Deuteronomy 32:1-52 || 2 Samuel 22:1-51

Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel:
«Our lives are a song whose words and melody are co-authored by ourselves and our Creator. We must take care to hear G-d’s voice and harmonize with His will. This is but one of the lessons we can glean from Ha’azinu, read this year on the Shabbat between Yom Kippur and Sukkot. If we have successfully re-tuned our souls on Yom Kippur we will be able to clearly hear G-d’s music as we sit in our sukkot, which are open to the star and the sounds that surround us. The festival of Sukkot reveals the secret of true joy and true music. Having been judged favorably and sealed for life, we are full of confidence and ready for a whole new beginning: Let the music play»…more:

Shabbat Shalom veHag Sukkot Sameach
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Eric Martienssen

Since my secession from the Church in 2009, my Jewish Orthodox friends in Israel and I have been following the Fake News of Rome in articles and political Shabbat commentaries on GSI (God's Sabbath Int.). The former Pontiff destroyed the dwelling place of God, the temple in Jerusalem – fact! Was the New Testament and the Church just a world dominance inspired business idea of Rome? What is politics today? Enjoy your trip on GSI.