Shabbat in Jerusalem

After a very late night, last night, we began our morning slowly… after most had drifted out of beds and into the common area, we shared a

breakfast of boiled eggs, matzah, cheese, olives and charoset. We then decided to take a walk around the neighborhood.

Greg, Silas and I were armed with cameras while Pieter had his bird watching binoculars and guide for Israeli birds. I took many pics of flowers and a few butterflies as we walked a large part of the moshav.

After our walk we all shared a lunch of leftovers, avocados, matzah, charoset, etc… then decided to drive into Jerusalem to Independence Park

where a large group of Ephramires from all over the world were gathered for fellowship and worship. What a joy to to see many Congress participants again, but even more so to meet Brazilians, Mexicans, Guatemalans, Philipinos, Jordanians and New Zealanders.

James Block shared his beautiful worship music, accompanied by Heinz Suter on harmonica. We made more contacts and strengthened other relations, particularly in Europe.

Here are a few pics for your enjoyment.

About Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ Basically, husband of one, father of four. Pastor x 11 years, former business and military background. Micro-farmer. Messianic believer in Yeshua haMashiach!
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3 Responses to Shabbat in Jerusalem

  1. Bobby Bennie says:

    Thanks for sharing Brother, it just continues to enhance my desire to get there and experience the land!

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  2. mike- new email address says:

    I just spent two weeks there. love your pics keep them coming. Now I know a little and I mean very little what an exile must have experience. can’t wait to get back.

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