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Canning Beans, thinking of Thanksgiving

October 24, 2017 (1)
Circumstances have not been good for my pantry. Don’t get me wrong, I am thankful for every little bit of, well, everything that we have this year. There just isn’t much to put up from the garden. I think this is the first autumn that I have more empty canning jars then I do full jars. It is a weird feeling. Nothing got planted until August 1st this year. We are counting our blessings having ANYTHING to put up. Yesterday Ray and I put up 4 (yes four) pints of snap beans. FYI; a “normal” year yields at least three dozen pints.

Generally I sort my beans by color and size but this year I had to put everything together just to fill four jars. Even the Dragon’s Tongue that usually is strictly for Bentos went into the jars. Since I’m not working and therefore not making Bento anymore that should be fine.

October 24 (1) Giving Thanks. Everyone has their traditions, one of mine is making a Sabbath (Friday after Thanksgiving) night Thanksgiving dinner featuring food that we have grown on our urban farm. It started as a way of having plenty of left-overs for Ray’s lunches when he was working in the woods. That was such a physical job, I couldn’t get enough calories into him to keep his pants fitting snug. These days it is a night to celebrate our harvest. Besides beans there were homegrown potatoes, fresh (frozen) corn, pumpkin and apple pies, jams for the rolls made from (store bought) organic flour and our own eggs, pickles, dilly beans, fresh salads with the tomatoes that were picked green at the final harvest, and if we the frost held off, artichokes. Even the turkey we bought (organic or Kosher) was seasoned with herbs and apples grown at home.

October 24, 2017 (3) This year? Four pints of snap beans. Does that worry me? Honestly? It does worry me a little bit. But I know the story of the first Thanksgiving.

Psalm 55 My prayer time was from Psalm 55. Trouble overwhelmed David. He was not sure that the Almighty would be able or willing to hear his prayer. The opening words, “Give ear…” are from a Hebrew word that pictures putting your open hands behind your ears so that you can hear something from far away. He says he is “restless” (I’m reading the NAS) from the voice of hate (the enemy), there is a grudge against him, he is overwhelmed with everything going on around him. The very walls of the city, meant to protect those within, feel like a cage. He longs to just escape. Someone he counted as a dear friend in the Lord is the worst hater. David is so unsettled by circumstances that fear has become the controlling factor of his life.

Been there.

Like David, I’ve thought that my circumstances were my reality instead of my challenge to stand firm in the Almighty. God is not controlled by circumstances. Walking in the shadow of his wings (the edge of the prayer shawl, and thus aware of His presence in prayer), I should know by now that circumstances are just chances to Trust in the LORD with a heart that belongs completely to Him (Proverbs 3:5-6). One more opportunity to know that I am safe with Him instead of on my own to sort life out. By the close of Psalm 55, David figures this out. It takes me longer then the length of a poem-prayer. But the Almighty loves me and opens my eyes to see what is real instead of what is meant to control my emotional state.

Cast your burden upon the LORD, and He will sustain you; He will never allow the righteous to be shaken. Psalm 55:22

Even in my emotions I am not on my own. For Thanksgiving dinner we have snap beans. But there is bounty from other years too. Quarts of apple pie filling, homemade canned Brandied Cranberry Sauce, frozen pumpkin, jars of jam. The yard is still filled with herbs. Remember the story of the first Thanksgiving?

The most important element wasn’t the abundance, it was remembering the days of having nothing. Seriously, nothing. There was a season of having two kernels of parched corn EACH…. TWO KERNELS! Each. If they ate more then that then there wouldn’t be enough to plant in the spring. They chose to receive those two kernels of corn with Thanksgiving, and the LORD sustained them to a time of abundance. On the day of abundance, that first Thanksgiving (that is what we call it, they were celebrating Sukkot) the table was set with the best linen, tableware, the best of everything that makes a festive dinner party. They were seated to their finest, and on the plates? Two kernels of corn to remind them of the fruit of Thanksgiving. Thanking our LORD in all things and for all things is powerful. Before they indulged in the feast, they gave thanks for what God had done for them, He did the impossible and sustained them with food that probably required more calories to eat then it provided. I have four pints of home grown snap beans. Fear can control me or I can rest in YHVH. My challenge is really simple, What are you facing? Have you laid it into the lap of the Almighty with thanksgiving?

