More on the 10 Days of Awe

Posted by on Sep 23, 2020 | 0 comments

More on the 10 Days of Awe

The Days of Awe have reached their midpoint. There are only five of them left. Five evenings. Five mornings. Five days. This sixth Day of Awe is dedicated to reconnecting the Awestruck Heart with the sixth Prophetic Empowerment of our Bridegroom King. This empowerment is usually translated from the Hebrew to English as ‘You will not kill’ or ‘You will not commit murder’. But the prophetic empowerment was not given in English. It was given in Hebrew, and the Hebrew verb used by the Holy One is so much deeper than the English verbs ‘kill’ or...

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Days of Awe – Day 9

Posted by on Sep 17, 2018 | 0 comments

One more day. Just one. That is all we have left Dear Friends. Just a matter of hours, with a few odd bundles of minutes and seconds thrown in. These are all that stands between us and the time appointed for us to walk with our Creator through the Valley of the Shadow of Death. A measured number of heartbeats. A limited number of opportunities for showing kindness. A closing window of chances to attempt to reconcile shattered relationships. Only the most poignant prayers of t’shuvah remain available to us. And then we will be called forward, one by one, to review the meaning and...

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Days of Awe – Day 8

Posted by on Sep 16, 2018 | 0 comments

It is now Day 8 of the Days of Great Awe. This is the appointed time for our Awestruck Hearts to reconnect with the 8th of our Creator’s Prophetic Empowerments from Sinai. This one simply reads: לֹא תִּגְנֹֽב Transliteration: lo tignov rough translation: you will not take for your own use and enjoyment any tangible or intangible thing not meant for or which has not been entrusted to you The Hebrew phrase ‘Lo Tignov’ is traditionally translated into English James as ‘Thou shalt not steal’. English translations of the Bible limit the application and meaning of this empowerment to a...

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Days of Awe – Day 7

Posted by on Sep 15, 2018 | 0 comments

The sands of time are rushing through the great hourglass. The Seventh of the Ten Days of Awe is already upon us. The day of our annual appointed death-to-self consecration ceremony – Yom Kippur – is rapidly approaching. Our focus on this seventh Day of Awe is the Seventh of the Prophetic Empowerment spoken over us by our Bridegroom-King at Sinai. That empowerment is short and sweet: לֹא תִּנְאָֽף transliteration: Lo tinaf rough translation: You will not adulterate yourself This empowerment is commonly translated from the Hebrew to English as ‘You will not commit...

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Yom Teruah – the BLOWING

Posted by on Sep 7, 2018 | 0 comments

We had a wonderful time celebrating the ‘blowing’ – Yom Teruah – it was a night filled with love, and mercy, good food and fellowship.  My husband and I felt led by the Holy One Himself to send out an open invitation to all those in the surrounding areas. Those who were divided, who were hurt, disappointed and at odds with each other. Truth be told, there was a fair amount of push back from all sides against an open invitation. We pondered if we were hearing from the Father or if it was simply something we wanted to do in our own flesh. But the Father kept bringing to...

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Hanukkah musings…..

Posted by on Dec 12, 2017 | 2 comments

It’s true – Hanukkah or Chanukah or however you want to spell it, is simply, in the Hebrew mindset, a FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS! It is not a commandment or appointed gathering, but it is a celebration of freedom over tyranny and oppression. And, it surely is a great excuse to get the family and friends together, eat fried food (love those latkes!), play dreidel and enjoy holiday traditions. Time for you to tell the story of how a few rag-tag believers had victory over the strongest of enemies – and make it personal! When researching the traditions of Hanukkah, many have been...

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