Chag Sameach!

Even with this being the Feast of Unleavened Bread, it will be a busy week.  Since the new day begins at sundown, this means the week began Saturday night.  Last night we had a great study of the first part of Luke 11.  One of the things we discussed was that G-d has His will and purpose for everything and we need to be in submission to His will (see verse 2).  Another subject we discussed was in verse 3 how we are to ask for our daily bread.  This shows our daily reliance/dependence upon Him.  We are not to ask for a month’s supply of food, just what we need for each day.  A third aspect we discussed, from verses 5 through 8, was that we need to be persistent in our prayers.

On another note, I wanted to show you 2 benefits of living in the Land during Pesach.  Spilling out of the bag is kosher for Pesach bread from a local cafe and the other item is a package of kosher for Pesach chocolate cake.  Yummy.


Later this week, we will be participating in the t’vila (immersion) of two people from our Beersheva study.  I hope to post a couple of pictures here on the blog.

Wishing you a blessed day.  According to the Jewish calendar, this is Resurrection Sunday today!


2 thoughts on “Chag Sameach!”

  1. Great post! I needed it! Love the pictures that speak in G-d’s way! Need help in knowing G-d’s will–I know to study Bible to know His word, pray, and be led by Holy Sprit, is there anything else to definitely know His will? I was wondering about hell–I know a person in hell will not have G-d’s physical light, but will they also be in total darkness as no electricity? Safara

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