Debs in Everett, WA ….feeling peace about the coming winter (Proverbs 31:25b)

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I’m all over the place (+ AM Devotions)

October 19 2017 Lk Conner Park
What do we do when it is pouring down rain and the money’s low? Ray and I like to get out to do some birding. Our idea of birding is going to a favorite pull off with our binoculars and (usually) a thermos of coffee (we forgot to bring coffee).

October 19 2017 mergansers Common Mergansers …or maybe Red-breasted Mergansers? We were not sure. Ray said Red, I said Common. The day was so gray, making the afternoon light flat. All we know is that they are Mergansers because of the wild “doo” the guys had after a dive. The crazy crest is something we love about this bird.

October 19 2017 Kingfisher Kingfisher Sitting on the signpost, watching for any fish the Merganser miss was a shy Kingfisher. We did see him hop to the water and come up with a minnow. You may need to look carefully for him in the picture. I only had my phone, not my powerful camera. Ray had his camera, but it has been a while since he used it and the settings were off. If you are having a difficult time seeing Mr Kingfisher, you could make a pilgrimage to the Everett Waterfront in Washington state… or you could just go to a river or lake near your home. If you sit still and are patient, you will see him.

Port of Everett, Everett, Washington saltwater

  1. Mew Gulls
  2. California Seagulls
  3. Malards
  4. One Bald Eagle
  5. Four Crows
  6. at least 7 Mergansers
  7. Pigeons, pigeons, pigeons!
  8. One Osprey (usually there are many)
  9. One Kingfisher

Lake Conner Park: Lake Stevens, Washington freshwater

  1. One Stellar Jay (an old friend from Robe Valley)
  2. Mallards
  3. Harlequins !!!
  4. Golden Eyes
  5. Sparrow (flew by so fast, I’m not sure what kind)
  6. One Shy Poke (Great Blue Heron)
  7. Dozens of Coots

October 20 2017 Morning Devotions; Psalm 50:23 “He who offers a sacrifice of thanksgiving honors Me; and to him who orders his Way aright I shall show the Salvation of God.”

I am thankful that I am not in the business of translating Scripture. It seems like a holy work of guessing.

In Hebrew, the word we see translated “sacrifice” means “praise with uplifted hand” I think it is translated “sacrifice” because it is something we offer to YHVH even if we do not feel thankful. In my overview of 1 Thessalonians, I keep coming across the idea of giving Thanks because it acknowledges the will of the Almighty over my will. It is the same idea here, in Psalm 50:23.

The idea of “who orders” means ‘to set someone on something’.  Between the phrases, “honors Me” and “to him who orders” is the Hebrew letter Vav which is a picture of hooking two things together. In this verse, the sacrifice of Thanksgiving and The Way (living for YHVH) are “hooked together”. The result of walking The Way with Thanksgiving isn’t always happiness in this world, but there is Joy! (and the Joy of the LORD is our strength! Nehemiah 8:10) The Almighty makes you a promise, He will show you the Salvation of God, You can not earn salvation, and you cannot walk The Way by determination. In point of fact, I doubt that you will be able to honestly give a sacrifice of thanksgiving to the Almighty without being born again! If you are not born-again, take care of that before anything else! For those who believe, what are you facing today? Give a sacrifice of Thanksgiving! Are your children doing something or facing something that causes you distress? Acknowledge God’s control and will for you by giving him Thanks. Do not live your life doing what makes sense, walk The Way (live a life that He tells you to live in the Word) You are not your own (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). Is your marriage unsatisfactory or even in trouble? Did you make a huge mistake? Offer the sacrifice of Thanksgiving for your spouse (never stay if you are being physically hurt, do not participate in evil) and live your life for the Almighty. How is your health? your finances? your job? Give a sacrifice of thanksgiving and walk The Way!

I shall show the Salvation of God… What is it that God rewards you with? The Salvation of God. But you say, ‘I am already born-again’ and besides, you know you cannot earn salvation by what you do, so what does that mean?

Salvation is from the Hebrew word, Y’shua. The One we call Jesus. God will show you how much He loves you by showing you Jesus. When was the last time you read Isaiah 53? He feels your suffering, your grief, your every pain. Have you been angry at Him because of the circumstances you face? He isn’t angry with you. Talk to Him. He will show you the love of Jesus. What are you waiting for? He heals broken hearts. (Psalm 147:3) Go to him now.

