DAILY PRAYER FOR THE COUNTING OF THE OMER:
Each day, one says the blessing:
BA-RUCH A-TAH ADO-NAI E-LO-HE-NU ME-LECH HA-OLAM ASHER KID-E-SHA-NU BE-MITZ-VO-TAV VETZI-VA-NU AL SEFI-RAT HA-OMER.
Blessed are You, YEHOVAH our ELOHIM, King of the universe, Who has sanctified us with His commandments and has commanded us concerning the counting of the Omer.
Today is third day of the Omer.
The Merciful One, may He bring forth the new Jerusalem, speedily in our days, IN YESHUA'S name AMEN
Day 3 Omer Reading:
Week 1 Attribute 1 – Love/Ahava And Kindess/Chesed
Mark 12:30-31 And you shall love the YEHOVAH your ELOHIM out of and with your whole heart and out of and with all your soul (your life) and out of and with all your mind (with your faculty of thought and your moral understanding) and out of and with all your strength. This is the first and principal commandment. [Deut. 6:4, 5].
Another expression of the same idea is the following:
“What message did the Torah bring to Israel?”
Take upon yourselves the yoke of the kingdom of heaven,
vie one with the other in the fear of YEHOVAH and practice loving deeds towards one another” (Deut. 323;138b)
Matthew 5:43-44 “You have heard that our fathers we’re told, ‘Love your neighbor-and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies! Pray for those who persecute you! Then you will become children of your Father in heaven. For he makes his sun shine on good and bad people alike, and he sends rain to the righteous and the unrighteous alike.”
Probably the greatest challenge we face daily as Messianic Believers is to walk in love with others, especially those outside the household of YEHOVAH is easy to love those who love you, but the challenge comes when we are told to love those who hate us. But if we are going to be, then this needs to be a priority in our lives.
What did YESHUA say about how we should walk, He was and still is the greatest Torah teacher that ever lived because He Is The Living Torah and showed us how we should walk and live in the RUACH/SPIRIT.
Galatians 5:13-16 For you, brethren, were [indeed] called to freedom; only [do not let your] freedom be an incentive to your flesh and an opportunity or excuse [for selfishness], but through love you should serve one another. For the whole Torah [concerning human relationships] is complied with in the one precept, You shall love your neighbor as [you do] yourself. [Lev. 19:18]. But if you bite and devour one another [in partisan strife], be careful that you [and your whole fellowship] are not consumed by one another. But I say, walk and live [habitually] in the [HOLY] RUACH/SPIRIT [responsive to and controlled and guided by the Spirit]; then you will certainly not gratify the cravings and desires of the flesh (of human nature without GOD).