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A Bible verse can never lose its literal sense, interpret it as you will.
Our Holy Scriptures are not only a religious book, but the foundation of our literature, our language and our history, and the sole source of them.
We have guarded the Book for thousands of years and it has guarded us.
There is no religious command that has such instant effect as that concerning charity.
Three things have charm: a place to its residents, a woman to her husband, a bargain to its customer, and some say, also, the Torah to its students.
Who occupies himself with the needs of the community
is as though he occupies himself with Torah.
The stone which the builders rejected
has become the chief corner-stone.
There are three crowns: of Torah, of priesthood, and of royalty; but the crown of a good name surpasses all three.
As earnestly as David prayed that he should not fall into Saul's hands, so prayed he that Saul fall not into his.
No man who practises deceit shall live within my house.
Not the expounding of the Law is the important matter but the doing of it.
Faith is the essence of Torah.
The fear of the Lord is pure and abides for ever.
No wisdom, no understanding,
no counsel can avail against the Lord.
God is a true unity without any parts whatever.
The Creator, blessed be He, is He that knows,
and what is known and knowledge itself, all in one.
Where is God? In the heart of every man that seeks Him.
God is everywhere and everything.
A religious act is more acceptable
when it is performed at the right time.
Without Hebrew there is no Torah,
and without Torah no Jew.
For the Jews the advantage of Hebrew over other languages is that it is the natural garment of Judaism.
Who denies idolatry is as one that avows the Torah entire.
Beloved is Man who was created in the Divine image.
The Jew, by virtue of his origin, will always belong to Judaism, even if he or his ancestors changed their faith.
The highest test for the Jewish State will be in its spirit, in its loyalty to the great purposes of the Prophets as they envisioned for the end of days.