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The secret of the mezuzah

by Mary Reeves Bell

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Published by Bethany House Publishers in Minneapolis, Minn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Austria
    • Subjects:
    • Americans -- Austria -- Fiction,
    • Spies -- Fiction,
    • Antisemitism -- Fiction,
    • Prejudices -- Fiction,
    • Jews -- Austria -- Fiction,
    • Austria -- Fiction

    • About the Edition

      When Con, an American teenager living in Austria, learns that Vienna is a center of international intrigue, his search for a spy entangles him in a mystery that leads back to the Holocaust.

      Edition Notes

      12 and up.

      Statementby Mary Reeves Bell.
      GenreFiction.
      SeriesPassport to danger ;, bk. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ7.B41155 Se 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination201 p. :
      Number of Pages201
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL530240M
      ISBN 101556615493
      LC Control Number99006470
      OCLC/WorldCa41337976

      Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy The Secret of the Mezuzah at While there, Con receives a curious gold object called a mezuzah, a symbol of Jewish faith. Then Donner has a chance to rethink the gift, and he angrily demands its return-but Con refuses. What is so important about the mezuzah, and why did Donner have it in the first place? Format: Paperback / softback; Publication Date: 07/01/

        In Hebrew, the word mezuzah (מְזוּזָה‎) actually means "doorpost" (the plural is מְזוּזוֹת, mezuzot).The mezuzah as it is known is actually a piece of parchment, called a klaf, with specific verses from the Torah that is then placed inside a mezuzah case, which is . The first mitzvah any young couple encounters when it enters its new home on the very night of the wedding is the mezuzah. It is right there at the front door as soon as they walk in and reveals the secret of a happy marriage. The zu comes before the zeh, the bride precedes the groom. Like the Samaritans, they prefer to have the Ten Commandments written on these mezuzot. Unlike the Samaritans, they affix the mezuzah to the doorpost. However, this is affixed straight up and down, not slanted like the rabbinic tradition. Mezuzah and superstition. Over the years, the mezuzah has been associated with a lot of superstition.

      This book proclaims the secret of Rezial, but only to the humble. Stand in the middle of the day, without provocation and without reward. Learn the tributes of the reverence of Elohim. Turn away from evil and journey on the path to pursue righteousness. The secret is reverence of the Lord. The worthy go directly to the secret. It is written, only. This book proclaims the secret of Raziel, but only to the humble. Stand in the middle of the day, without provocation and without reward. Learn the tributes of the reverence of Elohim. Turn away from evil and journey on the path to pursue righteousness. The secret is reverence of the Lord. The worthy go directly to the secret.   The Mezuzah is an important part of Judaism as it reminds us constantly of the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob. And that is the mezuzah in 60 seconds Subscribe today and become a fan.


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