STEALTH

Posted Feb 21st, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


STEALTH
     Have Blue was the code name of Lockheed's first stealth aircraft.  Up to this point in airplane history, airplanes had only been designed according to aerodynamic qualities.  Have Blue was designed according to electrical engineering features. The airplane was designed in a way to deflect electro-magnetic waves, thus allowing it to be invisible to radar.  
     Have Blue was the predecessor to the F-117A stealth fighter. It is named the Nighthawk as it is only used for night-time missions.  It operates only in the...

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STEALTH

Posted Feb 21st, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


STEALTH
     Have Blue was the code name of Lockheed's first stealth aircraft.  Up to this point in airplane history, airplanes had only been designed according to aerodynamic qualities.  Have Blue was designed according to electrical engineering features. The airplane was designed in a way to deflect electro-magnetic waves, thus allowing it to be invisible to radar.  
     Have Blue was the predecessor to the F-117A stealth fighter. It is named the Nighthawk as it is only used for night-time missions.  It operates only in the...

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Tu Bish'vat

Posted Feb 10th, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


TU B’SHVAT
    Tu B’Shvat is not a typing mistake. If you live or visit Israel, you might attend an event celebrating Tu B'Shvat, the New Year of Trees. Tu is the Hebrew word for the number fifteen. We are in the Hebrew month of Sh’vat.
     Before you go searching through the Scriptures, please note that you will NOT find this holiday in any Bible. It is found only in the Mishnah. There are two different schools of thought on this holiday....

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IN HIS EMBRACE

Posted Feb 5th, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


IN HIS EMBRACE
 
Like a shepherd He will tend His flock,
In His arm He will gather the lambs, and carry them in His bosom;
He will gently lead the nursing ewes. 
Isa. 40:11
     The Hebrew word for bosom is khaykh, and in Greek, it is kolpos.   It is a masculine noun that indicates the upper part of a person's body where objects and persons of love are embraced.  The person, item or animal that is carried or embraced here is dearly cherished. ...

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ZOAN

Posted Nov 23rd 2019, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


ZOAN - A WONDERFUL PLACE 
by Barri Cae Seif
Marvelous things He did in the sight of their fathers, in the land of Egypt, in the field of Zoan.
~ Psalm 78:12 ~
How many times have we read a verse, especially a Psalm, and not fully comprehended the worth of the words? Where is Zoan? Why should this matter? The Jewish encyclopedia notes that it was an important city in Egypt, noting that it could have been the residence of Pharaoh. John Bright,...

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HEAR

Posted Jun 15th 2019, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


HEAR!
 
     If you spend any time in a Jewish congregation, whether it be Orthodox, Reform, Conservative or Messianic, you will hear the watchword of the Jewish faith, Deuteronomy 6:4, Hear, O Israel, the LORD your God, the LORD is one. For many individuals who only hear this declaration, because the word “Hear” is a homophone for Here. Misunderstanding can arise if one believes that the word is Here, O Israel. The word that God notes is HEAR, שְׁמַע as if...

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LET YOUR SHORESHIM GO DEEP

Posted Jan 21st 2019, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


LET YOUR SHORESHIM GO DEEP
 
Tonight, Monday night, is Tu B'shvat, the eve of the New Year of Trees. This is one holiday that is not listed in the Bible, but only in the Mishnah.There were two different schools of thought about this holiday.  There were two Rabbi's - Shammai and Hillel.  Along with their disputes on many things, they did agree on one thing, that there should be a New Years for trees, maybe to celebrate new life after the winter. ...

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HAPPY B'RIT DAY!

Posted Dec 31st 2018, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


                                                                                  HAPPY B’RIT DAY!
     With the New Year almost here, I like to remember  former New Year’s Eve celebrations. My favorite still was 1999 New Year's Eve celebration.  As the New Year unfolded worldwide. Paris, London, New York - every...

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GOD'S LAGNIAPPE

Posted Dec 26th 2018, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


GOD’S LAGNIAPPE
     For over seven years, I lived in Shreveport, Louisiana. Although at times, living there was a challenge, there were certain elements that made Louisiana unique. The people were wonderful and sweet. I made a few special friends there. There were those Louisianans who lived south of Alexandria, LA, who had a language and culture all their own. I remember walking into a little store and seeing a sign on the outside “Tongue on Sale Today.” Having grown up in...

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THE HEAVENLY ANCHOR

Posted Jun 6th 2018, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


 
 
THE HEAVENLY ANCHOR
 
Then he said to me, 
“This is the word of the LORD to Zerubbabel saying, 
‘Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,’ says the LORD of hosts. 
"What are you, O great mountain? Before Zerubbabel you will become a plain; and he will bring forth the top stone with shouts of
“Grace, grace to it!”’”
(Zech. 4:6-7)
 
     In light of this week’s parsha, we focus on the Haftorah passage from Zechariah. Parallel to Numbers 8 בְּהַעֲלֹתְךָ. B’Ha’alosecha (when you step up…) and the...

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FACE-TIME WITH MOMMY

Posted Apr 7th 2018, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


 
Antoon Claeissens The Judgement of Solomon
 
FACE-TIME WITH MOMMY
 
Then the woman whose child was the living one spoke to the king, for she was deeply stirred over her son and said,
“Oh, my lord, give her the living child, and by no means kill him.”
1 Kings 3:26
 
     One of the most provocative stories in the Bible involves the judgment decision of King Solomon between two women. Both women were prostitutes; they lived in the same home; they had no husband; they both gave birth...

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THOUGH I WALK IN DARKNESS

Posted Jan 9th 2018, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


 
                                     
 
THOUGH I WALK IN DARKNESS
 
Who is among you that feareth the LORD, That obeyeth the voice of His servant?
 Though he walketh in darkness, And hath no light,
Let him trust in the name of the LORD, and stay upon his God.
Isaiah 50:20 JPS
 
      If we live long enough, each of us will encounter a “suddenly” in our life.  It could be...

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MOSES' BIRTH DAY AND DEATH DAY

Posted Mar 4th 2017, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


 
Moses' Birthday and Death DayAdar 7 in the Jewish calendar was Moses' birth day and death day(Deut. 32:48-52, Tractate Megilah). Moses was born byfaith, hid by faith, lived by faith and died by faith. In honor ofMoses, some facts follow of his birth day and death day.Moses was born by faith. Pharaoh issued an...

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THE AMBER DOT

Posted Jan 6th 2017, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


THE AMBER DOT
And I looked, and, behold, a whirlwind came out of the north, a great cloud, and a fire engulfing itself,
and a brightness was about it, and out of its midst as the color of amber, out of the midst of the fire .
Ezekiel 1:4
     There are times in our lives in which we find ourselves engulfed by a whirlwind. It seems as though the pressures of life overwhelm us. We can find ourselves, as Jacob did,...

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ADONAI RO-EE

Posted Aug 30th 2016, 12:00 by Devotionals by Barri Cae on Christian Living


ADONAI RO’EE
 
     Some years ago, while working in an Atlanta office, the day began as any other day, until my boss asked us employees to come to the conference room. Something was up. No one looked happy.
 
     My boss, Allan, asked us if we had heard about Anie over the weekend. We said no. Allan then told us that Anie had been killed in an auto accident. However, not only Anie had been killed, but also her aunt and...

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