Please pray for the flood victims in Texas, Oklahoma and the surrounding areas. Many people have damage to home and property and the rains keep coming. Others have lost loved ones. Please keep these people in prayer over this weekend and beyond.
Adonai, hear the cries of Your people. Protect, deliver, comfort, heal, and restore. Bring people to saving faith in You through this tragic situation. Regardless of the circumstance, we give praise to You! We know judgment begins with Your people, before it comes to unbelievers. Your Word says this plainly. So bring those who claim Your name, wherever they live (in the “Bible Belt” and across the globe) to genuine repentance and bless abundantly in Your mercy. In Yeshua’s holy name, Amen.
The squirrels love to chatter at us, and amazingly I was able to snap a few pictures of this little guy hiding deep in the tree branches. The last photo sure made me chuckle. What could he be thinking to make such a face?
Rockets are being fired from the Gaza Strip into Israel….again. It’s been relatively quiet for several weeks, but it has started up again. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem and for our brothers and sisters in Israel. See news link here for more on the story.
Look what my sweet Dear Hubby brought home for me the other day! He’s a blessing in so many ways! I had a frustrating day and he promptly put a smile back on my face. Thanks to YHWH for this man!
An impromptu prayer at an Alabama high school graduation is getting some attention online these days. A graduating senior was asked to pray when an audience member in the stands had a medical emergency. Those on the field in the graduation ceremony didn’t know what was going on. But the “fix it man” Jesus was called upon. See this link for the story…
Omer counting has concluded in the Feast of Shavuot, aka Pentecost! Dear Hubby and I wish each of you abundant blessings on this Holy Day of Adonai!
Graphic courtesy of Yisrael.me
On this beautiful Shabbat we are enjoying the fragrance of lilacs. Hoping that your day is blessed. Shalom!