On my drive to synagogue today, I listened to this song and was overcome with power of this version of my favorite declaration. I love to sing this to my babies as they fall asleep at night...but it is another thing to hear the power of a man's voice (and in this case several men) proclaiming these words so beautifully. This'll be my personal lullaby now!
Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Deuteronomy 6:7
This week I realized that although our family was incorporating exercise into our daily routine, it was missing the fullness of the exercise with the lack of prayer as we collectively walked. The Holy Spirit moved me to start praying during these times, and have really felt inspired by it. So try it out yourself if you want! If you need help planning a prayer walk for you and your family, go here:
And if you have little ones, here's a little idea to start you off: a Prayer Walk Scavenger Hunt for kids! Check it out:
Just remember, you do not have to have a big group, just you! Make it work for your life.
With incorporating a complete Scripture study, I now have the psalms back in my life on a regular basis. This led me down a trail last night of searching for psalm resources and one of them that I will highlight now. It is http://www.hebrewpsalms.org/. A former Christian worship leader started the site years ago, and offers a streaming radio option where you can listen to many psalms narrated or sung in Hebrew. Or, if you want, you can download them for free! So enjoy and bless your Heavenly Father with your worship!
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I just feel strongly that we need to pray for the tsunami that is hitting after the 8.9 earthquake in Japan. I saw a video on the earthquake this morning at http://www.profoundprophecy.com/ then saw the tsunami alert on Google's opening search page. This sounds like it will leave a great devastation and I know Yah wants us to intercede on the victims' behalf. Here is a prayer if you do not know what to say...