Christians praise and worship Yeshua our Messiah. He is loved, honored and revered more than any other, but Isaiah saw something else. Among some today, we see what Isaiah spoke. Let's begin with the first part of Isaiah 53:3. He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and … Continue reading The Greatest Gift to Humanity was Despised and Rejected and Often Still Is – Focus 38 – Isaiah 53:3a
Have you ever tried to do something you thought you were good at and completely failed? I have, more than once. One of the temptations to this kind of failure is a face to face encounter with a vow, "If I cannot excel in something, I won’t do it anymore." There appears to be … Continue reading Love Letters from Elohim – Sometimes We Miss It But It’s Not the End
Being saved, asking Jesus to be Lord of our lives is a huge turning point for anyone. What many new believers fail to realize is this, there is a path of submission needed to experience the abundant life Jesus promises. Yes, abundant life is ours and Yes, Holy Spirit is now in us … Continue reading Monday Manna – Are You Dead Yet?
We are going to finish Isaiah 53:2 today and then summarize what we have discovered. The entire verse reads like this and we will unearth the last phrase before the summary: For He shall grow up before Him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground: He hath no form … Continue reading Beauty is More than Skin Deep – Isaiah 53:2 Conclusion and Summary of the meaning of this verse – Focus 37
As I prepared to give a message in 2017, I spent time in prayer asking Holy Spirit, "What do You want me to declare?" Here was His answer: Decree a word of deliverance from false idols and a call to make the main thing the main thing. Apart from Me, you can do nothing. In … Continue reading Love Letters from Elohim – The Main Thing
Abba loves to interject His truth and He often does it in the middle of praise and thanksgiving. In February 2006, I woke up singing-- "You are my supply, my breath of life…..You are more than enough for me." Before singing another word, Abba spoke. I am your Restorer. I am your Redeemer. I am … Continue reading Monday Manna – I Am the God Who Restores
Isaiah 53 has been a key passage for centuries highlighting the role of Yeshua Messiah. Jewish scholars have wrestled with it's meaning. But, as we have already discovered the words chosen disclose His role and character precisely. We will dig into the next to last piece of verse 2. For He shall grow up before … Continue reading The Deception of Outward Appearance – Isaiah 53:2c – Focus 36