Video: Daily Devotional! Today is the Fast of Tisha B’Av. Once a year, on this day, the Jewish People mourn the destruction of the first and second Temples in Yerushalayim (Jerusalem)…

Bitterly she weeps in the night, Her cheek wet with tears. There is none to comfort her Of all her friends. All her allies have betrayed her; They have become her foes
Lamentations 1:2 (The Israel Bible™)

בָּכוֹ תִבְכֶּה בַּלַּיְלָה וְדִמְעָתָהּ עַל לֶחֱיָהּ אֵין־לָהּ מְנַחֵם מִכָּל־אֹהֲבֶיהָ כָּל־רֵעֶיהָ בָּגְדוּ בָהּ הָיוּ לָהּ לְאֹיְבִים
Hear the verse in Hebrew

ba-KHO tiv-KEH ba-LAI-lah v’-dim-a-TAH AL le-khe-YAH ayn LAH m’-na-KHAYM mi-kol
o-ha-VE-ha kol ray-E-ha BA-g’-du VAH ha-YU LAH l’-o-y’-VEEM

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Today is the Fast of Tisha B’Av

Today is the Fast of Tisha B’Av. Once a year, on this day, the Jewish People mourn the destruction of the first and second Temples in Yerushalayim (Jerusalem). The fact that the temple is no longer in existence means that God’s presence is more distant from us that it used to be. For more than twenty-four hours it is forbidden to eat or drink; Jews sit on the floor as an expression of mourning, and recall the events surrounding the destruction by reciting the Book of Lamentation and other prayers of lament. The Book of Lamentations is the text that best expresses out broken hearts as we call out again and again, ‘alas’ or ‘how did this happen?’ https://theisraelbible.com/bible/lamentations/chapter-1/verse-2
The Most Dreaded Day in Jewish History that Changed the Fate of the Jewish People – 1492: The ninth day of the Hebrew month of Av is the most dreaded day in Jewish history. The deadliest and most destructive events throughout the millennia have occurred on this terrible day. The destruction of the First and Second Temples in ancient times. The start of the First and Second World Wars in modern times. The expulsion of the Jews from England 728 years ago. The expulsion of the Jews from Gush Katif 13 years ago. Read More: https://israelunwired.com/the-most-dreaded-day-in-jewish-history-that-changed-the-fate-of-the-jewish-people-1492/

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