Update on Adna’s Fund

Shalom Girls,

Sorry I’ve been so quiet…I’m in and out of town for the next two months…so if I don’t write, you know why! :)

We are getting so close! The fundraiser that I am doing for Adna with Lilla Rose is up to the 35% commission, and we are only $168 in sales from moving them up to the 40% mark!!! Remember, if you are new to Lilla Rose, if you sign up an account (click the “go shopping” button and then you will see a place on the upper left hand corner where you can sign up an account) and order 3 or more items, you can get one free (up to a $16 value)! Please do contact me to personally place that order for you (just the free item), as I must be the one to order that item!  So not only do you get a great deal, but this precious couple also will be blessed by each and every order you place!

Also, his family has opened up a fund, which you will see on the side bar (sorry it’s cutting some of it off, but if you click on it, it will bring you to the site) and with that fund, we are now also 27% of the way of paying for his NAM! May Yahweh richly bless each and every one of you for your gifts! We greatly appreciate each and every one!

But let’s not stop! Even if you can only give $5-$10, each and every dollar is such a blessing and will go towards helping Adna get the medical care he needs. Please prayerfully consider helping this precious couple out, as they raise this precious arrow for His glory!

Yahweh bless you! Keep pressing ever onward!

Samantha

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Fundraiser for Adna

You’re Invited…

To a Lilla Rose Hair Party…

But wait, that’s not it…

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Not only will you be getting beautiful items that will last, but you’ll be helping a young family in need, too!

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Adna was born 4 weeks ago with a cleft lip and palete and needs to under go repair surgeries and so I am doing a fundraiser to help this young family out.

For every order placed, Adna’s family will receive 30%!

But wait…there’s more! If we reach over $500 in sales, they will receive 40% and if we reach over $1000 in sales, they will get 45% of all sales!!!! That’s $450 they will get for every $1000 we spend!

Have you been wanting to get some gifts? Now is the time! :) Not only can you get your family and friends beautiful gifts, but you’ll be richly blessing another family in the process!

I’m offering all first time Lilla Rose customer’s a great offer as well! If you sign up an account under me and order 3 or more items, you will get 1 item free (up to a $16 value!) of your choice!! So not only will you be blessing a young couple, but you will also earn a free product, too! 

(I must place the free item order myself…just contact me with your details and the item you’d like to receive for free!

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Get high quality beautiful hair clips that can work in every hair type…which allows you to create beautiful styles in just minutes!

Shop at: www.lillarose.biz/parties/6325

You can also contact me at: 207-717-4302 or via email at: samanthajoy@roadrunner.com

If you want to donate to the cause of helping without purchasing anything, you can do so via the addresses below and they will receive 100% of what you donate!

Please send all gifts to the following addresses;

Paypal to: samanthajoy@roadrunner.com

Checks to: Samantha LaGoy 58 LaGoy Lane, Milo Maine 04463

Yahweh bless!

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Septembers Flexi is here!!!

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28 Days in July

I would like to share a link with you of a mother’s testimony in Israel.  Girls, please continue to pray for Israel and the precious people there. It breaks my heart to watch how many people simply are not willing to look at the truth of what is going on. They read the mainline news and have no idea what actually took place in Israel, as they’re reading news written by anti-Israel supporters. Remember that Israel is Yahweh chosen land and we need to always remember to have our support in the right place.

http://www.jpost.com/Not-Just-News/28-Days-in-July-374306

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem” ~Ps 122:6

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Feminine Modesty Monday

Hello Girls,

Today I want to share with you an outfit that I just found at the thrift-store for only a couple of dollars! The skirt is 100% linen and VERY cool and comfortable…it’s not often I actually have to HEM a skirt, but it was actually dragging on the ground! :) The blouse is made of 100% cotton and I just loved the dainty cotton lace collar and pleats down the front, as well as the gathered sleeves! I just thought it added a really pretty feminine look to it! (Sorry for the squinting eyes…the sun was really bright! =))

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Then I did my hear in a semi-twist, held back with a flexi I am growing to love…the Keltic Lore! :)

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So What Made the Difference? Part 3

If you haven’t read the following previous articles, you may want to.

