Busy Days!




Working on getting our seder table ready early!

The past couple of days have been very busy.  Friday we got ready for Shabbat as usual, but this night Baruch and I walked to a Messianic congregation across town (4 miles each way) where Baruch gave the message that night.  We had a great time and they have a wonderful congregation.

Last night we held our regular Saturday night Bible Study.  We had 4 more new visitors who seem very interested in coming regularly.

Haggadah from the Jewish Museum in Amsterdam.

Today we have been cleaning, getting in groceries, and tonight I will begin some of the prep work for the salad and vegetables.  It is a busy time but we will be blessed to have all of our children with us as well as several guests.

We hope that you will have the opportunity to attend a Passover Seder.  To participate in the retelling of the Passover is a great learning experience for both adults and children. May you have a blessed Passover!

Also, I just want to encourage you to read the article Baruch wrote “The Passover That Changed the World.”  I provided the link on my March 31 blog post.  It is 51 pages long and I think you would get a lot out of it.

2 thoughts on “Busy Days!”

  1. Wow, you sure do accomplish a lot! Thank you for sharing Baruchs teachings. Thank you for sharing the picture of your Seder Table. This year will be the second time that I am celebrating Passover with my daughters and granddaughters. I’ve learned more since last year, but I didn’t know how to set the table. I will use your picture as a guide. Thank you again.

    1. Thanks so much for commenting! Pesach is actually one of our favorite times. Of course it is so much easier to keep it here than in the States. We have more prepackaged foods to choose from, the restaurants become Kosher, etc. I have made the same menu, more or less, for the last 15 years or so, so it is easy to prepare, no matter how many guests we have.

      We feel truly blest to be able to live here in the Land. May you have a wonderful Passover! Blessings!

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