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Nino wrote at 2013-04-10 01:49:55
I just wanted to share with you the "Good News," of what the Word of God said to me back in October of 2008, the first message the Word of God said is, "This is the Word of God." Days later the Word of God spoke to me in the early morning hours and said, "Have Faith and Believe in the Word of God." In the beginning days of November of 2008, the Word of God spoke to me in the early morning hours and said, "I am the LORD thy God," minutes later the Word of God said, "I am the Word of God," minutes later the Word of God said, "I am the Just Judge." Days later the Word of God spoke to me in the early morning hours and said, "Never loose Faith in the Word of God."


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Rabbi Ari Enkin

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Rabbi Ari N. Enkin originally from Montreal fulfilled his life-long dream of making aliyah in July 2004 after serving for seven years as a congregational and community rabbi in Montreal, Edmonton, and Winnipeg. Rabbi Enkin holds both Yoreh-Yoreh and Yadin-Yadin semichas as well as a Masters Degree specializing in Informal Adult Education. He is the author of several seforim including most recently "Dalet Amot - Halachic Perspectives" which discusses over 100 contemporary halachic issues. The first printing quickly sold out and a second revised edition is underway (Gefen Publishing House), as is a second volume in this series. Rabbi Enkin is also a frequent contributor to a number of publications on mostly Halachic topics. Since making Aliyah Rabbi Enkin has taught at a number of Yeshivot and Seminaries and is currently working as the manager of Cheerfully Changed Financial Services in Modiin. He also serves as the General Editor of the highly acclaimed Hirhurim Website as well as rabbinical advisor to Judaism.about.com. His lectures are known to be fun, informal, and enlightening appropriate form both laymen and scholars alike.

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