A cup of coffee in Madrid

Five years ago, traveling to Israel was on my bucket list. A dream for ‘maybe one day.’ Sure, the Torah says, ‘All your males shall appear before Me three times a year…’ but, that seemed utterly impossible.

This morning, we are sitting in Madrid waiting for our flight home to Charlotte, NC, and I knew exactly where I wanted to have a cup of coffee. This is the end of our sixth feast in Israel in the last four years and our sixth or seventh trip through this airport. Abba has provided and blessed as we have reached to be obedient to this command.

I look forward in the coming days to sharing some of the things we learned and experienced during Yom HaKippurim and Sukkot with AniYosef.com, but would much prefer if you were sitting here with us… or, serving with us in THE City.

It breaks my heart that so many are content to celebrate at home instead of begging the Father to bring them up, even once per year.. (I wonder how HE feels.) Yes, cost is an issue, but He owns the hills that the 1000 cattle reside on… Commit. Sellout. You can spend 14 days in Israel at Pesach or Sukkot for LESS than $900. Meals and lodging included! (And, a couple of us are working to cut that price in HALF, if you are willing to camp. Tent provided!)

If you desire to be there and are willing to commit to total obedience, tune in to AniYosef.com and send a contact request for more information.

About Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ natsab.wordpress.com 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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