Jewish Care and Counseling
Belief in the existence of the G-d the creator.
G-d is unity.
G-d is incorporeal.
G-d is eternal.
Prayers are to be directed to G-d alone.
The words of the prophets are true.
Moses was true and the chief of the prophets.
The whole Torah now in our possession is that which was given to Moses.
The Torah will not be changed
G-d knows all of the deeds and thoughts of man.
G-d rewards those...
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