Romans 3, 4 and 5 contrasts two torah’s – The Torah of Works verses The Torah of Faith. So we have a choice to make – which Torah do we choose – the one which results in death or the one that results in life. I choose life.
Sometimes in life we are hinder our healing, deliverance, and/or change in our lives. Sometimes we just need to let go and let YAHUAH work in our lives.
This week’s Shabbat Message: Talk To Me About Grace will encourage you to move beyond the opinions of others and your own excuses, to receive what you have been trying to reach for and to know fully that what YAHUAH gives is without cost.
It is time to believe, it is time to pray, it is time to let go, to press forward and allow His love to fill our hearts, which transcends all sin.
We have been given many rich and immeasurable gifts from YAHUAH.
The gifts of Grace and Mercy are some that are new everyday and YAHUAH never runs out of them. There is nothing we can do for these gifts. We can’t keep enough laws to receive them. We can’t do enough good deeds to keep them. We can only stand with our arms open and our arms raised to His Glorious love and receive them.
These gifts are not for us to take for granted nor abuse. They are for us to receive and give to others. Sometimes though we can get in the way of receiving YAHUAH’s Grace and Mercy as a result of our own thoughts and ways of doing things or self-righteousness. Yet even still in our stubbornness, YAHUAH extends Grace and Mercy to us time and time again, without fail.
What ways can we show Grace and Mercy to others? What does the Bible say? What changes do we need to make to allow YAHUAH’s Grace and Mercy to shine in our lives to be imparted to others?
This week’s Shabbat Message: Grace and Mercy, is one that you must listen to if we expect to live with purpose and passion for the Father YAHUAH and His Son YAHUSHA Messiah.
I don’t know about you, but this has been a rough week. Like extremely rough. Daily fires, battles, tempers flaring, arguments, hurts, misunderstandings…for what? Why? Alone and forsaken I felt. Somethings have seemed like thorns that keep getting deeper and deeper.
But the truth is…
YAHUAH was right there every moment. He has a purpose in everything. When we are at our weakest point, in our worst state, in what looks like impossible circumstances, YAHUSHA Messiah’s strength is perfected. Through all of it YAHUAH implores us to seek Him in Spirit and Truth. To seek His face. We must be born again and receive the Set-Apart Spirit and turn our focus off of the wrong things – realizing that these things are for HIS Glory.
This week’s Shabbat Message For His Glory was strength for my discouraged soul and I pray it will be for yours too.