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I’m going to take a break from blogging, family. I have not been feeling well lately. I know what you are thinking and yes I will still be studying the word of Yah. There are plenty of blog posts here for you to re-read. You can also take this time to study the bible and get close to the Most High. Feel free to write a comment to the blog to say hi or comment to show what you have been studying. Thank you for reading this blog. Shalom, Shalom.

 

How To Have Success and Prosperity!

The other day, I was looking at this old (mini) lesson that a group of Israylites gave on Youtube. The teacher started the lesson out with this scripture:

Joshua (Yahoshua) 1:8, Keep this book of the law always on your lips. Meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.

Then the teacher read the following scripture to prove that the key to prosperity is meditating on Yah:

Psalm 1:1-3, Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers but whose delight is the law of the Most High and who meditates on His law day and night. That person is like a tree planted by streams of water which yields fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever they do prospers.

When the teacher was speaking here, I began to think about what Yahoshua said in Mattithyah 6:33, where He told us to seek the Kingdom of Yah first then all that we need or want will be added to (or given) to us. However, the key is meditating on Yah DAY AND NIGHT.  We have to be on FIRE for Yah!! Remember Yahoshua said that He is going to vomit out lukewarm people in Revelation 3.

The teacher next went to Ezekiel (Yahezqyl) 1:1-3, when you meditate, you eat this scroll. Let it digest or meditate on it. Then the words will be sweet as honey to you. You will  recite Yah’s words with great understanding.

Then the teacher began to talk about David. He read all six verses of Psalm 23. He showed that David went to green pastures and still waters to meditate on Yah. This reminded me also of when I read about Ezra going into the fields and eating flowers while fasting. Ezra meditated on Yah and Yah appeared before him (via an angel). David meditated the teacher said and he lacked nothing, his cup overflowed. Yah prepared a table for David to eat. Yah lead David, the teacher said. David did not worry about his needs or wants, I thought as the teacher explained this.

Luke 8:18 and Hebrews 2:1, the teacher said to pay attention to what you hear and to stay in this word and don’t drift away.

Mark 4:24, the more you listen (meditate) the more understanding you get from Yah, Yahoshua said.

Mattithyah 13:18-23, Yahoshua said the one that hears (meditates on Yah’s words) is given more and more understanding then he yields accordingly. This person becomes successful with a great harvest, Yahoshua said!! This goes along with what David said about a tree being planted near waters producing much fruit. The teacher talked about being fruitful.

The teacher began to talk about David again. He mentions how many times the words meditate and meditation are in the bible. He said that David is the prophet that mentioned meditate the most. David mentioned “meditate” nine times  and “meditation” eight times in the Psalms! The teacher said that David knew something!! The key to success is meditation, says the teacher. The teacher left one last scripture about David.

Psalm 119:11, I have hidden Your word in my heart that I might not sin against You.

The teacher asked, why did David hide Yah’s word in his heart? The answer: David had Yah’s word hidden in his heart so satan could not get it. The teacher asked, how do you hide it? You meditate on it…day and night.

This was the last scripture:

1 Timothy 4:15 (KJV), Meditate upon these things. Give thyself wholly to them, that thy profiting may appear to all.

So when you have been meditating on the word of Yah, everyone will see it. You will be successful and prosperous! The title of this post was slick. Right? Did you think it was a prosperity doctrine teaching at first? Lol. Anyway, these are just notes that I took (paraphrased).

The other day, I was setting up my new aquarium. I put river rocks in my new tank instead of gravel. Some of the rocks have the fruits of the spirit on them from the bible like love, peace, faith, hope and others have dream, inspire, forgive etc. (I’m still looking for a rock with patience because I know that is something that I am working on). Anyway, I was explaining to my niece that Yah gives dreams. He inspires us. I told her about faith, love and hope and love being the greatest of these. I talked to her about forgiveness. She said the other day she was telling a family member that our people have been here almost 400 years. The family member told her, “Oh n0, I hope you aren’t going to talk to me about that bible stuff…again!” That made me burst into laughter. Yah’s people always have Yah on our minds and/or we are always speaking about Yah…day and night. I know you never get tired of reading the word of Yah too, because you are here at this blog right now reading about (meditating on) Yah. Shalom.

 

 

 

 

The Jezebel Spirit

Guess what, y’all? I saw the Jezebel spirit in action yesterday. I walked out of a store and this young lady was not listening to what her boyfriend was telling her. He told her that he would pick up the bundle of logs (for fireplaces) but she said no, that she would pick it up (and carry it to the car). Then he said no I will do it. She was about to speak again but I interrupted her saying, “Girl, let him do it” with a smile. So she smiled back and let him do it. I thought to myself after they walked away that the Jezebel spirit can be not always “in your face” so to speak.

