Category Archives: Myles Weiss

Yom Kippur

By Myles Weiss   Yom Kippur ended last evening. The previous night, the cantor (singing rabbi) had recited the famous Kol Nidre, which means All Vows. This haunting prayer-song became part of the liturgy after the Spanish Inquisition. During that … Continue reading

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5774 – Ready to go through the Open Door?

By Myles Weiss   The decade of “70” is coming into its 4th year. We are celebrating the Fall Feasts and beginning the year 5774. The Hebrew letter “ayin” which is the word associated with 70 is pictured by the … Continue reading

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Tisha b’Av

By Myles Weiss  Today marks the 9th day of the month of Av, held in awe and with contemplative reverence by the Jewish people. It ends three weeks of introspective “teshuvah”(repentance) during which our jewish people remember dark times in … Continue reading

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The City of the Great King

A Myles Memo by Myles Weiss         Yom Yerushalayim — “Jerusalem Day” (May 8 this year) marked the day 46 years ago that Israel wrested the Old City of Jerusalem from the Kingdom of Jordan in the … Continue reading

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Yom HaShoah

By Myles Weiss Growing up in New York, it was not unusual for me to see numbers tattooed on the forearms of shopkeepers, deli-owners, and random friends and relatives. It seemed a silent but significant witness to us, the younger … Continue reading

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At the end of Passover

By Myles Weiss As Passover concludes around the world, I thought this photo of the original Southern Steps (they date from the time of Yeshua) makes a poignant statement of the Jewish historicity in the Land of Israel and Israel’s … Continue reading

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A Mordechai Memo — Pre-Thanksgiving

By Mordechai “Myles” Weiss Dickens spoke of the best and worst of times in his classic “A Tale of Two Cities.”  A timeless phrase, it applies just as well now as it did in his 19th century Britain and France. … Continue reading

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Myles’s Blog from Jerusalem

By Myles Weiss What a Day! We interviewed Jan Willem van der Hoeven, of the International Christian Zionist Center. With the city spread out behind us, he passionately appealed to the worldwide community of faith to stand with Israel. Pastor … Continue reading

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For Intercessors, blogs, and any who will heed

Shalom from the City of David’s greater Son! We are in the ‘calm’ before the storm. The tour folks have dispersed, either to their homes or on to Petra. We have a day in Jerusalem to prep for the upcoming … Continue reading

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Gifts from God

By Myles Weiss Shalom from Jerusalem, the city of the Great King! As a precious gift to  our group last night, we arrived to the tune of “Jerusalem of Gold” as our bus pulled into the Mt. Scopus overlook exactly … Continue reading

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