Shabbat Overall View Elul (Aug) 27, 5782

Each Shabbat overall view is shared by active members of our community. It will give you a glimpse into our fellowship with Adonai in instruction, encouragement, direction and reprove through the truth of our character; that which is pure and aligned with Him or that which may be lacking in righteousness.

I hope these quick glimpse into our time of fellowship will create in you a desire for a deeper relationship with YHVH.

If you do not currently have a place of worship we pray that you will seek the Lord’s guidance and counsel to find a community of believers that will teach you and encourage you to live a sanctified life in Y’shua. You are also welcome to join us as the Lord convicts your heart. ~Graciously Given, Pastor Stone

In Adonai presence we are washed of our carnal thinking and stripped of the rebellious nature that opposes Him. Adonai is faithful to expose the errors of our ways so we can confess our sins, repent and return to right fellowship with Him. By Yeshua’s blood, we are provided renewal through the washing of regeneration and we are restored to wholeness by His anointing upon us. We can rejoice that our Great High Priest, Yeshua, anchors us to the Father and assures us that we have a firm foundation that cannot be moved by our day-to-day circumstances. We have been endowed with the richness of Adonai’s mercy and the fullness of His Grace. Therefore, we must submit to Adonai, learn of Him and allow Him to produce humility in us. Our act of obedience is the evidence that we are children of the Most-High G-d. ~Min. Monica Smith

The name of Yah covers His people allowing Him to dwell with us. He anoints His servants to hear Him, do His work and go where He sends us. We don’t have to figure out what Yah wants or what pleases Him – we must simply listen to and follow the One he gave to lead us (Ruach – His Spirit). The Great High Priest, Yeshua our Messiah, is our anchor who keeps us connected to the Father. The Word of Yah – His divine gift – renews us and it is sweeter than honey and satisfying to our soul – oh we have tasted, and we have seen that He is good, so our response to Him should always be surrender. ~ Min. Lonnita Deadwyler

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