On This Day – 17 Aviv

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Shalom! Here is our devotional for today, April 13, 2017, 17 Aviv. Hope you are blessed. Approximately 3.5 minutes.

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4 Responses to On This Day – 17 Aviv

  1. Chuck Peterson says:

    I wish we could’ hunker down’ in your camp. Blessings on you and your sweet family. Ann

  2. michael janzen says:

    Thank the Lord for those encouraging words. We can see now that the trials we have been struggling with the last few/several years are really just preparation. Makes everything worthwhile. Your labor to bring us a daily devotional is greatly appreciated. They are eagerly looked forward to, as are the other teachings the Lord leads you to share. So thankful to be traveling down this Hebraic roots road and discovering the truths that have been hidden from us for so long. May our Lord be praised in and through us as we encourage others to do the same. Sincerely–Michael & Valerie Janzen Praying for you as well.

  3. Ester says:

    Inspiring word to dig in. Amein to the resurrection day today-3rd Day of ULB in the month of aviv/spring.
    Toda! Blessings!

  4. JAIME says:

    Shalom…

    This is a very interesting perspective…. I have always seen a “tapestry” in all of the Lord’s works… As an artist I know that the “essence” is always in the details of contrast and the lack thereof… Consider how can one paint anything of structure and form without the “darkest of hues”..
    In my understanding of things in life; for every balance there has to be a counter-balance…
    I have learned this from Scripture as it is clearly evident in the most basic examples such as the Hebraic word for Creation is also the same word for Destruction…. I consider this a great Mystery the “Duality” of the Lord’s Word…
    I ask how can one know and understand the meaning and purpose of Night without the Day, or Truth without Lies; Love without Hate..
    The list goes on….

    Got off on a trail here, but the crux of this is, that in this perspective the 3rd day takes place in the Week of Unleavened Bread… Which as you pointed out the most important of all; the Resurrection..

    I have often wondered about the 12 loaves of Shewbread and have the understanding that it represents a Tribal reference of the “Remnant” throughout history… I have no “Scriptural reference” to support this view, I just understand it this way…

    When “cycles” overlap their “stacking” year after year, the order of their “alignment” must be maintained so that the desired pattern is created… I believe that is why we see so many crossovers of the same notable pattern in different events.. The pattern remains true even though the events will be seen from a different viewpoint….

    I’m not totally sure why I’m stating all this, but: Selah…

    So the “Duality Principle” is alive and well as Aviv and Tishri are considered and spoken of as the first month, and if I’m not mistaken; i believe that Nisan is also viewed in the same position..

    A three-fold-chord ?

    Shalom…

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