Jewish New Year note

eschew evil
snub evil
turn away from evil
1 Peter 3:11

Yom Kippur

(literally, "Day of Atonement") is the holiest day of the year, a day of fasting and prayers of repentance. In ancient times, it was also a day of purification of the Temple. A solemn day, it is nonetheless marked by joy in the certainty of forgiveness.

My "word" for last week was eschew, which is an old English, King James word that means turn away.
God described Job as a man who eschewed evil. Ten days of repentance lead up to Yom Kippur. It's a time to turn away from things that God is dealing with you on. Evil ways are always there to infect us and we have to choose to turn.