Yah loves the gates of Zion more than all the dwellings of Yahqob. Glorious things are spoken of you O city of Yah! HalleluYah. Psalm 87:2-3.
A beautiful beach resort in Egypt.
Big hair don’t care.
I love her ‘fro and jacket. The scenery behind her is beautiful.
Mother is in the garden.
Garden in Guinea.
Love her bike. It looks similar to mine.
A restaurant entrance in South Africa.
Women always find the fabric store no matter the country. Laughs.
Treasure hunting in the fabric store.
The caption said the bride is from Jamaica and the groom is from Tanzania. I noticed more Hebrew women from America and the Islands are marrying Hebrews from Africa lately.
I will praise You for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Psalm 139:14. HalleluYah.
Yah stands in the congregation of the mighty ones. He judges the gods…You are gods and all of you are children of the Most High. Psalm 82:1,6. HalleluYah.
Hyssop in a random garden.
Hyssop is a cleansing plant. It is associated with salvation. It is pronounced Ezob in Hebrew. Hyssop is also called Agastache in English. Exodus 12:21-25 Moses told them to dip Hyssop in the lamb’s blood and strike it on the lintel and 2 side posts of the doors. Hyssop was used in purifying, Numbers 19:6,13-18 also as in purifying someone who had touched the dead. Hyssop along with other things was used to clean lepers and leprous houses, Leviticus 14:4, 49-52. Hyssop use to grow wild in Yahrushalim according to Solomon, 1 Kings 4:33.
Up-close picture of Hyssop. It looks similar to lavender.
Psalm 51:7, Purge me with hyssop and I shall be clean. Wash me and I shall be whiter than snow, David said. Hebrews 9:18-19 Moses used hyssop to sprinkle the people with blood and water. Hyssop was dipped in sour wine and put into Yahoshua’s mouth. It is done, He said, John 19:29-30. John 19:34 The Lamb pierced in the side and blood and water came out.
Spiritual and physical cleansing. I’m thinking of planting Agastache in my garden in the spring to use. It is a member of the mint family of plants.
Yahoshua said in Matthew 15:1-20 that uncleanness comes from within when the Pharisees questioned Him about His apostles not washing their hands. Yahoshua was talking about spiritual uncleanness. In Genesis 4:3-5 Abel gave Yah his best. Abel gave Yah the first of his flock (most likely his first sheep). But Cain picked up the dirty old fruit off the ground and gave it to Yah. He didn’t give Yah his best. Did he keep the best for himself? His offering was spiritually and physically unclean, unacceptable to Yah. I read in the Book of Jasher that Cain repents of his behaviors. First fruit, first of the flock.
precise. I laughed out loud when I saw this picture. I have seen clothes organized by color but never books.
Deuteronomy 23:14 Yah walks in the midst of our camp to deliver you and give your enemies over to you therefore your camp shall be set apart that He may see no unclean thing among you and turn away from you. This means physically and spiritually clean.