“Sirens, Rockets, Fairs and Fireworks”

“So What Made the Difference? Part 1”

“So What Made the Difference? Part 2”

He begs us to cry and tell them…to show them their sins…to provoke them to jealousy (Roms 11:11). He tells us that their sin is keeping them from Him. He longs to save them. He longs to give them His shalom, his eternal peace. Yet, as I read this next verse, my heart cries out…

“And he saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor…” (59:16) It reminded me of the verse in Matt 9:37 “Then saith he unto his disciples, The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few;” and he goes on to tell us, “Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest.”

As I sat there, my heart cried out because of his heart crying out that there are none to intercede for them! He longs for laborers, but says that they are few and far between. There are few laborers, but girls, the harvest truly is plenteous!! I saw so many hungry faces while there! Longing faces for something far deeper than they had! Faces that told me they are starving for something…but they don’t even know what they are looking for or are hungry for! The question is, will we be His ambassadors? His laborers, regardless as to the price? Are we willing to be His children, completely, laying each and every single thing aside, giving Him every area of our lives, even if that means being persecuted for our faith? Are we willing to do what it takes to fully serve him? Or will we keep holding onto something that isn’t ours to keep or hold onto?

I started the book of Isaiah praying that Yahweh would open my heart and my eyes to see the love that he had for Israel and the people their, and that He would give me a love like He had for them, and I ended the book feeling a deep and growing love for them. I knew without a doubt, I would one day be there, although I still had no idea how. I also knew He had called me, and that He wanted me to share His love with them and for them.

I don’t know exactly how or when this transition occurred, I only knew it did. I had never had such a longing to be in Israel as I did then, and as I do now. But little did I know what He had in-store for me.

I soon found out that some very dear friends (who are like our extended family) were all praying about returning to the land…can you guess when? :) I still hadn’t really shared what I felt Yahweh tell me as to when I would be in Israel, but just kept praying that if it was truly His will, he’d make a way.

In the fall I started learning Hebrew through Ulpan (an Israeli university and online course teaching people different languages, but obviously I took Hebrew :)), and Yahweh, by so many last minute things, orchestrated that I could go to Israel for a month during March/April, meeting up with our precious friends! I literally got the okay one day, bought my tickets and within a day or so flew out! Yes, I’m learning to become VERY flexible! :)

Another turning point in my thoughts about Israel and the Jews vs. what I had always wanted concerning Africa, was this verse…Rom 1:16 “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of the anointed: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.” I know it isn’t wrong to want to go to Africa and share the gospel there, we were commanded to go into all the world. But for me, this was a turning point. I realize more than ever that where Yahweh wanted my focus, wasn’t where my focus was and that HAD to change.

But I have to share another amazing story with you about Israel. I could go on and on about my time there, but I will try to keep this as short as I can, as I know I have already gone on for quite awhile already! :) But…I have had dreams growing up about being in Africa and what it would look like, be like, living amongst them, sharing the gospel, but also just what living conditions would be like. My friends picked me up at the bus station in Israel and as we were driving to our house, I was stunned. I couldn’t take it in quick enough! I sat there thinking to myself… “this is exactly as my dreams have always been…how I’ve always pictured it being like!” and then they told me that “this is Africa” or something along those lines. Its a section that in a lot of ways, does remind us of Africa, even though it was actually Israel. But it was something that I had to look up to Yahweh and smile about. And as I left Israel, I knew my prayers had been answered. I loved Israel and these people with an unquenchable love. It broke my heart in two to have to say goodbye, even if I know it’s only for a time. I loved them all, so very, very much and I can hardly wait to get back to them all!

This is why I sat there at the fair a mere two evenings ago, almost in tears, as I thought about all my precious brothers and sisters in Israel who are enduring these endless rockets…for as Ruth said, I can boldly say “Your people are my people, your God, my God”. But this is also why I laid down in my bed marveling at the work that Yahweh had done within my heart, because I knew I had been one of the many people not long ago, who did not have a burning desire to be in Israel, serving in Israel, loving the people of Israel.

