It’s difficult to look at the world these days and not become rather morose, or melancholy. I mean, let’s face it, we are staring the end of days right in the eyes.
It’s also difficult to wrap one’s mind around the continuing reality that most people don’t have any idea what is happening in their world. Most people know that “something’s going on”, but they cap that with “…but everything will turn out alright. ”
I think X-mas is tomorrow. How ironic it is that the “X-mas” thing, which is so offensive to most Christians, is also quite true. There is nothing of Yahusha in this pagan holy day.
But today is too important to spend it discussing what has already been put to bed.
Instead, let us talk about lust – you know – the “thirsting for another” kind of lust. Have you ever done that? Have you ever been snuggled up to your husband or wife or girlfriend or boyfriend, or crusing in your car or on your motorcycle or sitting alone on a park bench or sitting in church, burning with aching desire to have the person across the room, or in some other town, or across your dinner table?
My family and I went to a typical “Christian” church this past Sun day, (linked to pagan origins of the whole “Sun Day idolatry) and I saw several people there that I am acquainted with. It was good to see them. The Pastor there is also an acquaintance, and I have always liked him quite a bit as a person. Before I was summoned by the Holy Spirit to Torah, I even loved his preaching 🙂
He preached a sermon that was remarkable for its fantasy-weaving attributes, especially for the statement he made near the end, when he said “The love of God (he means Yahuah, not Moloch or ISIS, or Baphomet, etc) is ‘”unconditional”, and that there are no “performance requirements” from the God he promotes.
Here is the audio excerpt of him making the statement.
Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable-if anything is excellent or praiseworthy-think about such things.
Rejoice in Yahuah always. Rejoice in Him. Let your gentleness be seen by all. Yahuah is always near you. Do not worry about matters or things. Pray regarding your needs. Ask Yahuah and do so as you thank Him. The peace of Yahuah will encompass you and His peace will protect your heart and your thoughts. Continue reading “The Time To Forgive Is Now. Make Those Phone Calls.”
Hallelujah! I praise Yahuah and cherish my home with Him. I love every hardship, every rejection, every denial, every victory, every loss, every hour of loneliness and sorrow, every moment, every twinkling of His presence. Regardless if I live or am burned in this world- Yahuah is my El Shaddai, He is my glory and my redeemer. I sought and I found. I knocked and He invited in. He is my rock, as every man will fail God, will fail himself, will fail you and will fail me. You will fail many. I will fail many. We are broken vessels accepted into Glory by the Merciful One.