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Friday, September 24, 2010


Shabbot Shalom Link Up #7

Pebble Crossing will be quiet for the next week as we will be observing Sukkot, a special season for our family.  If you are observing Sukkot, we pray that your time will be blessed as well.  If you would like to learn more about Sukkot/Feast of Booths, our Creator's feast for all, please do read an article from Our Whole Hearted Family of this appointed time HERE

We pray your Shabbat will be a blessed one. This evening is the beginning of Sukkot as well as Shabbat.  We are so looking forward to fellowshipping with everyone.  We pray that you are all blessed during this fall season.   We understand that many will be observing Sukkot at this time, if you are still able to take part in the Shabbat Shalom Link Up, please do so.

Speak unto the children of Israel, saying , The fifteenth day of this seventh month shall be
the feast of tabernacles for seven days unto the LORD. Leviticus 23:34

Please share your family's Shabbat preparations with us. Do you have a special devotion, a special blessing, your meal plan, whatever you feel led to share. How and where will you be glorifying our Creator? We'd love if you would share.
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Note: Since this is our family business blog, we wanted a place to share more intimate posts of our families comings and goings.  You can visit us at Surrendering Hearts.

Shabbat Shalom!
From our Family to Yours.


  1. Several families in our little congregation open their homes to all of us for a Sukkot family meal and celebration. They build a large sukkah with tables and candles and decorations. We have a short teaching and circle dancing and lots of fellowship. It's such a wonderful time, especially following the AWESOME Yom Kippur service we just had. I feel rejuvenated and excited about my life in HaShem.

    Shabbat Shalom, chag hasameach to you and yours, and thank you for your beautiful blog site!

    Naomi in Kernersville, NC

  2. Hello Naomi, thank you for sharing your Sukkot plans. May you and your congregation continue to be blessed during this joyous season!
    Shalom ~ Carmen


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