Best Jewish Sermons Books

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1. I Only Wanted to Live (A WW2 Jewish Boy Holocaust Survival True Story (World War II Memoir))

Author: by Arie Tamir
English
318 pages
1694929361

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Three mass deportations.A death sentence. One remarkable story of survival. When Leosz was only six, his life changed unimaginably. World War II broke out in 1939, sweeping the young boy into the whirlwind of the Holocaust. For six long torturous years, Leosz witnessed and experienced every imaginable suffering: myriads of overcrowded transports headed for concentration camps, life on the streets of occupied Poland as an abandoned child, hiding from cruel Nazis, forced labor under conditions of starvation and the constant threat of death.

Only one thing kept him safehis unwavering will to go on living. This is the incredible and inspiring story of a little Jewish boy who managed to survive all possible levels of hell by clinging on to life.


2. Descendants Of Biblical Israel: Now That You Know The Truth (2nd book in this two-book series regarding Israel)

Author: by Dr. Linda Searight
B07MD18F8X
LMS Press
December 21, 2018


Descendants Of Biblical Israel: Now That You Know The Truth (2nd book in this two-book series regarding Israel) Cover

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Through Biblical exegesis, common sense, comparative evidence from ancient testimonies, ancient writings, ancient paintings and artifacts, the truth as told through the journals of ancient travelers, and through extensive research by scholars in various fields, including the obvious geographical evidence – it is undeniable that descendants of slaves whom Caucasian elites (and the entire world) have labeled Negro and Black, are actually the scattered Nation of Biblical Israel.

Now that you KNOW the truth….


3. Discourses of Rav Yosef Dov Halevi Soloveitchik on the Weekly Parashah: Darosh Darash Yosef

Author: by Rabbi Avishai C. David
English
472 pages
9655240460

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Principally drawing from end-of-Shabbat lessons and discourses given by the Rabbi Yosef Dov Soloveitchik during his time in Boston, this compendium also includes Soloveitchik lectures from his tenure as the rabbi of Congregatino Moriah in Manhattan and his summer lecture series.

Compiled by Rabbi Avishai David, a student of Soloveitchik’s, this collection serves as a comprehensive introduction to the thought of one of the great Talmudists of the 20th century, a man who drew from a vast reservoir of Jewish and general knowledge to bring Jewish thought and law to bear on the interpretation and assessment of the modern experience.


4. Jewish Spiritual Growth: The Step-by-Step Guide of a Hasidic Master

Author: by Rabb Kalonymus Kalman Shapira
English
181 pages
1536982261

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A highly-readable Hasidic program of spiritual growth, focusing on theory and practical exercises that employ visualization, contemplation and emotion. A twentieth century spiritual classic.”A significant contribution to the English-speaking Torah world that thirsts for authentic renditions of Hasidic spiritual guidance.” Rav Dr. Zvi Leshem, rabbi emeritus of Shirat Shlomo”A masterful and sensitive translation that demonstrates a profound understanding of the author’s highly original spiritual agenda coupled with an exquisite rendering of complex concepts into a language which is clear, poetic, and inspiring.” Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Executive Vice President Emeritus of the Orthodox Union”Yaacov David Shulman is a premier translator of classic works of Jewish spirituality and mysticism that speak to a searching generation.” David Sears, head of Breslov Center of Brooklyn, author of The Vision of Eden: Animal Welfare and Vegetarianism in Jewish Law and Mysticism


5. Pug Life Coloring Book By Bee Book: 20 Unique Images And 2 Copies of Every Image. Makes the Perfect Gift For Everyone.

Author: by Bee Book
English
88 pages
1987452798

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Pug Life Coloring Book By Bee Book 20 Unique Images And 2 Copies of Every Image. Makes the Perfect Gift For Everyone. This unique cute pug dog coloring book for everyone. Is the perfect way to fun. Enjoying beautiful and highly detailed images.

Each Coloring Page is designed for Learning , Fun and Relaxation. Sized to frame at 8. 5″ x 11″- Perfect gift for Everyone.


6. Hebrewisms of West Africa

Author: by Joseph J. Williams
English
462 pages
1169793770

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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world’s literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.


7. Word Search Bible Puzzle Book- Psalms and Hymns: Puzzles for People with Dementia [With Text] (Large Print)

Author: by Mighty Oak Books
Independently published
English
114 pages

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This relaxing activity book offers self-empowerment, hope, and dignity to people with mild dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, or those rehabilitating after a stroke. Includes full scripture verses and excerpts of hymns in large font on a beautifully designed page. Wider inner margins allow pages to be cut out.

