The Simple Woman’s Daybook
Outside my window... ~ it is very windy, again today
I am reminding myself ~ today is the first day of Passover ~
Nissan 15, 5771
I am thinking... ~ about counting the Omer, as Adonai commended in the Old Testament. The “counting” is the time between Passover and Pentecost.
I am thankful for... ~ salvation through Yeshua (Jesus) and all my friends on here. You are very special to me!
I am wearing... ~ old and comfortable and barefoot
I am remembering... ~ some of the precious people who have touched my life.
I am praying … ~ for the needs of many today
(If you would like prayer, just leave me a comment or email me at ~
I am going... ~ to treat someone very special today…..shhhh,
It’s a secret though.
I am currently reading... ~ today, my Bible
I am hoping... ~ for some much needed rain
On my mind... ~ The exercise for the day on one of the sites I was reading this morning ~ Help someone on their terms not on yours. Apply yourself to their specific needs even if it takes effort. ~ That's difficult sometimes, isn't it? But what Yeshua did for all of us, is the primary example of this very act.
Pondering these words… ~ “He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.” Mt 28:6 ~ Beautiful!
From the kitchen... ~ Probably, salmon tonight.
One of my favorite things… ~ cool nights, warm days (not all this wind, though)
From the Learning Room… ~ the boys are working on multiplication and learning to build fence.
A picture to share… ~
Quote of the Week… ~ "God is too good to be unkind, and He is too wise
to be mistaken. And when we cannot trace
His hand, we must trust His heart." ~ Charles Spurgeon
(If you would like to know more about Counting the Omer ~
Sefirat Ha-Omer ~ just let me know! It will bless you!)
May God be gracious to you and bless you; may He make His countenance shine upon you forever; that Your way be known on earth, Your salvation among all nations.
Shalom Alecheim (friend)!
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