2012 7:46 PM
bless you and thanks
with a UK hug
July 7, 2010 7:14 PM
Thanky you Aish and thank you Rabbi Pliskin. I copied the prayer and appreciate your sharing with us.
June 29, 2010 5:21 PM
Connect God Whenever You Need To And Pray With Feeling
God’s Glorious Telephone We Really Need To Use
By D.K. Milgrim-Heath©2010
Wonder about God’s communication with everyone?
We need to be open for his will to be done.
God's glorious telephone we really need to use-
He’s always connected to us please don’t refuse.
Learning about God’s completely glorious telephone –
It works forever we know we’re not alone.
Calling Heaven’s at anytime’s a good time to call-
It’s been free always to me, one and all.
Feeling those holy currents always on His line-
Keeps me knowing God’s so pure and divine.
Sometimes evil stops our holy calls in midway-
Realize God’s importance to us - get evil to leave us alone and go away.
This holy line's built lovingly only by God alone-
For His beloved children that He makes quite His own.
We talk to God heavily through His heavenly device-
Taking our time with Him accessible that’s really nice.
No service operators obstructions of any kind to direct-
God answers our calls somehow this we can expect.
Holy lines cross or grounded- so what should we do?
Praying faithfully more with promise is needed by you.
Notice bad weather or trials won't disconnect His line-
God has His words get through to us mighty fine!
Knowing as we got through our internal spirits rise-
His communication helps us become pious and wise.
June 29, 2010 2:59 PM
This recording reinforces my relationship with G-d, and helped me to reemphazise spirital growth over anything else. I got an emotional lift listening because I also feel our connection with G-d is the most important part of life. Too often I get caught up in the superficial aspects.
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