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.

Loving. Part-One.

February 4, 2016

Elohim for Y’srael.

Loving costs, because it demands that we sacrifice ourselves and that may be a challnege to many of us? It is easy to say, ‘I love you, but it is much harder to wash the dishes, clean up the mess of someone else!

Galatians 5:22-23,   1 Yochanan 2:4-5.

The love of Elohim is unconditional, He has loved Y’srael for so long after time and time again it has rebelled against His Commands.

Psalm 106:45.

This is the king of forgiving love that Yeshua demands of us to share with Him, what He has done for us.

Yochanan 21:17,  Philemon 1:7-8.

Hard Living. Part-One.

September 3, 2015

Under Attack.

Its one thing to be Jewish and be attacked over policy in Israel, but it is another to be a beliver in Yeshau and take it from both sides. The Complete Tanakh shows us that King Da’vid was a man on the run from his own people and also living in fear of the Goyim at the same times.

He was wise in that he trusted in Elohim all the time and this trust and faith has not changed, even today. We must press on trusting and seeking Yeshua becuase he fulfills all His promises to us. When we have Him, we need not fear man, because if we die we go to be with Messiah.

Psalm 27:1, 28:7-8, 56:2-4,  Yochanan 8:20, Philippians 4:13,  Hebrews 13:6.

Up to Yerushalayim.

After three hard enough years on the roads, Yeshua now comes up to the golden city as both King of Y’srael and Messiah. The prohecies concerning Him are being fulfilled. The people must have been extatic seeing this great even in their history, but we as believers know now they did not really understand the fulness of His ministry.

Today the King of Y’srael is in Heaven and He is returning soon at the end of the ages Today He offers salvation without cost or demands to both the Goy and Yehudim. One day Ekklesia will be gathered in the air and He will sit again in this great city to rule Ha’Olam.

Yochanan 12:13-15,   Matthew/Levi 21:1-11,   Mark 11:1-11,  Luke 19:29-38.

A New Life.

Change is the key to being Born-again or Converted. We have to change from the old to the New, what we were we no longer can be. Today many people fill the seats in our fellowshps and justify their baggage, but before Jesus this should not be?

A New life means changes to serve God daily in our actions and to what is good, right, fair and true. it is hard to be a ‘Christian because we are offensive to all as we say No to Sin.

Mathhew/Levi 9:22,  Acts 3:29,  1 Timothy 6:20,  2 Kefa 2:6,  Yehuda 1:4.