Sing praise to YHWH, You kind ones of His, And give thanks at the
remembrance of His Set-apartness. For His displeasure is for a moment, His
delight is for life; Weeping might last for the night, But joy comes in the morning.
Under the Waterfall.
HalleluYAH! YHWH has answered our prayers one more time. He has sent His
set-apart servants to come and lift us up again. We live in a very rural area
with bad roads and little comfort, but He has sent people from places like
Canada, Montana, and Texas. We did not know how or when but He has brought
them to refresh us. This past weekend was one of planning, thinking,
and preparing for new and refreshing times.
Christopher and our visitors, Emily, with their Cactus Boot.
Tammy and Mrs. Allisa.
Working on Making Sugarcane Juice.
Mispacha came to help! They brought their camera and more to bless
our servant family. We went and visited some of those who we have been
ministering to and sharing the Living Torah with. There are also new pictures
to show you as well as pictures of our family. There are ongoing projects
both in the Ministry and on the homestead. It is a very exciting time for sure!
You have turned my mourning into dancing for me; You have torn off my
sackcloth and girded me with gladness, So that esteem might praise You and
not be silent. O YHWH my Elohim, I thank You forever.
An Elderly Couple’s Home that We Went to Visit.
Our Shabbat Gathering.
This past weekend and Shabbat were awesome. We had visitors,
held Shabbat at a neighbor’s home, prayed for a sick man,
visited an elderly couple with many needs, and planned some
future blog posts for this new website.
Our New Lamb
There was also a chance to go and enjoy the farm and all the
blessings around it. We butchered a ram, and went to the waterfall.
A new lamb was born again while our visitors were here, seems like that
happens often, HalleluYAH! We even had a day of rain, HalleluYAH!
There are doors opened for Ministry and the opportunity to bring others
to our home. The bar has been raised for us to take the next step in this
journey. We do not know what tomorrow holds but it looks like it is showing
a brighter future. Thank you to all who have prayed for our family!
The Montanez Family
Our New Family Picture