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Dearly Beloved in Yeshua, The Pilgrims and Hebrew “These all died in faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them afar off were assured of them, embraced them and confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims in the earth” (Hebrews 11:13). The original settlers of America, the Pilgrims, cherished their King James Bibles,

Isaiah 53 Explained

High Holiday Blessings in Yeshua, Yom Kippur Yom Kippur (Yohm key-POOR), the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the Jewish year. It begins this year on the eve of Tuesday, October 8, 2019 and continues until sunset on Wednesday, October 9, 2019. Yom Kippur is a day of total fasting, of afflicting one’s

Boundaries and Brokenness

Shalom B’Shem Yeshua, Of Boundaries and Brokenness The Hebrew month of Elul, the traditional month of repentance before the High Holy Days, occurs this year during the entire month of September (Sept. 1, 2019–Sept. 29, 2019). Following Elul is the month of Tishrei, which begins with the Feast of Trumpets on the eve of September

The Fear of the Lord

Dear Beloved in Messiah, The Fear of the Lord The Lord spoke clearly: The fear of the LORD is the need of the hour. So I researched, and now attempt to write on this most crucial subject. Pages could be filled with the myriad of references to the fear of the Lord throughout the Holy

The God of All Comfort

Dear Mishpochah (Family), The God of All Comfort The word COMFORT has come to me in hundreds of condolence cards since my husband Neil’s promotion to glory in late March. You, our Jewish Jewels partners, have reached out to comfort our family as if we were your own family. You have wept with us, fulfilling

Riches from Ruth

Dearly Beloved in Messiah, Riches from Ruth Five scrolls or megillot (meh-gee-LOAT) are read on five special occasions in traditional Jewish synagogues throughout the world. The Megillah of Ruth is read this month during the holiday of Shavuot (Feasts of Weeks or Pentecost) due to its setting at the time of the barley harvest in

Remembering Rabbi Neil

A Life Well Lived June 10, 1936 – March 25, 2019 Remembering Rabbi Neil Little did I know when I wrote the April newsletter on burdens that I would be faced with the biggest burden of my life—a burden of grief over the loss of my beloved husband, soulmate, and kingdom partner of 48 years.
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