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Freedom? 4th of July Message Who to Vote For

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My Father Was Murdered and He was Innocent.
Not many of you know this and some of you do but forgot, my father was murdered and he was innocent.

Because he died an innocent death I can understand all the emotions that are taken place. I am giving you a very special message about all of this stuff happening relating to it.

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Love’s Attributes (2)

(#156 from Suffer Well Devotional Series©)

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“Love is Kind!” (1 Corinthians 13:4)

Love is kind, and therefore, Yahweh is kind!

Good; this is kind’s definition. And of “good” we learn of the word “perfection!” This second attribute of love expresses love’s never-ending perfectness. Eventually, at attribute sixteen, we will get a perfectly clear understanding of every attribute of love, but for this attribute, we look into love’s kindness.

Kindness is part of the foundation of love. It acts as a pillar along with the other fifteen attributes. Picture it, as Peter describes its relationship to love in 2 Peter 1:5-7: But also for this very reason, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue, to virtue knowledge, to knowledge self-control, to self-control perseverance, to perseverance reverence, to reverence brotherly kindness, and to brotherly kindness love.

This leaves us with another incorruptible pattern. Anything that attempts to express itself as love, and yet is unkind, is an imposter! The healing from our failures due to our “self” expressions of love comes through repentance. For acting without kindness, pray as such: “Father, forgive me for being unkind and yet claiming to love. It is love in its totality that defines You; and my misuse has only caused pain and confusion.”

This narrow road of repentance will then release the voice of Yahweh within. The still small voice echoes, “Can I teach you how to truly love? Can I teach you how to be like Me, My Son and My Spirit?” Listen closely loved one, if you continually claim to love, and yet remain unkind for even one moment, you have failed at love. Be aware, love accepts no substitutes, and there is no such thing as human love!

I give you a new commandment: that you should love one another. Just as I have loved you, so you too should love one another. By this shall all [men] know that you are My disciples, if you love one another [if you keep on showing love among yourselves]. (John 13:34-35)

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Can a Christian commit suicide and still be saved? Would a Christian commit suicide? This is not as easy as people make it seem, let’s learn more.

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Paul Nison, Tom Crane, and Bob McCauley discuss Hebrew Roots vs. The Catholic Church

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A Servant’s Prayer

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Oh Sovereign One, You have begun to show Your servant Your greatness and Your strong hand. For what elohiym (strength or might) is there in heaven or on earth who can do the deeds and mighty works You do? I pray, let me go over and see the good land beyond the Jordan, that fine hill country and Lebanon. (Deuteronomy 3:24-25)

Father, I know I am under Your yoke (Read Lamentations 3:27-39). Your heavy hand is upon me. Your chastening rod is swift and precise. I have experienced a death and pieces of a new life, all at once. So much has been shaken. Mourning and joy have been wrapped together. Like the story about the how the bald eagle would shed its beak, claws, fur—everything, at forty years; all earthly power and glory seemingly lost. I too was forty when You brought me here Father, to shed everything. Moses also was forty when you brought him out, and David too, to be king over all of Israel. As the story goes, in the next season of its life, eagle replaces all that was lost. The creature is renewed entirely. The next forty years are its best. Moses? David? Yes! And what of me Father?

Are my wings full again Father? What of my claws (ability to grasp holy precepts)? I feel Your power, but is it the power of one completely renewed? I am transforming daily, yet, when is enough? My cry: “Father, is this yoke still heavy upon me? Am I still under Your chastening rod, Your face turned from me? (Lamentations 3:7-9) Have I learned my lesson(s)? Is it possible I am missing it completely? I need to know I am pleasing to You. It's all that matters. It's all that matters! I will cry out like Moses. ‘You have begun to show your servant Your greatness and Your strong hand. For what elohiym is there in heaven or on earth who can do the deeds and mighty works You do?’ Father, I long to set my feet on the good land. Your milk is the substance of my soul; Your honey is the sweetness of Your voice within me. If I have pleased You, if You have turned back to me, make these words mine. ‘You have begun to show Your greatness and Your strong hand is obvious; Your mighty works are undeniable.’ Come Abba.”

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Though I Doubt, Yet Will I Believe

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All of life’s mysteries can be summed up in one idea—faith! Do we really believe our Creator? Do we truly take Him at His word? Have we made the transition from head knowledge to faith, to things beyond our understanding? In other words, have we moved from possible belief to precise action? If we truly believed the Creator, if we truly took Him at His word, we would never fear, never lose joy, and never doubt.

I have known you for years my brothers and sisters. The way of man is in you. Yes, you tell me you believe, but I don't believe you. I can’t anymore. Your faith has not allowed you to cross over; it has not become belief in action. I can no longer live with a belief like that; I must believe more than that.

