First, I just want to tell you how excited I am for the
project you are working on to take the Hebrew roots message to the inner
city. I hope to make a contribution soon. In the mean time I am praying
for the Father's timing and the financial support for your endeavors.
of all I just want to thank you for being there faithfully for me and I
am sure countless others that are out here trying to learn and to
follow Torah alone without a Hebrew roots community
(I am also learning modern and ancient Hebrew, which is my new endeavor. )
have been feeling a bit discouraged lately in that after sharing some
things with people who I thought may have been stirred in the same ways I
am, after hearing about the Feasts and being invited to share in them
(and some came to my Feast of Trumpets dinner and ate in our
tabernacle), shared info with them from Dan and Brenda's website and
book, gave out copies of Marlene Miles book, there's been little
response. I was hoping people would see what I see, whether it is the
cool stuff ( like the feasts) or the hard stuff...like actually taking a
Sabbath on the right day...or extracting myself from the pagan customs.
The Christmas situation is definitely the hardest. People begin to
feel judged or distant themselves. As supportive as my husband has been,
he wants to keep Christmas eve for his mother. My Adult children are
another story all together now that there is a grandson. Wow.
Thanks for listening. You don't have to
respond. I just wanted to share my appreciation and feelings so you
would understand why you are a lifeline out there for me and I know
countless others. El Shaddai has also become my online community. Praise
Shalom and may you be blessed for your obedience by our Father.