Here are some photos I shot this evening as the sun was setting over some farmland in our area. What a glorious end to the work week to see the YHVH Elohim, the artistic Creator, announcing Shabbat’s arrival by his splashing these colors across the canvas of the heavens!
These photos were taken with my iPhone 6.
I relish and rejoice in the Sabbath sooo much! Praise Yah! It is a paradise island refuge in the midst of a crazy and insane world. To YHVH be the glory for the wonderful gift of the Sabbath. And to think that he has to command humans to rest on the last day of the week, since people in their mad and lustful pursuit materialism don’t have enough sense to figure this out on their own.
Shabbat Shalom to you as well! It is truly a blessing to finally know the full truth about Shabbat. We too are enjoying the rest Elohim has commanded us to observe. Sereta and Jim Spohn from Owego, New York
More people are coming to an understanding of the blessing of the Sabbath. One day, the whole world will know. Until then, we count our blessings and praise Yah that we’ve been privileged to have our hearts and minds opened His truth. We have to to keep being a light to the world in every way possible to the glorious truth of YHVH! Let’s not become discouraged and weary in well-doing. The world needs and depends on us whether it recognizes it or not. YHVH has commissioned us to be his mouth, hands and feet to spread the truth, and His ambassadors representing His eternal kingdom. So let’s carry on keeping our eyes on Yeshua!
Shabbat Shalom to the Lawrence family. What a blessing that Yehovah has allowed us to enter into his rest. Halleluyah
My husband and I too enjoy our Shabbat! We so look forward to it or we would never have our rest! There is always something to do! Resting in His Presence is a delight!
I was just speaking to my husband this morning about those who don’t know or have closed ears to the Truth! Someday they will know because Y’shua will show them!
Called apart to go The Way, The Truth and The Light is a Joy!
Thank you, Nathan