This dramatic, vivid narrative tells the story of the slavery in Egypt, and the wondrous Exodus we experienced, in a captivating, novel-like style, based on Talmudic and Midrashic sources. Here we witness the harsh decrees, the miracles of the Ten Plagues, the thunderous splitting of the sea, and the entire Passover saga. Extensively researched and annotated.
Let My Nation Serve Me recounts the most important episode in Jewish history: the drama and exhilaration of Mattan Torah come alive, drawing us to Mount Sinai where we can visualize Moshe, Aharon, Miriam, and other Biblical figures as though they stood before us.
Visitors streamed to them for guidance and blessings; leading Rabbonim treated them with reverence. Living in a humble shack, poverty clung to them like the dust of the surrounding Jezre’el Valley. Childless themselves, they cared for cast-off children with profound handicaps. By life’s end, Rebbitzen Chaya Sara Kramer, together with her husband Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Kramer, had transformed the lives of tens of thousands of people worldwide.
History #1 – A Didactic History of Scriptual Times. Israel’s history is the record of G-d’s conduct towards His beloved nation, and it should be studied in that spirit. with this in mind, the famous Rabbi Avigdor Miller zt”l gives us insight into the first 2000 years of the history of the world. Starting with the moment of creation and going through the ages up until the destruction of the First Temple, his precise and accurate depiction of our heritage make this book an integral link to our illustrious past. The first in a series.
History #2 – History of the People of Israel from the Babylonian Exile to the End of the Second Sanctuary. Israel’s history is the record of G-d’s conduct of His beloved nation, and it should be studied in that spirit. With this in mind, the famous Rabbi Avigdor Miller zt’l gives us insight into the years of the history from after the destruction of the First Temple up until the destruction of the Second Temple. His precise and accurate depiction of our heritage make this book an integral link to our illustrious past. The second in a series.
The Rebbetzin was written by Rabbi Nachman Seltzer, one of the Jewish world’s premiere authors, who interviewed close to one hundred people – family, shul members, students, neighbors, and many others whose souls she touched, who shared her devotion to Klal Yisrael. In these stories he vividly captures the life of one of the twentieth century’s most fascinating, charismatic and spiritually inspiring Jewish personalities.