Shabbat Overall View Tishrei (Oct) 15, 5783

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

Are we looking for ways to serve others or are we looking to stay comfortable? 1 Peter chapter 1 states that there will be hardship but that the hardship itself reveals Yeshua the Messiah. That should cause our focus to be on the road ahead/our destination which is looking like Him! Every experience is worth thanking Adonai for! And in those times of hardship, Adonai is our Comfort. He pours His oil over us and prepares a table for us even as our enemies watch (Ps. 23:5). With this in mind, how could we not keep Adonai close to our hearts and keep His day Holy while revering his Sanctuary (Lev. 19:30)?! Adonai should be our passion – no one can come between the love of the Bride and the Bridegroom (Song of Solomon 4:9). This is the act of singleheartedness – one purpose and one love who is Yahweh (Jer. 32:39). Adonai has given us this gift of singleheartedness and this bond is only broken by our disobedience, for all that Adonai does is pure and untainted. We must denounce the Spirit of Seduction that would lead us astray, for that is the mission of Ba’al – to cause nations to forget we ever knew Adonai and move into apostasy. But! Adonai sends a prophet to call the Bride back to the Bridegroom (Jer. 31:20(21)-21(22)). We need the fire of Adonai! It purifies, cleanses, and removes the enemy – the Perverse Spirit/Ba’al. Adonai has given us victory over Satanic strongholds – will we walk in this victory or allow those Satanic strongholds to remain so that we may be comfortable? ~Mariah Stone

As Ruach teaches His people, we do not need to add or alter the doctrine of Yah. We are to lead and remind the brethren in the assurance of what Yah has already taught. This assurance is what makes us useful by Adonai’s Holy Spirit. In Adonai’s comfort, there is assurance of freedom for His people to be vulnerable unto Him as He cleans, anoints and continues to set us apart. This is not haphazard, but planned out in intricacy by Jehovah Tza’vot. Adonai expresses deep passion and intimacy for his Bride – this same passion is to burn inside of the Bride back to the Bridegroom as we enjoin in the love relationship between Him and the Father. Yeshua’s passion means deliverance for His people so there will be nothing tainted and no attempts to move Yahs foundational boundary stones, as this would open the door to the demonic spirit of apostasy (Baa’al). ~ Charles Pratt

5 responses to “Shabbat Overall View Tishrei (Oct) 15, 5783”
  1. Min. Monica Smith Avatar
    Min. Monica Smith

    Thanks be to Yah for His willingness to send a prophet to call us back!

    1. Sis.Brenda Avatar
      Sis.Brenda

      Amen!

  2. Eld. Jason Smith Avatar
    Eld. Jason Smith

    Thank you ADONAI for rescuing us from the comforts and seduction of sin so that we do not turn away from You, but continue to cling tightly to Yeshua, our Bridegroom.

    1. Sis. Brenda Avatar
      Sis. Brenda

      Amen & Thank you Adonai!

  3. Min. Lonnita Avatar
    Min. Lonnita

    Thank you for reminding me to set my sight on Y’shua and eternity, so that I don’t get caught up in the hardships of this world!

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5 thoughts on “Shabbat Overall View Tishrei (Oct) 15, 5783

  1. Thank you ADONAI for rescuing us from the comforts and seduction of sin so that we do not turn away from You, but continue to cling tightly to Yeshua, our Bridegroom.

  2. Thank you for reminding me to set my sight on Y’shua and eternity, so that I don’t get caught up in the hardships of this world!

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