5 edition of Small miracles for the Jewish heart found in the catalog.
|Statement||Yitta Halberstam & Judith Leventhal.|
|Contributions||Leventhal, Judith, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||BL625.93 .M36 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 263 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||2004301711|
Pharaoh does not believe Moshe’s message from Hashem. The Torah states that Pharaoh's heart is unmoved. This pagan’s heart is unmoved by miracles but the Jewish heart is supposed to leap at a miracle performed by Jesus, Peter, Paul or some other New Testament leader. Because of a miracle Jews are expected to convert to Christianity. After “Small Miracles” – which appeared on the New York Times best-seller list, as well on several other best-seller lists – seven books followed in the series, with many focusing on specific themes: women, love and friendship, the Jewish heart, families and the Holocaust.
In Small Miracles of the Holocaust a magnificent hardcover work timed with the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht (night of the broken glass) authors Yitta Halberstam and Judith Leventhal have collected over 50 remarkable Holocaust and post-Holocaust coincidences that . THE NEW TESTAMENT MIRACLES OF JESUS Year 1 – Quarter 3 by F. L. Booth © F. L. Booth Zion, IL This Bible Class Book is copyrighted by F.L. Booth. This book may not be placed on any other Web site, but churches are free to print copies of this book for their Bible Size: 2MB.
A Heart Full of Miracles book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A Heart Full Of JoyAbby Merganser believes in rainbows and /5. Why do we recognize the miracles of Hanukkah and Purim in a different manner than the biblical miracles? The answer goes to the heart of a remarkable distinction Judaism made between two kinds of miracles. The world acknowledges supernatural miracles performed by God; Jews acclaim miracles that result from super human efforts of mankind as well.
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Small Miracles For The Jewish Heart: Extraordinary Coincidences from Yesterday and Today: Halberstam, Yitta, Leventhal, Judith, Mandelbaum, Yitta Halberstam: : Books.
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saving. Want to Read. Currently Reading/5(2). Small Miracles of the Jewish Heart is a book of experiences that will leave you clutching your heart, grabbing for tissue and calling your friends.
In this particular “miracles” book, each of the stories has a connection to Judaism or a Jewish experience. Stories of small miracles can be about happenings of greater or lesser amazement and meaningfulness. One of the most surprising and memorable stories that I encountered in this book was by a man who went on vacation with his family to Disneyland in LA.
His mother really wanted to go along too/5(37). and Judith Leventhal, second-generation Holocaust survivors, are the authors of six titles in the best-selling Small Miracles series, including Small Miracles for the Jewish Heart /5(70).
Small Miracles For The Jewish Heart - Jewish Used Books is a Used Book Store offering Discount Book Prices. Yitta Halberstam and Judith Leventhal are the bestselling authors of the Small Miracles series. Both have experienced an inordinate number of coincidences firsthand. Halberstam is a writer and lecturer on spirituality whose work has appeared in many magazines, including Parade, New York, Money, and Working Woman.
by: 1. Small Miracles, is a page turner filled with real life stories collected by the author that portray the amazing wonder of coincidences or rather, how life is just one miracle happening after another.
This is a real simple book and none of these inspiring tales go over 7 pages/5. Least-Known Jewish Miracles 03/18/ am ET Updated Almost everyone is familiar with the story of the miracle of Chanukah, that the Hasmoniam found a vial of pure oil with the seal of the High Priest with just enough oil to light for one.
Healing Miracles For The Heart ® © Post Office Box — Cullman, Alabama The concern over heart attacks and heart disease in the U.S. is at the top of the worry list along with cancer.
These are the number two and three causes of death. Only iatrogenic causes, deaths from the medical system itself, exceed them. Heart disease. Description of the book "Small Miracles for the Jewish Heart: Extraordinary Coincidences from Yesterday and Today": Each Small Miracles book is a collection of more than sixty heartwarming stories that recall remarkable coincidences that have changed people's ordinary lives.
A Small Miracle Happened by Mari Donne B- This is a short sweet and sometimes sexy novella set mainly over the 8 nights of Hanukkah Dan is a Jewish man (although he doesnt keep kosher, it is nevertheless part of his heritage) in a new town over Hanukkah/5.
Miracles in the Old Testament. Mark - For they considered not the miracle of the loaves: for their heart was hardened. God did many miracles throughout the Bible, and in the Old Testament there were many miracles surrounding the nation of Israel that the entire world heard about.
Below is a list of several Old Testament miracles. Jodi Picoult is the author of twenty-six novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers Small Great Things, A Spark of Light, Leaving Time, The Storyteller, Lone Wolf, Between the Lines, Sing You Home, House Rules, Handle with Care, Change of Heart, Nineteen Minutes, and My Sister’s Keeper/5.
Small Miracles is a web series starring Judd Hirsch based on the book by Yitta Halberstam and Judith Leventhal (Now on You Tube) Changing course: women's inspiring stories of menopause, midlife, and moving forward () (Technically not part of the Small Miracles Series) This article about a.
Small Miracles for the Jewish Heart warmed me from head to toe. The book explored those little coincidences that make all of us wonder. The stories I most enjoyed from the book included things that went wrong for the betterment of those involved. This book 5/5(3).
out of 5 stars Small Miracles: For the Jewish Heart: Extraordinary coincidences from yesterday and today by Yitta Halberstam and Judith Leventh. First of all, even if you are not Jewish you should still read this book.
If you are doubting that G-d exists or are completely confident that G-d exists /5. Yitta Halberstam is the author of Small Miracles ( avg rating, ratings, 85 reviews, published ), Small Miracles Ii ( avg rating, rati /5.
Add tags for "Small miracles for the Jewish heart: extraordinary coincidences from yesterday and today". Be the first. Modern Day Miracles Torben Sondergaard: God uses you!. Torben Sondergaard is a street evangelist in Denmark who chose not to sit behind the closed doors of the churches, but to go out on the streets and show the world that God is real, Jesus Christ loves them and there is hope for everybody.
He trains christians to do what Jesus Christ commanded us: ‘Heal the sick, cast out demons, raise the. I am not a book reader, but found this book as well as all the other books in the "Small Miracles" series, very interesting, fascinating and amazing stories of Divine Providence. Besides this being an historical book, the miracles documented by Holocaust survivors and stories of the atrocities that they went through and survived, should make us /5.A baby smiles.
A flower blossoms. A terminal patient recovers. They may not have quite the same cachet as an underdog army emerging victorious or a tiny can of oil lasting eight days, but as the Jewish holiday of miracles opens this week, Jews around the globe will not only recount the ancient Chanukah miracles but the miraculous events in their own : Deena Yellin.