Do u know who u r?

SRSLY. No ROTFL. Don’t say LOL. Do u know who u r? Don’t EVEN say IKR (!?!)

Okay, I’ll stop. But we pretty much all know what kind of a world we live in. A scary, up-side down one. Where enemies seem to be everywhere. Trust is misplaced. Lives are lost. Pain is real.

Amidst the utter turmoil, we all yearn for love, acceptance, and fulfillment. We might look all over and around for these things, hoping to find them anywhere- even in shallow places.

We get confused. And often times, we don’t know who we are.

We get superficial. When offended, we just close ourselves off, or burn bridges, or just say lol or just move on – hoping to put a soft edge on our hurt and confusion, wishing life were easier, simpler, better…different.

When we are real, we heal.

We’re a mess. Life is brutiful (Stole that from a book). In one day, we have failures and successes. From which do we learn? What do we focus on?

If we have accepted Yah’s (God’s) love, and want to join His family, we can know who we are. His son. His daughter. His child. His creation.

We can not let this earth define us. We can’t let the enemy of our souls define us. We can’t let people define us. We can’t let our own feelings define us. We must let Yahuwah (God) define us!

Let His love and law be your compass in this trying world. Yah is with us.

Fight on, because Yah is for us!

 

 

Coronavirus- to be or not to be scared, that is the question…

Should we be scared about the Coronavirus? It’s spreading, if that’s what you mean. It’s much smaller than the flu so far, if that’s what you mean. We have Yah (God) with us if that’s what you mean. Read on and weigh the scales.


The American Center for Disease Control (CDC) states about COVID-19 that there have been 1,215 cases in the United States, 36 deaths, and that these people live in 43 jurisdictions- 42 states, and the District of Columbia. (Includes both confirmed and presumptive positive cases reported to the CDC since January 21, 2020. That is, with the exception of people repatriated to the USA from Japan, Wuhan, and China. Also, local and state public health departments are making their own tests and reports on cases, so the CDC says that if there seems to be a difference in information from the CDC compared with the local/state departments, the local/state depts. are to be considered more up to date.) Source

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), originally called Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) according to the NY times, actually started back in 2019. But the first situation report was posted by the WHO on January 21, 2020.

According to the World Health Organization’s(WHO’s) Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Situation Report –52, As of March 12, 2020, there have been 3,173 deaths in China, and 1,440 elsewhere (in multiple countries/territories (117), and on the cruise ship Diamond Princess). For the entire earth, then, this totals 4,613 deaths. Yesterday there had 4292 deaths.

It appears China has it off the worst over all, but that the rest of the world is getting “sicker quicker”; see the Situation Report -52 here.  Altogether (In & out of China),  there are 125,048 confirmed cases of the virus. This is scary.


According to the CDC, in 2017 the suicide statistics are as follows.;

All suicides

With 183 countries listed, the United States comes in number 27, according to the “world population review” website. See also W.P.R.’s source, W.H.O. Note: these two links list the USA per 100,00 as 15.3. According to the WHO site, this is apparently from 2016. So, if I am reading that correctly, we’re making progress. 😀

So, we compare (In 2017) over 47,000 deaths in the United States due to suicide, as compared to 4,613 COVID-19 deaths for the entire earth. Perhaps we need to just wash our hands and focus on mental health and family values….


Here is a really good article posted on the CNBC website, written by Jessica Bursztynsky on February 3, 2020; The flu has already killed 10,000 across US as world frets over coronavirus.

An excerpt of the article reads;

“In the U.S., it’s really a fear based on media and this being something new,” Dr. Jennifer Lighter, hospital epidemiologist at NYU Langone Health, said of the new coronavirus. “When in reality, people can take measures to protect themselves against the flu, which is here and prevalent and has already killed 10,000 people.”

