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Monday, 17 July 2017
Blessing & Not Cursing the Jewish People

Just because some people may be embarrassed by this Mitzvah or think it is archaic, doesn't mean that it doesn't have application for today.

In view of that and all else that has been presented, it would behoove both individuals and nations to receive the blessing and not the cursing that is promised for blessing and not cursing the Jewish people.

I believe Rav Sha'ul spoke on this matter in his letter to the Romans.

Mitzvah L2

Posted By Michael Rudolph, 10:18am Comment Comments: 0