My kids went back to sleep in their own beds. The sirens are less frequent, and we haven’t had a nighttime one in a while. It took time to convince the little ones—they felt safe in that tiny room with the thick cement walls and heavy metal door. They could let their guard down and fall asleep without worrying about a missile plummeting towards our cozy neighborhood.
The world has a skewed view of women and the church which doesn’t teach Torah has embraced this view. Young girls are taught that their God-given role as daughters, wives, and mothers, has less value than having a career. Titus outlines the roles of older and young women, the ‘keepers of the home.’ The Greek word for ‘keeper’ is ouros and means ‘guardian’ (Titus 2:3-5).
bs 31 is known as the Eshet Chayil in Hebrew meaning ‘woman of strength’ or ‘warrior woman.’ The Eshet Chayil is an ‘shadow’ of the Bride of Yeshua. Each sentence of this Proverb begins with a consecutive letter of the Hebrew alef-bet.