While Psalm 23 does not mention the Sabbath at all, it is appropriate to the themes of the Sabbath meals. It speaks of rest, comfort, and restoring the soul. It speaks of trust and assurance in God that he will provide for our needs. Learn to sing the Hebrew melody of Psalm 23 with lyrics in Hebrew and transliteration. English translation are also provided.
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State of Israel has flourished and prospered, bringing the barren desert to full bloom. Nonetheless, the redemption is not yet. We still await the time when Yeshua our Messiah will arrive and Israel and all kingdoms will be subject to him.
By Mark S. Kinzer
Taming the tongue is one of the major concerns in Jewish teachings about ethical conduct (mussar). This book contributes to the conversation from a Messianic Jewish perspective, bringing to bear the powerful teachings of Yeshua and the apostles.
To love God with all our heart requires curbing our desires, which include arrogance and maliciousness. To love God with all our life requires that we die to ourselves and live to serve God only. A hypocrite lives to serve himself and receive praise. In turn, a hypocrite does not love God with all his life.