The coronavirus outbreak, however, is proving to be more deadly than the flu. It has killed roughly 2% of the people who have contracted it so far, according to world health officials. That compares with a mortality rate of 0.095% for the flu in the U.S., according to CDC estimates for the 2019-2020 flu season. The CDC estimates that 21 million people will eventually get the flu this season.”

Under the “Key Points:” section, the CDC website (link for flu-related page I’m quoting) states that “CDC estimates that so far this season there have been at least 34 million flu illnesses, 350,000 hospitalizations and 20,000 deaths from flu.”


 

So, there are dangers in the world. Scary viruses, confusing political schemes, sad family situations…you name it. We just need to cast out fear in Yah’s name and live in His love, trusting Him. We need to take precautions and play it safe….but lets not all get OCD either. 😉

 

Life’s victories

As we all well know, life has victories and defeats. Some of you may remember a post I wrote about there is Hope awhile back, featuring the song Yesh Tikvah by Benny Friedman. My family was going through a very hard time, through an experience that threw us into a troubled year and a half. A defeat. The incident has since been nearly fully resolved, only because of a miracle from Yahuwah* Himself. A victory.

I was at a meeting last night, where about 50 people were served supper before a meeting-service (with singing, etc). The gentleman in charge, Mr. S., had gone to the grocery store earlier in the day to order 25 lbs of chicken. (25!) As he was checking out, there was a man who was in a little bit of a hurry. The man only had a little chicken he was going to buy, worth about $3. Mr. S. offered to take the tag from it and buy it for the man, who promptly declined his kind gesture. Mr. S. insisted. He said that if the man refused, he may be robbing Mr. S. of the good deed God had set before him to do that day. So, with a little urging, the man allowed Mr. S. to purchase his chicken, and the man went on his way. Later, Mr. S. returned to pick up his order, worth about $150.00. Would you guess who had paid the bill? In full? None other but that man Mr. S. had purchased the $3 worth of chicken earlier! A victory.

One of my sweet pullets, Keturah, got internal parasites recently. She succumbed, dieing a few days ago after some treatment. (We’ve never dealt with this before (family helped me)). A defeat. Then, my little cockerel, Abraham Lincoln M. M. also had the same problem. He is doing pretty well as of right now, eating and drinking after not doing so for a time. (Family helped treat him). The only other pullet I have of their kind, Sarah Phillip’s, is doing great. (She has been given preventative natural & conventional treatments.) A victory!

About 2,000 years ago, a man hung, dieing on a tree on a hill. He was giving his life for His friends. On the surface, a defeat. Then, He rose from the grave, proving one day that death will die. He is in Heaven, alive, ready to take us home one day. A real victory.

Whether your day feels like a defeat or victory right now, remember;

  • Yahuwah* already won the biggest war. So fight your battle heartily.
  • Attitude is half the Battle.
  • What is now a defeat may very well be changed into a victory later. Romans 8:28
  • Wars are won one battle at a time. Fight where you are at. Don’t get bogged down with the whole future, but do keep your eye on the goal.
  • Don’t rely on yourself. Lean on Yahuwah*.
  • Try to see yourself like Yahuwah* sees you. Lauren Daigle, “You say”

Yahuwah* already won. So will we, if we’re on His side.

As you can tell, I love music. I leave you with 2 songs.

*Update: Abraham died. But it was my own fault. I didn’t treat him when I should have. I’ll leave it at that.

Shalom!!

*Name I use for God

 

 

Free Indeed

Hi everyone.

It’s been awhile. But, “Hi”!

I wanted to share a song with you I wrote earlier. (Actually, I still have to work on the tune.)

The chorus is based off of John 8:36, KJV: “If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.”

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Note: Yah & Yahuwah is God, Yahusha is His Son.

