Friday, July 22, 2016

Sabbath Music - Toda Lecha (Thank you)

Greetings to you all, Gail-Friends.  It's been a busy week.  I've been watching the RNC every night, and I feel so much more hope for our country.  True patriotism is not dead.  There are people who believe in the concepts that made America great -- freedom, independence, hard work, moral values, and most of all belief in, and obedience to, G-d.

Tonight, we will gather to welcome His Sabbath.

We'll sing, dance, wave banners, praise and thank Him for gifting us with this special day of rest and reflection and JOY.

We'll remember the blessings of the past week, and lay our burdens and cares at His feet.

We'll pray for each other, friends, neighbors, family, our country and especially for the peace of Jerusalem.

We'll study His Word for guidance and comfort, and we'll renew our commitment to obey Him.

Rabbi Jem will lead us in the blessing of the bread and the wine and then speak the Aaronic Blessing over us.  We'll sing the Shabbat Shalom song together, and then, we'll EAT and DRINK, and enjoy sweet fellowship together with our mishpocha (family).  

This song is new to me, shared by a member of our congregation.  Toda by Benny Friedman.  Enjoy and give thanks, Gail-Friends.  (I hope you dance, too.)

Shabbat shalom, and may your Sabbath rest be sweet.

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