Bible Study is Back in Session!

While on a walk….

This past Saturday night we held our first Bible Study at the study center since March 7. Everyone was happy to be back to study G-d’s Word and we continued with Isaiah 62.

Isaiah 62:1

“For Zion’s sake I will not hold My peace, and for Jerusalem’s sake I will not rest, Until her righteousness goes forth as brightness, and her salvation as a lamp that burns.”

It is so important to remember that G-d is faithful! He will fulfill all of His promises. To Israel and to you and me!

Keeping our distance!

As you can see from the picture above, we kept our required distance and still enjoyed a great study.


I don’t know about you, but this has been a time to reflect and evaluate how I live my life. Are the things I am doing meaningful for the Kingdom and for my marriage and family? I’ve had time for more prayer and study. We have been able to do more around our home to make our surroundings more pleasant and calm. We’ve enjoyed more time with our children. This has also afforded us the opportunity to connect more with our Team Leaders. I would really like to hear how this time of isolation has changed the way you do things. Leave a comment!

2 thoughts on “Bible Study is Back in Session!”

  1. Ingrid christina kern

    this is definitely a great time for reflection, self reflection, and especially as this is my first time to embrace the counting of Omer, another special learning experience! to designate times for prayer and learning, ergo creating a discipline on our daily walk, is very refreshing and cultivates proper worship. and amazingly it also has brought to me a messianic congregation worshiping online due to the crisis which is about an hour’s drive from me otherwise. so to every curse there is a blessing! i now get to enjoy 1.5 hours morning worship and 2 plus hours afternoon midrash on my shabbat! and the human interaction in this is such a blessing, the rabbi amazing too!

  2. Lavern Punshon

    The lock down has introspection a time for hard questions. How much am I really trusting in God and how much am I leaning on my own understanding? Do I trust in people more than I trust God? Am I really casting my burdens unto God? Am I living out the Bible? Knowing the truth is not enough but working in the power of the Bible is the goal.

    I’m not liking some of the answers I am finding but I know that God is faithful and will lead me in His faithfulness

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