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This Week on Shabbat
Weekly Drash by
Rabbi David Schiller
“The Egalitarianism of sin.”
First half of Romans 3
Bible study during Oneg
Helping our Shule Family in Times of Need!
In Romans 12 we are admonished, “Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; giving preference to one another in honor; contributing to the needs of the saints, practicing hospitality.” Romans 12:10,13
Our heavenly Father has given us the opportunity to contribute to the needs of 3 families within the shul this week.
Meals can be dropped of at shul on Shabbat with their name attached
We continue to bless Jerry and Melissa Henderson as they prepare for their new arrival. Jerry & Melissa Henderson CareCalendar site:
Calendar ID : 271063 Security code : 5781
Beth Smith and her family as she recovers from a broken wrist.
Beth’s CareCalendar site:
Hollie and Jeremy Schoenwald are expecting the arrival of their next family member on July 10th. Hollie and Jeremy’s CareCalendar site,
FYI page may open with above information in place but not open the page, type in the security code and it worked.
If you are unable to prepare a meal, consider signing up for a gift card. Gift cards are available from many chain restaurants that can be easily sent to each recipient. They can choose the meal, and in some locations, arrange to have it delivered when it is convenient for them. Or, you could purchase a meal to be delivered.
During the Praise and Worship
there will be rooms available in the office for Healing Prayer and other needs. There will be periodic slides inviting folks to come back for prayer as they feel the need. We will have 3 rooms available, See one of the ushers for directions any time during the Praise and Worship service prior to the Message. If you are interested in becoming part of the Healing Ministry Team please contact Kathleen Marion email@example.com
Feast of Tabernacles
Step One CALL Cooper Lake South Sulphur unit.
Make Your Reservation, Once you have your reservation in, Text Dan Boron 972-423-9557 and I will include you in the next phase of our preparations.
Step Two Pick a THEME
Feast of Tabernacles is September 23-30 this year
God needs a seat for His flame to rest; the moment we see that we are a thornbush for God to rest as the flame in, burning with God as the fire and the fuel, we are qualified to serve God. The God of resurrection wants to burn on a despised, useless thornbush; this is the basis of our service to God.
Furthermore, as seen in Jer. 23:29, 5:14, and 20:9, the word of God is a fire that burns us and many of the things in which we have confidence. The word of God is a fire that burns us; when we come to God’s word, we receive not only nourishment but also something burning in us, burning away anything of the old and bringing in the impulse of the divine life to energize us. ~ Anonymous godman.com
Torah Portion of the Week
Mattot ~ Tribes
Mas’ei ~ Stages
Jeremiah 2:4-28; 3:4; 2:4-28; 4:1-2
Torah Commentary by Mark Huey
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Services: 10:30 AM, Saturday