Remembering the Passover-Exodus-Numbers-Leviticus

Moses Pleading with Israel, as in Deuteronomy ...

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Exodus 1                 “Every son that is born to the Hebrews you shall cast into the Nile”
Exodus 2:1-22       “She named him Moses, for she said ‘Because I drew him out of the water.'”
Exodus 2:23-3:20 “God heard their groaning, and remembered his covenant”
Exodus 5:1-6:1     “But Pharoah said, ‘Who is the Lord, that I should heed his voice and let Israel go?'”
Exodus 6:2-13      “I will redeem you with an outstretched arm, and I will take you for my people”
Exodus 6:28-7:24 “Moses struck the water that was in the Nile, and all the water turned to blood”
Exodus 10:21-11:10 “Stretch out your hand that there may be darkness over the land of Egypt, a darkness to be felt”

Exodus 12:1-20 “It is the Lord’s Passover.  For I will pass over you, and no plague shall fall upon you to destroy you, when I smite the land of Egypt.”
Exodus 12:21-36 “It is the sacrifice of the Lord’s Passover”
Exodus 12:37-51 “It was a night of watching by the Lord, to bring them out of the land of Egypt”
Exodus 13:17-49 “The Lord went before them by day in a pillar of cloud and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light”
Exodus 14:10-31 “Fear not, stand firm, and see the salvation of the Lord, which he will work for you today”
Exodus 16:1-18,35 “I will rain bread from heaven for you”
Exodus 17:1-16 “They put the Lord to the proof by saying, ‘Is the Lord among us or not?'”

Exodus 18:13-27 “Choose able men, such as fear God, men who are trustworthy and who hate a bribe”
Exodus 19:1-25; 20:18-20 “If you will obey my voice and keep my covenant, you shall be my own possession”
Exodus 20:1-17 “God spoke all these words”
Exodus 22:20-23:9 “You shall not follow a multitude to do evil”
Exodus 24:1-18 “All the words which the Lord has spoken we will do”
Exodus 32:1-20 “I have seen this people and behold, it is a stiff-necked people”
Exodus 33:7-11; 33:18-34:9; 34:29-35 “The Lord used to speak to Moses face to face, as a man speaks to his friend”

Exodus 34:10-28 “You shall worship no other god, for the Lord, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God”
Exodus 35:4-19; 35:30-36:1; 37:1-9 “He filled him with the Spirit of God, with ability, intelligence, knowledge, and with all craftsmanship”
Exodus 40:16-38 “The glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle”

Leviticus 8:1-29; 9:22-24 “Assemble all the congregation at the door of the tent of meeting”

Leviticus 16:2-28 “Thus he shall make atonement because of their transgressions, all their sins”

Leviticus 19:1-4, 11-18 “You shall be holy; for I the Lord your God am holy”

Numbers 11:4-30 “Would that all the Lord’s people were prophets, that the Lord would put his spirit upon them!”
Numbers 12:16-13:33 “We seemed to ourselves like grasshoppers, and so we seemed to them”
Numbers 14:1-25 “The Lord is with us; do not fear them”
Numbers 20:1-13, 21:4-9 “Make a fiery serpent, and set it on a pole; and every one who is bitten, when he sees it, shall live”



Caption saying Ramadan Kareem that I have created

Caption saying Ramadan Kareem that I have created (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 Happy Ramadan Blessings to You…!

In Ramadan we again promise to fulfil our basics duties… and let us to continue these characteristics after Ramadan too…

– Watch Decently

– Listen Openly

– Think Positively

– Talk Politely

– Dress Neatly

– Treat Kindly

– Pray Attentively

– Donate Generously

– Respect Everyone

– Forgive & Forget

– Give Rights to all mankind

May ALLAH bless & protect You, Your family & Your Parents. Amen

Sana ulhaq

Goodness must be share without any hesitation… (message from our Muslim brother)

Don’t Worry Be Happy

This article is about the song. For the album, see Don’t worry be Happy.
“Don’t Worry, Be Happy”
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 Don’t Worry, Be Happy” is a song by musician Bobby McFerrin. Released in September 1988, it became the first a cappella song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, a position it held for two weeks. On the UK Singles Chart, the song reached number 2 during its fifth week on the chart. At the 1989 Grammy Awards, “Don’t Worry Be Happy” won the awards for Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.

The song’s title is originally taken from a famous quote by Meher Baba, The Indian mystic and sage Meher Baba (1894–1969) often used the expression “Don’t worry, be happy” when cabling his followers in the West.[1] However, Meher Baba communicated variations of the sentiment; fuller versions of the quote—such as, “Do your best. Then, don’t worry; be happy in My love. I will help you[2] — also incorporate responsibility (“do your best…”) alongside the detachment (“don’t worry…”), as well as the master disciple spiritual relationship (“I will help you”). In the 1960s, the truncated version of this expression by Baba was printed up on inspiration cards and posters of the era. In 1988, McFerrin noticed a similar poster in the apartment of the jazz band Tuck & Patti in San Francisco. Inspired by the expression’s charm and simplicity, McFerrin wrote the now famous song, which was included in the soundtrack of the movie Cocktail, and became a hit single the next year. In an interview by Bruce Fessier for USA Weekend Magazine in 1988 McFerrin said, “Whenever you see a poster of Meher Baba, it usually says ‘Don’t worry, be happy,’ which is a pretty neat philosophy in four words, I think.”

Never too late to DREAM


Rosa has been looking forward to start school again and enter Grade 2. Rosa is not your typical elementary student. At 13, it was her first time to step inside a classroom as a Grade 1 student last school year while girls her have already moved to high school. Rosa’s life in school may just be starting, but her hard-earned triumph is no easy feat for her family.
Living in poverty, everyday Rosa’s in school is a reason to celebrate. Unfazed by her past setbacks Rosa shows up to school every day without fail.

“Hindi po ako nahihiya kahit matanda na ako, kasi gusto ng makaahon sa kahirapan”. Rosa may still be years away from her own graduation, but she knows she’s on her way to reaching her dreams of becoming a teacher someday.

Distress by her mother’s untimely death, Rosa her sister and three brothers were solely raised by her father whose work as a seasonal coconut farm worker only provides for their barest needs.
Unable to ger adequate support, Rosa and her siblings studies weer sidetracked when they’re forced to quit schooling early on. She stayed at home to take care of her younger sister while her brothers helped their father.

Just when all hope seems lost, help came through the efforts of World Vision’s Child Sponsorship program together with the locality’s out of school youth program in Leyte. Rosa’s family received the needed assistance and with the development initiatives for the whole community. Rosa and her siblings were able to go back to school and study again.

Children like Rosa are seed of hope in their community. With your encouragement and extra help these children can thrive to fulfill their dreams and experience better lives.
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