Passover

27 May 19
Ell's Daily Inspirations

Deuteronomy 16:1-8 Keeping the Passover was commanded by God, so that the children of Israel would always remember the night God delivered them out of Egyptian oppression. Not only was it commanded so they’d never forget God’s unmerited grace, but also that their children, and children’s children would know what God did for His people, […]

27 May 19
LZYLA/R

Tuesday, April 02 2019 Just another day with this fucking face, sunken gaze, rugged lips, barren nase Hair misplaced, where is base(?) Composure[?] I think that I’ve been not often sober and lettin’ these fuckin’ scales tip over Havin’ a fire sale on my disclosure of piped “I’m so sure”‘s that I’m a motor for […]

27 May 19
RONNIE SAMUEL HULSE

Thus saith the lord God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob Thus saith the Lord God creator of the whole of creation of the Heavens and the Heaven of Heavens who holds the Universe in the palm of His hand who also is infinite in His being without beginning and end of days who is everywhere […]

26 May 19
Blog

On June 21, 2014, my youngest son, 29 years old, was married. This is a luxurious wedding. There are many people attending the grand event of the New York Public Library. But not the mother of the groom. I have not been invited. I hope that I can say so much to the father of…

The danger of parental alienation: not including the mother of the groom was originally published on China

26 May 19
Epistle of Dude

Someone wanted to debate the question here. He says: Wine is wine. Subbing grape juice for wine loses something very crucial to the point of Christ’s message. Alcoholic wine is always and everywhere in the Scriptures a blessing when used for celebration which the Eucharist is. Christ instituted his Supper with wine knowing full well […]

26 May 19
Candle in a Cave

The podcast is available here. I am passing this on to you because it has definitely worked for me. By following the simple advice I read in an article, I have finally found inner peace. The article read: “The way to achieve inner peace is to finish all the things you’ve started.” Such simple advice. […]

26 May 19
sacilliyahblog

Overview What do all these have in common?   Passover is the positive outcome of a horrific ordeal.  It is rightly called the Celebration of Freedom, because it recalls and calls to a memorial, the liberation of a people who withstood 400+ years of brutal servitude as bondmen and bondwomen.  The forgotten and often unmentioned aspect of […]

26 May 19
Daily Office Asia-Pacific

You shall eat your fill and bless the LORD your God for the good land that he has given you. Thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. 1 Corinthians 15:57 INVITATORY AND PSALTER Lord, open our lips. And our mouth shall proclaim your praise. Glory to the Father, […]

26 May 19
Said Another Way

a sermon for the Sixth Sunday of Easter [Year C] John 14:23-29 and Acts 16:9-15 The other day I stopped by the grocery store to pick up a few items, and as I made my way to the stack of baskets something caught my eye. One of the cashiers, in her green Publix vest, was […]

26 May 19
Kingdom of God RSVP

SABBATH God’s Gift to Us The Resurrection Was Not on Sunday Was Jesus three days and three nights in the grave, as He said in Matthew 12:40? Can you figure three days and three nights between sunset “Good Friday” and sunrise Easter Sunday? IT IS COMMONLY supposed today that Jesus was crucified on Friday, and […]

26 May 19
Beyth Shalom Torah Ministry

This document utilizes the Modern King James Version of The Holy Bible which is public domain in the United States of America and available to reproduce and publish without restriction. Traditional Christian terms and names are intentionally used throughout this lesson book to reach a larger scope of readers and help those who may be […]

26 May 19
Beyth Shalom Torah Ministry

This document utilizes the Modern King James Version of The Holy Bible which is public domain in the United States of America and available to reproduce and publish without restriction. Traditional Christian terms and names are intentionally used throughout this lesson book to reach a larger scope of readers and help those who may be […]

26 May 19
Men, Women, Moments

We all know that one of the ways we experience God’s presence in our lives is through the application and incorporation of God’s word into our lives. But have you ever thought about the spiritual component of food in our lives? Just as we are fed spiritually through God’s word so can we be fed […]

23 Mar 19
Chronological Bible in Layman's Terms

Excerpt from “The 14 Eras” booklet by Iva May The Conquest Era Joshua (Approximately 50 years) Under Joshua, God delivered the land into the hands of His people. He divided the land into twelve sections and led Israel to conquer the peoples of the land. God used Joshua to fulfill the promise that He had […]