And Ezra blessed the LORD, the great God; and all the people answered, “Amen, Amen,” lifting up their hands; and they bowed their heads and worshiped the LORD with their faces to the ground. The Levites, helped the people to understand the law, while the people remained in their places. And they read from the
Dear children, My call for you is prayer. May prayer be a joy for you and a wreath which binds you to God. Little children, trials will come and you will not be strong, and sin will reign but, if you are mine, you will win, because your refuge will be the Heart of my
The Seven Characteristics of God Why should we Count the Omer in the days following Easter and leading up to Shavu’ot/Pentecost? Because these days are the climax of God’s expression in us! Having prepared our hearts to know and receive God’s nature during the 49 Days of renewal and preparation that we are commanded to
On the day that Jesus died, when He took his last breath, the veil in the holy of holy‘s was split right in half! Can you imagine that moment? I am sure there was a whole range of emotions from fear to excitement to unbelief! What did the veil represent? What limitations did it represent?
Today’s reading for many is a reflection on the Gospel account of Jesus driving out the money changers in the temple. And just before it, in the Gospel of Mark, we see that Jesus seems particularly irritated at a certain fig tree. Are the two incidents mere coincidence or could they be part and parcel