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My House Will Serve the Lord – Joshua 24:15 Scripture Printable

My House Will Serve the Lord – Joshua 24:15 Scripture Printable

But I and my house will serve the Lord, for he is holy. – Joshua 24: 15 Here is a Joshua 24:15 scripture printable for your home, so you can easily study and meditate on […]

Biblically Clean Rice Krispie Treats

Biblically Clean Rice Krispie Treats

Happy Friday! It’s Shabbat prep day and as we are preparing for Shabbat I wanted to give you one of the recipes I love to make – Homemade Rice Krispie Treats. They are quick to […]

Shavuot Scriptures Printable

Shavuot Scriptures Printable

Happy almost Shavuot! Even though I am Sefirat HaOmer (Counting the omer) I feel like Shavuot is sneaking up on me this year! We have a very vague idea of what we are doing to […]

Why Read the Apocrypha: The Book of Baruch

Why Read the Apocrypha: The Book of Baruch

Part 5 in our Why Read the Apocrypha series where we discuss the books of the Apocrypha. So far we discussed – The Book of Tobit, the Book of Judith, the Book of Wisdom, and […]

Shavuot is Coming + How to Count the Omer

Shavuot is Coming + How to Count the Omer

Shavuot is coming! Shavuot is the holiday to remember the giving of the Torah and the giving of the Holy Spirit to the disciples of Jesus. This is a time to remember and to celebrate […]

An Introduction to the Spring Feast Days

An Introduction to the Spring Feast Days

The spring feasts of the Lord are coming quickly this year. I love the springtime. This is such a wonderful time to see the earth waking back up from the long frost of winter. Spring […]

Passover Cleaning – Planning and Ideas

Passover Cleaning – Planning and Ideas

Passover is coming up soon. One of the most recognizable factors of Passover and the Feast of the Unleavened Bread is the removal of all leavening from our homes. Leavening is a symbol of sin. […]

The Gregorian Calendar Vs The Hebrew Calendar

The Gregorian Calendar Vs The Hebrew Calendar

Last week I wrote about the roots of the Gregorian New Year’s and contrasting it to the Biblical New Year. This week I thought it would be fun to take an in-depth look into all […]

The Biblical New Year vs The Gregorian New Year

The Biblical New Year vs The Gregorian New Year

Celebrating the new year is very popular around the world. People throw cute parties, spend time with their families, watch the ball drop in Times Square, craft their new goals and resolutions for the upcoming […]

Happy Purim!

Happy Purim!

Happy Purim! As I am writing to you, Purim is less than a week away!  Purim or the Festival of Lots is the holiday Mordecai instituted for all the descendants of the Hebrews to celebrate. […]