Verse 1

Sometimes we forget just who we are – Focus on our mistakes, don’t feel up to par

Feel lost in a whirlwind of our woes – Thinking we have to fight alone against our foes

We talk about freedom on this earth – It’s like we forget that special verse

Chorus:

If the Son  – If the Son

Shall make you free – Shall make you free

If the Son Yahusha therefore – shall make you free – you shall be free indeed

Praise Yah we can be free-indeed

Verse 2

Trying to trust someone around us – Forgetting the One above who never leaves us

Wishing life were better, feeling the strain – But even in winning battles you can feel the pain

We talk about Yah as if He were somehow distant – Somehow forgetting He’s friend and Father too (Chorus)

Verse 3

We’re not hopeless, we’re not abandoned – We are Yah’s children, His dear creation

Look up to heaven, try to truly live – And never forget just who your Father is

So when you are tired, just look above – And when you are lonely, accept His love (Chorus 2x)

Ending:

Praise Yahuwah freedom is truly found in Him!

 

 

Take courage! He has overcome the world!

 

 

 

 

Your Personal Purpose

Some words to a Jewish song “One Day”, go like this; “Sometimes I lay under the moon and thank God I’m breathing. And  then I pray, “Don’t take me soon, cause I am here for a reason.””.

This is reminiscent of Mordecai’s words to Esther, “Perhaps you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this.”

We need not fear death with our purpose fulfilled. A boy once asked His Father why one of their family’s cows must die. “Son, this cow was born to feed us. He has lived a good life, we’ve treated him well. Once he is in the freezer, his life’s mission will be accomplished. His life fulfilled.

We are all created differently, with a specific purpose, with a goal we are bound to obtain, with Yahuwah at our side.

 Yahusha the Saviour was born on earth to save the human race. Esther was born to save the Hebrews, her people, from the hate filled man, Haman – and his intended fate for them. Moses was born to free the Israelites from Egyptian bondage.

Does this mean that we are all going to do something huge? No; plus, pride shouldn’t be a part of our lives. (Not that I have room to talk.)

Cain didn’t save the world, although he was martyred. Thomas the disciple didn’t really get famous. Jonathan didn’t either, compared to David. So many patriarchs and Pastor’s wives have gone un-noticed, but have done their part to weave a legacy of truth and love – like Dorcas.

Small things are big too. For some of us, our mission is grand. Maybe we are the Thomas Paine of our day to inspire the masses. Or maybe we are the David Livingstons to spread the gospel far and wide. Perhaps we are the Esthers,  Gandhis, or Corrie Ten Booms, to free our country men.

Or maybe we are the Cains. We are not famous, at least in our day. Not a big figure. But still extremely important. Maybe you’re a Father or a Mother. You may not go down in history, but you will have greatly impacted someone’s life, perhaps giving them the ultimate gift – of knowing Yahuwah and Yahusha.


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What is your purpose?

Is your mission to help inner-city kids? To save helpless animal’s lives, and volunteer at an animal shelter? Maybe to reach out to homeless people and give them hope.  Maybe it’s your goal to be a missionary to North Korea (God knows they need them!). Or, to be a missionary right where you are?

Maybe you’re meant to speak out about people’s rights in your area. The right of choice about vaccines. About the rights of the unborn.

This is a time for action. This is the 1770s again.

Whatever your mission is, strive for it. Don’t give up. Listen to God, not to people. Work even when you are not appreciated, because Yahuwah always sees you. He should be why you’re really doing anything anyways. Push through the dry, boring patches. Life, and service, is not always fun and enjoyable.  Maybe you can’t even tell you’re doing anything. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Hope. Your life has meaning. You are special.

As the Bible says; “Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest.”  Ecc. 9:10

Pray. Find your passion, your reason for living. And go for it. Change someone’s world. MOVE. ACT.

To mis-quote Thomas Paine; (original quote)

THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer Bible-believer and the sunshine activist will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their world and God; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of Yahuwah, man, and woman. Sin and hate, like hell, are not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.

Persevere

I am subscribed to a weekly Shabbat/Sabbath email, and figured I’d share this one with y’all. Let me know if you want to be signed up!
A Call to Persevere
part 3 of 3Today, like never before, we are called to persevere. In the face of great trial, trouble, temptation, and pressure of every kind, we are called to follow God without hesitation.