My mind is focused on one thought only. “Did Yahshua ever worry about anything? Did He ever doubt the absolute goodness of the Father?” No! No! No is the answer; and this means that in the garden, when He might have been tempted to doubt, He fought through it before doubt could manifest. I too must step, no, actually leap over to this place, and acknowledging my doubt first is the only way to get there. I know in my head that His ways are the only ways to the have the life I am called to; now I need to put action to my belief.

Please birth true faith in me Father. I want belief in its purest form, belief that acts. Only You can show me that everything You say is true. Show me it's all true Abba. Show me what You will do for the one who truly wants to believe, the one who wants to see their faith manifested.

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If you want to find if you must be willing to lose it. That is what our prayers should be about.

A Hebrew View of Prayer

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The Torah of Moses, the first five books of Scripture, contains the totality of Yahweh’s commandments. In it, the concept that we have come to know as prayer is identified: “tefillah.” The root of the word tefillah means: to judge, differentiate, clarify, or decide. The intention is to bring forth a desire to hold oneself accountable, to make an honest self-assessment. The belief system in the Messiah to come warranted the desire to “judge oneself” according to the precepts of Yahweh. It was a requirement for young men coming of age to be accountable to the Torah and thereby to the Creator, hence the Bar mitzvah. Bar mitzvah conveys the idea of becoming a “son of the covenant,” or quite literally, “a son of good works.”

The modern-day believer needs to take note of this perspective, for we live in the era of the Messiah who has already come. Because of His death and resurrection, more wisdom, more insights, more revelation, and more promises have been revealed to us. As a result, we are to bring every thought captive unto the obedience of Messiah (2 Corinthians 10:5). The only way that can happen is through the shedding of the self (Hebrews 12:4). Prayer was given to help you achieve the Luke 22:42 lifestyle; “Not My will but Your will be done.” When you live that way, all of His promises are “yes” and “so be it!” (2 Corinthians 1:20).

Many believers today spend too much time praying for things that have already been given, rather than considering prayer as a tool to judge oneself from the Creator’s perspective. Consider the Hebrew view of prayer and pray about what Yahweh would have for your prayer life. Above all, set aside requests made in fear, as well as those that display that your struggle against sin remains only because you refuse to surrender your “self.”

In your struggle against sin, you have not yet resisted to the point of shedding your blood.(Hebrews 12:4)

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No Prayers for Me
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When My children, did you see,
My lifting up of prayers for Me?
Was “ask and receive” for Me too,
Or was this pattern just for you?
Envision Gethsemane; what was My fear?
For joy set before Me, My resurrection so near!
Perhaps it was when I hung on the stake,
Did I foresee Myself crying “forsake”?
Again I ask, “Did I pray for Me?”
Tell Me My child, what do you see?

Hearken to this reality. Are you searching for hidden truths, the mysteries of the Kingdom, while neglecting the obvious spiritual realities right in front of you? When you read the “model prayer” (Matthew 6:9-13), are you instructed to pray for yourself? You may contend that “give us this day our daily bread” (v. 11) seems like a personal request. But, in context you are instructed to not worry about such things if you seek first the Kingdom (Matthew 6:25-34). And “forgive us our debts” (v. 12); that’s all about forgiving others, as the Messiah’s forgiveness manifests in you.

Do you really believe that because of His Son’s sacrifice the promises of Yahweh are already “yes” and “so be it” (2 Corinthians 1:20)? If so, then why do you insist on asking again for what you already possess because of the faith you were given (Luke 17:6)? Imagine holding a scepter of righteousness. Can you see it in your hand? Now imagine, as you gaze upon it, crying out “Abba, please give me a scepter of righteousness.”

Repent of your unbelief! Repent for not believing that Yahshua’s death answered all of your prayers long before you ever prayed them (Psalm 21:2).

If so, then what is prayer for? Prayer is the communication and communion that builds and strengthens our relationship with the Father, Son and Spirit. But, the emphasis here is to help you recognize that too often your prayers are focused on personal desires in the physical realm, even though Yahshua said, “My Kingdom is not of this world.” (John 18:36)

This leaves us with something important to consider about the purpose of prayer. If His Kingdom is not of this world, we ought to remodel our prayers to reflect our true identity as sons or daughters of Light, rather than children of “self.” What would that look like? Understanding your true identity would be better expressed with prayers that contain much more thanks and praise and a lot less “give me!” How’s something like this? “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be Your name. Your Kingdom come. Your will be done. On earth as it is in heaven.” Yes, it’s the obvious hiding in plain sight!

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