For those of you who are afraid to go because of what is going on, I would urge you to do a study on fear. Yahweh says some 365 times (thereabouts, but isn’t that funny? One for each day of the year…I think Yahweh realized we’d need the constant reminder, don’t you?!) to not be afraid or to not fear. He tells us to not let the rumors or wars, stop us or make us afraid. He tells us not to worry what man can do, but what God can do. And really, what an honor to die serving the King of Kings, if that is what He calls us to do!! There is something far worse than dying while serving our King, and going to be with Him forever! I mean, what could be more honorable?

I’m not going to say it is easy when we decide to serve Him. Yahweh never promised us it would be, infact, he tells us the opposite! He warns us we WILL be persecuted. Read scripture. Life as a believer was not and is not easy. It never has been. YET, I stand here to tell you it is SO ABSOLUTELY WORTH IT ALL! Why would we think that it would be easier for us, than it was for the Son of God? But, remember who our God is!!! When you realize that He does not slumber or sleep, and that he is with you no matter where you are, and that when you are weak, he is strong…it brings a lot of strength and comfort to us!

As I close, I want to ask you to please continually seek Yahweh and pray for his people. If you feel a lack of love for Israel or His people, pray and ask him to give you such an unquenchable love for them! He really will answer your prayers! Pray and seek Him earnestly about how to carry out your part in the body and in sharing the good news with those around you. But always remember to pray for the peace (eternal peace) of Jerusalem, and for the people of Israel!

Thank you for letting me share. I love you all and pray this will richly bless you and help you on your own personal journey! May Yahweh richly bless you, keep you, and help you prosper in the way as you share His love with those around you!

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So What Made the Difference? Part 2

If you haven’t read the following previous articles, you may want to.

“Sirens, Rockets, Fairs and Fireworks”

“So What Made the Difference? Part 1”

For an example…this I believe is a command, not a suggestion…but how can we obey it, if 1) we aren’t with His people and 2) don’t know their language? Listen to this next passage!

“Comfort ye, comfort ye MY people, saith your God. Speak ye comfortably to JERUSALEM, and cry unto her, that her warfare is accomplished, that her iniquitiy is pardoned: for she hath received of Yahweh’s hand double for all her sins. The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of Yawheh, make straight in the desert a highway for our God. Every valley shall be exalted, and every mountain and hill shall be made low: and the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough places plain: and the glory of Yahweh shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together for the mouth of Yahweh hath spoken it. The voice said, Cry. And he said, What shall I cry”… (40:1-6a) He goes on to tell us what to cry out about. If I had room, I’d quote all of Isaiah 40. It is a chapter that has spoken deeply to me!

One of the many things Yahweh tells us is to NOT be afraid. But he doesn’t stop there! He tells us WHY we shouldn’t be afraid! “Have he not known? Have ye not heard? Hath it not been told you from the beginning? Have ye not understood from the foundation of the earth? It is HE that sitting upon the circle of the earth…to who then will ye liken me, or shall I be equal? Saith the Holy One. Why sayest thou, O Jacob, and speakest, O Israel, My way is hid from Yahweh, and my judgment is passed over from my God? Hast thou not known? Hast thou not heard, that the everlasting God, Yahweh, the Creator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary? There is no searching of his understanding. He giveth power to the faint; and to them that have no might he increaseth strength. Even the youths shall faint and be weary, and the young man shall utterly fall: BUT they that wait upon Yahweh shall renew their strength; they sall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and NOT BE WEARY; and they shall walk, and NOT FAINT.”

Dear loved ones, I want you to read this next passage and let these words sink deep within. “But thou, Israel, art my servant, Jacob whom I have chosen, the seed of Abraham my friend….I have chosen thee and not cast thee away.” (41:4,8, 9 emphasis added).

These people that He is talking about, over and over and over again, are HIS chosen people. Yahweh tells us that He didn’t choose them because they were a big people, because they truly are the smallest. He chose them because He loved them. (Deut 7:7) If Yahweh so loved these people, shouldn’t we?

I want you to also remember the above passage about why we should not allow fear to rule our hearts. Yes, there are rumors of wars. Yes, there are rockets flying. But my precious sisters…we were told not to be afraid…why? Because of who our God is!!! He is FAR greater than a rocket or a terrorist…or anyone else! He is in-control…but he also tells His people “to go”.

