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.

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.

Speaking and Serving!

June 7, 2018

Basics of knowing Yeshua?

We tend to forget over time, what is it all about being a believer? What we once knew has faded and we have become slack much like they way we once were in Ha ‘Olam?

There are two basic things that each one of us has as Born-Again believers and that is the ability to speak about what Elohim has done for us and to serve other believers in their times of need!

The Apostle Kefa could not shut up on the day that Ruach Ha ‘Kodesh was given and so it should be the same with us? The other basic gift is that of serving other believers, financially, and provisionally as well as prayer and the right words of encouragement?

Luke 3:11,   Yesha ‘Yahu 58:7-11,   Acts 5:40,   6:10,   18:25,   1 Corinthians 9:10,   Ephesians 4:15,   James/Ya’akov 2:15-26. 

Shavo’ut. One.

June 1, 2017

They were in the Temple/Ha ‘Heki ‘EL.

For believers world-wide and in Israel Pentecost marks the beginning of the Church or Ekklesia? But almost immediately there is a division between the believers, that is more of a problem today than it was then?

The Basilea was already in existence at the time of the Ascension of Yeshua and this giving of Ha ‘Ruach Ha ‘Kodesh was for the empowerment of all believers both Yehud’im and Ha ‘Goyim!

The giving of the Holy Spirit, breath of God, the third person of the Trinity was to help us serve Elohim in various ways as the gifting’s are divided to us. Ha ‘Ruach is in each one of us prompting us in prayer and in service and guiding us in everyday living!

Acts 2:1-11,  2:33,  38,  5:3,  Ephesians 5:19,  1 Timothy 4:1-5,  Hebrews 9:14,  2 Peter 1:21,  1 John 2:20,  Jude 1:20.

Natan Navi. Part-Three.

July 24, 2014

First child dies.

Natan told King Dav’id that this first chile of sin was going to die, but despite this revelation of Elohim Dav’id continues to intercede and plea with Ha’Adon for this not to happen. This is the natural side of the human psyche, we want and hope that certain things it will not happen.

It must of been a really terrible time for Bat-Sheva and we see that this is taken into account by the Prophet Nata. Because years later he helps her to make sure that Solomon becomes King of Ysra’el in the will and plans of Elohim.

2 Shamu’el 12:15-20,  Lamentations 3:39-42,  1 Kings 1:11-40.

The house of Elohim.

Even today we tend to forget that the Church/Ekklesia is His house and many times we undertake and do things within in it that may be unpleasing to Him. Here we see the Temple being used as a market, it perhaps had become a tradition, but it was wrong, His house was for prayer. It still is for that same service.

This would now imply to us its use as a place to meet with Elohim, rather than another social club to attend.

Matthew/Levi 21:14-15,  12-13,  Mark 11:15-17,  Luke 19:45-46,  Yohanan 2:15-16.