In Jewish tradition, the Seventh day of the week is a special time of communion with God and spirituality. It is called Shabbos, or Shabbat, the day of rest. On this day we emulate that which the Creator did when He was involved in His creation. He spent six days in creative mode, and the seventh was a time for reflection on all He had done. This corresponds to the Kabbalistic concept of the male (which is represented by the number six), and the female (which is the number seven). The Jewish people are called the bride of God, and therefore, the special laws of Shabbos constitute a special covenant between God and Israel. This podcast seeks to study these laws, in all their intricate details, so we can fully develop our connection and relationship with God on this special day.

In Jewish tradition, the Seventh day of the week is a special time of communion with God and spirituality. It is called Shabbos, or Shabbat, the day of rest. On this day we emulate that which the Creator did when He was involved in His creation. He spent six days in creative mode, and the seventh was a time for reflection on all He had done. This c... Show more

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