The value of Prayer?

Many people today live extremely busy lives, they actually have taken on much more than they thought they could handle? Both believers and Ha ‘Olim  have so many problems and the despair that comes with them!

The communication line with Elohim is always open for everyone, race, colour, religion or none that are alive today on Earth and in Space! He wants to hear from us in prayer, He wants to understand the difficulties that we may be facing and He wants to help to sort our lives out!

What Elohim has to offer is free and of far superiority than the multitude of councillors and psychologist, many that do not come cheap!

Psalm 5:2-3,   50:15,  122:6,   Jeremiah 33:3,  Matthew/Levi 5:46,  6:6,  Mark 11:25,  Luke 11:2,  Acts 8:22,   Romans 8:26,  10:12-13,   1 Corinthians 14:15,  1 Thessalonians 3:10,  Philemon 1:6,   Hebrews 13:8,   Gimmel Yochanan (3 John) 1:2.

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Loving? Part-Two.

March 29, 2018

Pesach-Easter!

Elohim so loved Ha ‘Olam that he gave us His one and only Son, Yeshua!  Yochanan 3:14-16.

This is quite a statement to be found in the New Testament of the Complete Tanakh, but it is only a part of something greater that then leaves us with the challenge of applying this Love of Salvation to others around us?

Ephesians 2:4,  Alef Yocahanan 4;10-11, 19.

The world and Israel is full of trouble, the rise of anti-Semitism, attacks on Jewish communities, and this holiday many Christians will be killed for just going to Church!

We have the responsibility to share our faith and testimony, along with financial support and visiting the sick, poor and caring for widows and orphans?

Yov 22:9,  Psalm 68:5,  Lamentations 5:3,  Ya’akov 1:27.

Loving Others? One.

June 22, 2017

The Power of Yeshua Adonai!

We can say that we believe, but if their is no fruit, something is seriously wrong with our walk with Yeshua? We must love others as we are loved by Elohim and forgiven our past sins!

Ruach Ha ‘Kodesh cannot move beside us to put into effect the gifts that have been given to us, to serve and lead others that we meet to faith in Yeshua!

Loving enemies and those who persecute us is hard, but if we claim we must follow to be really effective?

Matthew/Levi 5:5-11,  Romans 12:9-14,  Ephesians 1:4,  Hebrews 6:10.

Love.

February 16, 2017

Valentine Past.

Do we still have the passion and romance that we had two days ago or are we back to ourselves? The love of Elohim is unconditional, he does not stop loving us even when we are cold to Him!

In the past he punish Y’srael for their failure to keep with Him, by bowing down to other gods. But even after seventy years of exile in Babylon, He brought His people back.

Exodus 20:1-3,  Dani’ EL 9:2.

Two thousand years ago, after the death and resurrection of the rejected Yeshua Moshia Yerushalayim was ransacked by the Romans. Ha ‘Yehudim were once more scattered world-wide! But sixty-eight years ago Elohim Ha ‘Adon working through men restored the state of Israel and allowing ‘Aliya, which is continuing to this day.

Matthew/Levi 24:2,  Luke 21:6.

Elohim has not forgotten His people! We know that he loved Ha ‘Olam and gave us Yeshua, but how can we return our love to Him?

Yochanan 3:14-17,  2 Thessalonians 2:10.

A merciful God!

I still find it strange after so long walking with Jesus, that so many Christian fail to see the link between Yeshua and Y’sreal? What is obvious to us is not to them as simple as A to B, this is because of their fear and hatred towards us that they want Jesus all as their own!

But the same promises to the Ekklesia are also the same for us, long before Ha’ Goyim even knew about the Jewish people, Israel and the one true God.

Like all of humanity that lives in darkness outside the promises of Elohim, both Yehudim and Goy, as Yeshua said they fear more the light shining into the dark places revealing their failures?

Micah 7:18-20,  Yochanan 3:17-21,  Luke 15:5-7,  32.

Praise. Part-One.

June 11, 2015

Psalms.

Today we have more in Christian/Messianic music that we ever had with just what was contained in the Complete Tanakh. There is such a great variety to choose from and many styles that no longer ilimiting, while many remain based on the original Psalms others deal with eveyday issues.

Some believers are really opposed to music in Ekklesia, but this does not make any real sense since the Temple was the place to praise Elohim.

1 Chronicles 23:5,  2 Chronicles 20:19,  Ezra 3:10,  Psalm 7:17,  Hebrews 2:12,  Ya’akov 5:13.