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Chol Moed Pesach 5784

“Let my people go” This very special Shabbat falls in the middle of Pesach when we celebrate and commemorate the Eternal saving us from slavery in Egypt. Many of our sages call it the “festival of freedom” because it represents a “leap” from being slaves to being free. It is a moment when we rose […]

Shabbat Chol Ha Moed Pesach 5783

Excerpt Taken from Ranebi’s Message on Nisan 17, 5780 Pesach: A Festival of Thanksgiving From Exodus 34:6-7, where the LORD is speaking to Moshe, our sages have drawn a beautiful teaching called “The 13 Attributes of the Bore Olam”. Let’s examine them and put them into today’s context. ו  וַיַּעֲבֹר יְהוָה עַל-פָּנָיו, וַיִּקְרָא, יְהוָה יְהוָה, אֵל […]

Pesach 8th Day 5782

Is there an Eighth Day of Pesach? To listen to the message click on the following link: We sometimes follow tradition blindly. The Eighth day of Pesach says it all. in the Torah there is no eighth day of Pesach only seven, so why do we all celebrate it? Our sages can be overzealous […]

Pesach Day One 5782

15 Nisan 5782 Click on the link to listen to the recorded message: The Significance of Pesach For one moment let’s forget everything that we think we know about Pesach and allow ourselves to see another perspective. Imagine that night; the people were all in their homes, whether Israelite or non-Israelite, whether slave or […]

Pesach Seventh Day 5781

21 Nisan 5781 Am I Still a Slave? In Matthew 4: 3-4 it is written: ” The tempter came to him and said, “If you are the son of God, (which is a messianic title) tell these stones to become bread.” Yeshua replied: “It is written that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word […]

Pesach 5781 Day 1

Thank you for allowing me to bring you a message on Shabbat HaGadol, the Great Shabbat before Pesach. I am not a biblical scholar like our rabbi was, however, before anyone can be a teacher, he has to be a student and I am a student of life and I love the principles that our […]

Pesach Chol ha Moed 5780

Nisan 17, 5780 Passover: A Festival of Thanksgiving On this intermediary Shabbat, we pause from the regular Torah readings and turn to Pesach. Right now, we are isolated within our homes and even though we are separated from each other, we are looking forward to the end of this pandemic. It is my desire that […]

Pesach 5776

a Festival of Freedom 15 Nisan  5776 I want to bring you a geopolitical idea for today.  If we compare the ruler of Egypt at the time of Pesach with the powers of today, we could say that it is the United States, or the European Union or even the United Nations. It was an […]

Pesach 5776

15 Nisan 5776 פֶּסַח, ניסן ט”ז, תשע”ו  פרשת   Chag Pesach Sameach.  This festival is the first of the seven festivals with Shabbat as the covering for all of the others as found in Leviticus 23. In Exodus 12 we are told that the first of Nisan is the first month of the year for […]