Gittel Fruma

.אוֹדְךָ, אֲדֹנָי אֱלֹהַי–בְּכָל-לְבָבִי; וַאֲכַבְּדָה שִׁמְךָ לְעוֹלָם

I give thanks to You, O Lord my God, with my whole heart, and I will glorify Your Name forever. – Psalm 86:12

As I continue preparing the many projects God has put on my heart, including the upcoming album and book, this blog chronicles my thoughts along the way. I hope you are encouraged by the words you find here and led into a deeper, more meaningful relationship with God. He is the creative, vibrant, sustaining force in everything. Without Him, we are nothing.

Giving Him glory with every word,
Gittel Fruma

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My Father, My King

Avinu Malkeinu has always had the ability to move my soul like no other prayer. Our Father, Our King | Be gracious and answer our prayers | For we have little to commend us | Deal kindly and gently with us | And save our people Someday, the great trumpet will blow and Yeshua will … Continue reading My Father, My King

I Call -Ism.

I’ve been exhausted by the current atmosphere of this country. For the first time in my 14 years of marriage, I’m talking about current events more than my husband (it’s quite a feat, I assure you). I reached out to the show for comfort, but I seem to have found a safe space to process instead. It’s not real, but it it’s true.

The Lullaby Medley, My Dreams and COVID-19

In the past 2 years I’ve found myself in the interesting position of visionary’s assistant. In the midst of COVID-19, I’m beginning to work for my 4th client in 2 years whose dreams have become my own. I hope with them. I celebrate with them. I strive with them. Maybe it doesn’t sound very fun to you, but I’m finding I love it. I love the thrill of chasing dreams, even if they’re not mine.

20:20 Verses

Happy new year, everyone! I don’t know about you, but I enjoy numbers. Sitting here relaxing on New Year’s Day (an activity as rare as my grandfather’s favorite steak), I wondered what 20:20 verses were rattling around my ESV. In case you were also curious, I thought I’d share. To put it mildly, I have … Continue reading 20:20 Verses

Passover Song Tutorials

The songs of the Passover seder are near and dear to my heart. They remind me of lighter times. Our Passover seders typified everything I loved best about my family, before everyone and everything became complicated. No matter what happened around them (and I could tell you ten thousand stories involving everything from jello to … Continue reading Passover Song Tutorials

Gittel Fruma - Submission and #nofeels

Submission and #NoFeels

I wanted to take a moment to share some powerful truth God has been teaching me. It’s life-changing and liberating. It’s simple and impossible without God. It’s the beginning of restoration and the realization of God’s promises in my life. My submission has nothing to do with anyone else. Did you catch that? I didn’t … Continue reading Submission and #NoFeels

An Island I Am Not - Gittel Fruma

An Island I Am Not

I have been taking stock of my daily routine as of late. More commitments are continually getting shoved into my stack of to-do lists. I find myself constantly running. I am also perpetually hungry or thinking about food, though I rarely get to it. I live in the vacillation between dopamine highs of task completion … Continue reading An Island I Am Not

Service Requires Identity - Gittel Fruma

Service Requires Identity

I’ve been living in the Gospel of John for the last few weeks. I leave it playing on my phone during the day, I read it when I sit down with a spare minute, I’m even hearing my son start to walk around quoting pieces of it on occasion. I’ve been trying (because heavenly things … Continue reading Service Requires Identity

Jesus wept. - Gittel Fruma

Jesus wept.

The day comes to all families when death wins over this fragile flesh. While those we love go on to glory and are immediately embraced by Yeshua upon stepping over the threshold of this life, we are still here on this earth without them. They are met with love, joy, and freedom, and we are … Continue reading Jesus wept.

Unrepentantly Blessed: The Blessing of Money and the Kingdom of God - Gittel Fruma

Unrepentantly Blessed: The Blessing of Money and the Kingdom of God

Someone recently posted an article on my Facebook that was so… I had many responses, I needed to respond with more than a Facebook post. This subject required a blog, which became a series of blogs. I will preface these blogs by saying that I take what I post here very seriously. I will someday … Continue reading Unrepentantly Blessed: The Blessing of Money and the Kingdom of God

Sometimes Bibles are Heavy - Gittel Fruma

Sometimes Bibles are Heavy

So, I’m getting a head start on my taxes. I read some of Ezekiel while I was eating lunch during his nap and I wanted to read more, but I kept thinking about our taxes. We run our own company so doing taxes at the end of the year is a beast. But I have been pressing into the Holy Spirit’s sweet Presence and I really wanted to go into my room. Welcome to my life, I’m a Martha learning to a be a Mary. The taxes won. I felt really proud of myself. I am three months into one account, double-checking charges and marking checks for 1099s. We have seven accounts… I will have to do this on all of them. Yeah, I am being productive! Then, my little son catches my eye, heaving his Bible book into his lap. He sits down on the folded comforter on our wood floor and the book slides down his legs towards the floor. Undeterred, he pulls it up to his lap and sits farther back on the comforter. Finally, after getting situated, he starts turning the pages. “Muito agua,” he quietly exclaims as he looks over the page about the flood. I watch him out of the corner of my eye so as not to draw his attention away from the book.

“God, You know my life.” This is often how my prayers begin these days…

Happy Birthday Frankenmama

Happy Birthday Frankenmama

God is speaking to me through the shredded fabric of my son’s bear’s nose. The little bear, affectionately dubbed “mama,” became my son’s bedtime companion after he spontaneously decided that he no longer wanted his binky. It fell on the floor at the store, I gave him a new one when we got home and … Continue reading Happy Birthday Frankenmama

Gittel Fruma Satan, is that you?

Satan, is that you?

So, my sister has been visiting me for the last few weeks and I tell you they have been interesting. The enemy has tried to create a wedge between us as our lives have changed,  but has been unsuccessful,  praise God! Last week we found ourselves sitting at the table recounting an event from a … Continue reading Satan, is that you?

Gittel Fruma Just believe.

Just Believe

I’ve been recently reflecting on the difficult simplicity that is my faith. What do I mean by that? Let’s just say that the events of the past few months have been vast and trying. I have reached a point where I am looking at my life around me – my blessings, my struggles, the things … Continue reading Just Believe