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Day Seven of Week 4: Malchus of Netzach

Day Seven of Week 4: Malchus of Netzach

28th Day of the Omer

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Sovereignty is the cornerstone of endurance. Endurance that encompasses the previous six qualities is indeed a tribute and testimony to the majesty of the human spirit.

Is my endurance dignified? Does it bring out the best in me? When faced with hardships do I behave like a king or queen, walking proudly with my head up, confident in my G-d-given strengths, or do I cower and shrivel up in fear?

Exercise for the day: Fight for a dignified cause.

From A Spiritual Guide to the Omer by Simon Jacobson
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May 27, 2014
Thank you for a valuable lesson which turned into a magnifying and revelating discussion.
Elchanan
NY
May 13, 2014
thanks
Thanks, i needed that reminder right now... :)
miryam
May 12, 2014
28th Day of Omar
This is a good posting to remind us that G-d is the one who gives us the endurance to face every situation in life that we may encounter. As a pastor, I am approached continually by people who express to me that they can't go on any longer because of the things they are facing, my response to them is always, have you sought G-d first, for answers to your situation. 9 times out of 10 the answer is NO
Adam Lustig
Burleson, TX
May 16, 2011
Sfirat Ha-Omer
I find your Daily reminders very helpful.
Thank you.
Monty
Efrata, Israel
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