Often his commands do not seem to make any practical sense. We feel like giving up. We may feel battered, worn out, tired, and inadequate. Yah’s standards seem too high! How are we to survive as believers in the onslaught? How are we to produce fruit when we are barely hanging on ourselves?

Scripture says we have a Father that will never fail us. Although we may not know what is going on, He does and He is with us!

Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid of them: for Yahuwah thy Elohim he it is that doth go with thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee. Deuteronomy 31:6

Cast thy burden upon Yah, and He shall sustain thee: He shall never suffer the righteous to be moved. Psalm 55:22

We can be confident in our hope and resolved in our mission.

In the fear of Yah is strong confidence: and his children shall have a place of refuge.  Proverbs 14:26

For Yah shall be thy confidence. Proverbs 3:26

We can overcome, through His strength!

And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.   Galatians 6:9

Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. John 14:27

But we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience; and patience, experience; and experience, hope. Romans 5:3-4

 

Shalom! 

TTYL! Shalom! -Yah’s girl

Why would ANYONE be ‘Vaccine-hesitant’?

 

At 1,263 words, this isn’t my shortest post ever. Yet, I believe it is important enough for you to read through. I guess I’ve hesitated to write on this topic for some time. I knew it is a very controversial subject. Maybe even hush-hush in some circles.. But mainly, I needed more research under my belt.

And I have acquired some more information. Either way however, I have had enough. Too many lies. Too much deception. Vaccinations is something we must do something about. And I’ve learned that first-hand.

Indeed, perhaps there is a reason hundreds – maybe thousands – of American men and women have refused to let vaccines be administered to their children.

Perhaps there is a reason for the sequence of events; A beautiful baby boy is born, gets a vaccination, and within days, months – or even hours – later, he gets sick. And then he grows up, autistic. Or, more rare, but still possible, he dies. Beautiful baby gone. (So we blame it on sids.)

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Or maybe this little baby boy doesn’t get vaccinated for a few years after his birth, or receives them but does not have any adverse reactions to them. He then could receive the problematic vaccine at, say, the age of two years. There is the possibility that he will then regress. For example, if he was already talking, whether or not he had ever been vaccinated, he could now lose his vocabulary. It’s happened many times over. Far too many for you and I to ignore.

Of course, not every child who ‘gets their shot’ will contract a disease. But will we recognize that there is that risk? If you go a buffet for Dinner, and your waiter notifies you that most of the food has mercury and perhaps other problematic substances added to them, but adds; “Don’t worry, only 10% or so of the people who eat here have reactions to to the food, and only half that percentage die.”, would you feel comfortable eating there? Worse yet, would you tell all your friends and family to go there, also forcing your young children to eat there for their own safety?

Of course, it is fair to take into consideration that some things harm only specific people, like peanut butter, or pollen. I agree we don’t need to outlaw these. But there is a big difference between consuming ground peanuts (Grown in dirt; natural) versus consuming liquid metal (Perhaps harvested in the earth, but possibly manipulated, and definitely from the wrong side of the laboratory). Please tell me you would warn everyone you did or did not know against this restaurant, and would try to get it shut down!


I want to share a few videos of children affected by vaccines, many of them babies.

There are so many stories, I had to just pick a few. There are many videos like the following on the web. Plus, I’m sure not every child’s story is even published.

Luke- autism & beyond

Drew: before/after vaccination

Madison’s tale

One Mom researched before she even gave birth…

And the percentage of people with autism is growing.

How many by 2032?

 

 


How has this affected me, as I mentioned earlier? Well…

It (Autism; adverse reactions) doesn’t stop with people. When you go in to have your pet fixed, whether to be spayed or neutered, at least in my state, the rabies vaccine is mandatory. And since my family is crazy about caring for the animal world, we often foster drop-offs, and foster pups in need from our local shelter. And we don’t think it’s fair to the animals to have 10 litters of offspring, half-starved themselves. So we get them fixed.

