This is a blog that I will use to share many different types of things.  Things that relate to knowing and understanding Almighty God.  Things that become a bit clearer as I study His Word and things I may be wrestling with and struggling to find the answers to.

I’ve been doing a lot of word studies and topical studies, so you may find those here, from time to time. I have also recently been reading some Aramaic/English and Hebrew/English Scriptural translations that are pretty interesting and offer some clarification.

My aim is to discover the fullness of God’s Truths and incorporate them into my life, my thinking, and my behavior, that I may be of greater service to Him, that He would be glorified, and that more would come to know their Redeemer!

If I am able to post at least once a week, I will be happy.  I hope you find something of interest here. Don’t be shy about sharing your thoughts.

“Don’t be anxious about anything, but in every situation, let YHVH know about your needs thru prayer, asking with thankfulness. 7 And YHVH’s peace that surpasses all of our perceptions will stand watch over your minds and your thoughts, thru Yeshua Messiah.” Phil. 4:7 (GV)

“Ask, and you’ll receive. Search, and you’ll find. Knock, and the door will be opened for you. Everyone who asks will receive. Everyone who searches will find. The person knocking at the door will have the door opened.” Matthew 7:7-8 (GV)

Shalom to you and yours. 🙂


“Mining” the Word of God.


ps: I also have a small blog at thoughtboarding.wordpress.com .  A dash of this, a pinch of that… 😉

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  1. Thank you for liking my article on my blog! 🙂 I’ve been perusing yours and I love what I see so far. Looking forward to more of your posts. Blessings! Meshawn

    • Hi Juliana! Thank you so very much. 🙂 I’m so honored that you would think of me. I don’t participate in the Blog Awards. Just personal preference. Hope you understand.
      I love you big heart, your deep faith, and the beautiful way you express that on your blog through words and images. Shalom, my friend! 🙂

  2. Hey, thanks for stopping by and giving me a like! I really appreciate it. I’m not religious myself, and sometimes, I don’t know about you, but I find religious poetry I come across a bit sappy and overly simplistic. Didn’t get that feeling with yours at all, it’s very real you know, it has a pragmatic worldliness to it. Be well, and thanks again!

    • Hi Daniel, the pleasure was mine. 🙂 This might sound weird, but I really don’t consider myself a ‘religious’ person, in fact, the word makes me cringe. blech! It was the’religious’ that Jesus spoke the most harshly to. They were missing the point. Spiritual zombies (There’s a movie title!)This link is to a video of a young man who shares similar views to mine, regarding religion: http://waltbrite.wordpress.com/2012/08/19/why-i-love-jefferson-bethke-poem-why-i-hate-religion-but-love-jesus/ I understand he took quite a bit of flack from Christian bloggers. 😛

      I truly value your comments about my poems. I don’t recall reading religious poetry before, so I’ll take your word for it. 😉 Maybe it’s for the best that I don’t have a well of ‘sappy’ to draw from, lol. I only began writing almost two months ago and really just winging it at this point.

      A final thought as midnight saunters closer, I notice you are from the UK, anywhere near Blackburn, Lancashire? 🙂

      Warm regards, Beth.

    • Congratulations on your your blog! 😀 I’m really looking forward to reading it. I pray the Lord’s hand will be upon it and that it will bring Him Glory. 🙂

      Thank you for your kind comment and the ‘follow’ (I’m following you as well).

      Shalom! ~Beth

  3. I am such a passionate when it comes to GOD’S PEOPLE (JEWS). I had a neighbor Jewish lady will not say her name, but she was a holocaust survivor. She and I had a very special relationship and she always wore long sleeves because of the numbers implanted in her arms. She was a wonderful woman of GOD and has since gone on to be with her gracious maker. She had an implant on me that I can’t get rid of…. I think of her often and she gave me the little bible she shared with her incarcerated friends while in the German prison. A lot of the pages are missing because she gave them to inmates to feast on and give them encouragement. She saw all her family killed and her being left to be released after the war went and travelled to Africa and was a Russian Translator for the United States Government. What a great lady….I would like to give her the credit for the helps our organization gives to the Jews today. I believe that if you bless the Jews, God’s people, God will richly bless you.

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