Today’s Tasting: Psalms 32, 51, 86, 122 A word or phrase that describes each Psalm: Psalm 32: “Blessed: a word study proved that blessed derived from the Old English word blest, meaning, “marked with blood.” The … [Read more...] about Day 134 May 14
Day Fifty-two – February 21: Today’s Tasting – Leviticus 14:33-16:34: Sprinkle the altar seven times with blood for atonement - at-one-ment - with the Lord. Today’s Nourishment: According to Larry Huch in The Seven Places Jesus Shed His Blood, Jesus shed His blood for each of the seven times the … [Read more...] about Blest
January 8 – Tasting of Genesis 25:1-26/1 Chronicles 1:28-31; 34: Abraham’s descendents: Ishmael’s descendants: Isaac’s descendents: “After Abraham’s death, God blessed his son Isaac, who settled near Beer-lahai-roi in the Negev.” My Nourishment: The word blessed derived from the Old English word … [Read more...] about “Blest”
Are You Blest?
Blest or do you mean blessed? Our english word "blessed" derives from the Old English word "blest," meaning, "to mark with blood." We find the Old Testament Priest, in Leviticus, "dip his finger in the blood, and sprinkle of the blood seven times before the Lord." The sprinkling occurred on the … [Read more...] about Are You Blest?