Delivered from Fear: a Jewish Thanksgiving Story
Author: Robin Blaha

Delivered from Fear: a Jewish Thanksgiving Story I know that most people don’t think of Thanksgiving as a Jewish holiday. But I always will. That’s because during Thanksgiving weekend 1973, I experienced the most wonderful, most mind-boggling—and most...

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The Fear of the Lord
June 1, 1995
Topics: fear
Author: Moishe Rosen

Generally fear is not considered a virtue. Fear leads us to avoid what we ought to face, hide from what we ought to confront and deny what we need to affirm. We often link fear with cowardice, timidity and weakness. Yet one kind of fear is a strength rather than a...

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Fear Vs. Concern
January 1, 1986
Topics: satan, fear
Author: Moishe Rosen

During the dark days of World War II the free world was on the edge of panic. Hitler seemed invincible. Through the blitzkrieg technique, he amassed victory after victory until his vaunted might seemed a fact instead of a mere boast The blitzkrieg worked—not because...

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