The High Calling


Petrov - extract from Gospel of Matthew, 11:28-30

Petrov – extract from Gospel of Matthew, 11:28-30 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Saints of the Most High,

 

Many have mistaken Yahweh to have names which are his character but not his actual name. We have many Hebrew terms which tell God’s character, what he is like, and many people ask the question or wonder what he is like. Conversely, many people are fearful that God doesn’t love them because of the way someone not in their right mind has treated them. I tell you today that God loves you, beloved.

Well what about sin? Aren’t we within reason to be offended by sin? Yes, however, we are not to control another person by forcing God’s wrath to the point where people run from him.

Ladies and gentlemen we cannot “Sic” God on people and expect to be heard. This is why God tells us that “Vengeance is Mine.” (Romans 12), and gives the commandment that we are to “love our enemies and pray for those who spitefully abuse us.” (Matthew 5:44)

I have to be honest. I am red hot mad about the things God is revealing about deeds done, and about the secrets kept from those he has chosen. We are “the called of God,” the set apart, and the enemy has literally taken us hostage against our will, in discriminating against us, called us every name besides the names we are given and yet “we” are called to love our neighbors. (Matthew 22:36-40)

I began questioning how I got here in America. I know the actual how; but, why I asked would God allow me, my people to be in a continual state of misery, literally outcasts in this society; hated for the color of our skin. Oh, they say we have equal rights, but only what they consider to be equal. So, I asked God to show me. Many say that we don’t question God. That is a lie, because he tells us “ask, seek, knock” (Matthew 7), and (think about it) if we don’t ask this shows disinterest.

So I found that the mere fact that I am a part of the “chosen generation” doesn’t have anything to do with age (1 Peter 2:9), but has to do with a heritage.

Of every people in this nation, my people are the only ones who don’t know their “true” identities. Yaweh knows and is revealing it to a few who will hear his call. Moreover, what he has revealed is that that everyone can’t be chosen. Furtherrmore, every religion and thought of man doesn’t equal chosen.

Christians say they are chosen and many may not be unless there has bee a conversation with God about his name. It is also not the case that others haven’t received the message, but it’s been choked out by problems, by circumstance; some was received but didn’t last because it just didn’t take root. (Matthew 13).

Everyone can’t be “the chosen” because its impossible; otherwise there would be no hell. (Revelations 21). Above all everyone can’t be chosen because they have carried on a lie for centuries; God hates liars, God hates those who sow discord, and as we all know that many have sowed discord among our brothers for centuries; we are people broken up (Proverbs 6).

However, ladies and gentlemen this is not about what people have done to us. It is about keeping God’s commandment to go ye therefore and tell the truth about what Yeshua has done. Telling everyone who will listen. (Matthew 28).

Someone is being convicted in their spirit right now; especially if you are a leader, in particular a preacher, because God has commanded this of you and you have yet to open your mouth! How can they hear without a preacher? (Romans 10:14).

Of course God is speaking to more than just preachers, but multitudes flock to churches and are being lied to and manipulated, being feed a watered down version of truth. God is sending his wrath against you, woe to the prophets. (Ezekiel 13). Those of you who have fleeced and shaved the covering of God’s chosen.

God is calling us back, and men and women of the Most High are being endowed with the truth of who they are. You are not defeated. You are more than a conqueror, you are set apart for a day such as this.

When God says “come from among them” he means this world system, this mindset of ungodliness thrust upon you at your captivity. If you are not captive then this isn’t for you. God has revealed the secrets against you.

Some of us have been brainwashed against ourselves. God is calling us back. We have been turned against ourselves, God is calling us back. We have been lied to, manipulated, raped of our foundation. God is calling us back. We are in exile, and God is calling us back.

Take courage saints. God is calling us back.

 

 

 

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About Kay Dailey

The Dailey Grind Kayla Dailey, is a prolific writer whose aspirations include hope of encouraging those who face trials and difficulties in life through the written word. As a student of the word she writes, Kayla has earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Ashford University and holds a Master of Arts Degree in Organizational Management with concentration in Public Administration. Mrs. Dailey is an advocate for civic and community building issues, African American liberties, equal employment; as well as, advocacy against domestic violence for women, children, abortion and other issues people face.

Posted on October 9, 2012, in Children, Devotion, Encouragement, Family, Health, Home, Life, Marriage, Men, Religion and Spirituality, Video, Women and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hmm, thanks for the comments. A little while ago you commented on God’s sovereignty in Psalm 90. Here is the flip side; living as an oppressed minority in a wealthy state which can at times brim with hypocrisy in its determination that it is the most wonderful place on earth. There is a lady in our church who fills me with wonder. She is totally paralyzed, largely blind and yet wherever she goes there is joy. When she became ill, and before she found Christ, her family rejected her. How can she exude such an attitude? Though people look up to me because I preach, I always look at such people as these and think, these are the ones who are going to be honoured before the Father when we get to heaven. Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. I don’t know your situation, so maybe I am being unfair, but I am sure you have much to be grateful for as well. Those who were not taken off to America have by and large rather worse things to handle than being treated as second class citizens. Consider Liberia with continual civil war over these last decades. When i hear of the horrors committed there, I am truly grateful that despite all of Britain’s problems I was born here not there.

  2. This is a wonderful view of total admiration of God despite a seemingly difficult situation; or maybe not so difficult for her but one of trusting God to do all be all he says. Thanks for sharing, I am encouraged.

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