January 16th Speaker: Robert G. Natelson
Robert G. Natelson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] is one of America's best-known
constitutional scholars. He recently co-authored two Independence Institute legal
briefs that apparently were sources for the Supreme Court's Medicaid and "Necessary
and Proper" holdings in the "Obamacare" case.
Rob was a law professor for 25 years, 23 of them at the University of Montana, where
he taught Constitutional Law, Advanced Constitutional Law, Constitutional History,
First Amendment, and other subjects. He also became a recognized national expert
on the framing and adoption of the United States Constitution. Rob pioneered the
use of source material, such as colonial pamphlets and important Founding-Era law
books, overlooked by other writers. He has been the first to uncover key facts about
some of the most significant parts of the Constitution.
(this was received as a chain mail of unknown origin and has been slightly modified)
Read this sentence carefully.
When Hashem takes something from your grasp. He's not punishing you, but merely
opening your hands to receive something better.
Concentrate on this sentence.
"The will of Hashem will never take you where the Grace of Hashem will not protect
you." Something good will happen to you today, something that you have been waiting
Just 27 Words: 'Hashem our Father, walk through my house and take away all my worries
and illnesses and please watch over and heal my family in your name, Amen.'
This prayer is so powerful.
A brocha is coming to you in form of a new job, a house, marriage or financially.
Does Hashem come first in your life?