One Last Breath on the Aviv Barley 2016 — A Personal Cry for Unity

Shabbat Shalom, Rivkah and I have continued to receive more questioning regarding the “floating” aviv barley reports, that seem to be drifting into the “air space” of concerned believers. “Who’s report are we to believe?”, they ask. If we go by Isaiah 53:1–it is to whom Yahuweh reveals His “Barley Sheaf”, that will determine what report to believe. Recently, a…

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To See Through His Eyes…

Last Shabbat morning, as we woke up, my prayer was, “Father, let me see each person we feed through your eyes. Allow me to hear Your Spirit on how to pray or what to say to each individual…what You want to say to each person.” As we were serving food and drinks to the homeless, we ask them how they…

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Hope – Wishful Thinking or Confident Expectation?

Discover, in this word study, what ‘hope’ really means from a Hebraic perspective. As Rivkah dives into the deeper meaning of this shallow, often misunderstood English word, what she “unravels” will “confidently” change the way many of us have understood the word to mean – a simple ‘make a wish’ concept. “Let the words of my mouth and the meditations…

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That Overwhelming Feeling

Feeling overwhelmed is part of human nature. It is very easy to become quickly overwhelmed with the things of this world. It is that pressure inside us that rises up like a pressure cooker, causing our minds to be completely scattered and unable to think clearly. A few months ago, I believe Abba revealed to me the source of feeling…

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A Day of Remembering

Today marks two very important events. It is a day of celebrating and a day of sorrow. This morning as I sat and drank my coffee in the early morning hours before the sun rose, I remembered my Grandparents anniversary (March 12, 1938). 76 Years ago today, my Grandparents tied the knot and I’m sure they are celebrating it today.…

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The Dove in Zion Story

November 17, 2013, was  a very significant and moving day for me. I had brought with me Rivkah’s Siddur that I had purchased a few weeks before from the Moriah Bookstore in Jerusalem. I had wanted to come back to Jerusalem one more time before returning to the States. My most favorite place on earth is sitting in the City…

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Overcoming by the Waters of Peace

Shalom and Erev Tov, As I was preparing to fix dinner,  I was talking to my wife Rivkah about each other’s day and she had mentioned the fact that she wanted to write something on Psalm 119 in our blog.  Yesterday morning, we read Psalm 119 together and just the presence of Father in that Psalm has lingered over into…

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