Happy Hanukkah the Festival of Lights — May your Oil be Pure and your Lamp Burn Brightly!

 

 

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December 6-14, 2015  I don’t even have a menorah at my house so lighting the candles properly didn’t happen.  However, I have lit candles in the evening and paused to ponder being full of the Spirit, keeping our vessels pure and being attentive to Him.  It seems odd that our heritage is so rich with traditions that we know so little about.

How did we get so far away from walking in the way the Jewish carpenter named Jesus (Yeshua) did?

In my little attempt to learn more about my biblical roots I am studying the Hebrew alphabet this year.  Here is what Joanna Francisco shared with me recently to help in that attempt.  They are Aleph Bet Cards set against the background of Psalm 119.

Here’s a little memory aid to help you learn your Hebrew Alphabet and get the proper pronunciation too:

Enjoy and share.

Study to show yourself approved unto God, a workman that needs not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth!              II Timothy 2: 15

Blessings from my house to yours,

Sandie

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More information about the biblical calendar:

Photo credit for Happy Hanukkah Card: http://www.ffyr.org/2013/11/happy-hanukkah/

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One Response to “Happy Hanukkah the Festival of Lights — May your Oil be Pure and your Lamp Burn Brightly!”

  1. Wise Men Seek Him all the Time; Wise Men Give Gifts; Wise Men Love Others | Finding Gems and Sharing Them Says:

    […] days and the Jewish calendar (or I should say calendars).  I have done a post on this recently here so you can see more on the aleph bet gimmel cards and the biblical […]


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