Fun engagement with Bible Verses- Includes 50 Stimulating Puzzles25 Psalms; including Psalm 23, Psalm 46, and Psalm 12125 Hymns; including Amazing Grace, Holy Holy Holy, and Be Thou My VisionStimulating Activities Can Help People with DementiaSpark memoriesFeel more engagedLessen anxietyEncourage self-expressionConnect to a Loved OneSet a positive mood for interaction with fun and relaxing puzzlesQuiet and calm activity, especially for afternoon and evening hoursReassuringCalming activities reduce anxiety and offer stress reliefNo mention of dementia, memory loss, or anything that could cause stress or embarrassmentEasy to ReadLarge print textEasy to read solutions in backWords can run forward, down, or diagonally.


8. Listening to God: Inspirational Stories

Author: by Shlomo Riskin
1592642926
English
500 pages

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See the divine in every human encounter. Be receptive to God’s voice.Act out of faith. These are just a few of the life lessons Rabbi Shlomo Riskin imparts in this collection of personal stories. Rabbi Riskin takes us from his grandmother s Brooklyn Shabbat table to the vibrant community of Efrat, Israel, with stops in Russian Jewish communities struggling to maintain their ethnic identities, New York synagogues tackling political controversies and much more.

Through these poignant, entertaining, often humorous tales, Rabbi Riskin passes on wisdom for the next generation and, indeed for us all.


9. The Meshech Chochmah: Condensed Torah Commentary by Rabbi Meir Simchah Hakohen of Dvinsk

Author: by Eliyahu Munk
English
660 pages
1602803455

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Editor, Mr. Eliyahu Munk was born in Frankfurt on Main, where he received his education at the Samson Refael Hirsch Realschule, as well as at the Yeshivah headed by Rabbi Dr. Joseph Breuer, zt”l. After emigrating to England, he continued his studies at the Yeshivah in Gateshead.

He served in Jewish education, primarily in Toronto, Canada for close to 30 years, before making aliyah to Israel in 1978. During his years in Canada he also pursued a business career while teaching. Since settling in Jerusalem, Mr. Munk has been busy translating numerous classical Torah commentaries into English.

Publication of the Torah commentary by Samuel David Luzzatto (Sha’dal), brings the number of authors whose works Mr. Munk has translated to 18, comprising 54 volumes totaling over 27,000 pages. It is this editor’s hope that the volume submitted herewith will be as enthusiastically received by his ever increasing circle of readers as have his earlier efforts.

10. Becoming Jewish: The Challenges, Rewards, and Paths to Conversion

Author: by Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
B07PG16YN5
Xlibris US
March 1, 2019

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Becoming Jewish is an engaging, accessible, all-inclusive step-by-step guide to converting to Judaism that introduces readers to finding life’s meaning through the evolving religious civilization that is Judaism. Written with humor and heart, readers learn the ins and outs of becoming Jewish and discover the wonder that is the language, literature, history, rituals, food, music, and culture of contemporary Jewish life.

11. Chasidic Perspectives

Author: by The Lubavitcher Rebbe

11 hours and 9 minutes

Shlomo Zacks

Ready

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These 47 discourses on the Jewish festivals give an overview of the primary concepts of Chabad Chasidus and address the dynamics of a Jew’s relationship with G-d, community, and himself. A satisfying compendium of profound subjects carefully and clearly elucidated by a master writer and teacher.

12. The Epistle To The Hebrews, In Greek And English: With An Analysis And Exegetical Commentary

Author: by Samuel H. Turner
English
196 pages
0548274282

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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world’s literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

13. Overcoming Folly – Kuntres Umaayan: A Chasidic Treatise (Chasidic Heritage Series)) (The Chasidic Heritage)

Author: by Rabbi Shalom Dovber of Lubavitch
English
478 pages
0826607438

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Kuntres Umaayan, a comprehensive treatise written in the spirit and style of traditional ethical Torah teachings, touches upon the various challenges one experiences when faced with the reality of material existence obstacles that stand in the way of achieving true spiritual heights.

Written in 1903 by the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, of blessed memory, in response to the challenges of secularism and non-Jewish ideologies that faced Russian Jewry at that time, this is a book that looks deeply into the oldest battle man against his own evil inclination.