After he tells us that he has chosen them, he goes on to tell us one of my life verses that I memorized a long time ago…”Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.” (41:10)

So when you are tempted to be afraid to obey, or afraid to share the good news of Yahshua with the Jews, or afraid of anything else in life, I want you to remember this verse. He commands us to fear not because He is OUR God and is always with us. We are adopted into His family. We are chosen now, too. We are grafted into the Branch/Vine. I think of Isaiah 42:6-7 which says “I Yahweh have called thee in righteousness, and will hold thine hand, and will keep thee, and give thee for a covenant of the people, for a light of the nations (or Gentiles); To open the blind eyes, to bring out the prisoners from the prison, and them that sit in darkness out of the prison house.”

I could go on and on. As I flip through the book of Isaiah, I see one verse after another which spoke and speaks so deeply to me. Verses where Yahweh is pleading with his children to turn from their sins and accept their Messiah. But I see promises. I see love. I see forgiveness. I see grace. But I also see commands to go. To speak. To share. To comfort. To love.

“Therefore my people shall know my name: therefore they shall know in that day that I am he that doth speak: behold, it is I. How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace; that bringeth good tidings of good, that publisheth salvation; that saith unto Zion, Thy God reigneth!” (52:6-7)

“Cry aloud, spare not, lift up thy voice like a trumpet, and shew my people their transgression, and the house of Jacob their sins.” (58:1)

“Behold, Yahweh’s hand is not shortened, that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear: But your iniquities have separated between you and your God, and your sins have hid his face from you, that he will not hear.” (59:1-2)

He begs us to cry and tell them…to show them their sins…to provoke them to jealousy (Roms 11:11). He tells us that their sin is keeping them from Him. He longs to save them. He longs to give them His shalom, his eternal peace. Yet, as I read this next verse, my heart cries out…

“And he saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor…” (59:16) It reminded me of the verse in Matt 9:37 “Then saith he unto his disciples, The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few;” and he goes on to tell us, “Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest.”

To be continued. :)

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So What Made the Difference? Part 1

Read previous article “Sirens, Rockets, Fairs and Fireworks”

I remember asking a precious sister and friend one day how she had gotten to the place where Israel was so personal to her? I mean, how did she come to love the land and people so much? I shared with her my desire to love them, but that I didn’t know how to make it personal, and yet, I longed to. Did she have any suggestions? She told me that she really didn’t know how she got to the place she was at, because as far back as she could remember, Israel had meant a great deal to her (as well as her entire family). She recommended my praying about it, and reading the book “Why Me?”.

I did just that. I read the book called “Why Me?” by Jacob Damkani and I got on my knees and asked Yahweh to give me a love for Israel like none other. I asked (okay, more or less begged!!) for Him to make Israel personal, as I knew things that became personal, became deep. I also asked Him to show me how He loved His people and how He thought about Israel. I knew He had chosen Israel, had loved (and does love) Israel and the people of Israel, but somehow, I knew I was missing something. I felt Him lay it on my heart to read Isaiah. Wow! How I devoured that book and read it quite a few times through. I would find myself at the end of it, just to turn around and start reading it all over again, finding different things each time that stuck out to me. It was a journey that changed my life.

Let me back up. I had always wanted to go and serve in Africa. I had dreamed of going to Africa and ministering to the people there and sharing the good news of Yahshua with them. This has been my hearts desire since I myself became a believer. But as I read Isaiah and began to seek Yahweh’s will, praying that He would give me the same love that He had for His people, something happened that I never anticipated happening. I felt Him tell me my heart was in the wrong place and always was. It wasn’t Africa in which he had called me to, but Israel. WHAT? But it was clear. I also felt Him tell me that I would be able to go to Israel Feb/March of this year (this was last July), once I did surrender my hearts desire and make my desire His desire!! I sat there in awe, as I couldn’t see how it could possibly ever happen. I wrote it down in my journal and moved onto what He had for me, trying to also prepare my heart for if it did come to pass…although I have to admit, as much I tried to get it to happen in my own way, I totally did NOT ever see it happening. #1 problem: when Yahweh says He is going to bring you someplace, it isn’t we who make it happen, but Him. He always provides a way for obedience and fulfilling His plans for your life!

