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( Violence) is the intentional use of force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself (self-abuse or suicide), another person (child abuse, partner violence, elder abuse, assault on strangers, etc.), or against a group or community (social, economic, or political violence). It can result in injury, death, psychological harm, or deprivation. Young people are of often victims of violence. Check out these statistics: Nearly half of all adolescent girls think a husband is justified in hitting his partner 1/5 of all homicide victims are under 19; almost 1/3 of them are under 10 6 out of 10 children globally are subjected to physical punishment Almost 1/4 of 15-19-year-old girls have been victims of physical violence 4 out of 5 children aged 2 to 14 are subjected to some kind of violent discipline in their homes What can you do as a peacemaker? Bring together people in your neighborhood or school/college to talk about how violence, in all of its forms, affects members of your community. Try making sure people in your community have information about how violence exists in many forms, their rights and places they can go for support.

In the early church, whenever the Word of God was preached, there were miracles of salvation, healings, and other signs and wonders. The demon-possessed were set free. The paralyzed jumped up and walked. People received their loved ones back from the dead. I remember saying in one of our church services that there was an anointing for couples, who were told that they could not conceive in the natural, to receive the children they had been believing God for. As the word went forth, many couples received their miracle in that service. One of the ladies who received was serving that day as an usher. She and her husband had been believing God for a child for a few years. A few months after that service, she realized that she was pregnant—with twins! God’s anointing is always greater than our asking. I believe with all of my heart that we are truly coming to the place whereas the Word of God goes forth, it produces the very effect that the Word promises. So if the Word on healing goes forth, know that healing is already exploding in your body. Your miracle has already happened. Very often, as you are reading the Word on your own or listening to the anointed preaching of the Word, you will feel God’s peace and joy, and feel faith springing up in your heart. As the Word goes forth and you find that you are strengthened to receive your miracle.

Shabbat Shalom Jacqueline! Welcome to Va’era (And He Appeared), this week’s Parasha (Torah Portion). Please read along with us as we make our way through the Torah portion that will be read in synagogues around the world during this week’s Shabbat (Saturday) service. Enjoy! VA’ERA (And I Appeared) Exodus 6:2–9:35; Ezekiel 28:25 – 29:21; Revelation 15:1–16:20 “And I appeared [Va’era] to Avraham, Yitzchak, and Yaacov as El Shaddai [אל שדי] but by My name, YHVH [יהוה], I did not make Myself known to them.” (Exodus 6:2–3)

Israel God’s people bring out the Israelites from their suffering in Egypt, rescue them from slavery, redeem them from their oppression with His outstretched arm, and take them as His own nation (am). These four promises are called the Four Expressions of Redemption, and they are traditionally commemorated during the Passover Seder (ritual meal) with four cups of wine. For each of these acts of deliverance written in Exodus 6:6–7, God used the following Hebrew words:

(This is something you need to know about banks) BANKS GRANTED POWER TO SEIZE YOUR ACCOUNTS headline As the National Debt surpasses $20 TRILLION, the death of the dollar is looming. Economists have warned that the worst crash in our lifetime is coming. Is your retirement savings in a bank “too big to fail” or “TBTF”? Did you know that“TBTF” banks already have the power in the United States to enforce a limitless “bail-in” that seizes the savings of its account holders? It’s true. The banks we depend on to protect our savings, 401(k) and IRA accounts have become some of the riskiest places to place your investments. If you’re like many hard-working Americans, your lifetime savings is something you want to protect.