There is a personal, direct, on-going “walk” (‘walk’ seems cliche’) with Yahuah that runs through the souls of His sons and daughters. We feel His presence, we talk to Him and He ministers to us through His spirit. We are, to quote the street, “‘feelin’ it, dawg”.
As a man and husband, I am keenly aware that I am commanded to love my wife as I love myself. It is a command, not an idea or a suggestion. Love also covers a multitude of sins, or transgressions of the law.
I don’t know about you, but the social tension/aggression is really growing, especially in the USA.
Recently I watched a video on Youtube produced by Jason A, and it was about street violence. Really shocking stuff, and one guy took a sledge hammer to the car of another guy, then hit the driver of the car in the back with the sledge hammer as the driver tried to run away.
Two days ago I was standing on the sidewalk of a burger joint with my 4-yr old held high in the air and my 10 and 12 yr olds standing there talking to me as we waited for my wife to join us from the car.
This is a good video presentation on the obedience to the commands of Yahuah. The one glaring omission is defining “sin” for people, which in 1 John 3:4 is stated “sin is transgression (violation) of the law.”
That one simple scripture is a vital key to understanding that the things we consider normal and healthy, such as celebrating Christmas as the birthday of Yahusha or considering Sunday to be the Sabbath day, are in fact sin. Significant sin because we are mixing the holy with the profane, which is another command.
Ezekiel 44:23 – “And they shall teach my people the difference between the holy and profane, and cause them to discern between the unclean and the clean.”
That which is unclean is unholy, and if it is unclean, we are not do do it. The profane is that which desecrates the holy, or which shows contempt to Yahuah.
Definition of profane
1: to treat (something sacred) with abuse, irreverence, or contempt : desecrate
So you see, everything of Yahuah is holy and is to be treated reverentially. Nothing of the world is holy, and is never to be mixed with that which is holy or clean.