But I didn’t stop there. I still had a whole lot to learn about His love for Israel and His people. Remember, I had asked Him for help in making the land and people very personal, and giving me a love for them, like He had. As I read Isaiah, I became very excited! Oh, if you have never read this book with this prayer in mind, I beseech you sisters, read it! Pray and read it! It was incredible. It has definitely become a book that is so dear and precious to my heart. You cannot, in my opinion, read that book and NOT see His love for them! It is written on nearly every page!

I was shocked as I saw Yahshua throughout the book, how He explained what He was going to go through, and all the prophesies concerning Him. This was LONG before Yahshua was even born, and yet it spoke about His life here on earth and death, perfectly. We can see how these prophesies have been fulfilled perfectly, too. But it doesn’t just speak about those, but about ones that we are watching being fulfilled before our very eyes. Some people say that they would have liked to have been born in a different time period, but I can’t disagree more so! I am THRILLED to have been born in these times! To have a small part in fulfilling these prophesies and seeing Israel accept their Messiah??? Oh, there is nothing quite like it!!! No, I certainly do not wish to have been born in a different time period. To me, being born in this time, however hard it may be at times, is such an honor! But, back to Isaiah! :)

We see Yahweh standing up and pleading with his people to turn from their sins (3:13). Over and over again I read how the people rebelled and refused to obey him, but he went on to say “For all this his anger is not turned away, BUT his hand is stretched out still” (9:17) WOW! Talk about LOVE! Verse 21 we see the exact same thing “For all this his anger is not turned away, BUT his hand is stretched out STILL.” In 10:4 we see the exact same thing!

But then I would read verses or passages like this one “Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid: for the lord Yahweh is my strength and my song; he also is become my salvation. Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation. And in that day shall ye say, Praise Yahweh, call upon his name, declare his doings among the people, make mention that his name is exalted. Sing unto Yahweh; for he hath done excellent things: this is known in all the earth. Cry out and shout, thou inhabitant of Zion: for great is the Holy One of Israel in the midst of thee.” (12:2-6)

I would read about how the children of Israel walked away from Him, and yet He never gave up on them, and then I would read how much he loved them (and thus corrected them when they went astray) and I would also see how the people turned back to Him! I would find myself praying along with Isaiah these verses with such eager anticipation and hope of what He was about to do to them (but also what he was doing in my own life)…

“…They shall see the glory of Yahweh, and the excellency of our God. Strengthen ye the week hands, and confirm the feeble knees. Say to them that are of a fearful heart, Be strong, fear not: behold, your God will come with vengeance, even God with a recompence; he will come and save you. Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped. Then shall the lame man leap as an hart, and the tongue of the dumb shall sing: for in the wilderness shall waters break out, and streams in the desert. And the parched ground shall become a pool, and the thirsty land springs of water: in the habitation of the dragons, where each lay, shall be grass with reeds and rushes. And an highway shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called the way of holiness; the unclean shall not pass over it; but it shall be for those: the wayfaring men, though fools, shall not err therein. No lion shall be there, nor any ravenous beast shall go up thereon, it shall not be found there; but the redeemed shall walk there; And the ransomed of Yahweh shall return, and come to Zion with songs and everlasting joy upon their heads: they shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away.” (35:2-10)

Can you imagine such a day?

I’m basically walking you through quickly some of the verses and passages that really stuck out to me. This is a quick summary, but believe me, many, many more passages stuck out to me! Such as “Then said Eliakim and Shebna, Speak, I pray thee, unto thy servants in the Syrian language; for we understand it: and speak not to us in the Jews’ language, in the ears of the people that are on the wall…” (emphasis added) then Rabshakeh went on to say “hath he not sent me to the men that sit upon the wall…” the Jews were the ones on the wall. This stuck out to me that here they were talking in front of the Jews, but they didn’t want them to understand what they were saying. This was one of the verses that as I really felt Yahweh’s love growing within my heart for these, my precious people, that I needed to learn to speak their language and not try to speak a language that was not their own. This is one reason I have been trying to learn Hebrew, so that when I do speak to them, I will be able to one day speak to them in their own language, sharing with them the good news of Yahshua, but also be able to encourage them…in their own language. Yes, most Israeli’s understand some English. But this verse, among some others, really spoke to my heart that I really needed to speak not only the language of my Lord and Saviour so that I could read His word in the language He gave it to us in, but so that I could also speak and share with others whose main language is Hebrew.

