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CUP OF SALVATION: A BIBLE STUDY ON PSALMS by Jewish Coffee House in partnership with David Nekrutman and Rabbi Pesach Wolicki. Join them for an in-depth discussion of Psalms 113-118, known as Hallel. This series of psalms is used in Jewish worship during biblical feasts as well as other holidays on the Jewish calendar. Why were these psalms chosen for Jewish Holy Days? How are End Times prophecies fulfilled when we recite them? Uncover layers of meaning in Scripture you never knew existed. Y ...
 
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Who would ever use Mapquest instead of Waze?! Why, Waze helps you avoid problems that you didn't even anticipate, whereas Mapquest doesn't let you avoid anything! But David argues that in our journey to G-d, Mapquest is the way to go - and is the means to achieve authentic spiritual growth.By Cup of Salvation Podcast: A Bible Study on Psalms
 
G-d informs Moses that whenever Israel recites the thirteen attributes of mercy, He will forgive them. Doesn't this sound like a type of magic trick? Isn't prayer supposed to be about building a relationship with G-d, rather than the mindless recitation of a formula? Join David and Scott as they tackle this difficult question and, in the process, h…
 
The thirteen attributes of divine mercy that appear in Exodus 34 begin with the name of G-d mentioned three times - the Tetragrammaton twice, and then the Hebrew word for "G-d." Are these all counted among the thirteen, and if so, what do they mean? Listen to David and Scott duke it out in today's Morning Drive Bible.…
 
New elections - again - in Israel, and a prime minister under threat of indictment. Impeachment hearings in the United States. Brexit throwing the United Kingdom into turmoil. The whole world feels enveloped in chaos. While every country is involved in its own problems, what is G-d's plan?By Cup of Salvation Podcast: A Bible Study on Psalms
 
On the one hand, Jewish tradition says that the merit of the forefathers was used up during the First Temple period; on the other hand, our ancestors are mentioned to this day in Jewish liturgy, and we see their merit hinted at in the Bible even after the First Temple's destruction. Join David and Scott for an enlightening explanation of this dicho…
 
There is an ancient Jewish tradition that claims that the merit of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob can be used up - and, in fact, was used up many years ago. Yet Jewish liturgy constantly invokes the merit of the fathers, as well. What's going on?By Cup of Salvation Podcast: A Bible Study on Psalms
 
Moses' fourth argument after the sin of the golden calf is that G-d should remember the merit of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. What, exactly, is this merit, and whom does it affect? Plus: the importance of wearing seat belts, and the real-life reality of the rewind button.By Cup of Salvation Podcast: A Bible Study on Psalms
 
David - with great humility - agrees with Scott's point that Moses' third argument was actually a prayer after all; meanwhile, Scott backtracks and claims that there's no difference between an argument and a prayer, anyway. Join the discussion and let us know what you think!By Cup of Salvation Podcast: A Bible Study on Psalms
 
When the people saw the golden calf, the Bible reports that, "They said, 'This is your god, O Israel, who took you up from the land of Egypt.'" (Exodus 32:4) Who is speaking? If it's Israel, why are they seemingly speaking to themselves? If it's not Israel, who else could it be? Tune in for the surprising answer.…
 
David and Scott will be off during the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles). They'll be back on Wednesday, October 23 with brand new episodes of Morning Drive Bible. In the meantime, enjoy these classic episodes.Our last episode discussed the four types of generosity. In today's Morning Drive Bible, David and Scott talk about the need for a Biblical mar…
 
David and Scott will be off during the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles). They'll be back on Wednesday, October 23 with brand new episodes of Morning Drive Bible. In the meantime, enjoy these classic episodes.After learning that You I Love - not I Love You - helps the me become a we, David and Scott offer the first of the three essential components o…
 
David and Scott will be off during the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles). They'll be back on Wednesday, October 23 with brand new episodes of Morning Drive Bible. In the meantime, enjoy these classic episodes.The best marriages are based on Nothing rather than on Something - and note the capital letter N. See how Nothing is related to the new hashtag…
 
David and Scott will be off during the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles). They'll be back on Wednesday, October 23 with brand new episodes of Morning Drive Bible. In the meantime, enjoy these classic episodes.The first model of marriage in the Bible is NOT Adam and Eve; it's God and the World. What can we learn about marriage from His relationship wi…
 
David and Scott will be off during the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles). They'll be back on Wednesday, October 23 with brand new episodes of Morning Drive Bible. In the meantime, enjoy these classic episodes.People are different; joining together in marriage seems to be illogical. Is a good marriage even possible? Can two people actually create some…
 
David and Scott will be off during the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles). They'll be back on Wednesday, October 23 with brand new episodes of Morning Drive Bible. In the meantime, enjoy these classic episodes.What's the secret to having a good marriage? Join David and Scott for an investigation into how Scripture sees the joining of two souls togethe…
 
As David and Scott prepare for the upcoming Feast of Tabernacles - Sukkot - they discuss the apparent paradox that the holiday is called "The Season of Our Gladness," while it simultaneously conveys the message that nothing is permanent. Can those two thoughts work together? You better believe it - and you will, after listening to today's episode.(…
 
As we prepare to experience the sacred day of Yom Kippur, David and Scott discuss the definition of repentance, the liturgy of the Day of Atonement, and the deeper meaning behind the shofar blasts that are blown at Yom Kippur's conclusion. May we all be inscribed in the Book of Life!By Cup of Salvation Podcast: A Bible Study on Psalms
 
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