Tag Archives: Shabbat

My Soul Thirsts

Enjoy this lovely Shabbat and the delightful rest our Father in heaven has given His children.

My Soul Thirsts By Shimrit Hanes of Zemer Levav

A song of praise in Hebrew and English featuring vocals, guitar, harp, and hand percussion, and beautiful desert scenery.

Music Video by Covenant Records LLC

My Soul Thirsts by Zemer Levav

Fast Food Believers!

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness.  2 Timothy 3:16

because “All flesh is as grass, And all he glory of man as the flower of the grass.  The grass withers, And its flower falls away, 25 But the word of the Lord endures forever.”  1 Peter 1:24-25

What Scripture do you question?  what Scripture have you been told no longer applies?  How does that jive with the above Scriptures?

FAST FOOD BELIEVERS – by Torah Family (Steve Moutria)

 

Shabbat Shalom!!!

Never Fail Challah

Even i can succeed at this Shabbat Challah!

Here are my efforts:

Shabbat Challah
Shabbat Challah before cooking and with glaze.
Shabbat Challah after cooking
Shabbat Challah after cooking – ready to enjoy immediately or freeze for later.

 

The Kosher Blogger

I always used to insist that there’s no reason to make your own challah in Israel when there are so many delicious challahs available to buy. My mind was quickly changed when a good friend who I had invited to Shabbat dinner, delivered two fresh out of the oven challahs to my house one Friday afternoon. They were melt in the mouth, sweet, soft and everything you’d want out of a home-baked challah. She happily gave me the recipe and every since I make them as often as I can. There’s is no bought substitute anywhere. I get dirty looks from my family when Shabbat dinner comes around and I haven’t baked them.

What I love about this recipe is that the proofing is very forgiving – I have left the dough to rise for an hour or so longer than the recipe requires, and all was well with the…

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