Well, our “sheep” are out (see previous photos to take a good look!) and today my kids and I headed to a local pond to feed the ducks our bread ends. It’s one of our Passover traditions to “get rid” of the leaven in our lives. We are “purging” it all and giving the ducks an nice treat. What Passover traditions has your family started over the years?
What are your thoughts on all of these “complications” to keeping Passover? What does everyone else do or think? (Not stating mine or Whole Bible’s Opinion, just curious!) Lets get some discussion going!
What would you tell someone who tells you that the laws (such as circumcision) don’t apply to “all the nations” that some laws apply to only those of Jewish blood. That they want Biblical proof that the laws apply to gentiles as well? What are the first verses that come to you, or what do you look up first when you want to discuss that opposite view or opinion? Do you believe yourself that as a gentile our friends are not sinning when they don’t keep the law? Is it not necessary to keep the laws if you are a gentile (you can do it if you’d like to live the fulfillment of God’s word, but it’s not really necessary to do so)? Many questions. Let’s bounce some answers!
Hi Whole Bibler’s. We did not start the Whole Bible FB page solely to promote ourselves We did it to connect, to reach people, we want people to know and understand the fullness of God’s Word – which means putting obedience into practice as well. Any way – with that in mind we want to encourage people to use this page as more than just commenting on what we post – but sharing progress, encouragements and asking questions if you have them. Just like a message group site – we are more than happy to answer questions, or post them for others to bounce and share understandings and new learnings. If you don’t want to post your question, message us and we can present the question so that it doesn’t have to be broadcast who asked. We can make this page anything we want so lets do that!
Today I headed out to a birthday celebration for a little girl, a friend of my own youngest daughter, who I remember being born 3 yrs ago. We were out celebrating all morning, and came home at lunch time. I plopped down on FB and was jarred by the news and information screaming from the wall. So awful, so sad and so tragic. 10 minutes after reading up on the news, I had my own little 3 yr old come up to me and ask me to help her put on her dress-up dressy dress. with a black cowboy hat on top. And all I wanted to do was hug her to me, squeeze her tight, and Thank God that she was with me, and is still. Hearts, thoughts, prayers and sorrows going out to Connecticut today, on this sombor 7th evening of Chanukah. Hope you have had a a blessed week, and that you have a peaceful Sabbath this evening.
“Be still, and know that I am God:” (Psalm 46:10) Do you ever have trouble being still? I wonder why we feel the need to try to make the rain fall, instead of waiting on God to send it in His perfect time. I am learning much about this right now. What is God teaching you?
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And Here’s your boogie woogie for tonight while your washing the dishes….
Yes, we are at MT – if you happened to be wondering 😉 Happy 4th Night of Chanukah ya’ll!!! Hope you are having a great Festival of Lights!!!
When you feel like the only kid in town….without an x-mas tree….here are a list of people…just like YOU and ME 😉 (not really – but, ya know….)