Two Things I Wish Mom and Dad Had Taught Me

1. To love Yah through Yahoshua and we know to love Yah is to keep His commandments.

2. That I am valuable.

Deuteronomy 6:6-7 And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children and shall talk to them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise.

Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he/she should go and when he is old he shall not depart from it.

Story Time

I have a couple of stories I want to tell. I was going back and forth in my mind about posting or not posting this but Yah has kept these things on my mind this week. I was listening to some commentary on a video a couple of days ago and when the video was finished, I scrolled down to read the comments. There were two commenters going back and forth a little bit about the Hebrew Israelites. So you know that got my attention. So one made a comment about the Israelites being a cultĀ  blah blah blah nothing new. HOWEVER, the other commented that the Gentiles are now teaching in some camps…on the Shabbat!! I was blown away. Do y’all believe this report? Isn’t this out-of-order? Is the great falling away already beginning? I do know the Gentiles can be grafted into Ysrayl therefore becoming Ysrayl but standing as the head of assembly is for the natural born Israylite…his power and authority…Comment below if you wish.

Speaking of the Gentiles…On Monday, I was in Lowe’s because I needed some top soil for my garden. That morning I did not eat nor take my medicine. I don’t why I keep thinking in my mind that I am TWENTY-ONE and can just jump up and run here and there, lol. These days, I’m supposed to plan my day starting first with meds. Anyway, so I had no energy yet I was determined to lift two bags of top soil and one bag of garden soil. Usually its no problem because the top soil at Lowe’s is light meaning the soil is crumbly and loose. However, lately it has been raining everyday so that made the bags much, MUCH heavier. There I was struggling to lift those bags especially the top soil and here comes two employees. One employee was on the fork lift, a young Gentile man. The other was a young Hebrew man in front of the lift with his guiding flags. I was on the side of them, not in their path struggling with these bags. The young Hebrew man had just went past me when the young Gentile man stopped the fork lift….and told him to help me. So he helped me lift those bags but I could tell he was bothered by it. That Gentile man knew about guarding and protecting. This isn’t the first time me being in Lowe’s and a Gentile man swooping down with his cape on to help me. Another time I was struggling with getting some trellis’ in my little rolla (Corolla) and a Gentile man who looked like some kind of contractor asked me if I needed help and helped me put them into the car. He was also a young Gentile man. Are the young Gentile men learning something our young men are not? Or maybe its the area where I live? The young Hebrew man did not break any law but it goes to say something about leadership and I think this is what Yah is showing me, to show you.


Without Fear of the Future

She is clothed with strength and she laughs without fear of the future. Proverbs 31:25 NLT

Excerpt from a prayer book for women that I’m reading: It’s natural to fear the unknown. It can be frightening not to know what’s coming or how to prepare for it. But you don’t have to fear the future when you know whom you trust (Yah). You can live without anxiety about what is to come because you know that your life is in the hands of the one (Yah) who controls it all.

When you are in Messiyah, you can smile at the mystery of the future with the peaceful and carefree heart of one who knows it is secure.

Yah, give me the strength to smile at the days to come. Don’t let me waste my moments in fear of things that fear can never change. Give me the peace that comes with trusting you. In the name of Yahoshua. Amein.

I hope this post helped someone.




Have y’all noticed that there is a shortage of coins right now? Makes me wonder if coins are being phased out. Just one step closer to the chip…Some retailers will not deal with paper money/coins period anymore because of “the rona”. Card only.

Have y’all heard that some want black cops to be hired to police the black community. Who better to come against righteous Ysrayl than unrighteous Ysrayl, right? Those of your own house just like Yahoshua said.





A Note To Meriyahm Yahudiy

I’m sorry that it took a few days to respond to your comment, I have been working late at night lately. Let me tell y’all that Meriyahm left a very kind comment under my latest post “Be Like.” She has a beautiful smile in her thumbnail picture, too. However, because she put her email address there I chose not to post it.

Meriyahm, thank you for your praises and scriptures, they were on point. And you are right, I do believe that the Ruach ha Qodesh lead you here. Let me tell you why:

When I first learned who we were….blacks, African-Americans…that we were the Israylites, it was through one congregation. At another congregation…Israylite Heritage, I found out the true names and why it is important to use the correct names . The first congregation, where I lurked did not use the true names although they knew the names. Using the true names gives you power and authority.

According to Acts 4-12, there is only one name by which we can be saved. The Most High’s name is Yah. That’s it, that’s all we know. His name is attached to our names just like your name is MeriYahm and my name is AshantiYah. In the scriptures there was Zechariyah, Yahanan, Mattithyah and Daniyah just to name a few. And of course there is “HalleluYah” which means praise you Yah. His name is right there, Yah. The Messiah’s name tells you who he is…Yah’s salvation….Yahoshua is his name. “Shua” means salvation in Hebrew. Notice the book of Joshua in the bible, this prophet’s name was Yahoshua Ben Nunn.

I hope this note has been a blessing to you Meriyahm. Thank you for reading this blog and I hope you continue to do so. If you have any other questions or comments, feel free to leave them. May Yah bless and guard you, in the name of Yahoshua. Shalom.