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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Names of Messiah in Jewish Sources
An inspiring book that introduces the reader into the rich background and meaning behind the names of the Messiah. It is a beautifully designed and presented hardcover book containing some 101 names of Messiah, with extensive references to biblical and non-biblical sources.
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.