February 23 Chickens (1) Bomber Debs in Everett, WA …whose broken heart and emptiness is slowly starting to heal. It still hurts, but it isn’t as sharp of a pain.

We still have ten hours and 35 minutes of daylight. If you have a hoop house or green house, you can still plant winter salad in Everett, Wa. It is getting late, but you can if you want. Ray and I will still plant Garlic and Fava (Broad) Beans on October 31. You ?

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Morning Devotions: Psalm 25:1

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Forty years as a Believer in Y’shua/Jesus, and I still get surprised when His Word takes me a direction I was not expecting. So there I was, going casually through Psalm 25, an acrostic (like A is for apple, B is for boy… ), which I love (Psalm 119 is a famous acrostic psalm)

To Thee, O LORD, I lift up my soul. Ps 25:1

Aleph is for EleKaa, which is a word for moving toward the goal. Believers walk The Way of the path of life (Which Y’shua promises will be narrow and difficult, Matthew 7:14) We do not walk The Way without a purpose. The Almighty is our goal. That is fairly straight forward. Then, for some reason, I looked up the Hebrew for soul. I know what that word is, but I did it anyway.

The meaning of the word for soul has to do with life. David said he lifted his life, his soul to YHVH. That was when the phrase, “The life is in the blood,” (Lev. 17:11) floated through my mind.

I am the temple of the living God (1 Cor 6:19). All those Sunday school lessons about “Inviting Jesus into your heart” came flooding back. The pictograph for the Hebrew word “heart,” LeB, is the shepherds house; just in case you, like I once did, think that telling children that they should invite Jesus into their hearts, is an incorrect concept. From the beginning, the heart actually is the throne of Y’shua! Track with me, it is the heart that directs the blood. The blood receives life giving oxygen and brings life to the body. It is directed and empowered in that task by the heart. Y’shua said, “…apart from me, you can do nothing” (John 15:5). Believers are empowered and directed by Y’shua. Like blood without a heart to direct, refresh and empower it, so we are nothing without Y’shua-Jesus.

To Thee, o LORD, I lift up my life. Do with it as you will. I’ve been feeling a little mopey at night. Night time is when I listen to my YouTube peeps. Coach Dave on Hagmann, Pastor Paul, Sky Watch. All of them have been talking about “doing” at a time when I no longer have a familiar place to “do”. I took that to the throne. I had a lousy attitude. Abba (Father) gave me a quick, encouraging response. I love being loved!

September Bomber & Rudy Part of that answer has to do with taking care of Bomber (the white Jack Russel). He has had some kind of event that makes it nearly impossible for him to stand up by himself. Added to all of his old injuries (he is a scamp!) he shuffles along with his Grandpa McCoy hobble. In just four days he went from being an active, older terrier to a weak, sad old man. Poor puppy! It has been two weeks now and he doesn’t seem sad anymore. He has accepted his new normal a lot quicker then I have accepted mine. The Almighty has given me inspiration in the loyal warmth of my son’s dog. Hallelujah!

September Fruit There were three other main parts of my “answer” of where my life is to be directed. One has to do with continuing to write (YES!) and the another has to do with farming our little bit of suburban land. I love both of those ministries as much as I love people. I will go where He directs me. Joy!

Ray and I have lived on far less money then we have right now. We are looking at the fun challenge of spending as little money as we can and still living large. The fun part is living a pioneer life in town and watching Abba provide everything we need, and a whole lot of what we want! Faith!

Another aspect of the answer was clear, “Kneel warrior!” Take up the cross and follow Y’shua. Pray!

Debs in Everett, Wa…. trying to organizeSeptember TJ Pumpkins a menu guideline and a shopping list for October. Remembering that I can do ALL things through Christ who strengthens me. (Phil 4:13)

*The picture of flowers was from an outdoor display at TJ’s in Everett, WA. Since we did not plant any pumpkins this year, I also took this picture of pumpkins from TJ’s… cause we gotta have pumpkins. September 26, 2017

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Morning Devotions: Unmasking Jesus

Can Jesus be found in the “Old” Testament? Yes, once you know where he has been hidden by the translators. I do not think less of those brave translators who spilled their blood to bring the words of the Almighty to me and you in a language we can understand. There were some things the Almighty hid from them. There were no conspiracies in their life’s work.

