CAROLYN'S COMPOSITIONS

March 29, 2010

The Maltz Museum in Beachwood, Ohio

CAROLYN’S COMPOSITIONS

THE MALTZ MUSEUM (Beachwood, Ohio)

We ended a 2006 “vacation” with a visit to the Maltz Museum outside Cleveland Heights, Ohio, stopping as we headed home after visiting our son’s home in Cleveland Heights. Members of Nolan’s church were speaking about an exhibit there. Since I was working on an assignment to write an article on a holocaust survivor, we decided it was worth visiting. At the time, there the museum had a special exhibit: Cradle of Christianity: Treasures from the Holy Land.

     The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is a world-class institution, a living testament to the courage and achievements of Cleveland’s Jewish community. Personal stories of individuals and families – past and present – come to life in the exhibition galleries through state-of-the-art technology, films, computer interactives, unique artifacts, compelling oral histories, art and images.

     In addition, The Temple-Tifereth Israel Gallery presents an internationally -recognized collection of Judaica.

     The Museum also hosts special exhibitions of national and international acclaim. The exhibit on display when we visited was Cradle of Christianity: Treasures from the Holy Land, a presentation of Jewish and Christian treasures from the Israel Museum. The exhibit, which began April 1, 2006, was ending October 22, 2006. Among the visitors were groups of school children with museum tour leaders.

     Some items were displayed for the first time in the United States. One of the most important of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Temple Scroll, was on view for the first time anywhere in the world. 

     The exhibit covered the time of Jesus through (more…)

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A Daily Online Lenten Study Guide: Day 36

CAROLYN’S COMPOSITIONS

A DAILY ONLINE LENTEN STUDY GUIDE: DAY 36

Monte Holland

This is the thirty-sixth in a series of daily Lenten devotionals called “Scriptural Lessons Leading to a Godly and Moral Life.” To start the study, click on: A Daily Online Lenten Study Guide: Introduction or

https://carolyncholland.wordpress.com/2010/02/16/a-daily-online-lenten-study-guide-introduction/

To view yesterday’s A DAILY ON-LINE LENTEN STUDY GUIDE click on: A Daily Online Lenten Study Guide: Day 35

Today’s photographs feature St. Francis of Assisi (Lithuanian) Catholic Church in Minersville, PA. (Schuylkill County). To view click on: http://ligonierliving.blogspot.com/2010/03/daily-online-lenten-study-guide-day-36.html

The Lord’s Prayer (part 3)

Today we will look at the rest of the Lord’s Prayer.

  Matthew 6:13-15

13Keep us from being tempted and protect us from evil.

14If you forgive others for the wrongs they do to you, your Father in heaven will forgive you.

15But if you don’t forgive others, your Father will not forgive your sins.

     The optional ending of verse 13, as noted in The New International Version, is: for yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen,” a modernization of: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen. It is missing from the current translations, except the New King James Version, while in the other versions it is noted at the bottom of the page.

     The Revised Standard Version notes (more…)

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