NB: This is the second post in this series, you should read part one to fully understand what I am sharing here today.
Life is a gift from YAH, He specifically made a choice to breathe His Divine breath into us therefore all human life is sacred, it is not be stolen or destroyed. But more than this, it is Yah’s will for us to possess something much more greater than this transient gift of life. It is His will that we possess something more greater, fuller and eternal than anything we could ever imagine.
Believers ‘have life’ because Yahushua gave us His life, yet most of us don’t know the life that we now possess and so live as if we do not have it at all. In the previous post I mentioned how our life orientation can be used as a gauge to assess whether we ‘have life’ or not and how much of it we have. Continue reading What does it mean to ‘have life’?
Have you noticed how deaths of relatives and friends, particularly ones where we feel the death could have been avoided can get us to thinking about how we are living our lives right now?
For each of us our thoughts may be different but we all realise once again just how temporary this life really is. On my ministry blog this week the focus is on living life to the max everyday, after all why should we not experience the joy, shalom and abundance that the Messiah left for us? Too many times we make do, and think ‘one day things will get better’, but that other day we are thinking about is not guaranteed for us.
Come now, you who say, “Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit”— yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes. (James 4: 13-14)
So I have developed three lessons based on an event that I recently attended which will hopefully give you some implementable keys and ideas to start living life more abundantly and fully. You can find the article right here. I would love to hear your thoughts on this, so please take some time to drop over and leave a few words.
Shalom in Messiah
Over the last couple of months, God has been speaking to me about the power of words. This blog post marks the first in a series of thoughts and revelations on this topic which I hope will be a blessing to whomever needs it.
Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.
Proverbs 18: 21
The Bible teaches us that our words are extremely powerful and as such we should monitor our speech. Just like the Word of God is creative and is seed, as the only part of creation who are made in His Divine image our words do the same. Our words are both seed and fruit.
The parable of the Sower clearly testifies to God’s Word as seed, when planted in the right conditions and correctly maintained the seed grows into a tree that bears godly fruit. Genesis tells us that all fruit contains the seed within itself; this means that godly fruit also contains seed within itself. The seed enables the tree to produce its own offspring and for the cycle of sowing and reaping godly fruit to continue.
Finish reading the original blog post @ On the Road to Healing
A rise in prosperity teaching within the Body of Messiah has comfused people to what the Kingdom of God actually is and what it looks like. In over-emphasising the physical the enemy ensures that our spiritual senses remain dull so that we are not able to enter into the TRUE promises of fullness and abundance of life promised to us by the Messiah.
This video explores what I believe is true abundance and fullness of life and I pray that it will be a blessing to you.
Don’t forget to follow my ministry website ‘On the Road to Healing’ where I share footsteps of the journey leading towards true healing and wholeness. If you enjoy this teaching you will also be blessed by what I share on this website.
Shalom in Messiah
this is just a quick post to let you know about a few things happening in my life at the moment. You may or may not have realised that I have not been as active in commenting on the blogs that I regularly follow, this has not been because I haven’t wanted to do so but more about how busy and confusing my life has gotten to be all of a sudden.
God has been working on a number of things in me and one of those thing being my addiction to being ‘connected’ ie. online, it has gotten to the stage where I can safely say that it has at times taken on ‘idol status’. God is asking me to be online less, not because being online is bad per-se but because of what it represents to me and the holes I try to use it to fill in.
I am also having to re-adjust how I spend and use my time, to make sure that I am not over-burdening myself by doing things I have no business doing which I do tend to do. I have given myself a time-limit of how long I can be ‘online’ and on the computer on any given day and I’m working towards meeting that time limit so this means I have had to re-evaluate and re-prioritise everything that I am doing.
I will be online, I will do my best to read all your wonderful posts and hope to post as and when God leads me to but I feel that God wants me to work on my secondary blog for a bit and on my ministry work. I do miss you all already and have made some great friends in many of you, but this is definitely not good-bye by God’s grace but just a little break. I will keep you updated with my ministry work and probably re-blog some bits from my secondary blog every now and again, but please, please remember me and pray for me as God takes me yet deeper into a period of cleansing and sanctification.
Your sister in Messiah Yeshua (Christ Jesus)