- Each Mezuzah come with scroll inside in back. Comes as well with two screws to mount the Mezuzah on the doorpost. Scroll inside is replica and not Kosher. We do carry Kosher Klafs of many sizes if you want to buy one contact us please.
- The Jewish mitzvah to place a mezuzah on the doorpost of the home comes from Deut. 6:4-9, a well known passage commonly referred to as the Shema.
- Each Mezuzah comes with Mezuzah mounting instructions.
The Mezuzah signifies the sanctity and blessing of the home. It is a portion of Holy Torah (The Old Testament) inscribed in the same manner and script as a Torah. It is an "original" sanctified document in accord with laws and precepts that dare not be compromised. On this sacred scroll of parchment are inscribed two passages from the book of Deuteronomy. It is customary upon entering or leaving a residence to touch the mezuzah. This reverence acknowledges the belief in the declaration of faith which expresses the unity of God, the duty of loving and serving Him with our whole being and our obligation to observe the Mitzvoth (Deeds) in and out of the home. Because it presents basic principles of faith the Mezuzah is our responsibility to visitors as well as to us. A Mezuzah sanctifies and protects the home, as well as fulfills the saying of the Psalmist, "God will guard your going and coming from now and for all time."
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