WELCOME, GET THIS BOOK!
eBook "The Sabbath" is available now, please Create an Account and download a book, you can also read it online. Click the button PDF | EPUB | TUEBL and please select Download or Read Online. More than 1 million eBooks are in our library. Enjoy now.
The Sabbath by Abraham Joshua Heschel
Elegant, passionate, and filled with the love of God's creation, Abraham Joshua Heschel's The Sabbath has been hailed as a classic of Jewish spirituality ever since its original publication--and has been read by thousands of people seeking meaning in modern life. In this brief yet profound meditation on the meaning of the Seventh Day, Heschel, one of the most widely respected religious leaders of the twentieth century, introduced the influential idea of an 'architecture of holiness" that appears not in space but in time. Judaism, he argues, is a religion of time: it finds meaning not in space and the materials things that fill it but in time and the eternity that imbues it, so that 'the Sabbaths are our greatcatherdrals.'
Perspectives On The Sabbath by Charles P. Arand
Four views of the Sabbath commandment (Seventh-day, Fulfillment, Christian Sabbath, and Lutheran) are presented by scholars in point-counterpoint style to determine which is most faithful to Scripture.
History Of The Sabbath by J.N. ANDREWS
The Sabbath by Isidor Grunfeld
Each and every Friday, as the sun sets, Jews all over the world light candles and welcome the Sabbath. But what is the true holiness of Shabbos? How can we comprehend the meaning behind it, and how can we understand its complex laws and observances? In this concise volume, the author delves into the depths of Shabbos, opening our eyes to the meaning behind the holy day. Beginning with a basic explanation of the concept of 'work' according to the Torah, the author skilfully outlines the Shabbos laws, presenting a concrete, sound, and inspiring guide to the practical observance of Shabbos. This is a completely revised and expanded edition of a classic work which will fill a great need among English-speaking Jewry. Read it, and may your Shabbos experience be transformed.
Sabbath by Bonnie Saul Wilks
The Sabbath has always been a sacred day in Jewish culture, but with the pressures and demands of modern life, it can become harder and harder to honor the time of quiet and respect that comprises the Sabbath. Bonnie Saul Wilks encourages believers not to succumb to this apathy. After spending years studying Jewish culture and practice, Bonnie committed to keeping the Sabbath holy and observing the rites that had become almost obscure in the world today. In her book, Sabbath, Bonnie discusses what makes the seventh day special; and through current traditions, songs, and Sabbath recipes, demonstrates how it can truly be a time of rest and communion with family and God. Join Bonnie in her rediscovery of an ancient ritual and see just how the Sabbath can be A Gift of Time. After graduating from Bible school, Bonnie moved to Israel where she lived on a kibbutz for over two years. She learned Hebrew and grew to love the Jewish culture by interfacing with Israelis on a daily basis. Wayne and Bonnie have one twenty-one-year-old daughter.
Sermons On The Sabbath And Law by John Nevins Andrews
Sabbath by Wayne Muller
In today's world, with its relentless emphasis on success and productivity, we have lost the necessary rhythm of life, the balance between work and rest. Constantly striving, we feel exhausted and deprived in the midst of great abundance. We long for time with friends and family, we long for a moment to ourselves. Millennia ago, the tradition of Sabbath created an oasis of sacred time within a life of unceasing labor. Now, in a book that can heal our harried lives, Wayne Muller, author of the spiritual classic How, Then, Shall We Live?, shows us how to create a special time of rest, delight, and renewal--a refuge for our souls. We need not even schedule an entire day each week. Sabbath time can be a Sabbath afternoon, a Sabbath hour, a Sabbath walk. With wonderful stories, poems, and suggestions for practice, Muller teaches us how we can use this time of sacred rest to refresh our bodies and minds, restore our creativity, and regain our birthright of inner happiness.
In Search Of The Sabbath by Reverend Lyndon Prior Mottley
Many are the contentions and suspicions surrounding the Sabbath and its corollaries. Inadequate answers and the lack of answers only fuel these contentions and suspicions. There is an urgent need for a thoughtful and critical response to the Sabbath and the crisis which has characterized it. This response must demonstrate no respect for any particular denomination, but can stand the test of biblical integrity. The author attempts to pellucidly address the Sabbath and all the factors upon which it is contingent, putting to rest the anxieties and empowering those who genuinely desire answers to this age old issue, regardless of their denominational affiliation. The scope and depth with which the author examines the Sabbath provides indispensable information regarding Israel and the Church, and their relationship to each other. The Sabbath injunction forms part of the Ten Commandments, which were given within the context of a specific covenant. The goal of this investigation is to determine the covenant in which the Sabbath injunction is found and whether or not it is binding for Christians. It is the author's prayer that as you examine the Sabbath and the various factors akin to it, that God will give you the spirit of revelation, wisdom, and understanding.