Newsletter June 2017

Sin is an ugly thing.  Just ask Adam and Eve.  In an instant everything changed.  It was just one decision; just a “ taste”  from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.  But they would soon discover the ugly truth behind the beautiful lie of the nachash – the serpent.

And the nahash was more crafty than all the beasts of the field which YHWH Elohim had made… Genesis 3:1

Eve embraced the serpent’s crafty counsel, and she and her husband chose to eat from the forbidden tree. The consequences were at once both swift and devastating. Read More


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This month’s Hebrew study is packed with two of the most used letters/symbols of the Aleph-Bet, Hey and Waw/Vav. These two letters represent the words “the” & “and”  appearing over 17,000 times in the Bible, several times side by side.

The fifth letter of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet is “hey”. The letter meanings are: behold!, look, to reveal, to show, “the”, breath, sigh, revelation, arms up. The sound for hey is much like the English “h”, however, sometimes the hey sounds almost like “ a faint breath” as in the first hey in “ יהוה Yahuwah” and will silently pick up the vowel sound next to it as does the second hey. Read More


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He came to us July 3rd 2010 running away from fireworks. He had had several owners but no one knew how many. His previous owner knew he had been hit by a car once, had a bad hip, and was blind in one eye. They shared they had no way to properly continue his care with small children, other pets, and no fence.

He was a handful during thunderstorms and fireworks but he was an absolute love the rest of the time. He was a protector. He was loyal. Read More


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