For an example…this I believe is a command, not a suggestion…but how can we obey it, if 1) we aren’t with His people and 2) don’t know their language? Listen to this next passage!

To be continued! :)

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Sirens, Rockets, Fairs and Fireworks

Sirens, Rockets, Fairs and Fireworks…the Similarities, Yet the Drastic Differences

As most of you know, Hamas has once again broken the quiet this past week with sending one rocket after another into Israel (this was written 8-23-14). As I was preparing for the fair I was going to this past week, it broke my heart. My Red Alert alarm was going off constantly. I later found out that Hamas had sent over 175 rockets/mortars/etc into Israel that day, most of them after 4 pm! I would no sooner quiet the alarm, than it would sound again.

Then when I got to the fair on Thursday, as the rides started up in the carnival section of the fair, one of them sounded just like the rocket alarm/siren. I stood their listening to it each time the ride started and thought about not those laughing at the fun they were having at the fair, but what my brothers and sisters must be going through as they heard a sound very similar, going off to warn them of impending danger.

Then that night, they started setting off fireworks. As I watched the bright lights go rushing through the sky and explode, I wasn’t thinking of the prettiness of the fireworks, but that somewhere, where I had recently walked, was going through something similar, but drastically different. When they saw the bright lights flying through the air, it wasn’t fireworks, but rockets that were meant to kill and destroy. I had to fight back the tears. In the background I could still hear the ride that sounded like the siren, and in front of me were the flying lights and the explosions. I don’t think after watching the YouTube of the videos where the people from Ashkelon and Ashdod and the surrounding areas, had posted videos of the rockets coming in one after another and exploding nearby them, that I will ever be able to watch fireworks in the same way I used to, ever again. Instead of cheering as they exploded, my heart grieved for my loved ones across the ocean who were also watching bright lights fly through the sky and watching them explode, praying it wouldn’t hurt or destroy as they were made and intended to do.

You know, the verse “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem” means something totally different to me now, than it used to. I laid down in my bed Thursday night and thought about what made the difference? Why was it that just a few years ago, Israel didn’t mean that much to me, yet now, I find myself fighting tears constantly over a land and a people that I loved deeply? Why when I heard Israel was at war before, did it not reach the crevesses of my heart, yet now, it reaches deep within? The change was drastic. Before I wanted to go, but not intensely, yet now, even as the rockets fly, I can’t wait to get back to my beloved land, my beloved brethren…I mean, seriously, what made the difference? I laid there and thought about all that Yahweh had done within my heart and thanked Him immensely for the change He had wrought within me. But you are proabably wondering too, what made such a difference?

I’ll tell you exactly what made the difference…and I pray that in sharing this, it may make the difference in someone else’s life who is sitting there in the same place I was not too long ago, longing to feel differently about Israel, but not knowing how to make it a reality, and also hopefully in sharing my story and how Yahweh got me to this place, it will help others come to the place where whether rockets are flying overhead or not, you too will feel the same way and long to be in Israel with them, praying for them, supporting them, loving them, and helping them in anyway possible!

Until next time…pray for the peace of Jerusalem! :)

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Feminine Modest Monday

Hello Girls,

Rebekah S. from the blog: calicoclodhoppers.blogspot.com sent some photos for us! Thank-you Rebekah!!

“I bought this dress at a thrift shop shop for $4. It has very short sleeves so I added the dark red cardigan for modesty reasons. IMG_0081IMG_0088Sitting in the grassI have had that bandana forever it seems, and it looks nice with just about everything!IMG_0187 I don’t wear a headcovering full-time but I have to when I work at my employer’s blueberry farm, which is where the photos were taken. My sister Cassie and I blog at Calico Sisters and always enjoy the Modest Monday posts on Samantha’s blog.”

 

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