Published in 1908, this book draws on a variety of sermons written by Rev. Morris Josephs, to provide a message on Judaism. Designed to create a discourse for universal readership this book covers topics such as the ethics of Jewish life, the perception of the world vs Judaism, and the religious experience of Judaism.
1. The Minister and His Mission. 2. Reform and Reformers. 3. Why I go to Synagogue. 4. Hebrew and the Synagogue. 5. The Blessedness of the Sabbath. 6. Which is the Best Religion. 7. The Statues of the Nation I. 8. The Statues of the Nation II. 9. Anti-Semitism and Jewish Duty. 10. The Jew and Forgiveness. 11. Historic Judaism (Passover). 12. The Revelation of the Flowers (Pentecost). 13. The Prayer of Life ( New Year). 14. A Plea for Personal Religion (Neilah). 15. The Soul and Its Destiny ( Neilah). 16. The Extra Touch ( Tabernacles). 17. The Lawgiver and the Law ( Solemn Assembly). 18. Greek and Jew ( A Chanicah Sermon for Young People) . 19 . In God’s Name. 20 . An Old Private Prayer. 21. Science and Religion. 22. The Imperishable Need. 23. Faith. 24. The Devine Shepard. 25. Under the Devine Wings. 26. Incurable! 27. Ideals. 28. The City of the Lord. 29. The Conflict of Duties. 30. Two Golden Percepts. 31. Leannes of Soul. 32. The Shelter of Logs. 33. Other People’s Joy. 34. The Blessing in the Cluster. 35. Cheerfulness. 36. The Patience of God. 37. Submission. 38. The Fading of the Law. 39. Amen .
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