Come out of her my people...come prepare yourself for his return. Do not be caught unprepared.
Saturday, November 26, 2011
I have a dream. I dream that soon we will watch the King of Kings touch his foot on the Mount of Olives. I have a dream that I with my eyes I will witness his return: that the groom will come to claim his bride. Desires my heart to hear his voice speak directly to me. Like the song..."will I sing Hallelujah or will I be able to speak at all".
Saturday, November 12, 2011
I've come to realize that I'm holding back. I have decided that I will no longer tip toe around when it comes to the biblical Sabbath. Usually in conversations with believers, I will say that I celebrate the Sabbath on Saturday, as if there is an option. I have decided that I will no longer use this phrase. I will now use the phrase "the biblical Sabbath". I celebrate the Biblical sabbath, as apposed to the man-made sabbath. I love having a day that I am commanded by the Creator, the King of Kings to rest, cease from labour, and worship him, YHVH.
I'd much rather follow His commands, than man-made commands. My prayers are that all of YHVH's children will return back home to obey the commandments of YHVH.
Please investigate the origins of Sunday worship. Even the Catholic Catechism teaches that the biblical Sabbath is Saturday. The Catholic catechism teaches that the church worships on the "eighth" day called by the church the "Lord's day". The day of the Lord's resurrection, Sunday. While I don't agree Yeshua rose on Sunday, I think He rose on Sabbath, the seventh day I don't want to address this issue here.
I don't think that most Protestant churches realize that they are the daughter's of their mother, the Catholic church. The daughters keep the traditions of their mother without realizing where their mother's tradition's came from. Even though they've protested against their mother's evil ways the daughter's have still held on to the traditions her mother taught her.
Friday, November 4, 2011
While I agree that the practice of homosexuality is clearly forbidden in the scriptures, I always find it interesting how the church seems to neglect the other things that Yahweh hates. Proverbs 6:16. Homosexuality is not even listed. Imagine your same message only inserting Haughty eyes where you have placed lesbian lifestyle. Does it grieve us as much if someone were to have the nerve to be "disdainfully proud" and expect the church to give them a pass? What if someone came out of the closet and told us they were "scornfully arrogant", would we shockingly wave our finger at them?
Are we equally as vocal to those who fill the church pews with their arrogant, proud hearts? Do we scorn the wicked lifestyle of one who sows discord among brothers/sisters?
Haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathers out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers, these are an abomination to him also.
While I agree sin is sin and repentance is turning away from sin by refusing the temptations to satisfy the flesh, perhaps we'd have fewer people turning to homosexuality as a way of dealing with the pain inflicted from all the other abominations no one seems to give a hoot about.
Thursday, November 3, 2011
"And the vessel he was making of clay was spoiled in the potter's hand, and he reworked it into another vessel, as it seemed good to the potter to do. Then the word of YHVH came to me: 'Oh house of Israel, can I not do with you as this potter has done? declares YHVH. Behold, like the clay in the potter's hand, so are you in my hand, O house of Israel. ' "Jeremiah 18: 4-6
Yes I think he can. He's YHVH. The Creator. We are the created. Jeremiah spoke specifically to these people at that time, but I'm sure that YHVH is the same today as He was back then. He gets to have all the control. He gets it because He's YHVH....HE'S YHVH....YHVH. Please understand this. He gets to do what He wants. It's His clay. If you read the passages following this passage, you'll see that He can take a nation or kingdom and change His plans for them. His plans to prosper that nation/kingdom can change, IF it does evil in His sight. From verse 10, "and if it does evil in my sight, not listening to my voice, then I will relent of the good that I had intended to do to it."
There it is. He is King. Kings get to do what they want. The potter gets to make what He wants. It's not a democracy, it's a dictatorship. He gets all the power. Does this upset you? It shouldn't. If it does, then get to know your King.
Or maybe start listening to what He want's from you.