Today’s special guest; Laura

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Roberta Pimentel. Her encouragement will carry with me through life!

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7 thoughts on “Today’s special guest; Laura

    1. Thanks, Randy! I just read the article,and yes, I believe it and hope it’ll happen in our marriage.

      Before we got married, I “thought” I heard God saying, “Don’t worry about being unequally yoked; the covenant is still there,” so I knew what I was getting into, but knowing and living it are two different things.

      My husband has no relationship with God and doesn’t desire to (yet).

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      1. Since reading your response, I’ve spent considerable time looking up Biblical references to yoke, and there are many. Personally, I think you’re delivering a message to me to accept more the yoke in G-d’s commands to us. From something I read on the internet, there are three aspects to it: faith, kingdom, and yoke. Being that Judaism is covenant-based, rather than faith-based, we must accept the covenants G-d lays out for us. So, it cannot just be faith. We can accept Kingdom, but not agree with rulings; so, that’s not enough. Therefore, we are enjoined to accept the”yoke”, or commands, given us as a bridge to connect with the realm of G-d. And, I’ve been especially recalcitrant, of late. Also, you’ve pointed me to the parsha of the week. These things are no mean feat. Two coincidental things, huh? Naaah. I cannot divine (!) the meaning it might have for you. I am no prophet. There are several meanings to it. And perhaps they won’t be known until much later.

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