Qodesh Bling-Bling p. 2

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Yahoshua ring.

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The shine is so bright on this name. The camera will not focus. Or is it the camera?

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The camera focused on the ornaments that I did in ‘Qodesh Bling-Bling’ part 1. What is going on here? I may try it again in another part of the day, when the light from the sun is different.

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Okay, I finally got the picture. I had to play around with the camera shutter-thingy and the sunlight. I think this is the toughest picture that I have ever done. This is the best pic that I could get.

Yah’s Feasts vs. Christmas

The other day, a Gentile older man, told me the reason why the United States kept going back into Afghanistan. He said they kept going back because they were looking for a lithium mine. You see, Afghanistan has the world’s largest lithium mine. Lithium is a source of power, used in things like batteries. He said the United States found the mine. It made me wonder…the Afghan people were keeping it a secret as long as they could……so now the U.S. soldiers that are over there now must be guarding this mine? I believed his story because we all know the nations also go into Africa and take its natural resources.

I noticed while reading the book of Hadassah, that the Feast of Purim celebrated by the Israylites who lived in Persia, was celebrated with food and the giving of gifts…sounds just like Christmas. Right? Read Esther 9:19.  I also remembered while reading the book of Hadassah, that the Feast of Booths (Tabernacles) is celebrated with evergreens. Yah chooses branches of myrtle (Hadassah) trees, olive (oyl) trees and palm trees for the Feast of Booths (Nehemiyah 8:15) while the devil copies but uses holly branches, pine and fir trees for Christmas…

While reading the book of Hadassah, I began to think about how Haman wanted to hang Mordecaiyah from a tree. This is one of satan’s favorite ways to kill the Israylites, from a tree including Yahoshua from the stake (to hang from a tree). I read online that crucifixion or impaling was invented by the Persians. However, some historians, I read, think that crucifixion dates back much earlier. They pointed out hieroglyphics with impaling drawings in Egypt. I thought that was interesting and wanted to share that with you.

Study y’all.

 

 

 

 

 

Is Anything Impossible for Yah?

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Recently, I have heard a couple of people quoting this scripture. Nothing is impossible for Yah is one of my favorite scriptures to recite to myself. It’s a scripture about having faith. So far I have found 12 to 14 in this category. You probably know most or all of these but I just wanted to share this with you.

Genesis 18:14 The angel asked, is anything too hard for Yah? Or Is anything impossible for Yah? Sarah had doubt.

Numbers 11:23 Yah said to Moses, has Yah’s arm been shortened? Now you will see whether what I say will happen to you or not.

Psalm 37:5 Commit your way to Yah. Trust in Him and He shall bring it to pass.

Yeremiyah 32:17 Ah, Master Yah! Behold, You have made the heavens and the earth by Your great power and outstretched arm. There is nothing too hard for You. (There…

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Help Me Yah

Excerpt from a book that I am reading:

Moses felt inadequate to be Yah’s spokesman to the pharoah of Egypt—he had no choice but to depend on Yah’s help. This allowed Yah to show his strength through Moshe’s weakness. Exodus 4:12-15 explains:

Yah said to Moshe: “Now go and do as I have told you. I will help you speak well and I will tell you what to say.” But Moses again pleaded, “Yah, please! Send someone else.” Then Yah became angry with Moses. “All, right,” He said. “What about your brother, Aharon the Levite? He is a good speaker. And Look! He is on his way to meet you now. And when he sees you, he will be very glad.  You will talk to him, giving him the words to say. I will help both of you to speak clearly and I will tell you what to do.”

After three days of wandering in the desert without water, the Israylites complained to Moses. Exodus 15:25 reveals that Moses knew who to turn to for help.

So Moses cried out to Yah for help and Yah showed him a branch. Moses took the branch and threw it into the water. This made the water good to drink.

David faced overwhelming obstacles and dangerous enemies many times in his life. He learned to ask Yah for help. In Psalm 145:18-19, David praised Yah for hearing his cries and helping him.

The Most High is close to all who call on him, yes, to all who call on him sincerely. He fulfills the desires of those who fear him. He hears their cries for help and rescues them.

In comic strips and cartoons, masked superheros answer calls for help from those in distress. They rush quickly to the rescue at the sign of trouble. We know, of course, that such characters exist only in fiction and in our imaginations. But at times, we want the cartoons to be true, especially when facing complex issues, giant problems and difficult conflicts. We want someone to hear our frantic cries and run to our side.

These passages in Psalms declare that, in fact, someone is listening. Not an imaginary hero with superhuman powers, but a real person (being) with all power and authority is standing near, ready to save. And more than simply rescuing individuals from temporal plights, this person (being), Yah Almighty, saves for all eternity.  Yah knows your situation and your desires. He stands close and ready to help.