Elohim doesn’t need our religous acts of service, our worship, our prayers or our approval; on the contrary we desperately need Him…. Prayer is a mirror of the heart, and we either come to Elohim in our emptiness, our brokenness and in real humility; or we are just playing religious games.
Knowing something about Elohim is not the same thing as personally trusting Him with your life. The difference between the mere professor and a genuine man of faith is that the latter wrestles through the pain, the ambiguity, the heartache — yet……still holds on to Elohim’s Love. “Though He slay me, yet will I hope in Him.
We are not to bend Elohim’s Word to our lives, but rather to bend our lives to Elohim’s Word.
Most men can seldom accept even the simplest and most obvious truth if it obliges them to admit the falsity of conclusions which they have delighted in explaining to colleageus, which they proudly taught to others, and which they themselves have woven, thread by thread, into the fabric of their lives.
Elohim’s Prescence is in His Word. Yahushua is to be known through the reception and action of His Word. If you are seeking the Prescence of Elohim in your life, try obeying His Words!
By YHWH’s authority the wealth of the wealthy is the property of the poor, YHWH is the Source of Life. He tests our us to show us what is inside. Poverty sometimes visits the wealthiest of the wealthy, it is not only reserved for the poor of the poor.
Your worst days are never so bad that you are beyond the reach of Elohim’s grace. And your best days are never so good that you are beyond the need of Elohim’s grace.
He who lives for pleasure is dead while he lives.
Elohim did not save us to make us happy, He saved us to make us holy ( set us apart)
Hold everything in your hand lightly, otherwise it hurts when Elohim pries your fingers open.
Forgiveness is not an occasional act but a permanent attitude.
Humility does not mean thinking less of yourself; it means thinking of yourself less.
Cheap grace is the theology that expects the benefits of grace without the sacrifice of obedience.
The honour of your fellow man should be as valueable to you as that of your own.
Reflect on these three things and you will not come to the hands of transgression: know that which is above you – a seeing eye; a istening ear and all your deeds being inscribed in a book.
Be as bold as a lion, light as an eagle, fleeting as a deer and mighty as a lion to do the will of your Father in Heaven.
The definition of a Tzaddik ( a righteous person) is not someone who is perfect but rather someone who, althouhg he may fall, does not give up. He repents, dusts himself off and gets up walking in the spirit again.