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Jerusalem Prayer List

By Joseph Shulam Last Shabbat we finished reading the book of Leviticus and this next Shabbat we are starting the book of Numbers.  In Hebrew the names of the Bible books are not logical names.  The names of the Biblical books, and especially in the Torah are normally the first word of the text.   Exodus is the book that tells the story of the Exodus of the children of Israel from the slavery in Egypt, but in Hebrew it is called “Names” – Shemoth in Hebrew.  Leviticus means “The book of the Levites” – this makes sense when you look…

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The Jerusalem Prayer List – February 27, 2014

I arrived in Brazil on February 21st, from Atlanta, GA, through Miami and went direct to the city of Curitiba. The brothers and sisters in Curitiba received me royally and the fellowship and sharing was wonderful. I see great progress in the Sar-El congregation in this fine city. The leadership is being trained and for the first time in may years I see a very bright future for that fine group of brothers and sisters. On Tuesday, February 24th, I came to Belo-Horizonte. Yuda was already here and from the landing until now I have been busy teaching and doing…

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New Website

Excuse our website as we are making improvements.  We are switching to WordPress and will have some new exciting features and content. Also we are switching out mail lists to MailChimp so you should notice the Jerusalem Prayer list will look a little different and improved. Blessings, Netivyah staff

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The Jerusalem Prayer List – August 9th, 2013

The Jerusalem Prayer List – August 9th, 2013 By Joseph Shulam From Nashville, Tennessee. We are visiting our son Barry and his family in the Nashville area, and also keeping a busy schedule of meetings every day doing some teaching. Visiting Nashville, Tennessee is a bit like a homecoming for Marcia and for me. Every time that we come here the thing that is most vivid for me is the changes that are taking place in the churches around Nashville. One of these big changes is that the preachers and pastors don’t carry a Bible any more they carry an…

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