Although I’m not as religious as I used to be, the biblical archeology and history always fascinate me. The local church did a good job making a life-size replica of Tabernacle of Moses back in the #Exodus period. Very lovely. #tabernacleofmoses
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Watch and listen to yesterday’s teaching on week 4 of our Exodus sermon series! Find both on the listen page of our website, or watch on YouTube and listen on iTunes Podcast!
“The scriptural account of the Exodus begins with a small group of powerful women: rebellious midwives, a brave mother, a resourceful sister, and a compassionate adoptive mother. Though distinct from one another in status, education, and tradition, these women were nevertheless complicit in their defiance of an abhorrent law. The bond that instantly connected them was forged of their instinct for life, for compassion, and for love. Does not this maternal love, shared by this circle of women, rightfully preface the Exodus? Is not this love the beginning of redemption?”
Up on our blog, our Faith Perspective by @rebeccasrobison details the rich feminine imagery that describes the Lord’s deliverance of the House of Israel and parallels our deliverance from sin and death. Read this one with your scriptures in hand, so that you, too, can delve into the ways in which we all have been “carried from the womb" (link in profile).
Join us in celebrating our sisterhood by sharing your favorite birth or adoption story in the comments below.
Somos una especie en viaje
No tenemos pertenencias sino equipaje
Vamos con el polen en el viento
Estamos vivos porque estamos en movimiento
Nunca estamos quietos, somos trashumantes
Somos padres, hijos, nietos y bisnietos de inmigrantes
Es más mío le que sueño que lo que toco
Atravesamos desiertos, glaciares, continentes
El mundo entero de extremo a extremo
El ojo en el viento y en las corrientes
La mano firme en el remo
Cargamos con nuestras guerras
Nuestras canciones de cuna
Nuestro rumbo hecho de versos
De migraciones, de hambrunas
Y así ha sido siempre, desde el infinito
Fuimos la gota de agua viajando en el meteorito
Cruzamos galaxias, vacío, milenios
Buscábamos oxígeno, encontramos sueños
Movimiento, Jorge Drexler.
De la serie “Mirarte”, 2018. /
We're a traveling species
We don't have belongings although we have luggage
We travel with pollen in the wind
We're alive because we're moving
We're never still, we're nomadic
We're parents, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of immigrants
What I dream belongs more to me than I what I touch
We crossed desserts, glaciers, continents
The entire world from end to end
The eye to the wind and to the currents
The hand firm in the oar
Carrying on with our wars...
Our journey made of verses
Of migrations, of famine
And that's how it's always been, from infinity
We were the water drop traveling on the meteorite
We crossed galaxies, the void, for millennia
We were looking for oxygen, we found dreams
Movimiento, Jorge Drexler.
From the series “Look at you”, 2018.
I cannot thank @garyholt_official & @lisaholt777 enough for my shirts. I wont lie... I've owned a bootleg #kik shirt but, once that piece of shit got worn out, I bought two straight from the source. Pretty sure that a sticker will be on my truck soon. \m/ \m/
It’s frickin bats 🦇.... I love Halloween.
My look the other day inspired by @lilith.chan batty eyeliner
The purple is from a little palette from five below lol other than that “Exodus” from @katvondbeauty Saint and Sinner, Liquid lash liner and @nyxcosmetics matte liquid liner.