It’s been a while since I posted. I can’t tell you how many things I’ve sat down and halfway typed out, only to re-read it and ponder my incomplete work as even being worth publishing.
Although we are still on the homesteading path… my heart is far from the topic right now. I have been spending a lot of time pouring over the Scriptures, and have pushed my gardening books to the back shelf.
There are so many things I’ve thought about sharing with you; how Hanukkah went, and how and why we celebrated it; the crazy episode we had the other day chasing wild chickens on a lady’s farm in order that we might gain seven more hens and a new rooster for free; my recent visit with Ms. Addy, and how my garlic and artichokes are doing, or recapping our progress over 2011…
But all of that seems so trivial compared to what the LORD has been revealing to us through His Word. Although, it is the “fun” stuff that people enjoy reading about.
I want so desperately to shout on my rooftop all of the amazing things we have learned. But I have come to the realization that it is pointless to cast the truth upon deafened ears. Yeshua (Jesus) himself did not stand in the streets crying aloud, but walked quietly and humbly, and answered only those who asked of him.
So, although I am overcome with eagerness to saturate my blog with Bible studies, I think for right now I will stop sharing our beliefs, other than a mentioning here and there.
For those who are truly interested in why we have begun eating a Kosher diet, are keeping a Saturday Sabbath, and are observing the Lord’s Feasts as given in Leviticus 23, please feel free to email me personally and I’ll be happy to share what we’ve learned.
I will write soon, and share more of our latest homesteading adventures, when the inspiration comes again.
I love you all, and I wish you the very best New Year.