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  • 00:30

    Queen Esther and Purim

    in Christianity

    As the Jewish Holiday, Purim steadily approaches, we can reflect on past events during the reign of Queen Esther. What I’ve learned from this amazing story, of Purim, is the reality God answers the prayers of His people.

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    Teshuvah Hayom presents Happy Purim

    in Lifestyle

    Rinnah Bat Yisra'el (Donna W. Dixon) of Arizona dechipers, words, shares her thoughts and experiences concerning..... Ha'Shem's Transforming Presence in His People by Torah, and Experience.

    Reading of the Megillah by The Little House of House of our Prayer.

    Purim is a festive Jewish holiday that celebrates the deliverance of the Jews from their enemies in the biblical Book of Esther. Purim is celebrated on the fourteenth day of the Hebrew month of Adar. Purim is so-called because the villain of the story, Haman, cast the "pur" (the lot) against the Jews yet failed to destroy them.

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    Teshuvah Hayom presents Happy Purim (Blessing)

    in Lifestyle

    Rinnah Bat Yisra'el (Donna W. Dixon) of Arizona dechipers, words, shares her thoughts and experiences concerning..... Ha'Shem's Transforming Presence in His People by Torah, and Experience.


    Reading of the Megillah by The Little House of House of our Prayer.


    Purim is a festive Jewish holiday that celebrates the deliverance of the Jews from their enemies in the biblical Book of Esther. Purim is celebrated on the fourteenth day of the Hebrew month of Adar. Purim is so-called because the villain of the story, Haman, cast the "pur" (the lot) against the Jews yet failed to destroy them.

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    Are we really celebrating the true meaning of Purim?

    in Prayer

    Is Purim a celebration for Jewish people only. How does this festival relevant to us a Believers today? The understanding is in the details!

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    Teshuvah Hayom presents Happy Purim pt.2

    in Lifestyle

    Rinnah Bat Yisra'el (Donna W. Dixon) of Arizona dechipers, words, shares her thoughts and experiences concerning..... Ha'Shem's Transforming Presence in His People by Torah, and Experience.


    Reading of the Megillah by The Little House of House of our Prayer Children.


    Purim is a festive Jewish holiday that celebrates the deliverance of the Jews from their enemies in the biblical Book of Esther. Purim is celebrated on the fourteenth day of the Hebrew month of Adar. Purim is so-called because the villain of the story, Haman, cast the "pur" (the lot) against the Jews yet failed to destroy them.

  • 00:57

    Jewish Roots - The Lesson Of Purim

    in Spirituality

    The Lesson of Purim

    Purim was this past Sunday. Did you miss it?  Well, it's easy to miss. After all, it's only celebrated by Jews, right? But it SHOULD mean something to you if you're a Christian because it's in the Bible, in the Book of Esther. The Book of Esther's written in a way unlike anyother book of the Bible. Martin Luther had problems with it: "I want to toss this book into the River Elbe!" he said. "It judaises too much and is full of heathenish naughtiness!" Later he came 'round to believing it was divinely inspired. Thursday we discuss why, and thus what Purim has to do with Christians. Tune in and take notes! Your host, Rev. Rick Anderson, on Jewish Roots, each Thursday 9:30-10:30 pm DST at blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew. Listen LIVE through Twitter, LinkedIn, GooglePlus and Facebook.com/fougcrew. To call in with question or comment: 347-324-5759. For archived show summaries and speaking engagements:www.scripturesdramatized.com

  • 00:31

    PURIM/The Book of Esther

    in Religion

    Purim begins this Sabbath.  It is taken from the Book of Esther.

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    Interview With Josephine Earley and Kimberly D'Arcy: Live ; 646-716-7250 :

    in Self Help

    Josephine Earley is a wife and mother of two children Michael 16 and Megan 12. She is an early childhood teacher as well as a Purium health coach. Growing up, Josephine's Italian family grew their own organic vegetables and always cooked homemade meals. Of course she wanted to do the same for her family but found this more and more difficult as a full time teacher and Mom. Purium has helped her and her family get the organic non GMO super food nutrients her and her family needs.Mind Body,strong & Mom body Stroll founder Kimberly D’Arcy is a mother of 2 beautiful children Lilly age 5 and Jack age 3.  She is a Diamond Leader with Purium Health Products  whose main focus is whole food, organic non- gmo nutrition Kim has been able to help hundreds change the way they look at food and live a healthier lifestyle.  She has always been passionate about helping others improve their health and well being and has been actively engaged in health and fitness pursuits for over 20 years.Her competitive career has included over 15 years of running Marathons, Ultras and Stage Races followed by 5 years of triathlon specializing in Olympic,half-Iron-man and completing 2 Lake Placid Iron Man races.She began her personal training and coaching career while studying Physical Education and Health at Adelphi University in 1995. During this journey she also became passionate about the foods we were putting into our bodies and has made it her mission to educate families on how to make small healthy changes to thier life to deliver long lasting results. 

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    Torah Treasures-The Celebration of Purim

    in Spirituality

    The episode will have Rabbi Hilbrant teaching on the often misunderstood holiday of Purim. A must listen for those desiring to learn about the Jewish celebrations.

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    Lessons from Esther and Purim

    in Current Events

    This prerecorded 30 minute segment of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled "Lessons from Esther and Purim." Each year around the world, Jews read from the Book of Esther and recount the tale of horror at the prospect of evil that sought genocide, hope in the winds of political change, and triumph in the taste of victory ... even in hope against hope. Purim is celebrated, because life is good and the retelling of this unique story is sweet. Special guest Rabbi Sholom Raichik appears to provide the Jewish perspective. The Book of Esther shows us the unseen hand of God at work in protecting His people from harm. While each generation faces its unique set of challenges, two things are certain.  First, God is the same yesterday, today, and forever. And second, while God's name may not appear in the text, his Name certainly was written on the hearts of those who believed and were saved.