Knit Together in Love

Knitting could easily be called one of my passions. I truly enjoy everything about this ancient craft: Planning the project (selecting the design, yarn and needle size) Knitting the gauge swatch Casting on and beginning knitting process Finishing the last stitches and doing the finishing work Seeing, giving and using the completed hand knit project. [Read On]

Flowing With Milk and HONEY – Part 3

This is part three in the Land Flowing with Milk and Honey series. This series takes an inspirational and culinary look at the phrase, flowing with milk and honey.  The phrase “milk & honey” in Hebrew is: zavat halav u’dvash and is mentioned 22 times in Scripture. The first place in Scripture that we find this [Read On]

Flowing With MILK and Honey Part 2

Milk Milk is an important part of the Middle Eastern diet as a beverage, as cheese, butter and cultured as in yogurt and kefir (pronounced as keh-FEAR). The ancient Hebrews were herdsmen and they raise cows, sheep, camels and goats. Goats are prized for their milk because it is very rich and to the ancient [Read On]

A Land Flowing With Milk & Honey

By Posey Salem This teaching takes an inspirational and culinary look at the phrase, flowing with milk and honey. The phrase “milk & honey” in Hebrew is: zavat halav u’dvash and is mentioned 22 times in Scripture. Ex. 3:8; Ex. 3:17; Ex. 13:5; Ex. 33:3; Lev. 20:24; Num. 13:27; Num. 14:8; Num. 16:13; Num. 16:14; Deu. 6:3; [Read On]