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Father, do not let our hearts grow cold in this present evil age. Do not let our hearts grow weary. We want you to find faith on the earth when You return. Our hearts are broken that You know all things and still wonder if You will find faith upon the earth when you return. Help us to be strong in Your might.

I live in South Louisiana. We have storms – which are just, extra. Sometimes they cause the wind to blow faster than cars can drive and sometimes they send giant floods. Usually, we get enough warning to advise us to evacuate giving us time to batten down the hatches, pack things away, consider what you need to bring with you. Sometimes the storm grows quickly into a beast with nowhere to run.

In August 2016, at 3:15 am, a friend alerted me to a 5-foot wall of water a few blocks from our home. Baton Rouge had sustained 38 hours of deluge rain and a small river that is 4 miles from our home had overflowed its banks. My home has never flooded. With inescapable backwaters rising, I realized I had no flood insurance, a broken finger, and that my home was destined for two feet of water given my elevation.

Totally unprepared, I was in a panic as I quickly packed a bag.

Over the years, I’ve taught my kids to remember Psalm 91 as our emergency Psalm because it starts with 91:1. As I headed out the door, the panic stopped, and His peace brought it to mind. I sang Psalm 91 over my home, giving it to Him knowing He would restore it if it needed that because He always faithfully does. I prayed and left.

Only after I evacuated did I realize I grabbed 15 pairs of shorts, one shirt, six socks and no underwear.

Having a general evacuation plan is great. Quickly executing it in the middle of the night might be a little messier.

Yahweh sends Moses instructions to give Pharaoh a heads up on the Exodus in chapter 11, then tells Moses that Pharaoh will not shema (listen and obey). Moses then provides the Israelites warning and preparation instructions to get out of Goshen in chapter 12. They had a little time to pack, but the LORD’s instructions were to be ready to run! No time to lay around eating bbq. He instructs them to eat with their staff in their hand, their clothes girded up and their shoes on. A big evacuation unlike anything the known world had ever seen would soon take place and they would not be returning.

HOW DO YOU PACK FOR SOMETHING LIKE THAT?

While I did have enough wits about me in 2016 to pray Psalm 91 over my home and trust the Lord once I realized that there was nothing I could do, I did not pack a tambourine. But Miriam did when she evacuated Egypt. All the women of Israel did, too.

I find that completely amazing and read in a blog recently – “when faith takes a journey, it packs a tambourine.” YES IT DOES!

Yeshua is going to return one day for The Exodus for The Rest of Us. A trumpet will sound around midnight. A massive evacuation will take place. Those who are ready to go who have practiced their evacuation plan, washed, and pressed their garments will know what to do when the alarm sounds. The wise virgins will be ready to run out to meet their bridegroom.

Back in January, I was ordering a wedding gift for my friend’s son and while placing the order, I kept staring at this very specific tambourine of Miriam dancing by the sea. I could not stop going back to it. Beautiful. Painted by Yair Emanuel. When my attention is drawn to something so strongly, I go for it.

It arrived on Monday, February 22, 2021 after taking an international journey of its own from Israel. Guess what happened over that last month? God kept drawing my attention to tambourines. All through the scriptures. Over and over and I kept it a secret because it was so odd.

Turns out the Word has a LOT to say about tambourines – and traditionally, it turns out they are important for weddings. The more I thought about that Miriam tambourine, the more I prayed, “Do you want me to place a bulk order for these and give them to people?” Finally, I found a vendor that had a significant supply. I placed the order and after pressing send, I thought what is this? Why did I just order all those tambourines?

The next day, a group of primarily women read the entire Word of God over our nation and her territories, interceding for her as we helped Pastor Arthur Hunt complete the sixth Cleanse. In this project, Pastor Hunt has portioned out the word into readings for each specific area. In nearly all of the six readings thus far since January 2019, the volunteers have been primarily women – the majority of whom are the mothers of children with autism.

Psalm 68:11 says “The Lord gives the command; a great company of women proclaim it!” Yahweh loves His girls. Don’t let anyone tell you different. When He has something new to say, He usually asks His girls to spread the Good News.

