Waiting?

May 30, 2019

It can be a tough Ask!

Hard when one is being persecuted, intimidated or excluded at school, work, services, home and in retirement, because the world does not want to hear what we have to say or being honest, when it is very far from anything?

But Elohim wants us to learn to wait and not to be inactive, but to be getting on with serving Him! The Talmidim were asked to wait in Yerushalayim, but this did not stop the things they had to continue with!

So we must be the same, not stopping to wait for an answer, but to continue and be active in these last darker days?

Psalm 9:1,   Luke 18:1,   Acts 1:4,   12-26,   Ephesians 6:18,   2 Thessalonians 1:11,   Hebrews 13:8.

Chanukkah! One.

November 21, 2018

Festival of Lights.

Chanukka remains one of the most popular and fun loving festivals in the Jewish calendar, as much for children and adults!

Being popular can sometimes miss the real message of what many today believe was the onset for the events of the entry of Moshia into Israeli society?

Israel was seeking a divine intervention over that of the initial Maccabean rebellion, people wanted assurances that Elohim was still with them and a deliverance was coming!

Exodus 2:23,  Ezra 9:13,  Psalm 3:8,  14:7,  40:16,  Luke 21:28,  Philippians 1:19.

The seventh Day!

It was on this day that Elohim rested from creating the world and the universe, time here is measured in what the human mind can manage to understand? We do not really know how long it took, but it is a far more complex issue that many scientists and believers want to see?

Rest was important to Elohim, and so it must be to us His creation, the whole of the Complete Tanakh tells us the story of interaction between man and the Eternal! Everything is being done to redeem or buy us back to Him!

Yeshua Ha ‘Moshia pointed out to the religious legalists of His day on Earth that to do good on the Shabbat was not breaking Ha ‘Torah, this is the great mercy of Elohim that He is not like us in our thinking!

Genesis 1:5-31,  2:2-3,   Matthew/Levi 12:10-13.