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Simchat torah

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Studying Torah Portion Bo Part Two | Messianic Mom.    There is so much in this Torah Portion, Bo, I had to write a second part!  I haven't finished reading the Torah portion yet, so there may be more coming :-) If you ever wondered why we are Messianic or why we keep the feasts, this will help you understand.  ~Trish  http://messianicmom.com/studying-torah-portion-bo-part-two/

Wow… I’m still studying Torah Portion Bo and now I have to write a Part Two. There is so much going on here in this portion!!! In this portion we have the command to keep the Pesach (Passover) as a memorial. First I looked up the meaning of Pesach, Gesenius gives a telling definition… Pesach: …

Mini Torah Scrolls with Washi Tape

Inspiration for this craft came from one of my favorite sources for beautiful Jewish craft ideas: Creative Jewish Mom. What I love most about Mini Torah Scrolls (other than the obvious — they’re super adorable!) is the act of rolling the paper. Kiddos will get a great sense of the scroll format of

Simchat Torah Song by miYah - YouTube

Simchat Torah is a celebration. "Simchat" is the Hebrew word for "joy" and this song expresses the joy believers have once we have come to know and love Th...

Tiny Torah Treats | frugalgourmetmom

Today's project- 1.)Make the chocolate leather. Melt one pound of chocolate in the microwave. Stir to make sure all the chocolate is melted. Add 7 tablespoons of corn syrup and stir to combine. The chocolate will tighten up into a ball. Allow it to cool. This will make a lot, but it can keep covered in the fridge for a long time. 2.) Dip the ends of pretzel sticks with white chocolate and then into sprinkles. Place them on parchment paper and allow the chocolate to dry. 3.). Roll out…

Programming Note: Offline For Simchat Torah: I will be offline completely for the holiday of Simchas Torah on October 21st and October…

Programming Note: Offline For Simchat Torah: I will be offline completely for the holiday of Simchas Torah on October 21st and October…

The Joy of the Torah Simchat Torah 2015 begins in the evening of Sunday, October 4, and ends in the evening of Monday, October 5. Hag Sameah to all!

Simchat Torah 2015 begins in the evening of Sunday, October 4, and ends in the evening of Monday, October 5. Hag Sameah to all! Help us bu...

From JTeach.org: Put Your Lev Into Torah project directions - connecting lamed and bet for simchat Torah.

On Simchat Torah we conclude the reading of the Torah scroll with the letter lamed in the word Yisrael. We begin the torah again with the letter bet in bereshit. When we connect these two letters, lamed and bet, we spell lev, the Hebrew word for heart. This teaches us to put our heart and […]