Another day on my Cancer journey and it’s chemo day. Not only that, but it is a very High Holy day for me as I acknowledge Yahuah’s Pecach or in layman’s terms, its Passover. Having started my fasting as the sun went down on Thursday, in order to cleanse my body, my spirit, my soul of all of the leavening impurities as instructed by The Most High Elohim. I will continue to not eat or drink anything until Pecach has begun. As it is written in Exodus 12, Leviticus 23 and Ezekiel 45; this is a high holy day.
In the first month, in the fourteenth day of the month, ye shall have the Pecach, a feast of seven days; matstsah shall be eaten. YECHEZQ’EL (EZEKIEL) 45:21 את CEPHER
I will fast and pray throughout my chemo treatment this morning and throughout the remaining day. I will break my fast (begin eating and drinking) when Pecach begins. The only difference is, is that I will not partake anything leavening in my body for seven days.
And this day shall be unto you for a memorial; and ye shall keep it a feast to Yahuah throughout your generations; ye shall keep it a feast by an ordinance forever. Seven days shall ye eat matstsah; even the first day ye shall put away leaven out of your houses: for whosoever eats chamets from the first day until the seventh day, that soul shall be cut off from Yashar’el. SHEMOTH (EXODUS) 12:14-15 את CEPHER
During this Cancer journey I have remained very positive and hopeful that all of my treatments are working and will work for my good. My last CT report stated that most of my tumors on my breast have shrank. 😀 I see how The Most High Elohim has me covered and all of those who take care of me, with his blessings. I will remain a true child of The Most High and forever sing his praises because I know how good he is and what he has done for me. I will continue to praise his name forevermore.
Their are those who are like myself, ridding their households of all leavening. Meaning that they are removing anything and everything that has yeast or any leavening agent in them; i.e. bread, cakes, pies, etc. It’s like a Spring cleaning, as such, for my home. Every nook and cranny gets cleaned and checked to make sure that during this Feast, we are following Torah.
Oh, by the way, since my last blog post, I’ve become a new Grandmom. Yahuah blessed me to be present foe the birth of my first grandbaby. My grandson Mehki was born on 3/17/2022, weighing a whopping 9 lbs 8 oz. I was so ecstatic!! Now my journey has a purpose and a goal to beat this Cancer. I want to fight hard so that I can be here to watch Mehki grow up. I thank my daughter Kimora-Lynn and her better half Dayquon everyday for blessing us with our Little Prince Mehki.
Til next time, I will continue to fight on…Peace and blessings to you always and forevermore 💜💗💜💗💜
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