Earlier that week as we rounded up the volunteers, our New Jersey team who usually read Jeremiah, agreed it’s beautiful, but mostly about “the scary Lord,” asked if they could have something more upbeat this time. We reassigned them to another state and asked someone to cover New Jersey. My friend here in Louisiana volunteered her family. She hadn’t told them, but that night her husband had a dream, woke up in the middle of the night and said, “Our family has to read Jeremiah 20 out loud.” Talk about the scary Lord…. but, CONFIRMATION!

I smiled and thought – what are You doing then went back to reading Numbers for Wyoming. The next night I called my friend, who brought up tambourines again. She had been shopping online everywhere for a very specific tambourine.

But they were sold out. (Oops. My bad.)

No way, right? No. So, we took screen shots of our tambourines, counted to three and texted them to each other. They were the same tambourines! We laughed so hard. What an amazing hug from our Abba! I confessed my giant tambourine order that will be here maybe in a month. We both felt this urgency in our spirits! As a surprise for the women in our home church, we ordered 30 tambourines and orchestrated a decorating party to accompany this lesson that we are sharing with you today. In our research, we discovered tambourines are often carried by the bridal party in Israeli weddings.

Then Miriam the prophetess, Aaron’s sister, took a tambourine in her hand, and all the women followed her with tambourines and dancing. And Miriam sang back to them: “Sing to the LORD, for He is highly exalted; the horse and rider He has thrown into the sea. (Ex 15:20-21)

Having the experience of packing a bag in the middle of the night to leave, I am so amazed at the faith of these women who knew with absolutely no doubt that deliverance and salvation was on the way. They had enough faith to pack their instruments of praise and knew they were absolutely heading out to a wedding. What an incredibly beautiful faith object lesson for us today.

Are you awake? Are you ready to run out and meet your bride groom in song? Are your bags packed in anticipation? Is your staff in your hand as you enjoy your last hot meal for a while knowing the alarm could sound at any moment? Can you find the verse in Jeremiah 31 prophesying the feast of the Lord when the ingathering will take place one day in the future? You must really dig for the treasure, but it is there. We found it last year in our research.

CHALLENGE: I will personally purchase a bridal tambourine for the first person who responds to this blog with the correct verse and explains how they found it. Email [email protected] with the answer.

FOLLOW HIS PLAN AND SHEMA HIS INSTRUCTIONS: Fall in love with Him again. Do not let your love grow cold waiting. Read His proposal. His word is full of covenant language that He sings over us. Be faithful. Know that He is coming for us. Be prepared, lamps full of oil, burning bright with extra from the pressing. Walk in obedience. Sing to Him. Love other people. Do something about it. Be a wise virgin.

Spread the Good News. Pack your tambourine in GREAT expectation and tell your friends to pack their tambourines, too.

Father, do not let our hearts grow cold in this present evil age. Do not let our hearts grow weary. We want you to find faith on the earth when You return. Our hearts are broken that You know all things and still wonder if You will find faith upon the earth when you return. Help us to be strong in Your might, faithful, trustworthy and true to Your renewed marriage proposal that You have extended to us. Help us to be ready to stand, ready to run and ready to sing our new song that You yourself will give us as we stand before You this time on the Sea of Glass having been delivered as we sing the Song of Moses & the Lamb.

Shelley McLaughlin is a passionate IFA intercessor who loves meditating on His Word. Photo by Stéfano Girardelli on Unsplash.

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Darlene B Estlow
September 13, 2021

Thaink you Father for the history you bring before us that help us to pray in victory for what you have placed on our hearts. We praise your name for victory in our nation. May you be glorified.

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Cheryl Ann Rickards
September 10, 2021

PRAISE GOD WITH YOUR TAMBOURINE NOW TO PROPHESY VICTORY FOR RESCUES IN AFGHANISTAN!

“Father God, we praise you for the release and safe passage of the hundreds of people who are trying to escape AFG for fear of the Taliban, and for the overthrow of corruption in the US government. We join with Miriam in Exodus 15 as the rejoice for their deliverance from Egypt. They dance and sing saying, ‘Pharaoh and his chariots he has tossed in the sea… Your right hand has shattered the Enemy!”

