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The joyful celebration of Rosh Hashsnah is followed on September 15 with Yom Kipper, the Day of Atonement. It is the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. This is a day of self examination, fasting, prayers, and repentance with an … Continue reading

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Tonight I kept seeing people that appeared to be squashed down by some invisible force. Their bodies were like boxes….some were so compressed they barely had any necks. Others were extremely hunched over. They all seemed so sad and discouraged. … Continue reading

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An interesting vision: Everything was in shades of black and white. There was a long corridor, dimly lit with florescent lighting which reflected shadows on a shiny, dark, cement floor. Prison cells lined both sides of the corridor. Each cell … Continue reading

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It was such a perfect day. The sun was shining; the sand was warm. We dug deep holes, trenches, and put up walls. We filled small, brightly colored, plastic buckets with sea water. We carved, pressed, shaped and molded wet … Continue reading

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We live in a fast paced culture that fosters an expectancy for things to happen quickly. A compulsion to hurry from one thing to the next leaves little tolerance for delay. Unfortunately our hurriedness usually causes the very delay we … Continue reading

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LET IT GO! One of my favorite services has always been at the end of the year. Freedom, ie deliverance, was the theme. The intent was to set people free of all the wrongs of the current year. This was … Continue reading

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