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Waiting For the Promised Messiah

by HaShomer staff King Zedekiah of Judah was the last king to reign in the Land of Israel. Nebuchadnezzar had appointed Zedekiah king at the age of 21, but he only reigned for 11 years, from 597 – 586 BC; at which time he was taken prisoner to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar. He refused to heed […]

Genesis 3 Messianic Prophecy

by Rabbi Jeffrey Adler In the 3rd chapter of Genesis, Adam and Eve succumbed to the serpent’s (Satan’s) attempts to drive a wedge of suspicion and mistrust between them and Adonai. The serpent had seduced them into thinking that God was holding out on them and that they could overcome that by eating from the […]

Rosh Hashana Reflections

by Jonathan Feldstein Just before this past Rosh Hashana 5778, Israel’s national radio broadcast a program with a review people who had died in the past year, what their contribution was and why they are missed. This included Helmut Kohl, Chuck Berry, Mary Tyler Moore, Roger Moore, and Roger Ailes. Subsequent articles with similar lists […]

A “Day” of Atonement

by HaShomer staff Yom Kippur is a “Day” every year when our Jewish people afflict their souls, usually by fasting personally and as a nation. This is a time to repent and seek G-d’s forgiveness for the past year, imploring Him to forgive and cover our sins until the next Day of Atonement. King David, who sinned against Adonai, […]