Have you ever thought about the fact that the first person to recognize Yeshua was an unborn child? Meditate on that for awhile and you will realize what a tool of HaSatan abortion really is! Do you remember the stories of the early childhood of both Moses and Yeshua, where huge numbers of young children were killed? The adversary has been trying to destroy children for thousands of years.
When Elisheva heard Miryam’s greeting, the baby in her womb stirred. Elisheva was filled with the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) and spoke up in a loud voice, “How blessed are you among women! And how blessed is the child in your womb! But who am I, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? For as soon as the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the baby in my womb leaped for joy!” ~~ Luke 1: 41-44
So, why should we be surprised with the increased violence of our world? When the Creator of all things is not welcome in His own creation, what do we expect? Sinful mankind naturally follows the inclinations of his own heart. That’s certainly not a recipe for goodness, peace and blessing…
The heart is more deceitful than anything else and mortally sick. Who can fathom it? ~~ Jeremiah 17:9
Merciful YHWH, forgive us all for our faithless society.
Breaking Israel News has a piece titled “Christians Returning to the Jewish Roots of the Saturday Sabbath” which is worth reading. Most of you have experienced this journey from Sunday church to Saturday Sabbath observance. But sometimes, along this road we can feel rather isolated, especially if we don’t have a vibrant fellowship with which to meet. Take heart! You are not alone! HaShem has reserved for Himself a remnant as He always does. He also appears to be waking up many sleeping souls in our days!
My favorite part of this article is a quote from Mr. Pete Rambo, whom we are humbled to have as a friend of this blog. He says…
Nine times Hashem (God) clearly articulates that the seventh day is the Shabbat. At no point, ever, does He even hint at a change. This is true even in the Apostolic writings (New Testament). Simply put, the day of the Sabbath never changed.
Amen, brother! Love it when a vital truth is verbalized so precisely and succinctly!