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PostSubject: shabbat shalom   Fri Jan 18, 2008 11:00 am

last week, my wife and I hosted our first Shabbat meal in our house.

As many know we have changed much in the past year, and our form our 'christianity' has been in a state of change ever since.

One person who came asked me at the end, what I had got most out of it. at the time (immediately) I replied that the wine was very good (and it was a spanish red called sangre de torro) and moved the conversation on. Over the coming few days, I began to realise that I had entered into a tradition linking me with thousands upon thousands (millions really) of followers in HaShem, those who are of both Jewish and Gentile persuasions. I had embarked upon a path dating back all the way to the book of Exodus. I had been and will ever be a partcipant in a covenant made with the real Israel with whom I have been now grafted in and so can freely partake of the blessing they have recieved (including the Shabbat).

What a day, repeated every week because it is so important and so that we do not forget... After all, Jesus is Lord of the Shabbat.



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PostSubject: Re: shabbat shalom   Fri Jan 18, 2008 12:34 pm

I hope you continue to have more blessed Shabbats together!


( PS, the wine you had, the Spanish red, do you know if it was kosher or not? If you would like I will start a thread on kosher wines as I know you wouldn't want to bless HaShem with an unkosher wine. Smile )
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PostSubject: Re: shabbat shalom   Sat Jan 19, 2008 3:39 pm

kosher - not a clue.... tasty, most definately.


Steve

p.s. so how can wine be made kosher then (from a purely biblical standpoint without the rabbinic rulings)
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PostSubject: Re: shabbat shalom   Sun Jan 20, 2008 11:04 pm

For one, not being sacrificed to idols or containing blood as some Spanish reds do.
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PostSubject: Re: shabbat shalom   Thu Feb 14, 2008 6:59 pm

I'm in --

OK- back from a dip in the kosher section without a drop ..!

Tell me, this blood is in Only the Spanish wines? *ee-K*
bl-Ak! I hope if there were any in our past -it would be filtered out< eE-aK!

The Merlot and Zinfandel are quite popular and have been suggestively kosher.. yes?

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