green leaf wallpaperMy name is Sue Wyatt and I live in Aqaba, Jordan.  I’m old, happily married for 37 wonderful years to a terrific man, and have some great kids and grand-kids.

Having the privilege of being ‘retired’ allows me to be a homemaker, which is pure joy!  It is a new experience, and I am a lousy time manager, so I am still learning how to make the best use of all this time, but I sure am enjoying the process!  I get to make bread and grind my own hamburger and cook all sorts of wonderful things from scratch.  I get to work on genealogy research and not feel guilty about all the time it takes.  I get to run errands for my poor worked-to-death hubby and give him a bit of a break.  Best of all, I get to study the scriptures – we have learned so much over the past few years that it is pretty mind-boggling.  We are writing all about it at our joint blog, The Coming Kingdom.

This ‘Lamb’s Servant’ blog is really just a way for me to learn HOW to blog – then I can start a new blog and get down to real business!  I apologize for the boring content – this is truly a work under construction!!  Be patient – hopefully it will get better!

Blessings to you all!


29 thoughts on “Shalom!”

    1. Aww, thanks!! Many blessings to you, sweet sister! I love you, too – I love your honesty and your genuine hunger and thirst for righteousness and for our Creator/Savior. Thank you for your wonderful posts – they bless me every time. ❤


      1. Sue, I’m wondering if you could help me out; The old scrolls in Jerusalem, do you have a picture of one or can you tell me if the handles usually were decorated or simply plain?? Trying to paint one and I have been looking online for pictures but they don’t “feel right”… Help?

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        1. The lower part of the scroll handles are usually pretty plain, to allow human hands to roll them without causing damage. The upper portion is also generally plain, so as to allow placement of the fancy silver ‘caps’ or ‘crowns’ when the velvet wrapper is put over the scroll.

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        2. Both top and bottom handles are always plain wooden spindles to allow for two men (one at each the top and one at the bottom) to roll, or unroll the scroll evenly. A scroll is never rolled or unrolled by one person as it can become skewed off center and tear.

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  1. Dear Sue in NC.
    Two days ago I visited the website “News That Matters” by IvarFjeld. I also read Your comment on the spesific topic. You urged Ivar to visit Your website. I don`t know if HE did so, but I did!
    And I find Your website of greatest interest, trigged by my own interest and thinking about the Ten Lost Tribes, the Northern kingdom, Israel.
    I also dare belive that I, by Gods help, have identified a remnant people of the Lost Tribes that migrated into Europe nearly 2.500 years ago. I also made a PP-presentation of my findings.
    Best regards
    Asbjorn, Norway

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    1. Hi!
      Thank you for your kind response!
      There are 70 Pictures in this PP-presentation. So if I you have only 5 min to offer, I wouldn`t recomend to open it. To go into it properly, you need may be 5 hours…. 😊😊
      Best wishes

      Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2015 14:15:42 +0000

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  2. Thank you for this blog. I’m finding it extremely helpful. Praise Yhwh for this and you. We have heard the call to Aqaba and things are falling into place. I’m so excited about this new chapter in our life! This. Log has answered so many questions, although I have loads more 🙂 I’m looking forward to reading the blogs still to come.

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    1. Shalom, Jai!! I hope you will share your story – I would love to hear it!! Any idea when you might be coming over? I am trying to publish more info ASAP – next is an article about temporary housing. Let me know if there are specific topics that you need information about!! Blessings in Messiah! Sue


      1. Thank you sue! I have no time deadline, just when Yhwh has finished providing funds and retraining for my husband. I do have a 5 month old baby, so I’m wondering about things for her, lime milk and foods and do I bring her pram etc etc 🙂


        1. Hi, Jai! So sorry for the delayed response – had a few crazy days.

          There is infant formula available and plenty of baby equipment and clothing. I am not familiar with lime milk, so I don’t know if it is available here, but I rather doubt it…. Do not count on finding good quality baby food. It’s pretty easy to make your own with a food processor, and that would be your best bet. The fresh veggies here are nice and the chicken is acceptable. The beef is questionable. The lamb is fatty but good. Lots of crackers and bread available – the breads are fresh made, not particularly tasty but okay.

          Not all of the baby equipment is of great quality and some is not as baby-safe as I would like to see, but there is good stuff, too. So much of what is available for sale here is of lowest quality Chinese manufacture, and since even higher quality Chinese stuff is not so great….. Be careful!!!

