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The Wells of Salvation
|Posted on November 17, 2013 at 11:40 AM||comments (88)|
What would life be without MUSIC? Today I invite you to join the angels and lift your voice, because with JOY you will draw water from the wells of salvation!
This day, say:
Give thanks to Yahweh
Call on His Name
Make known among the nations
What He has done
and proclaim that His Name is EXALTED!
Sing to Yahweh
for He has done GLORIOUS things!
Let this be known
To all the world!
Shout aloud and sing for JOY
People of Zion!
For great is the Holy One
of Israel among you!
p.s. Don't forget that YOU are the People of Zion, YOU are Israel, if you put your faith in the One Who died on the cross and was resurrected into the Heavenlies, the One Who will return to judge the world and to establish His kingdom on earth! Yahshua haMashiach, often called Jesus Christ... in Him are the Covenants of Promise and in Him is the Citizenship of Israel! EPHESIANS 2:11-13
Check out a cool pictorial lesson about Isaiah 12:2 that is finally posted in my essay called THE GIFT at www.chayah.info ...
Enjoy some foot-tapping music by Daniel Botkin along with my essay called HOLINESS...
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Yahweh bless you!
A Week of Firsts
|Posted on March 27, 2011 at 12:51 AM||comments (5)|
This week I had a few firsts. On the first day of the week, Sunday, I hit my father for the first time ever. Hit him, kicked him, told him I hated him. How's that for a follower of Yahweh? Not cool. My next first is that I felt love for Daddy and pity for him and also love for me and pity for me. No fear, just love (which involves reality-based thinking). My next first is that by the end of that very day, I had put the whole situation in Yah's hands and did not over-think it, and I got a good night's sleep. My next first is that I did not assume that I could figure all this out alone and I did contact a few trusted friends, including my wonderful therapist, so I could make a plan for how to proceed. My next first is that I realized that in all this, Yah was at work on everyone's behalf so there was no use crying over spilt milk and this was, in fact, NOT the end of the world. The week was, in fact, a good one, ending with a brief visit with family that included me and my dad and we obviously love each other. Things will not ever be the same though. There will now be intentional respect at all times from both of us. Praise Yah for the mysterious ways He works!