Beshalach: Facing Fears with Faith

This week, when Jews around the world gather in synagogues (virtual or otherwise) to read the week’s verses, they’ll be hearing one of the most well-known stories in the Bible. It’s the story—the miracle that so many people think of when they think of miracles.

This is the part where the Israelites walk through the Red Sea, on dry land, to freedom.

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Mikhal Weiner

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Writer • Editor • Musician • Mama • Writing words for @bhg @healthmagazine @parentsmagazine @hey_alma @realsimple @thestartup_ @lilithmagazine

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