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Kim Geiger
September 8, 2021

Reminds me of the album
Paint a Picture by Julie Meyer
Song: Jewish Medley

I’ll grab my tambourine and dance I’ll grab my tambourine.
I’ll grab my tambourine and dance and sing….
Like Miriam

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Cathy
September 8, 2021

Could this possibly be it? I checked Bible Hub, many translations verse by verse. That was a blessing in itself- reading Jeremiah 31 in so many translations! Jeremiah 31:8- Brenton Septuagint Translation
Behold, I bring them from the north, and will gather them from the end of the earth to the feast of the passover: and the people shall beget a great multitude, and they shall return hither.
Forgive me if this is redundant, and someone already posted. The searching of the scriptures is sweet!

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Herb
September 7, 2021

The women in todays live prayer video had tambourines!! ;-D

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Herb
September 7, 2021

The last 18 months has drawn me to His Word as never before. It has been an end times test of faith,building faith for certain- especially in that I have done this past 18 months, almost basically alone.
I have very little, almost nothing in the way of possessions, still in a 7 years process of recovery from having “an address problem”..when the few meager items in my care then were vanished ..so to speak. Being ready for disaster as preppers takes years of prep. A little can be done in a short time, but it takes money,, storage room, things like that. Companies like Patagonia make survival clothing, same as outdoor gear/clothing,, certain unmentionables that can be washed in the shower /hung to dry…Yes I have been following preppers for a while- ..there’s more to it than one might think.. being transient ,from rented room to rented room,is its own type of “adventure” requiring minimalist thinking acceptance, and reality checks along the way. As you stated, after the shock of rushing out of your home in a panic ,you realized you had “packed'(as it were)..,15 pairs of shorts-..that really says it all. What the preppers I have read counsel us is..(paraphrase)”yes do whatever you can to be ready, spiritually more than anything,.as the most ready individual finds that the chaos of a ‘normal’ life thrown into panic has a way of leveling the playing field in ways heretofore unimaginable”. In view of this past weeks footage of the carnage in Afghanistan, the challenge for me has been to realize that my near future,if I am blessed,(please Lord that I would not be found wanting) will be to be called among those of the faithful blessed enough to bein the next available line of those being called home,however that may transpire.
People of the Cross- out time is at hand.. I am the least of these, I am certainly not Paul. May you all be blessed, In Jesus mighty Name, Amen

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Lynn
September 7, 2021

Wow!!! Love the info about Miriam and the women packing their Tambourines!!! I paint prophet Tambourines and have taught about them as Worship/Warfare instrument… so this is all of interest to me. Haven’t thought of them as Wedding instruments so you give all kinds of fresh insight!!!

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Mrs D
September 7, 2021

Greetings Shelly,
Thank you for this great article. For a while, the LORD has been reminding us to lift our sights above the worldly tumult. What a wonderful vision He provides as HE promises to build and adorn us with tambourines in Jeremiah 31:4
Again I will build thee, and thou shalt be built, O virgin of Israel: thou shalt again be adorned with thy tabrets, and shalt go forth in the dances of them that make merry.

Our heart should ALWAYS me merry in anticipation of His Spirit not only empowering us to fulfill our callings in bringing increase to His Kingdom, but that He is our BELOVED Father and Bridegroom.

We truly rejoice and again thank you for this reminder.

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    Mrs d
    September 7, 2021

    By the way, Shelly, i found the verse through BlueLetteBible and following the interlinear link which gives definitions for the words that are used in a particular scripture. There is GREAT richness to be found by exploring the original definitions of the Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic words that are used. One very interesting “treasure” is found in Matthew 14 when Peter, boldly considering walking on the water, says to JESUS, “Lord, if it be Thou bid me come unto Thee on the water.” JESUS, Commander of the earth, skies and seas, simply said, “COME!” Do i REALLY recognize His authority and respond appropriately?? Wonder what would have happened if Peter had had a tambourine stashed away on his boat….

    correction in previous posting: ALWAYS “me” merry should have been: Our hearts should ALWAYS BE merry…..

