16 March 2015

The Law is a Blessing, Not a Curse

25 Adar 5775

No one should call himself a Jew if he is unwilling to live by the Law.

You shall observe My statutes and My ordinances, which a man shall do and live by them. I am the Lord. (Vayikra 18:5)

Christianity came and said that the Law kills and too many of our people have assimilated this warped idea. They let their hearts rule their heads and they want to loosen restrictions and even circumvent the pure intent of Torah law in accordance with their own emotions and what they feel is right. 

In this way, they accept that children of Jewish fathers and non-Jewish mothers are Jews and accept that Arabs may be citizens of a Jewish State and even rule over it! And many other treif concepts.

The universe operates according to immutable physical laws and society functions most efficiently when it is being run according to just laws. 

We are the People of the Book of Divine Laws. All matters of importance must be decided in keeping with those Divine Laws and not according to feelings of the heart which the Creator Himself said through the Prophet Yirmiyahu "is deceitful above all things." (Yirmiyahu 17:9)

Pure chesed is likened to water which unrestrained wreaks havoc and destruction wherever it goes. 

A world apart from Law is chaos and anarchy. Do your part to uphold the Law. Be a champion for Torah Law - strengthen it wherever it appears to be weak. Proclaim it in the face of every opposition to it. 

It is our most precious gift.


  1. Important peace Devorah, especially the timing, the day before the State holds its elections, of all things.

    1. Thanks,Ariel. That means a lot coming from you.

  2. Seems there's a great effort to water down Jewish laws lately. There are rabbis calling themselves 'orthodox' and are anything but, by trying to ordain women rabbis, making alliances with 'religions', etc. The Jewish people are being bogged down with so many problems, and with so many assimilated Jews who know nothing, these phonies are trying to push through their agenda as fast as possible. No wonder, Chazal said they are praying for Moshiach but did not want to live at the time before his coming. Makes you wonder, how bad it is when Jews 'doubt' (Amaleik) the holiness and Divinity of Torah and think they can actually change it to their liking. Apparently, there are more doubters/amaleikim than ever before who are trying to overturn Torah, r'l. They will not/cannot succeed.