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August 16th, 2016 Posted by On Our Mind 15 comments

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15 comments

Brenda Gannon says:

I love the historical explanations of the Jewish people. Also, it is so interesting when you explain Hebrew words & meanings.

Susan Lapin says:

We’re glad you visit our site, Brenda.

Jolene Trotter says:

I love to listen to you every week! Thank you for all the religious and historical teachings.
Sincerely,
Jolene Trotter

Jolene Trotter says:

I love listening to your podcast each Saturday on the Blaze. You inspire me to study more closely the teachings of our Heavenly Father and our forefathers. Thank you for being my Rabbi.

Rabbi Daniel Lapin says:

Thank you Jolene–
So good to hear from you
Cordially
RDL

David Brock says:

Hello Rabbi and Susan,
I watch your program often on TCT,,,enjoy your wisdom, your teachings. Tonight you spoke on Friends. Susan is such a blessing as she speaks, enjoyed her thoughts on 3 kinds of Friends. You two are a Blessed couple, work so well together, and compliment each others thoughts and wisdom.
Dave in Indiana

Rabbi Daniel Lapin says:

Thanks so much David,
We both appreciate your kind comment and we’re happy you enjoy watching.
Cordially
RDL

David Brock says:

Very much enjoy your program on TCT

Dave from Indiana

I love watching your program on TCT and want to thank you for sharing your Jewish wisdom with us. I am learning so much from you and Susan, and especially enjoy the rich, deeper meanings of words in the Hebrew language. I have wanted to learn Hebrew for many years now and wondered if there is a website class you would recommend? May God continue to richly bless you and Susan and thanks again for blessing us with teaching our Lord’s Word!

Rabbi Daniel Lapin says:

Dear Lynn–
At the moment, there is no course we recommend because we believe that it is a mistake to try and teach Hebrew as if it were just another language like Bulgarian, Italian, and Swahili. Instead, learning it as God’s communication system, recognizing that it has more in common with chemistry than with Polish makes it far easier and quicker to learn. We have been working for a while on an online system for this. Meanwhile, why not learn a few dozen key words through this, one of our favorite books? Click here to read more about Buried Treasure-Life Lessons from the Lord’s Language https://rabbidaniellapin.com/product/buried-treasure/
Cordially
RDL

Lloyd Allard says:

As I thank God for allowing me to be able to watch your shows and read your words of wisdom . I must say I have to say to my cat forgive him he knows not what he says . I am one that feels God’s blessings through my cat . He teaches me to be a servant . Just thought to say this , because I love watching you guys and the learning I get . Thank you for your time .

Rabbi Daniel Lapin says:

I also really enjoy having animals around Lloyd,
thanks for writing,
Cordially
RDL

Esther says:

Dear Rabbi Lapin,
In your most recent podcast you spoke about the Christian history of the the USA from the first pilgrims arriving on the Mayflower from England.
Could you also expand on the first Jews who arrived in New Amsterdam ( Post Inquisition ) and their role vis-a-vis the morals/values adopted in their new land during that time.
https://www.thoughtco.com/key-facts-about-new-amsterdam-104602

Rabbi Daniel Lapin says:

Dear Esther–
I will try to do so in an upcoming podcast.
Thanks for the idea.
Cordially
RDL

Deborah says:

Your show on TCT just started up about 2 months ago in my town. I find it very valuable. It helps us, especially gentile believers, understand the truth about the context of the scriptures that Jesus/Yeshua was coming from. After the influx of gentile believers in the early decades of the church, the Greek and Latin “church fathers” put a, basically, Greek philosophical “spin” on and interpretation of the Hebrew Bible, or Old Testament as it was restructured and renamed by the church fathers. One of the commands of Jesus is to love God with our whole mind. We can’t love Him with our whole mind if we are thinking incorrectly, even if our misunderstandings are innocent. A simple example of an awareness your show shed on things was how the Hebrew bible was and is divided into segments rather than the chapter and verse divisions introduced by a gentile church leader, and thus the point it was meant we are to derive from it. I believe that is the scriptural context that Jesus himself was coming from when speaking and preaching back in his day. There is, it appears, at times an irrational fear that many gentile church leaders have towards “Jewish” church teachings. Perhaps they do not realize , or are willing to admit, the great extent that Greek philosophical thinking, especially in the New Testament, has crept into the Church. This Greek way of thinking influences our thoughts about God, which may actually prevent us from understanding Him and thus loving Him more accurately…according to what He tells us about Himself, and not what we impose on HIm ourselves.

Thank you,

Deb

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