On This Day – 19 Elul

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Shalom! Here is our devotional for today, August 30, 2018, 19 Elul. Hope you are blessed. Approximately 4 minutes.

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4 Responses to On This Day – 19 Elul

  1. Tammy Bush says:

    Thank you for another good word to meditate on through these forty days of preparation. Bless you!

  2. Chuck Peterson says:

    Bill, I like the idea of trusting a person who has the desire to grow in Yehovah. We are so busy looking for the tares within, that we hurt many who are in the family in the process. Why not love so strong that in the event we feel wronged, we by-pass being offended and really care to find the hurt in the offender that brought a reason to offend. If Yeshua doesn’t reason this way, I am very much afraid.

    • Bill says:

      A very thoughtful and challenging proposition. Like you, I’m certainly thankful that Y’shua doesn’t respond to us the way that we respond to others. Shalom.

  3. paul Ostoya says:

    Interesting. Lindberg wasn’t the only one. So was King Edward of England an ardent admirer of Hitler. They werent the only ones for sure like Marshal Petain, hero of WWI and head of the pro nazi French Vichy gov.
    Back then the big red menace was considered the top threat of the day by many world leaders, a menace Hitler neutralized.

    As a British historian noted he finds it interesting that today nobody mentions the fact that Hitler not for by pure luck escaping an assasination attempt in 1938 might or would probably be remembered far differently today had he been killed in 1938 after eradicating communism in Germany(Europes largest communist party at the time) while guiding Germany from a 95% unemployment rate in 33 to a 95% employed rate in 38; before all the mass killings began. Fact is in 1938 he was hailed by many across the globe as one of greatest statesman of his time for those accomplishments. Rest is history

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