Monthly Archives: November 2014
I could have taken this to say that the person was thankful for another day, but I knew this person was thinking what all people still pagan in their thinking thought of yesterday, and that is, ‘Thanksgiving’.
Truly we are hooked. We are hooked when all the evidence presented straight from the word of the Most High is ignored. We are hooked if we cannot break free from it.
In the past, I have never seen anyone carry over the message of repentance into the Thanksgiving dinner table discussion. Hence, there are game discussions, what happened over the last year since we met and families sometimes in the same city have not the forewithal to call and check on a loved one.
In fact, I have to wonder if there is any care or compassion past this one day. In essence, repentance then is not a topic of worldly tradition leading no where. Plus the fact that more people sin yet again through gluttony during the holiday season.
Today: Think better than that and say to be thankful I will seek out the will of the Most High for myself and those I love. Prayerfully eyes will be opened and ears will hear truth.
For your hearing:
Matthew 4: 13-17
The writer penned the words which say, “I was young and now am old, but I have never seen the set apart [righteous] forsaken, Or his seed begging bread.” (Psalms 37:25).
A bombshell was dropped there for Yah’s beloved, because this word does not speak to the crowd, but to those who are standing without the crowd, or who, might hear truth.
This verse, speaks to the present condition of a people so we should consider the time written. In this case, see that there is need to come out of the dank and dark dungeon like mindset of seeking what everyone else does, that is, seeking to be rich and learn to think separately from that.
The writer is telling us that in his time [past tense] he has never seen a set apart one or his seed begging bread.
There’s a problem here, when we see so many struggling, and down and out. The scriptures are true so what happened then?
Generations later the seed are begging bread.
Come out….he concludes with what is a futuristic promise if we want it.
“All day long he is showing favour and lending; And his seed is for a blessing. Turn away from evil, and do good; And dwell forever” [v.26,27].
While we are here let’s talk about that. Remember the story about the man who lived his life any kinda of way [Luke 16:19-31]. Apparently he did what he wanted to do with no regard of the poor at all. As a matter of fact, that man being rich passed by a poor man who sat at the gate begging each day and never gave a penny so the man could eat. One day the beggar died and so did the rich man, however, the two ended in very different places because of how they lived.
It came to pass that the beggar walked himself to the bosom of Abraham; while the rich man walked himself to hell, and suffering his plight asked for a cool finger to cool his tongue.
Abraham responded to the request saying, ‘“But Abraham said, ‘Son, remember that in your life you received your good, and likewise Elʽazar the evil, but now he is comforted and you are suffering.”
Continuing the rich man asked that word be sent to warn his brethren, however, Abraham said:
‘They have Mosheh and the prophets, let them hear them.’ If they do not hear Mosheh and the prophets, neither would they be persuaded even if one should rise from the dead.’ ”
Ladies and Gentlemen, there is no other word to redeem us to the Most High.
He that hath an ear to hear will hear.