Oh, send out Your light and Your truth! Let them lead me. Let them bring me to Your Set-apart hill and to Your tabernacle. HalleluYah. Psalm 43:3.
Shabbat Shalom y’all. I bought a box of cards about a month ago to pass out to the local Hebrews that I meet. Click on the image to read the card. The image above is the front of the card. Do you like the card? Is there anything I should add or change?
This is the back of the card. Click on the image to read it. I was going to print up flyers but I notice that people quickly throw flyers away and are slow(er) to throw away cards (well speaking for myself). I tend to hold on to cards that are given to me. Also I’m probably going to get brochures made for the blessedwomanofyah site so that it is easier for first time readers to navigate. HalleluYAH. #marketing
If you humbly ask Yah to open your eyes, you will see Yah at work all around you. Psalm 69:32 states, ‘The humble will see their Father at work and be glad. Let all who seek Yah’s help live in joy.’
Yah reveals His plans to us by His Set-Apart Spirit. Shaul, in First Corinthians 2:10 taught us that we can ask Yah to reveal Himself and His work to us. ‘But we know these things because Yah has revealed them to us by His Spirit and His Spirit searches out everything and shows us even Yah’s deep secrets.
Depart from evil and do good. Seek peace and pursue it. The eyes of Yah are on the righteous and His ears are open to their cry. The face of the Most High is against those who do evil, to cut the remembrance of them from the earth. The righteous cry out and Yah hears and delivers them out of all their troubles. HalleluYAH. Psalm 34:14-17.
Yesterday, a young lady on my job was telling me that she has been depressed about a break-up. We haven’t seen each other in about two weeks. We talked for a few minutes. I’m reminded of this scripture:
The psalm writer acknowledged in Psalm 42:1-2 that we are all made with an emptiness that only Yah can fill. As the deer pants for streams of water, so I long for you, O Yah. I thirst for Yah, the living Yah. When can I come and stand before Him?
See the update to the “come and talk to me” post below.
Yah’s compassion for us is greater than we can imagine. Isaiah 30:18 describes Yah’s eagerness for us to go to him for comfort and love.
But the Most High still waits for you to come to him so he can show you his love and compassion. For Yah is a faithful (trustworthy) power. Blessed are those who wait for him to help them.
6/30/2016: I was thinking about Ezra today. Ezra use to wait on Yah. He would sit in a field of flowers and think about Yah all day and night. Seven days, he would fast on nothing but flowers/herbs only until Yah sent an angel, to talk with him. He stayed in the field so long, fasting every seven days that the children of Ysrayl came looking for him! I thought that was so interesting (with me being a flower lover). I have not read of any other prophet sitting in a field of flowers although Yahoshua did pray and talk to Yah in the garden of Gethsemane.
Why do you say O Yahqob and speak O Ysrayl: “My way is hidden from Yah and my just claim is passed over by my Father”? Have you not known? Have you not heard? The everlasting Yah, the Almighty, the Creator of the ends of the earth, neither faints nor is weary. His understanding is unsearchable. He gives power to the weak and to those who have no might He increases strength. Even the youths shall faint and be weary and the young men shall utterly fall. But those who wait on Yah shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings like eagles. They shall run and not be weary. They shall walk and not faint. HalleluYAH HalleluYAH HalleluYAH. From Isaiah 40:27-31. #thestrengthofYah #leanonMe #Yahismystrength