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Dayenu: It Would Have Been Enough!

A couple of weekends ago we celebrated Passover and Easter. During our Seder, we recited this prayer called Dayenu. This song tells of God’s faithfulness. After each proclamation in the prayer, we shout ‘Dayenu’ which means it would have been enough (sufficient). I think this prayer has great meaning for Christians as well as Jews. tells Read More

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Eternity in our Hearts

God put Eternity in our hearts. This week I am facilitating a Stepping Stone Workshop as an Earth Day Event at our Library. We will be recycling old jewelry and other items to use on concrete stepping stones. As I was getting ready for this workshop and collecting all the items I needed, came up in Read More

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D-Words: Discouragement

The third and final D-Word in this series is Discouragement. Discouragement may greet you when you rise in the morning or when you lay down to sleep for the night. Yet, there is a cure for this Dream Killer. It’s called the Word of God.  Let’s take a look at the life of the Apostle Read More

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D-Words: Delays

Last week we learned our first D-Word, Doubts. Our second D-Word is Delays. Unfortunately, delays happen. Our focus scripture is   –  “But those who wait for the Lord [who expect, look for, and hope in Him] shall change and renew their strength and power; they shall lift their wings and mount up [close to God] Read More