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Happy New Year

As we approach the new year, we are delighted, filled with hopes of improvement in every aspect of our lives. We make plans (toch•ni•yot), resolutions (hach•la•tot) and some of us, even make vows (ne•da•rim). We have a strong desire to be blessed and we do bless...

the New World

Our word today, ‘ha•o•lam he•cha•dash’ is dedicated to America – the New Wold. The New World is one of the names used for the Western Hemisphere, specifically the Americas (including nearby islands such as those of the Caribbean and Bermuda). It was given by...

there is nothing new under the sun

We want to introduce the cooling Biblical antithesis of ‘all things new,’ ‘eyn kol cha•dash ta•chat ha•sha•mesh,’ ‘there is nothing new under the sun.’ How is it possible that the Bible offers two conflicting points of view about ‘new things?’ I personally cannot...

a new heart

We’ll present today one thing that each believer must have to be born again – ‘lev cha•dash,’ a new heart. Whereas, the heart here is necessary for the spiritual transformation, this vital organ becomes more amazing when we learn what other human quality is...

born again

If you looks at expressions and phrases with the word ‘cha•dash,’ new (such as in the name: ‘Ha•brit Ha•cha•da•sha,’ (the New Testament), you’ve probably noticed that it is also being used in the phrase ‘born again.’ In Hebrew it is ‘born anew.’ The phrase which...