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by Jessie Fischbein

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ISBN:
1932687343
Author:
Jessie Fischbein
Category:
Judaism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Devora Pub (November 30, 2005)
Pages:
192 pages
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1590 kb
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1517 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
150


Jessie Fischbein is a graduate of Queens College with a degree in Science Writing. She is a student at Masoret Institute of Advanced Judaic Studies for Women, and teaches at the Torah Academy of Long Island.

Jessie Fischbein is a graduate of Queens College with a degree in Science Writing. She has firsthand experience with advanced fertility treatments. Jessie lives with her husband and children in Far Rockaway, New York.

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How to work on yourself and perhaps alter your fate

book by Jessie Fischbein. How to work on yourself and perhaps alter your fate. Prayer - Why it sometimes works and sometimes does not work, and how to remold its force within yo. eah and Rachel - How their sibling rivalry impacted on their ability to have children, and why focusing your emotions is a hidden tool for change

Infertility in the Bible. How The Matriarchs Changed Their Fate; How You Can Too.

Infertility in the Bible. by Jessie Fischbein. Published November 30, 2005 by Devora Publishing.

Infertility in the Bible: How the Matriarchs Changed Their Fate; How You Can Too By Jessie Fischbein Devora 183pp. Yet in fact, all four of the matriarchs struggled with barrenness: Rebecca was married 20 years before giving birth to twins, while even Leah, associated with fecundity, suffered from secondary infertility.

lead to divine intervention now that you are no longer blinded by goals that contradict God’s plan.

The Bible is a compilation of many shorter books written at different times by a variety of authors, and later assembled into the biblical canon.

According to the Bible, is infertility a punishment for sin? . The interesting thing about the Bible to me is how interested it seems to be in the facts of any situation. For me, this is how the bible begin to create everything with influence : Improve knowledge, Remembered the pass, How people been created, Teaching us not to make sin, It is written in the bible, how we live on earth. Mary,joseph and jesus is the main character of christianity.

What does an infertile woman experience as she sees a woman pushing a stroller?

According to the Torah (The Old Testament), three of the Matriarchs; Sarah, Rebecca and Rachel suffered from infertility but eventually gave birth to the founders of the Jewish People. In Infertility in the Bible author Jessie Fischbein looks at the struggle of important Biblical women to overcome the seemingly insurmountable obstacle of infertility, and their success in finally having children. Fischbein examines the efforts of these Biblical figures through prayer and deed. Using their experiences as a starting point, Fischbein discusses her own battle with infertility and how others may benefit from her experience.

To help others find their way through this difficult experience, Fischbein focuses on:

Divine Intervention: the key to understanding yourself and your place in God's plan. How to work on yourself and perhaps alter your "fate".

Prayer: why it sometimes works and other times does not work and how to re-mold its force within you.

Leah and Rachel: How their sibling rivalry impacted on their ability to have children, and why focusing your emotions is a hidden tool for change.

Hannah: How the prayers and actions of Samuel's mother helped her conceive.

Important insights on the husband-wife relationship when infertility becomes an issue, and how to better understand the sensitivities of a woman who has trouble conceiving.

  • Coiril
The tone of this book is at once incredibly honest and deeply warm and empathetic; it feels like having a conversation about a painful subject with a friend who really wants to help you find some clarity. The tone is chatty, peppered with jokes and anecdotes to ease you through difficult subjects. The ideas and various points really stay with you, following you as you move back out into the world after reading it. Her analysis of various Biblical figures is interesting and novel, and opens up the area further.

I personally found this book incredibly useful in beginning to approach all of the complicated emotions that are aroused by infertility. I think, as a side point, its worth reading even if you don't share a particular Biblical orientation with the author. I have never read a book quite like this one on the subject.
  • Andromathris
Jessie Fischbein is a superior Torah educator. Her insights, understanding and unique style share Torah philosophies on this yet unaddressed, but crucial matter. The moral, philosophical and character perfection one will gain from reading this book, applies to both genders and all ages.
  • Landamath
i could not put this book down. it really sheds light on the infertily issue from a spiritual and historical side. it is a great book for anyone suffering from infertility.
  • Clonanau
Often when hearing the bible stories we think of the characters as far off, distant, and hard to identify with. This book closes the gap. It explains how we can relate to the matriarchs, how we can get a glimpse of what they went through and what we can learn from them in a practical way. I would definately recomend it.
  • OwerSpeed
I think the book has something for everyone, not just those that can't conceive, in that it has advice on how to deal with any disappointment in life. I found it a very powerful and moving book.