At least we used to. But not any more; not until the rabies vaccine is no longer mandatory.

On the way home from a long trip, we saw two kittens in the woods. We pulled over and caught them. One got a home within a month or so, but the other -who we named Fannie Fae- simply didn’t. Finally, when Fannie was old enough, we took her to the Veterinary to be spayed/fixed, along with a second kitty, Dot. When we took them home, we put them in a cage for a few days for their recovery. We didn’t really notice anything ‘off’ since animals are always a bit drowsy after this type of surgery.

Once we let her out, after two or three days, she played some, coming over to where we were busy at. However, during the next few days, she declined, to the point that she wouldn’t get out of bed, unless, maybe if we took her out.

Quite concerned, we took her back to the Vet’s. After stating it could not be the vaccine (“I’ve never heard of that.”), the Veterinarian said something along the lines of; “…Sometimes it so happens that an animal can be just fine before the surgery, but the stress of it all gets their system whacked, and what’s been under the surface arises. It could be a viral infection. You may want to leave her here for a few days, we could give her antibiotics…It would cost around $200-$300…” The problem is, my Grandmother who accompanied us (and was a Registered Nurse for many years) knew full well that you don’t give antibiotics for a viral infection. And we just weren’t about to, in our mind, pump our ‘little butterfly’ full of chemicals again.

The Vet’s helper told us “It’s just like when your child gets a vaccination. He might have a reaction, but nothing much.” Well, I half agree. It is like giving a child a vaccine, but that may lead to something a bit more than “a reaction”. So we went down to the health food store.

We gave her a lot of homeopathic medicine, but apparently not in time. She slowly became paralyzed, scarcely being able to move her back legs. It kinda felt quick rather than slow, as we helped her walk down the hall, “exercising” the little Fannie that had never needed much help to run after acorns in the yard. On january 7, she died in her sleep. I am thankful to Yahuah that I had kissed her darling little head 7 times the night before.

However, she she did NOT die in vain. We have started a petition, aimed at Merial, the company that manufactures the rabies vaccine she received. 783 have signed. Will you help us get to 1,000? It IS possible.

Fannie Fae’s Gallery- From health to bed rest.

 

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Please consider donating!- a dear friend is starting a shelter is memory of Fannie!

Petitioning Head of Merial – Merial Pharmaceutical Company Stop Injuring Innocent Pets With Toxic Drugs

I am VERY thankful to all of you who have signed our petition!! HalleluYah! 

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For more info., I recommend the following videos.

vaxxed (trailer)

official website/how to watch vaxxed

Very good video-10 FACTS VACCINE COMPANIES Don’t Want You to Know !!!

Silent Epidemic:The Untold Story of Vaccines – Full Movie – Directed by Gary Null

& Lastly, a series…

The Truth About Vaccines Docu-series – Episode 1 | Robert F. Kennedy Jr Interview | Smallpox Vaccine

Speaking of this, I highly recommend the related docu-series, The Truth About Cancer, TTAC.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA (HalleluYah!). I am not a doctor or nurse or anything licensed. Do not rely on the information provided herein. As well, I am not aiming in this article to show both sides completely, but rather some information from my point of view, the ‘anti-dangerous-vaccine’ view or ‘Pro-choice’ view. Please refer to the Internet for more information pro-vaccine or simply more info altogether. May it be your choice.

Shalom, y’all!

-Yah’s girl

Yah is into miracles

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I’m subscribed to an email list that sends out a different thought/writing every Shabbat/Sabbath & wanted to share this one with y’all. The Author’s website is http://www.keepit7.wordpress.com

Yahuwah gives miracles. He performs them for our joy and benefit! And he does this every day. Sometimes in our great rush and fury, we miss it. We overlook a “small” miracle. This is tragic. Often when we need Yah most, we shove Him aside- “Not now, God, can’t talk. I have problems. I don’t have time!” (What?!?!?!?!?)

