When I think of Hanukkah I think of my mom. It's not because she was Jewish. She wasn't. What she was was inquisitive. Mom was always searching. She loved to read. She loved stories. She loved true life stories of actual events. She was never one of those people who took someone else's word for… Continue reading Remembering Mom and Celebrating Hanukkah
In this episode I share my thoughts on counting the omer, connecting Passover and Pentecost and what it speaks to me this year.
Prior to the night of THE LORD'S PASSOVER circa Yeshua/Jesus, the Passover meal was done in remembrance of that first Passover in Egypt. When Jesus made the statement, "Do this in remembrance of Me," In essence He was saying: Now when you celebrate the Passover, don't rehearse your deliverance from slavery in Egypt. Celebrate with reference to the deliverance I, the first born of God, am securing for mankind as I lay My life down as the Passover Lamb. THIS IS THE LORD'S ONCE AND FOR ALL PASSOVER delivering mankind from the slavery of sin and bondage to satan.
There is an underground flow that begins in Shevat. Despite the winter freeze, deep beneath the surface a tiny flow is trickling in carrying resurrection life. The sign of the eleventh month (Shevat) is the assurance that new life is coming despite what death might be on the surface.
An unscripted talk, Betty shares her thoughts and perspective on Hanukkah. She connects the topic with God at Sinai, and the Tabernacle as well as the heart of the New Testament Believer
To answer the question which came first we get our answer in Genesis 1.
I've been working on my online presence since January 2019. I'm a bit slow by some standards. For me this has been a whirlwind. I have gone through multiple shifts, changes and turnarounds. At times it felt like getting stuck in one of those traffic circles that you can't get out. Some days this work… Continue reading The Building Plan
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