Her Tradition Costs a Lot.

I set in the lobby of my an Israeli Kabbot at 4:00am in the morning, studying my lessons when a woman in her night gown approaches me. She says, are you Hebrew, and I reply no. She said I am desperate and need your help. Can you help me? I ask, what do you need? She said, my airconditioner has stopped working and my room is too hot, can you help me? I told her I was just a guest and didn’t know anything about the airconditioner, but she insisted. I ask her,what room as I followed her up a flight of stairs, carrying my tablet, purse, soda,and water. She said room 310. We have a few more flight to go. I didn’t know why Yah had put me in this situation, but prayed all the way up. Prayed that I could be a blessing to this Jewish woman, and for His protection, because I didn’t know what I was walking into. As we approach the room, I can see the door is open with a small light on inside. I took a couple steps inside and could see two children in one bed and a man in the other. It was the bathroom light which was on, so I stepped back into the light. She pointed to a remote control setting on the dresser just below the tv. She said it worked the airconditioner. I ask her to hand it to me. But she couldn’t, then it all clicked for me! This woman was of no danger to me what so ever. And she truly was in destress with her family! It is SHABBAT! She is not allowed to touch or operate the remote. Her family is laying in a sweltering room because of there religious traditions. I honor her in many ways for this! She honors her God by being faithful to her traditions and sets this example for her children. I do not agree with this tradition, because I have been set free from all religious traditions through Yeshua the Jewish Messiah. I honor her because she came to the lobby and begged me to come and help her. She had a great desire to make her family comfortable, and humbled herself to ask for help from a stranger. I am so thankful to ABBA this morning, for again putting me in the right place at the right time. Now my future task for this beautiful Jewish Woman is to pray that her and her family may come to know their Messiah.

Father, so use me in the smallest ways to bring Glory to you as I travel in the apple of your eye for the next two week. I am your servant, to Your people!

Shabbat Shalom!