God created you (Genesis 2:7)! You are more than a random accident with no divine purpose in life. There is a divine spark in you. Elohim, Creator God, created you in His own image. Paul once said, "I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you will know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints" (Ephesians 1:18). The appearance of your flesh doesn't even begin to manifest the beautiful, rich, sacred, special thing inside of you. Our bodies are not who we are, but God breathed His very life into us. He literally lives inside of those who have accepted Him.


9 thoughts on “Divine Purpose

  1. wish you would put some of these minute thoughts on one of your monthly discs you give out. They are words of life and edifying to the body of Christ and there are days I wish I could pop these minute thoughts in CD player and just sit and listen. šŸ˜Š thank you God bless

  2. God is in us for sure. He gave us life and the life of his only son to save us from our wicked ways! Teacher, I love your knowledge of Judaism because it enhances my understanding of the life Jesus andĀ hisĀ disciples had in the Holy Lands!Ā I love you and Shalom.

  3. Thank you for encouragement through these thoughts and weekly e-mails. God Bless you Rabbi Schneider, your family and ministry, In Jesus name, Amen

  4. Thank you Rabbi, or Brother for your teachings. You have stepped out and condemned those Gentiles who believe that we should embrace our Hebrew heritage and have begun to follow the precepts of the Law that Jesus fulfilled…giving us the gift of Grace through faith. Just as Paul rebuked the circumcision group in Galatia, after attempting to reinstate the law and it’s rituals, you have taught us that the law brought death (as Paul stated) and the Grace, through the Cross of Christ brought true life, freedom, and joy unspeakable.

    We Love you

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