A Talk about Israel by Jewish Lady


After meeting Mark S at Starbucks, Betty L comes with Victoria (her friend) who works in a startup which sells licensed disney shirts. It’s good that she has the experience to do all the work for the startup. I appreciate for Betty to compliment that I talk a lot now. Thank You, Lord for your courage and strength. Actually, I want to contribute my part into God’s
kingdom through the business.

Then I choose to go to the school (where my business mentor always goes to) to do my work in order to wait for the talk about Jews informed by her. Most likely, she is there. I have no choice except to have my courage to show my face. I feel so bad for arguing with her and apologizes for my mistakes due to some of my memory loss. On my way, the lawyer calls me to remind me to fill the will registration form. When I reach there, she is there. We call each other and quietly do our own work. Later on, her friend (CW) goes there as well. The talk about Israel is by a professor Jewish lady. The word ‘Mount of Remembrance Har Hazikaron’ impresses my heart. It is not found in the Bible. I attempt to write the spelling. I write it repetitively in order to get the spelling correct. While I am thinking on it, CW spots it. I feel so embarrassed to acknowledge that I am learning Hebrew. It’s great to have the courage to ask the Jewish lady to correct my spelling. Great to ask her privately and surprisingly she is impressed. She corrects it. Oh, it is the beauty of Hebrew language. After it has ended, CW asks me the time I learn Hebrew and the reason. It is to know God better and understand the Bible. My purpose is to seek God and to be loved by Him. Oh. What is being done in secret will be found out. This is awkward.

What is God doing? I wonder.

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2 thoughts on “A Talk about Israel by Jewish Lady

  1. Once you have mastered understanding that language you can read the Bible as intended or at least in its original language. You will learn things many Western people have no understanding of.

    Have fun with it! I am working on my Spanish and French again but I once dreamt of learning Hebrew, Greek and Latin to delve into the works of the past.

    Learning languages is often underappreciated.

    • Now I’m learning to catch up on my Hebrew language again. Yes. Learning languages is often underappreciated. My family members feels that it is a waste of money. I’m the first one who is saved so my family members finds it useless.

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