Netanyahu to Major Rabbi: Without Faith, I Couldn't Face the World

Netanyahu to Major Rabbi: Without Faith, I Couldn’t Face the World

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday night attended the last day of the Shiva (mourning) week for the late mother of the Belzer Rebbe (Rabbi), Rabbi Yissachar Dov Rokeach, in Jerusalem, B’Hadrei Haredim reported. Netanyahu, who was accompanied by MK Israel Eichler (UTJ), who is a Belzer Chassid, thanked the Rebbe for the support he has been receiving from the MK, to which the Rebbe responded, saying, “I told Rabbi Eichler that it’s been years since we last had a prime minister who knew how to stand up to the world like you.” He added, “It’s all in the hands of Heaven.”

The First and Final Fight – Sermon by Archbishop Eric Logan – Jan 23rd, 2017

This war of spirit is the only one where we can win by being determined to keep up the fight. Depression is the most common wound inflicted, but the moment you decide that depression, or anxiety, or fear, or exhaustion, or sadness, or apathy or any other result of fighting the iniquity of self and world, the moment you decide these are adequate cause to relent you DIE. This is a form of death because it is your first step on the path to it.