The goal was to create an unprecedented God-fearing society, so that even the idolatrous nations of the world would be influenced by the wisdom and intelligence of the Creator and the greatness of His chosen people, Am Yisrael.
One cannot escape the centrality of living a life of Torah in Eretz Yisrael as HaShem’s reason for creating the world.
Whosoever wishes to be loved by our Father in Heaven has no choice but to be in His promised land, as Moshe Rabbeinu so much longed to be.
Devarim Chapter 6, verse 5 instructs: “And you shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might.” What does it mean?
Events of the near future will create an environment of apprehension bordering on trepidation. All those who do not possess an irrational love for Eretz Yisrael will find reason to leave.
What was the historic role of the kohanic family, and what is it today?
Are you prepared for the final crescendo of history?
What should we learn from President Biden’s arrival in the Holy Land?
The “Invisible Hand” of HaShem sustains us today as it has done for over 3300 years. We share a common destiny; what happens to Medinat Yisrael affects every Jew in the world, regardless of their religious observance or non-observance.