          I have not seen any car seats here although I may just have not gone to the right stores. Wonderful strollers can be purchased in Israel – I don’t see them very often here in Aqaba, because the mothers generally carry their babies. It might be best to bring a collapsible stroller – it would be very useful at airports and can be stowed in the airplane closet. Also easily transportable in taxi cabs for when you go shopping here in town.

          There is quite a bit of children’s furniture available for sale, but now that I think about it, I have not seen any cribs or youth beds. If you think you might need such, let me know and I’ll ask around.

          Hope this helps!


  3. Hi Sue, no problem! You will have to forgive my spelling mistakes, predictive text is a nuisance, it was supposed to say like milk, not lime milk. I would need a cot or equivalent, it would probably be too expensive to ship mine over. We will probably be in need of a toddler bed too as there is six of us and the 2 little ones planning on coming over. I’m planning on bringing my pushchair and I haven’t thought about the car seat. That’s something we would need to consider. As for food we try to cook fresh including bread, so that should be ok. Thank you again for all your advice.

    I’m planning on doing a dressmaking course here, I’m hoping that will come in handy at some point too 🙂

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    1. Oh, that’s funny about the “lime” milk!! Never heard of that before, so I was puzzled!! 🙂

      I love your idea about the dressmaking!!! I’d hire you in a second – ladies dress pants and many other kinds of clothing are hard to find or are made of synthetics – ugh!

      As for baby equipment, I have a feeling that it is available here (or at least in Amman) – I will ask around for you. 🙂

      Most people bring the baby’s car seat with them on the plane. It can even be used on the plane. But if you won’t have your own car and will be depending on taxis or friends for rides, a car seat may not be absolutely necessary.

      Glad to hear that you make your baby food fresh – best way!!! ❤


  4. I am looking forward to exploring your blog. I have been trying to learn ancient Hebrew, though it’s a struggle to find time while still raising a family. It looks like you have some excellent resources on here that I can’t wait to dive into!

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    1. How exciting! Ancient Hebrew is amazing. Learning how to parse out the meaning of a word using the original Paleo-Hebraic letters is really eye-opening and a genuine blessing. You are going to have so much fun!! I understand about the time constraints, but even just a little bit of Hebrew will be rewarding. Enjoy!! Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting. Blessings! 🙂


  5. Shalom, we are a family of 6 and are very interested in moving to Jordan. We are in Torah people and would love to connect with you about details of moving over. We will continue to pray about this and are excited to get this journey started.

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    1. Shalom!!! What exciting news!! I will be happy to help you in any way I can. Please respond with your personal email (I will NOT publish it at the blog), so I can send you some valuable information. Blessings!!!


      1. Dear Sue,
        Congratulations on your faith in the LORD God’s risen son the Lord Jesus Christ (Adonai Yehoshua HaMoshiach).

        There is a scriptural exposition on ‘Righteousness that depends on faith’ at . Perhaps the scripture links may speak to you from it and other material on the website such as the ‘Letter to the Church’.

        May the LORD God bless you through His son the Lord Jesus Christ.


        1. Thanks for commenting and for sharing the exposition. 🙂

          I noticed that one of the important verses you quoted (a crucial verse – thank you!) was Romans 10:9-10, which includes the phrase “believe with your heart.” For western-trained minds, it is far too easy for us to think that ‘believing’ is a mental thing, while to the original Hebrew author and his readers/listeners, ‘believing’ was an action word. In the Hebraic mindset, unless we ACT on our mental ‘belief’, we don’t really BELIEVE it, and the action that scripture expects is OBEDIENCE to God’s instructions (His Torah). It is this disconnect between the western mindset and the Hebraic mindset that prevents so many Christians from understanding what true ‘belief’ is.

          Another important verse you quoted (again, thank you!) was Acts 17:30-31, dealing with repentance. Once again, western (Greek) training has taught us to connect repentance with apology (as your exposition says: “Repent and turn; God has commanded us all to now repent [SAY SORRY], for our sins, and turn to Him), whereas the Hebraic understanding of that word is “to abandon my type of behavior and BEGIN LIVING BY God’s type of behavior.” Repentance, in the Hebraic understanding, is a LIFE-CHANGING ACTION, not an emotional response. (Sorry for the caps – these comment boxes don’t offer any other type of attention-drawing font modifications.) It is this type of disconnect that we attempt to deal with in this blog.

          Thanks again for sharing your link – I’m looking forward to checking out your site!! Blessings!


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