A recent study in 1 Thessalonians has led to discovering overlooked facts that are giving me a new perspective on life and the situations I am facing. This post is a bit long, but I hope you’ll read it to the end. The Thessalonians had nowhere to hide As I worked through chapter 1, and […]
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Author: Dvora Elisheva
Following are my musings as we usher in the appointed time for the Feast of Tabernacles.
Have you ever noticed (if you live in Israel) how quiet it is on Erev Yom Kippur – before the holiday is even ushered in? There are already fewer buses in the morning, and the singing of birds is louder than the everyday hustle and bustle of life. People do less, speak more softly, and […]
Earlier this month, a friend of mine, Sarah Julia posted an interesting photo on Facebook, with a brief meditation. I’ve been struggling with several things recently (which I may share in a later post), but when I read Sarah’s post, I found myself deeply encouraged. I kept going back to reread it. With her permission, […]
This week, I discovered new depths in a well-known Bible verse – perhaps so well known that we take it for granted. “There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love.” 1 John 4:18 ESV An […]