Quotidianly – Sacrifices?


As lambs, שֶׂה seh, we need His guidance, His voice, or else we get lost.

That is why celebrations like the red cow, Pará Adumá פָּרָה אֲרֻמָּה, remind us that our greatest sacrifice has to do with purifying ourselves daily from all the sins that we commit.

Today’s quotes reiterate to us that “our heart, after every beat, shows us the importance of thanking Him for life.”

Let us not forget that in the end our ashes, אֵ֫פֶר, epher, will return to the earth, but we will have to deal with our owns disobediences.

Remember, those who understands love as a sacrifice forget that He is our biggest example of freedom.

Perhaps that is why the biggest command or Mitzvà, מצוה, that we must fulfill, as believers, has to do with love.

Ezekiel יְחֶזְקֵאל, Yejezkel, as prophet, calls us to understand that our strength will always be in the Creator.

Mark 11:17 “And he was teaching them and saying to them, “Is it not written, ‘My house shall be called a house of prayer for all the nations’? But you have made it a den of robbers.”

Remember to love and appreciate every day our life!

Quotidianly – Sacrifices?
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