Exodus 3:7-8 Names of God Bible (NOG)
Moses at the Burning Bush
3 7 Yahweh said, “I have seen the misery of my people in Egypt, and I have heard them crying out because of the slave drivers. I know how much they’re suffering. 8 I have come to rescue them from the power of the Egyptians and to bring them from that land to a good land with plenty of room for everyone. It is a land flowing with milk and honey where the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites live.
It is tradition for generations upon generations of the Children of Israel (a.k.a Jews) to make and eat (Kosher) cheesecake on SHAVU’OT!
It is good to make one yourself especially with your children (if you have any).
The Omer Count is Almost Over (one day left). Have you made your special KOSHER CHEESECAKE?
As we celebrate leaving the LAND OF BONDAGE (EGYPT) and move towards the LAND FLOWING WITH MILK AND HONEY / PROMISED LAND, we enjoy DIARY PRODUCTS, e.g. Cheesecake, Ice Cream, Blintzes, Kugels, etc during the FEAST OF SHAVUOT / FEAST OF WEEKS / FEAST OF PENTECOST as it is the day we are SEALED IN YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH!
Traditional holiday meals on Shavuot center around dairy foods.
MILK IS CONSIDERED TO BE A SYMBOL OF THE TORAH, WHICH NOURISHES THE PEOPLE DIRECTLY, AS MILK DOES FOR A BABY. We were told that our PROMISED LAND would be flowing with Milk and Honey (Exodus 3:8 &17).
SIMPLE CHEESECAKE RECIPE, particularly when you want to encourage children to learn how to make Cheesecake:
Seven weeks after Passover ends, we celebrate Shavuot. This holiday marks the biblical story of receiving the Torah at Mt. Sinai. One of the most fun traditions on Shavuot is eating delicious dairy-based foods like blintzes, borekas, and cheesecake!
Since traditional cheesecake recipes can be time consuming and not entirely kid-friendly, we pulled together some of our favorite fast, easy, and tasty takes on cheesecake. Because really, who has time for nine hours of prep and a hot-water bath? Each linked recipe also includes suggestions for how kids can help. Happy eating and happy Shavuot!
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