9781880226605

Havdalah : The Ceremony That Closes Shabbat

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  • ISBN13:

    9781880226605

  • ISBN10:

    188022660X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-10-01
  • Publisher: Messianic Jewish Resources International
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Summary

Most people know that Shabbat - the Sabbath Day - begins on Friday evening at sundown with a special ceremony-lighting candles, eating bread, drinking wine and pronouncing blessings. But most people don't know that the Sabbath ends with another shorter, yet equally sweet, ceremony called havdalah. Practiced by observant Jews for millennia, it is now returning, not just among Jews, but among Christians who are searching to understand the Jewish background of their faith.

Author Biography

Neil and Jamie Lash are the congregational leaders of Temple Aron HaKodesh in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Both teachers by profession, Neil has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in education and Jamie has a bachelor's degree in Spanish and a M.A. degree in early childhood education. Their television ministry, Love Song to the Messiah, began in December 1980. Today, as Jewish Jewels, the program ministers to Christians or all denominations and Jews of every branch of Judaism, including traditional rabbis, who appreciate its integrity and educational value. Neil and Jamie have two sons, Jonathan and Jesse, great blessings sent into their lives after fourteen years of marriage.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
The Tradition Behind Havdalahp. 3
The Ceremonyp. 7
Havdalah and its Meaning for yeshua Followersp. 15
Stories From the Havdalah Experiencep. 19
Songs & Poems for Havdalahp. 21
Bibliographyp. 25
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