Tag: God

  • Choices & Redemption | Kid’s Shabbat School Lesson

    Choices & Redemption | Kid’s Shabbat School Lesson

    Disclaimer, this blog contains links that can be affiliate links. They might provide our family with a small commission.   The scripture tells us to teach our children in the way in which they should go, and they will not depart from it. That is one of the things Dylan and…

  • The Biblical Wedding Feast

    The Biblical Wedding Feast

    I was raised in a Non-Denominational Christian household and church. Growing up I had never been taught the steps or process that make up a Jewish wedding or wedding feast. The older I’ve gotten the more I’ve researched biblical scripture and have a better understanding of what it says and…

  • How We Celebrate a Gospel Centered Passover

    How We Celebrate a Gospel Centered Passover

    **Disclaimer, this blog was created in no place of judgement of others or their beliefs. It was written to share how our family celebrates Passover and the other things written in scripture.  Our family has celebrated the biblical feast of Passover for the last several years. The longer we’ve celebrated…

  • The Power of Our Words and Why What We Say Matters!

    The Power of Our Words and Why What We Say Matters!

    Over the last year I’ve come to the realization that our words have power. You can research and see the different experimental studies that have been done on plants. An individual will verbally speak to two identical plants. The plant that has negative things spoken to it dies, while the…

  • Bitterness..

    Bitterness..

    What is bitterness? The dictionary defines bitterness as disappointment at being treated unfairly, or resentment.  I’m sure we can all think of an individual we’ve met in our lives who shares traits that exhibit bitterness. We ourselves have probably exhibited bitterness at some point in our own lives. Have you…

  • Becoming a Prayer Warrior

    Becoming a Prayer Warrior

    Prayer, what is it? In scripture a couple words are mentioned. The Greek word for prayer is προσεύχομαι. It’s Strong’s G4336 – proseuchomai (pros-yoo’-khom-ahee). The Hebrew word is פָּלַל. It’s Strong’s H6419 – pālal (paw-lal’). Both words appear over 80 times each in scripture. Both words have the same or similar…

  • When Life gets Rough | Put it in the Basket

    When Life gets Rough | Put it in the Basket

    As we live and grow in this thing, we call life. We often experience joy, laughter and happiness but there are also times of hardship and difficulties. Seasons where we just want to give up. Where we just don’t want to carry on anymore. These are the seasons I like…

  • Hanukkah – Celebration of Lights

    Hanukkah – Celebration of Lights

    What is Hanukkah? Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem after its defilement by the Hellenistic Empire. During Hanukkah, a nine-branched menorah is traditionally placed in the window, and one candle is lit every night…

  • Creating a Prayer Space | War Room

    Creating a Prayer Space | War Room

    Prayer is referenced so many times in scripture. The word “prayer” alone is referenced at least 127 times. The word “pray” is mentioned at least 2,164 times.  It’s important! Yeshua/Jesus shows us how to pray in Luke 11. He warns us in Matthew 6 to be mindful how we pray. “But…