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A HEBREW SAGE MIGHT SAY. . .
The Jewish sages teach us that Abraham’s tent was open in all four directions because he wanted to be prepared to lend assistance to anyone who happened to pass by. 

 

ALL DAY LONG      
"My tongue shall speak of YOUR righteousness beneficent acts and of YOUR praise all day long." [Psalms (Tehillym) 35. 28 Tanakh, Kethuvim] 

 

Each and every day in the CHRISTian life should be devoted and dedicated to praising our WONDERFUL LORD GOD of righteousness, grace, and love all the day long. 

 

All of us have real problems and difficulties daily, but our blessings always outweigh them, so it is a matter of confident choice to praise and be thankful for our many riches in belonging to our Heavenly FATHER.  There are many all-embracing, bold uncompromising and stimulating passages for praising the HOLY ONE: "In ELOHIYM we boast all day long, and at all times and praise YOUR NAME forever. Selah" [Psalms (Tehillym) 44. 8 Tanakh, Kethuvim]
    "My lips shall be jubilant as I sing a hymn to YOU, with my whole being which YOU have redeemed. All the day long my tongue also shall recite YOUR generous acts of righteousness; how those who sought my ruin were frustrated and disgraced, brought to shame who seek my hurt." [Psalms (Tehillym) 71. 23- 24 Tanakh, Kethuvim]
    "Be merciful to me, O ADONEY, for I cry to YOU all day long. Bring joy to YOUR servant’s life, for on YOU, LORD, I set my hope, my soul is lifted up to YOU." [Psalms (Tehillym) 86. 3- 4 Tanakh, Kethuvim]
     "Do not envy sinners in your heart, but be zealous for the fear of the LORD all the day; for surely there is a hereafter, and your hope will never fail or be cut off." [Proverbs (Mishle) 23. 17- 18 Tanakh, Kethuvim] 

 

Actually, this phrase or expression "all day long" was the translator’s simple way of interpreting just two words, "all day" — in the earliest manuscript.  The Hebrew word for "all" is kol; implies "the whole" and the word for "day" — yom, frequently implies from "sunset to sunset.

 

That's why, the inspired exhortation of David is appropriate — perhaps today especially.  "Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all HIS benefits. HE forgives all your iniquities, heals all your diseases. HE redeems your life from destruction in the Pit, surrounds you with steadfast love and tender mercies. HE satisfies you with good things in the prime of life so that your youth is renewed like the eagle's." [Psalms (Tehillym) 103. 2- 5 Tanakh, Kethuvim] 

 

Our soul does bless the LORD all the day long because HE has promised to show HIS dearly loved children "the exceeding riches of HIS grace in HIS kindness toward us in MESSIAH Y’SHUA" throughout all eternity. [Ephesians 2. 7]  Such abundant kindness and love GOD our SAVIOR continually shows to man.  How can we help but bless HIS HOLY NAME! 

 

 

Sha'alu (Pray) for the Shalom (Peace) of JerUSAlem and all of Israel!
Redeem Israel, O ELOHIYM, out of all their troubles!
Exalted and hallowed be GOD'S greatness in this world of YOUR creation. May YOUR will be fulfilled and YOUR sovereignty revealed in the days of our lifetime and the life of the whole House of Israel, Amen.  May YOU, MOST HOLY ONE, be blessed, praised & honoured, extolled & glorified, adored & exalted above all else throughout eternity. Blessed are YOU beyond all blessings & hymns, praises & consolations that may be uttered in this world, Amen.
Day 31 of the Omer 

 

Praying for the peace of Jerusalem, is praying for the return of our Messiah and Lord and for the Kingdom of God He is bringing when He comes.  Then God's Will shall be done on earth as it is in Heaven and the world will experience true godly universal peace which is the fruit of Righteousness. 

 

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