September 20, 2017

O LORD, in Your strength the king will be glad, and in your salvation how greatly he will rejoice!

You have given him his heart’s desire, and You have not withheld the request of his lips.     Selah.

For You met him with the blessings of good things; You set a crown of fine gold on his head.

He asked life of You, You gave it to him, length of days forever and ever.

His glory is great through Your Salvation, Splendor and majesty You place upon him.

For You make him most blessed forever; You make him joyful with gladness in your presence.     Psalm 21:1-6 nasu

Did you see Jesus? He is mentioned twice by name and once more as the “Alpha and Omega” in this passage. Let me unmask Him for you.

Salvation. The Hebrew name of our Jesus is Y’shua. The name Y’shua has become a popular way to call upon the name of the Lord in this era. The name is almost always translated from Hebrew as “salvation,” do you see him now?

21:1  O YHVH (LORD) in Your strength the king (David) will be glad, and in Y’shua (Jesus) he will rejoice!

David said that in Y’shua he rejoiced! That is the first unmasking.

21:5 His glory is great through Your salvation, splendor and majesty You place upon him.

Salvation. David recognizes that his worth (glory: a manifestation of deity) is because of Y’shua. Through the ages there have been many kings of multiple nations. Few of them are remembered the way David is. What sets him apart? He tells us that it was Y’shua; it wasn’t the “things”. I agree with him. Psalm 21 declares that YHVH gave David “good things” including the crown of Israel (verse 3). But the “things” were not the desire of David’s heart. Most people fix their eyes on the “things” just as Eve fixed her eye on the beautiful fruit of the forbidden Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Like Eve, we miss what is really valuable, and like Adam, we want what someone else seems to have instead of seeing that our God really is our greatest treasure.

21:6 For You make him most blessed forever; You make him joyful with gladness in Your presence,

‘ot The Aleph and Tav. Have you ever wondered why Y’shua-Jesus said that He is the Alpha and Omega? I have heard a lot of preachers and teachers come up with a lot of different reasons. I will tell you what I know, you can decide if the facts lead to my conclusion.

The “New” Testament sitting in your lap has been translated from the Greek language. The first and last letter of Greek is the Alpha (we get our Latin letter A from it). The last letter of the Greek alphabet is Omega. Track with me… Salvation (Y’shua-Jesus) is from the Jews. The Jewish language is Hebrew. Throughout the Hebrew Scripture you will find a little word, ‘ot. That word is spelled with the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, Aleph, and the last letter of Hebrew, Tav.  When Aleph-Tav is translated to Greek it became Alpha and Omega. Most English translators simply transliterated Alpha and Omega instead of translating it to A and Z. They must have known it was important but did not make the connection.

Hebrew is a unique language. Letters in Greek and English represent sounds. When the letters are put together into words, we readers are able to “sound them out” and speak the written word. Hebrew letters are different. Most of them represent sounds, but not all of them. Aleph, the first letter, does not represent a sound. That is why it is often represented with an apostrophe instead of a letter. (the “o” in this word is from the vowel marker, not from the Aleph) Hebrew words are pictographs of ideas. Aleph represents “Almighty God”. Tav does represent a sound, it is the same sound as our letter “t” but there are two Hebrew letters that make that sound. The more important aspect of Tav is “a sign” from the Almighty. Tav is the cross! When you put them together, you can say that the Aleph and Tav are “the God of the cross” (…and this shall be a sign, the ‘ot, for you… Luke 2:12; the angel was telling the shepherds who the babe is. The sign was not the swaddling cloths, that was just how they would distinguish this baby from all the other babies in Bethlehem)

Three times in the Revelation, Y’shua-Jesus told us that He is the ‘ot, the Aleph-Tav, The God of the cross. But what does that have to do with Psalm 21:6?