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Helen
September 7, 2021

Hi Shelley,

It is so amazing that you posted this because the Lord told me earlier this year to be like Miriam and to sing her song and play the tambourine, so I have been dancing/skipping around the couch since the beginning of this year rejoicing and singing “the horse and his rider He has thrown into the sea”! I do this because the Lord told me to sing in faith for the answers to prayer for this nation. He has already won the battle no matter how it looks on the earth! I sing and dance before I leave for work. So when I read your post I was so encouraged because I am not the only one the Lord has told this too! Last week I did my usual lap around the couch and a sort of half hearted dance and felt the Lord say “Is that it? Is that the best you can do?” I have been laughing about His reaction because He and I both know that I didn’t give it my all that day. So I get up this morning and read your post and am so encouraged. I sent you a message at 6.30am and an email but neither posted for some reason so this is my third attempt to let you know about my story. Then I danced around the couch like never before with the tambourine and ended up out of breath – literally I was puffing away!! I would really love to talk to you more about what the Lord has shown me with regard to this. Anyway hopefully this message will post!

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Deborah Fring
September 7, 2021

Such a blessing to read this….thank you so much! I am very touched by your words. I think I might like to have my Bible Study women make their own “wedding tambourines”…it seems like you did this. Can you recommend a website or give any advice on how to do this? Thank you again for your heart and inspiration. Come Lord Jesus!

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Victoria Z
September 7, 2021

Great article. I live in NJ and belong to a couple intercessory groups, we are praying for NJ and the tri-state area. I prayed about what to pray about a few days ago and decided to check the history of NJ. the flag of NJ caught my eye as i have never really looked at it. My spirit instantly knew it had pagan imagery, but i researched it anyway to confirm it, sure enough! Ceres, as well as Lady Liberty, and other pagan images, and it is called the “seal” of NJ! I took authority of Christ over it broke the seal and notified our prayer group leader to add that to our prayer list. If you are reading this please prayerfully consider checking your state’s flag’s imagery and take the authority of Christ over it. Intercessory groups are all over the USA separate groups yet together with the unity of Christ bring orchestrated by His spirit to bring down the current corrupt evil regimes.

Father thank you for the many intercessory groups praying for our nation, and state by state, thank you that your spirit is praying down strongholds through each group, taking the authority Jesus won. We are more than conquerors in this and look forward to the coming revival of each state and our nation as a whole. We know it is imminent the signs are clear, we thank you and await your outpouring! In Jesus name!

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    Shelley
    September 7, 2021

    VICTORIA WELL DONE! I do this too! I work in grassroots politics and whenever I am battling with legislation in a state I always check out their state capitol architecture. Are they sporting a goddess of wisdom, or liberty, or agriculture? Who did they think was important to place on top or highlight on the state seal, state flag or state capitol?

    It gives you EXCELLENT ideas of how to pray and lets you know who might be managing that territory.

    Maybe one day people will pull down these false images and venerations of false gods, too. A girl can dream…..and pray, and intercede. GOOD JOB VICTORIA! 🙂

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Rose Marie Distefano
September 7, 2021

Thank you for this wonderful inspiration. I am originally from La. and all of my husband’s family are there. We sheltered our son and his family, 2 grown sons, and grandchildren, as they evacuated the storm. When my husband and I got up to go to church on Sunday, after the storm had made land fall, the kids did not go with us. I told them they needed to get down on their knees and pray. I feel these natural disasters are the Lord’s way of telling us again, to be prepared, as you have eloquently expounded. I have always prayed for them to turn things over to the Lord, and to bring up their children to know him. I have not had much success, but I keep praying. I also pray, that this storm may have helped them to see what is important in their lives. Their are other family members, who do not go to church, and I do not know whether they pray, but I pray for them. I wish I could send this message to all of them, but since the electricity is still out, I will have to wait. GOD BLESS YOU

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    Shelley
    September 7, 2021

    GOD BLESS YOU RIGHT BACK ROSE MARIE! Keep praying for your kids. I am grateful for the people who prayed for me. It took me a while too to totally get my head around it.

    These disasters are judgments. The earth is responding to us and our actions collectively. The rain falls on the righteous and the unrighteous and the flood waters will come up to our necks. But they are designed to do just what you stated. To help us learn how to give whatever God has given us freely back to Him knowing He will restore whatever we need. Removing things we have held onto way too tightly helps us give up idols we cannot see. That’s what it did for me. It helped me learn that whatever I have been given to live my life can be taken away quickly but He will be there with me to comfort me and focus in on exactly what you said – what is important. What matters.

