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Israel stands up to a man transformed into a werewolf by a jealous Satan. He has compassion on the creature and so ends a reign of terror.
As an older man, Israel becomes a wise Rabbi, a Tzaddik. He reveals to an anti semitic ruler of a community that he knows he is really a Jew but has been bearing a grudge because of a rejection in his youth.
An avaricious young rabbi wants to learn how to talk to the birds and the animals and tree. Israel whispers the secret to himbut it will only pass to the rabbi if he pays complete attention. He is unable to do so and the gift slips through his hands.
A bad tempered miser is found, after his death, to have been selling all his worldly goods and wealth in order to secretly aid the poor.
A poor girl spends the last of her three pennies to ask a holy beggar to pray for her imprisoned father, and others who are in an equally bad state. She is rescued by a strange man who gives her a large cheque. The man is the ghost of the father of the town's bank manager.
Israel is asked to teach a Rabbi kabbalistic secrets but the rabbi is unworthy and is take by the Prince of Fire.