Howdy, all! My apologies to those of you who have visited here numerous times expecting to see something and seeing… well… nothing. 🙂
The lead up to the Spring Holy Days has been crazy with work and other necessities, and consequently blogging has taken a back seat, as has a number of other activities. I hope to pick up writing again as soon as the Passover/Unleavened Bread dust settles.
Speaking of which, many of you reading this will be keeping the Passover memorial of Christ’s sacrifice tonight and will begin the Days of Unleavened Bread tomorrow night. Let me just say that I hope these days are meaningful for all of us and that we truly learn all God would teach us this season. As is often the case, what we get out of things is closely related to what we put into them. These days are such an opportunity to grow in our relationship with God and with each other — even with ourselves, in terms of getting to know ourselves more thoroughly and seeing ourselves as God sees us through the self-examination encouraged this season.
So, again, my apologies for being AWOL, and I hope everyone has a profitably memorable and profoundly meaningful Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread.