Have you ever wondered what YAHUSHA Messiah did between His Death and Resurrection? What did He mean when He gave the parable about Abraham and the Rich man? What really happens when we die? Do we go straight to heaven when we die?
The Shabbat Message (given on 3/31/2018) will give us eternal hope, clarity on what happens after death and encouragement of who has been and will continue to be the ultimate authority in our lives.
His work after Passion, Before Resurrection
Over the years of learning many “truths” I have felt like something has gotten put on the back shelf. But recently I’ve taken it down and been pouring it out- Worship.
My heart is overflowing with worship. Songs come to mind. New songs I find. My heart tugs toward the thing that connects me to YAHUAH – because I felt like I was disconnected from Him and on the inside I was dying. Worship got buried under the “religiously correct way of doing things and saying things, Torah or Turah of Words and Actions”
But when I worship, I know YAHUAH is there. I know YAHUSHA Messiah is at YAHUAH’s right hand. I know that despite that when it seems like YAHUAH is taking His sweet time working my issues out after years of prayer-that He has a purpose and at His appointed time, that purpose will be accomplished.
We must worship and be grateful for what YAHUAH has done for us. We must use that thing that has been put away and pour it out to HIM, through our tears at times.
Ladies we must begin to find a way to worship. Several songs have come to mind over the last few months:
Glory Be – Charity Gayle
Great is His Faithfulness – Charity Gayle
For Your Glory – Tasha Cobbs
Forever at Your Feet – Tasha Cobbs
Down at Your Feet
Whatever the method, the melody, the words, the timing – we must worship. We must pour out that which is in us, the best of it. Mirayim (Martha’s sister) gave her best and from her we must learn to break open the worship that has been put aside for someday. This oil of worship that is so costly, other’s might say it is a waste, we might be criticized, our pasts – they might remember (the woman with no name who also anointed YAHUSHA Messiah) – but He who loved us doesn’t care about any of those things.
Like the woman at the well, we must worship in Ruach(Spirit) and Truth: