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Even when we are experiencing our personal famines, our relationship with G‑d is still present and accessible.

“Say You Are My Sister”

“Say You Are My Sister”

Sarah’s Courage: Lesson 1

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"Say You Are My Sister": Sarah’s Courage: Lesson 1

Even when we are experiencing our personal famines, our relationship with G‑d is still present and accessible.
1) Finding G-d in Tough Times
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Sarah, Sarah's Abduction by Pharaoh, Faith; Belief in G-d, Lech-Lecha, Abraham
Chana Weisberg is the editor of TheJewishWoman.org. She lectures internationally on issues relating to women, relationships, meaning, self-esteem and the Jewish soul. She is the author of five popular books.
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Chana Weisberg May 2, 2013

thank you all for your wonderful and heart-warming comments! We can all use a reminder --especially in difficult times--of just how connected we truly are.
Lisa, yes Canaan was to become Israel and Mitzrayim was Egypt which was not and did not become a part of Israel. Reply

Lisa Aubert Long Beach, CA May 1, 2013

question regarding geographical location Just to be clear of Canaan and Egypt, was Canaan to become Israel? Was Egypt at that time also considered Canaan? Reply

Nomi Freeman April 30, 2013

Excellent presentation. It provides guidance for spiritual connection in difficult times. Reply

Eleanor Georgia April 21, 2013

All I can say is =). Looking forward to more!!! Reply

chana Jerusalem April 21, 2013

WONDERFULLY PROFESSIONAL enjoyed what she said and how she said it. May she be blessed with great success Reply

Shelby Waters Rosebud, Melbourne AUS April 18, 2013

Thank You! I would like to thank you very much! I have only watched the introduction & the first lesson - however - I am excited to watch this series on woman of the bible - your words in the introduction rang true to me - that is - the lack of insight to the woman of the bible. As a gentile I am truly grateful to chabad.org and staff - and I am keen to learn from a jewish perspective the true meaning & insights into the woman & the roles they played. The lesson series is one that I will also share with my daughter & learn with her. Thank you again for this wonderful program.
NB: Your words also touched my heart & I was crying through out - so thank you for your inspiration. Reply

Anonymous arizona, USA April 18, 2013

Say You Are My Sister Dear Chana Weisberg, thank you so much for this video. It is a wonderful reminder, especially to me to-day. Because I have change my religion, by the will of Hashem, blessed be He, i find myself alone. My whole family are idol worshippers. I have not been able to influence them in changing their ways. I wish they all return to their roots of Judaism. But only the Almighty can turn their heart to Him. This is my prayer and tears everyday. They do not believe or want to believe where our roots are. But as you mentioned in this video, Hashem is near in times of trouble and sadness. I must believe and trust in my Giver of Life, that all will turn out for the good. Baruch Hashem. Reply

Kayo Tokyo April 18, 2013

What a fascinating spiritual interpretation !
I heard that many have problems with this Abraham's words to Sara.
I believe this lesson would solve them all.

Shalom Reply

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