The Lord had to take me out behind the woodshed and give me a spanking.

Beautiful post by my dear friend.

Serve Him in the Waiting

I have been a bad person. I say often ” I’m not a good person, but I see I have been disobedient to God, and like any good parent, He wants me to stop being bad.

I was saying to somebody just lately, we judge ourselves by our intentions, we judge others by the consequences they cause.

I have repeated the offense that waylaid me in my youth. It boils down to getting to a “sweet spot” in my walk, then when things don’t go the way I thought they were headed on some item or issue, or relationship. Maybe I I start to look unkindly upon people around me when I recognize a bad attitude in them. I don’t think I am judging, but God is the one who defines what constitutes judging, and unless He reveals it to us we will be doing it and remain clueless of…

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Blow the shofar on Sabbath?

A petition is currently being considered by Prime Minister which, if accepted, will permit a Jew to blow the shofar on Rosh Hashanna on the Temple Mount. Since the first day of Rosh Hashanna is on the Sabbath, it will be the only place in the entire Jewish world that a shofar will be blown and it will mark the first time since the destruction of the Temple that a Jew will be permitted to perform this powerful act at the holiest site in the world.

The Organization of 70 Nations, headed by Rabbi Hillel Weiss, and the Land of Israel Organization (Mateh L’Maan Eretz Yisrael)headed by Aviad Vosoli, petitioned Prime Minister Netanyahu to permit the blowing of the shofar on the Temple Mount on the holy day of Rosh Hashanna. 

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