The Almighty kept the ‘ot a mystery. You can find it all over the place in the “old” testament. Translators did not know what to do with it. It is in Genesis 1:1 but it is not translated into English. Plenty of times it has been translated “the”. My Hebrew teacher told me that it is usually the “definite article,” but not always. He believes in Jesus the Messiah (a big deal for a Jewish man). When I asked him about the Alpha and Omega, he sat back. I could see him making the connection as he thought it through, but he did not answer me at that moment. It seems that the Almighty kept ‘ot  a mystery to more then just the translators. It is mistranslated in Psalm 21:6 as “with” in kj. In Hebrew the phrase is ‘et-panneykaaPanneykaa, or Paniym (H6440) means “the face” and is translated “presence” or “countenance” in kj. Strong’s says that the word is plural but is always used as a singular word (like many of the words for deity). David says, ‘YHVH (You) makes David (him-the king) joyful with gladness in ‘et-panneykaa (‘et because of a different vowel marker) in the face of the Alaph-Tav is joy! Have you experienced it?

In His presence is fullness of joy!!!

Debs in Everett, Wa. September 21 (Rosh Hashannah) 2017

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Moments of Doubt

Tuesday, the day before school starts and I was not getting up to go to a teachers meeting. That is never going to happen for me again. I almost couldn’t breath. This is no way for a warrior to start her day.

20170907_061744 Strong coffee and a little bit of time on Face Book. Does anyone care about me? The Almighty answered me… FROM FACE BOOK! His answer came from “Hebrew For Christians” by John Parsons, who posted…

What are you seeking today? The Lord says, “Seek Me that you may live” (Amos 5:4). If you feel empty today, ask God to feed you with His life giving food. Ask Him for energy, power and strength. Seek YHVH and His goodness. He is faithful and true and will surely answer the sincere heart. You will seek Me and find Me when you seek Me with all your heart.” (Jeremiah 29:13)

Well that was nice.

Into the word, which happened to be John chapter 4; I thought it was about some woman at a well. Turns out that it is about Y’shua (Jesus) and the food he eats. “My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me, and to accomplish His work.” (John 4:34)

I was back to thinking that being a teacher was my work, but that is only how I got a check. That isn’t God’s will for me. I was looking at things all wrong. I need to be about the work the Almighty wills me to do. I am not exactly sure yet what that IS but I do know what it isn’t. There was a time, not so long ago, when I sat in my Garden, praising Abba, telling him that I loved the life he had given me (an urban homestead), in fact I loved it so much that if He wanted me to do anything else He would have to drop it into my lap. He did just that, one day later. Now he has lifted it from my lap. I’m picking up from where I was that day. My garden needs some attention, but if this is the Almighty’s will for me then I’ll get it back in order.

20170908_112625 It is September. I am very limited on planting options. Ray is in the midst of making a hoop house for some VERY late winter crops for our farm. (If you look carefully you can see the structure out my office window.) Today, just to start getting dirty, I bought a tiny little philodendron, a small pot and cord to make a hanger (for the plant hook Ray put above my office window.) Before I had children (was that really 40 years ago?) I discovered that this little plant was always forgiving. A good place to start. Even as a tiny baby plantlet it seems cheerful. The next job, straighten up the green house.

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Me oh my! I had a jungle full of weeds growing in my beautiful green house. The outside walls and roof need a good cleaning, but while I build up my energy levels (there is a whole lot of sitting down when you are a teacher on a computer) I settled for cleaning  up the mess inside. I worked my way back, foot by foot. I knew the measurements because one square foot is the size of the bricks that make the path down the center of the green house. Bit by little bit I weeded and straightened my way down the aisle. There was color in the planter box to my right. Could it be? Tomatoes I had started from seed? When my hip hurt too much to get up and down to plant those little baby plants outside, I sat on my garden stool and planted my little tomato plants in the green house planter box. They had not been touched all season long, though Ray told me that he did water the box during the summer. I got the vines under control and harvested the pretty basket of tomatoes in the picture. Persimmons, Brandywine, Black Plum and Stripped Romas. We feasted on Pesto Pasta with some amazing tomatoes. All because the Almighty said, “Be fruitful and multiply” They live up to their calling. Ray was thinking Tomato Sandwiches sounded really good.

September 8, 2017 OAYSE - CAFeI even finished my next Ephesians study.

The will of the Father Ephesians 1:7-10

Debs… praying for Mexico (8.1 earthquake), Huston (still recovering), Everyone in Irma’s path, the firemen and citizens of the NorthWest while everything burns, and for the wisdom and wise counsel of those in DC who need to respond to N Korea. May God have mercy on America and Americans. ….Are you saved?

