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Daily Omer meditation!! With the mitzvah of counting the 49 days, known as Sefirat HaOmer, the Torah invites us on a journey into the human psyche, into the soul. There are seven basic emotions that make up the spectrum of human experience. At the root of all forms of enslavement, is a distortion of these emotions. Each of the seven weeks between Passover and Shavuot is dedicated to examining and refining one of them.

A practical guide to becoming great in 49 days.

Tu B'Shvat: The 15th of the Hebrew Month of Shvat, is the "new year for trees" (Talmud - Rosh Hashanah 2a)

I met a man from Israel who told me that they have a special holiday where everyone in the country plants three trees. Tu B'Shvat: The of the Hebrew Month of Shvat, is the "new year for trees" (Talmud - Rosh Hashanah

2014-2015 – 2014 Feast of Tabernacle Jewish Lunar Eclipse: in 1 week, 0 days, 1 hour, 11 minutes, 29 seconds Genesis 1:14 “Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs. In 2014 – 2015 a rare sequence of Tetrad Red Blood Moon lunar eclipses will occur on the Jewish Holidays of Passover and the Sukkot (Feast of...

– Countdown to the 2014 Jewish Feast of Tabernacle (Sukkot) Red Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse: in 1 week, 3 days, 22 hours, 51 minutes, 0 seconds Genesis

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So many times I find myself praying for the same things for my children. That they are healthy. They they are safe. That they are obedient. The other day I was reading the Bible, and I came upon Philippians It's the perfect Scripture to pray for your kids

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Everlasting beginnings

There are no true endings, only everlasting beginnings - Uchtdorf Project Life Conference Printables

The Biblical Truths by Tod W. Slaton PART 2 Praise YAHUAH - YouTube

all Credits go to Christine Jackman Choneni Elohim (Be Gracious to Me, O G-d), From Psalm of David after his affair with Batsheva (Bathsheba). This worsh.

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