5 edition of Sidrah reflections found in the catalog.
Includes selected texts from the Old Testament in Hebrew and English translation.
|Other titles||Guide to sidrot and haftarot, Bible. O.T. Hebrew. Selections. 1997., Bible. O.T. English. Isaacs. Selections. 1997.|
|Statement||by Ronald H. Isaacs.|
|LC Classifications||BS1225.4 .I73 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||323 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||98164517|
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The reflection book, "So Much is in Bud," focuses on living with hope, staying open to new possibilities and dreaming what may not yet be. Using the Hebrew and Christian scriptures, as well as insights from some of the great thinkers of our times, 57 LCWR members offer a reflection for every dayfrom May 27 (Pentecost) through July 22 (the.
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