I know I do it.

He is here to solve our problems, or bring us through them, but He has given us freedom of choice, which means we have to accept His help. Elohim watches over His own. All we have to do is trust Him!

Remember, Shalom is not the superficial peace the world promotes, but a deep inner peace and harmony “in the battle”.

“He hath delivered my soul in peace from the battle that was against me: for there were many against me.”
Psalm 55:18
My point is this: Yah will work in our lives, whatever is going on in them, good or bad. He has done many miracles in my own life, Including a huge one this week. Actually every day is a miracle, since he gives us life; we could not breathe without Him.

So praise Him! Praise the name of Yah! He will glory, He will conquer the evil one! His Truth will never be undefended, and His people will never be alone.

HalleluYah!

– audacious gardener



Shalom!

Yah loves you & so do I!

-Yah’s girl

 

 

Don’t Underestimate Young People — Incredible Discovery

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“In the Bible it’s often young people who lead the way for the rest of their culture by providing an example […]

via Don’t Underestimate Young People — Incredible Discovery

Reach out to others (near you)

     Sometimes I get really frustrated; kinda weighed down. About the world’s problems. I ask myself “What can I do?“.

I think about my goal of being a missionary. About wanting to help homeless people. About wanting to tell my fellow Americans about the wonderful love of Yahuwah. I think about the children and all people harmed by domestic abuse/violence. I think about the people who have lived through extreme wars, like in Bosnia. I think about people who have been harmed by their government. About misinformed people. I think about the Native Americans, the way they were treated and all the information about their culture they’ve lost. About mistreated animals. I think about all the American Veterans and all the teenagers who commit suicide every day.

That’s a lot to think about. Too much. Like I said, I get overwhelmed.

But these problems are real. How do I deal with them; how do I help?

     First of all, I need to remember that Yahuwah (God) is in charge. So I can leave it in His hands. Just give it to Him. He made everyhting.

     Secondly, I need to think about my circle of influence. I can worry all I want about problems in Zimbabwe, but (not being rich and being the kind that wants to see who I am helping) I may not be able to do a lot of good. That is, I am not going to Zimbabwe, and I don’t want to send money blindly. So what can I do?                                                                  Let’s talk about what my circle of influence means- Basically, “Who around me do I have the most influence on?” My influence should start very close, in my family and co             Here is an example – If I want organic food growers to thrive, I may not be able to lobby for them in Congress, or anything ‘big’. (Out of my circle of influence.) But I can try to buy & eat organic foods (preferably from my own neighbors), which funds these growers. (Within my circle of influence.)                                                                                               So, that all basically to say… Maybe I should go to comfort my neightbor who is a domestic abuse survivor, rather than travelling an hour to volunteer for an organization. Now, volunteer organizations are great. I myself volunteer at them. But how much better to work with people or animals super close to home? (I have to travel 1/2 an hour or an hour to volunteer at an organization).                                                                                                   It’s a lot less overwhelming when you concentrate on the problems near you. And you may actually be able to do more good, too.

     We can’t just think about helping! I can sit here all afternoon yearning for things to change. But how can I expect them to if I never lift a finger? Can I then blame everybody else?!

We may not be able to do things we think of as “big things”. But our Saviour Yahusha did “Little things” – he held children on His knees, He sat among normal people telling stories. Maybe we are called to little things. (Which can really be pretty big). Maybe we are called to do big things (But need to do little things for practice first?) What I’m saying is; if all you can do is a little thing, do it. That’s way better than waiting for the big thing to come by and call your name.

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Ideas: Maybe you want to lift people’s spirits. Give the cashier a compliment. Sing a Patriotic song at a restaraunt. Pick up stray animals. Give the homeless guy a sandwhich. Visit your neighbors- the ones you’re used to avoiding.

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Be the change you wanna see.

Shalom,

Yah’s girl

 

A thank you to every American Veteran and all volunteers!