24/7

Contemporary Stories of Hashgachah Pratis and Emunah. Based on pesukim of Tehillim with a 24/7 pattern.

 

What can totally change a person’s life?

We’ve all come to this world in order to successfully meet some specific challenge. How can we know what that challenge is?

We can discover our true purpose by living with Hashem every moment, 24/7, seeing Hashem’s Hand in every situation, learning from the experiences of others, and accepting everything that happens in life with joy.

Rabbi Tzvi Nakar is a contemporary maggid and author of numerous books, including Bar Mitzvah and Tefillin, 102 Stories That Changed People’s Lives, Meant To Be, and the Hebrew series Emunah Sheleimah. His most recent book, 24/7, is a collection of riveting stories on emunah, bitachon, and hashgachah pratis, all with intensely powerful messages.
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description of book Contemporary Stories of Hashgachah Pratis and Emunah. Based on pesukim of Tehillim with a 24/7 pattern.   What can totally change a person’s life? We’ve all come to this world in order to successfully meet some specific challenge. How can we know what that challenge is? We can discover our true purpose by living with Hashem every moment, 24/7, seeing Hashem’s Hand in every situation, learning from the experiences of others, and accepting everything that happens in life with joy. Rabbi Tzvi Nakar is a contemporary maggid and author of numerous books, including Bar Mitzvah and Tefillin, 102 Stories That Changed People’s Lives, Meant To Be, and the Hebrew series Emunah Sheleimah. His most recent book, 24/7, is a collection of riveting stories on emunah, bitachon, and hashgachah pratis, all with intensely powerful messages.

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  • Number of pages: 513
  • Cover type: Hardcover
  • editor: Rabbi Tzvi Nakar
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