September 8, 2017

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It all comes down to this…

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We have finally settled on a business name, Lavender Deb’s Boxed Lunches. Chris said it out-loud after we had gone through a small list of other possibilities. It is a phrase that I use often, it makes sense. One more purposeful step toward something that fills me with anxiety and, at the same time, joyful determination! I’ll start a tab on this site. It will have to do until either Ray or I have an idea of what we want for a website.

Today’s Ephesians study was all about “In Him.” How odd to be familiar with something and still learn new things about it. I have so much because of the prepositional phrase, “in Him.” You do to if you are a blood bought believer. Of everything that we have In Him, there is purpose. Tribulation is for GLORY (the manifestation of deity). In Christ (the Him of “in him), YHVH has an eternal purpose. That the manifold wisdom of YHVH might be made known in the heavenly places. Toward this purpose, In Him we have bold access to the throne through faith “In Him”

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Caramel Apple Fairy Cakes

What does Ephesians 3:12 have to do with Lavender Deb’s? Time will tell the full story. But today I have confidence “In Him” that even in loosing one job, YHVH has not thrown me away, he still has an eternal purpose for me “In Him,” who took bread and fish (as an American I like to think that He made sandwiches for everyone, and that the ravens deliver… who gets that last one?), the little bit that was given to Y’shua, which became enough to feed 5000 men and their families. A defeat for the wicked rulers in the heavenly places.

Lavender Debs… testing Parmesan garlic sticks for the Meatball Marina box. (hoping to survive the 82 degree weather today while baking).

August 27, 2017 Happy Birthday David!

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Does God really love me?

It is the day of the great American eclipse. Serious fog is blocking my view in Everett, Wa. We cannot see across the valley, never mind seeing to the sky.
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The dogs are acting a little weird, at least Rudy is. He is jumpy and acting like he either hurts or will be hurt. He doesn’t want to eat. It’s hard to watch. Coincidence? Of the many details I prayed for last night, one of them was that the Almighty would take care of my dogs if Scott Clark is correct and the rapture of the church takes place this year on the Feast of Trumpets. That is so exciting! Yet, while I write that thought my eyes turn to the warm body with the faithful eyes who is tightly cuddled next to me. What will become of my dog?

3March 26, 2017 (18)I know that there are animals in heaven. Y’shua returns from heaven on a white horse. Surly there is a place for Rudy and Bomber too. I will trust Him, whose eyes are on anonymous sparrows.

My title isn’t really my question. I KNOW the Almighty loves me. I’m actually a little overwhelmed by that fact after a very brief study of Ephesians 1:5-6.

In Love YHVH predestined us to adoption as sons through Y’shua haMashich to Himself according to the kind intention of His will to the praise of the glory of His grace which He freely bestowed on us in the Beloved.

My pre-study starts with 5w’s and an h. I’ve already looked at some word studies during my overview. (I was well trained by Kay Author’s Precept Ministries a long time ago) Looking at the question of when this this passage took place, the enormity of the little phrase, “before the foundation of the world” began to sink in.

Y’shua is famous  for telling us that He is going to prepare a place for us. John 14:3 But it occurs to me that I was “predestined to adoption… before the foundation of the world. My take on this is that, like we know Y’shua is doing, the Almighty prepared a place for us. To prepare a place for us agrees that he already chose us “before the foundation of the world.” Y’shua paid my price with his blood, YHVH accepted the payment and raised Him from death. Y’shua returned to the Heavenly realm to ‘prepare a place’. Now we are simply waiting for Him to come again and receive us to Himself.  I’m not sure which direction this study will go, but “In love” is how it is speaking to me today. Are you ready?

Aug 20 2017 Eph 1 3-4 Par ici et par la Speaking of the Ephesians study, the 2nd lesson has been posted. I loved what the Almighty was speaking to me. It was almost hard to keep up it came so fast. Pour a cuppa coffee, then click here “Who are you?” Ephesians 1:3-4 I promise it is not as long as the 1st lesson I did. It will give you something kewl to do while you wait for the eclipse to pass over.

Debs in Everett, WA 8/21/2017

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