This is very moving

The following is from FOX Sports. I found it very moving and wanted to share it with you:

Apr 18, 2013 10:03 AM ET


Rene Rancourt, the Boston Bruins’ iconic anthem singer, delivered perhaps the most memorable performance of his career Wednesday night. It lasted about 15 seconds.

On this night, of all nights, the song and its message did not belong to one man.

A Letter from Bob


Just a quick note to thank those of you who continue to support Eshav Books and eshavbooks.org in prayer and with your finances! This has been such a difficult time for so many of us, your ongoing support is very much appreciated. We hope and pray that the web-site provides you not only with useful Bible-study resources but with other timely information as well.

It doesn't seem possible that Passover is almost here - but now it is just a few days away. So, let me wish you a Chag Sameach Pesach ("Happy Passover")!! And, as we are reminded of the Exodus from Egypt and our own redemption in the Messiah, I will thank the Lord for you and your faithfulness too.

I hope and pray that this year's Passover celebration will be sweet and meaningful for you all.

Be well. Love, Bob

Passover Preparation

Preparation is a significant and integral part of every biblical holiday. The planning during the week prior to each Sabbath usually culminates on Friday in a bustle of cleaning, last minute shopping, food preparation and welcoming guests. Then the candles are lit and the peace of Shabbat is ushered in like a radiant, beautiful Queen. Without some advance planning and preparation this would not be possible. The same principle applies to the Shabbatot, the set-apart days, of the annual Festival Cycle.

Preparations for the annual festival of Pesach, or Passover, begin at least a month before the holiday, with a planned schedule of thorough housecleaning – the model for “spring-cleaning”! Invitations are given or received for the Seder meal, which is prepared for in fine detail.  You can find great information and “how to’s” as to what constitutes “chametz” which needs to be removed from your home and this process at Chabad.org

Cleanse out the old leaven (chametz) that you may be a new lump, as you really are unleavened. For Messiah, our Paschal Lamb, has been sacrificed.  (1 Corinthians 5:7). …

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