about me

My determined purpose is that I may know Yahshua, that I may become more deeply and intimately acquainted with Him, perceiving and recognizing and understanding the wonders of His Person more strongly and more clearly.

Go in through the narrow gate, because the gate is wide and the road is spacious that leads to destruction, and many people are entering by it. (Matthew 7:13)

Helpmeet to my husband of 12 years.  Mother and teacher to my 3 boys.  Seeking the heart of YHVH diligently.  Walking with Yeshua joyously.  Taking the narrow path.

In other words, one of the functions of the law is to lead us to Messiah in order to be liberated from sin. Our disobedience to the law drives us to Messiah and to freedom and liberty from sin through him. We were once imprisoned on death row because of our transgressions against the law. But now, the law has led us to Messiah and liberty. Once we are free from sin, Messiah then drives us back to obedience to the law through faith. We become doers of the word, or as Paul says, “doers of the law”, and not hearers only.

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4 thoughts on “about me”

  1. Maryann Lombardi said:

    Wonderfully stated!

  2. Nick Hawkes said:

    Hi, from Australia.
    I found your blog because I was looking for a photo of the Dead Sea Scrolls that I might use as background picture for a book cover for my book: “A Summary of the Bible” (Wombat Publishers). For more about me: see: nickhawkes.net.
    Great to see your passion for Yeshua. Keep on the path.
    So, may I ask permission to use your pic (suitably acknowledged)?
    Blessings
    Nick
    (Dr Nick Hawkes)

  3. I had a dream about “Aleph” I dreamed that I went up through some white stairways with my sister, father and little niece. We were going up those white and wide stairs made of rock, the sky was deeply blue, it was very sunny. Suddenly my father found a piece of jewell, it was a small piece of silver, it looked like a fish but it wasn’t exactly a fish, he asked my 5-year-old niece to take it with her, this peace of silver was called “Aleph” it wasn’t written anywhere, we just knew that. My sister didn’t let my niece to take it because it could be dirty and it could belong to someone else, a man appeared and my niece gave it to him. I wondered if this little fish really belong to this man and started asking him questions but he just answered briefly and left, he walked through another door. When I woke up I wondered what “Aleph” means, and now I found this web page, I didn’t have any idea about the meaning of Aleph…

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