Torah Reflections: Yom Teruah

Abba, you wake us up once again. The world still turns.Your grace is still and always sufficient. The birds and the small animals gather for your morning dew. The leaves stay green,the grass is still food for the created. Time is nigh, but your mercy gives us more time. Time to repent, time to acknowledge the might hand of Yah. We still look up in the clouds;waiting for the return of Messiah ,for the righteous.

Praise His Holy Days! Praise His appointed feasts! Meet with Abba, for we rejoice in your return! We wait for your righteous commands. Lead us Abba back to you, to the new heaven and the new earth. Open our ears to hear your warnings and anticipate your coming!       

Leviticus 23:23-25

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Who is" Ms Torah Tassels"? I am a wife and a mother of two. I am 33 years old, and I have been on my spiritual journey for three and a half years. I am by no way a teacher. I am still someone learning myself., but I wanted to write this blog to do my part in spreading the 'good news'. I want to be as transparent as possible and share my continuous journey with other believers as well as those coming into the faith. I want to testify to the holy spirit's transforming powers through the obedience of Torah. My husband and I started this blog to encourage our brothers and sisters in the faith to have courage and faith in the process. The refinement does not happen overnight, but trust me in time it will change you for the better. I am amazed to see this new person in the mirror that looks like me but certainly doesn't act like me. And the crazy thing about it is that this is not the finally product, there is still work to be done. I am a regular person with regular flaws and fear alike, and I struggle with doubts like any other human being. In this blog I with share options along with thoughts on everyday life in my perspective. I will share some topics that will be disagreed by some and others may cause offense. I encourage content to be taking with a grain of salt. I look forward to talking with people of like mindedness. Shalom

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