Hello. Blessings and Shalom to you! My name is Deborah.

By the heavenly Father’s mercy and grace, I am a disciple — a learner and follower of Yahushua [the Hebrew name for Jesus] the Messiah, since the mid 1970’s.

My passion is teaching the basics to ‘Thirsty Souls’ – basic and simple truths from God’s written Word, the divinely-inspired Bible.

My hope is to bring encouragement to ‘Thirsty Souls’ — those who are seeking God’s Ways, those who want some understanding for their journey through life.

My husband and I have been walking together with Yahuwah Elohim [the Hebrew name for the LORD God] for more than forty years, from the beginning of our first and only marriage. I thank God for giving me a husband who is worthy of all my efforts to honour him.

Although this blog is technically ‘my’ blog, I could not do it without my husband’s input and insight on Scriptural matters and on technical matters. It is a comfort to me that my husband looks over my shoulder regarding every article. If he sees something that is ‘not quite right,’ then we seek the Father together, for further insight and understanding.

Thank you for your visit!

May you find refreshing ‘cold waters’ here — insight, instruction, and the Gospel’s Good News from the ‘distant land’ — from God’s Heavenly Kingdom (Proverbs 25:25 and Psalms 119:130).


“I am only one, but still, I am one. I cannot do everything, but still, I can do something.
But because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.”

P.S. For more details of my testimony, see:
Coming Home – To The Truth of Torah  and  Whom Father Loves, He Corrects

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“Some people think God does not like to be troubled with our constant coming and asking. The way to trouble God is to not come to Him at all!”
— Dwight L. Moody

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Are you satisfied? Or do you want to go further? If you would like to go further, then begin to understand and obey the 2nd Commandment.

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The Son of God:
Yahuwah Elohim [the Hebrew name for the LORD God], Who is the Living, Eternal God, Creator of all things, Who can do whatever He pleases, came to this earth, born into this world through a virgin birth. He did this to communicate His character, His nature, His power, His purpose, and His plans. Only Yahushua Messiah [Jesus Christ] could have accomplished this mission, because . . . He was not an ordinary man!!


Thirsty Souls are looking for the true refreshing that reaches into our inner-most-being. We yearn for the pure, clean, and undefiled things. Thirsty Souls are looking for the things that are permanently satisfying, and do not fade away — things that are Eternal!
Can we find these Eternal things? Can we find the pure, undefiled ‘Living Waters‘ that truly satisfies our thirsty soul?

Take A Closer Look:
How Can I Satisfy
My Thirsty Soul?

In all your ways acknowledge Yahuwah [the LORD], and He shall direct your paths. Be not wise in your own eyes: fear Yahuwah [the LORD], and depart from evil. Proverbs 3:6-7
The Wisdom of the Fear of the LORD
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