The Torah instructs us to set apart the Sabbath day as holy. Separation is the essence of holiness. At the onset of the Sabbath, we mark it by the lighting of candles and by reciting Kiddush. Likewise, when the Sabbath ends we do not let it just fade into the mundane week, but we end it with a beautiful ceremony called Havdalah, meaning “separation” or “distinction.” Mark the Sabbath day with distinction and the new week with light, joy, gladness, and honor with the Havdalah ceremony.
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Hitler, Poljak, and the Signs of the Times
Messianic Jewish pioneer Abram Poljak (1900-1963) believed that Adolf Hitler was possessed by a demonic being that directed his decisions and assisted his rise to power. Moreover, Poljak believed that Hitler was a forerunner of the Âantichrist. This Vine of David collection of Poljak’s writings on the subject augments his Âoriginal booklet