    The country as an opportunity to learn from what people have experienced in these storms if we just listen to the stories. When you lose electricity (in this day and age especially) it makes you tougher. When you can’t pay for things with your credit card or drive anywhere because there is no gas, it’s challenging. It can destroy you or refine you. It gives you an opportunity to practice demonstrating good or bad fruit. Are you going to choose patience and joy in sweltering heat or not? Are you going to love your neighbor and look out for them or take care of yourself alone? Are you going to find a way to be kind and pick up an extra Coca-cola WITH ICE for someone because you are at the store or be selfish and drink it in the parking lot so they never know? (LOL. Have done that – sorry person I jipped on the ice…I don’t do that anymore.)

    We learn from persevering in these trials – and what we learn is how to be more like Him even in the face of adversity. That’s why we are supposed to be joyful when the trials come because they are making us more like HIM – if we will let Him mold us. 🙂

    When we evacuated this time I bought a whole bag that has things that I would never have packed six years ago – including that tambourine – and sang on the way out of town…with the world’s tiniest voice because it was freaking me out, but I sang anyway.

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      Rose Marie Distefano
      September 7, 2021

      Thank you for that encouragement; you reminded me of several things I had forgotten about. Like you, it took me a while to give everything up for the Lord, so I shall just keep praying for them and encouraging them. GOD BLESS YOU for taking the time to share your thoughts with me. I truly feel connected to the family of IFA; they always seem to come through with the right words.

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    Cynthia
    September 7, 2021

    Rose Marie, your heart for your family reminded me of my first visit to a Messianic congregation. I think there were about a dozen there, pretty much filled the room.
    The rabbi (not certain what he would be called, a completed Jew, but wore a tasseled shawl) led us in reading Genesis 24: we went around the room, everyone read a little, then he preached.

    His mother was among the group that day, so afterward I went to her and asked who came to the Lord first: was it she? or did her son come first?

    She said she had come to the Lord first, then she trusted the Word of God in Acts 16:31 “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved, you and your house.”
    She did that, and her whole house had been saved, “even those in Germany.”

    God’s Word is faithful and true! Be encouraged! (also, remember His timing is perfect…)

    Dwell in the land, and feed on His faithfulness.

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      Rose Marie Distefano
      September 7, 2021

      Cynthia, I thank you for taking the time to send your support and comforting comments. One of the things I like most about IFA is the support from “the family” members; we are all in this together and each of us sees how God responds to our actions and thoughts, differently. God Bless you for your caring.

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John Crisler
September 7, 2021

Jeremiah 39:15 (NIV)
“15 While Jeremiah had been confined in the courtyard of the guard, the word of the Lord came to him: 16 “Go and tell Ebed-Melek the Cushite, ‘This is what the Lord Almighty, the God of Israel, says: I am about to fulfill my words against this city—words concerning disaster, not prosperity. At that time they will be fulfilled before your eyes. 17 But I will rescue you on that day, declares the Lord; you will not be given into the hands of those you fear. 18 I will save you; you will not fall by the sword but will escape with your life, because you trust in me, declares the Lord.’”

NOTE: The time frame of this “Word of the Lord” and the remainder of this chapter refers back in time, but was given here because it pertains to God’s Promise of Deliverence to Ebed-Melek. Now I reference Jeremiah 31:8 below 🙂

Jeremiah 31:8 (NIV)
See, I will bring them from the land of the north
and gather them from the ends of the earth.
Among them will be the blind and the lame,
expectant mothers and women in labor;
a great throng will return.

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    Shelley
    September 7, 2021

    John – you are dancing all around the answer but haven’t quite identified what I’m looking for – what is the feast that is associated with what Jeremiah is talking about in Chapter 31. HINT: It is in a specific translation so you have to dig, dig, dig.

    Keep going. I may get you a tambourine just because you are working so hard at this. Because I think you would sing your heart out to the Lord with it. 🙂

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      Cynthia
      September 7, 2021

      Not sure this is the place to respond, but it’s in Jeremiah 31:4 NKJV “Again I will build you, and you shall be rebuilt, O virgin of Israel! You shall again be adorned with your tambourines, and shall go forth in the dances of those who rejoice.”
      What an Encourager our Lord is!

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John Crisler
September 7, 2021

“Jeremiah 39:15 (NIV)
15 While Jeremiah had been confined in the courtyard of the guard, the word of the Lord came to him: 16 “Go and tell Ebed-Melek the Cushite, ‘This is what the Lord Almighty, the God of Israel, says: I am about to fulfill my words against this city—words concerning disaster, not prosperity. At that time they will be fulfilled before your eyes.”
NOTE: The time frame of this “Word of the Lord” and the remainder of this chapter refers back in time, but was given here because it pertains to God’s Promise of Deliverence to Ebed-Melek. Now I reference Jeremiah 31:8 below 🙂

Jeremiah 31:8 (NIV)
See, I will bring them from the land of the north
and gather them from the ends of the earth.
Among them will be the blind and the lame,
expectant mothers and women in labor;
a great throng will return.

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Cathy
September 7, 2021

Jeramiah 31:12 “They will come and shout for joy on the height of Zion,
And they will be radiant over the [g]bounty of the Lord—
Over the grain, the new wine, the oil,
And over the young of the flock and the herd.
And their life will be like a watered garden,
And they will never languish again.

I emailed, but it was returned undeliverable. I also sent it in to the contact us section.

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    Shelley
    September 7, 2021

    Hey Cathy! Thanks for reading and trying! Keep digging. This describes what His people will be doing…which verse has the feast listed in it so we know what timeframe He is talking about in this passage? HINT: Dig through all the translations – it’s in there!

    Searching for buried treasure in His word is such a joy…so don’t give up. 🙂

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      Cathy
      September 7, 2021

      Thank you for your wonderful article! I love your reference to Psalm 68:11 as well! A fresh discovery!

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Frances Strickland
September 7, 2021

Isaiah 51:11. And the redeemed of the Lord shall return and come with singing to Zion; everlasting joy shall be upon their heads. They shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away. This past Sunday I saw something on stage and wondered if it was a tambourine and thought I’d love to worship with a tambourine.

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Susan Jorgenson
September 7, 2021

Jeremiah 31:12?
BTW. Tried emailing to the address [email protected]…returned undeliverable.

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    Shelley
    September 7, 2021

    Hi Susan! Thanks for reading! I’m sorry the email didn’t work – I will let them know. This is not the verse and doesn’t describe when the feast is – just what we would be doing at the feast. I’m looking for someone who can figure out which feast it is…so keep digging!

    Judy McDonough
    September 7, 2021

    We are so sorry that was the wrong email address. Please email [email protected].

John Crisler
September 7, 2021

CHALLENGE Answer:
Jeremiah 39:14 (ESV)
I will feast the soul of the priests with abundance,
and my people shall be satisfied with my goodness,
declares the Lord.”

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    Shelley
    September 7, 2021

    Hi John! Good try! That’s not it, but keep digging!!! How wonderful to be satisfied with His goodness. One of my other favorite verses is that “I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.” (Psalm 27).

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Lori Meed
September 7, 2021

Shelley, what a delightful post! I love the songs from women in the word and Miriam’s is one of my favorite. I want to be one who thanks Him and rejoices before I see the answered deliverance!As for the feasts, we know He will return in a process – the bridegroom like the sun in its curse – during the only feasts not yet fulfilled – Yom Teruah and Feast of Tabernacles. The feasts are the feasts of the Lord – not the just the Jewish feasts – and there is joy and delight in each one! We do not know the day or the hour but we know the season! Maranatha!

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    Shelley
    September 7, 2021

    Thank you so much for reading this. We have had nothing but joy breaking out these tambourines….and have learned it is almost impossible to be sad or angry while you play one and sing…even in the middle of something that brings great sorrow. The feasts absolutely belong to the LORD and our family has found incredibly joy in celebrating them…especially the fall feasts. They are beautiful and we have learned so much more about the amazing God we serve by participating in them. Let’s look up and Sing! Sing! Sing! since He is singing over us! 🙂

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Tammy Thompson Brun
September 7, 2021

I will rebuild you, my virgin Israel. You will again be happy and dance merrily with your tambourines.
Jeremiah 31:4 NLT

https://bible.com/bible/116/jer.31.4.NLT

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    Shelley
    September 7, 2021

    Thanks so much for reading Tammy. We had no idea that these little musical instruments were weapons of war either!!! Especially against “The Blasphemer.” More on that to come in a future post but how happy will we be when He rebuilds and restores? Jeremiah 31 is one of my favorite chapters. Sing sing sing!

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