Again you have heard that it was said to those of old, ‘You shall not swear falsely, but shall perform your oaths to the Lord.’ 34 But I say to you, do not swear at all: neither by heaven, for it is God’s throne; 35 nor by the earth, for it is His footstool; nor by Jerusalem, for it is the city of the … Continue reading The Matter of Oaths and Swearing – What Does Jesus Say?
Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Matthew 5:8 This post is out of sync with the other beatitudes. I was multitasking and hit the wrong button. But here you go. Better out of sync than not at all. Thanks for understanding. The word heart in Hebrew and in Greek is … Continue reading Oh What Great Blessing is Seen in Those Who are Pure in Heart
David wrote, "Oh, how I love Your law! It is my meditation all the day. You, through Your commandments, make me wiser than my enemies;For they are ever with me." Psalm 119:97-98 Many Christians believe that the law written in the Old Testament is something to be discarded. They say the law is no longer valid … Continue reading “Oh, how I love Your law!” Is God’s law something to love?
I was brought up in a church where every Wednesday evening there was a Prayer and Testimony service. People would stand and tell how God had blessed them that week. And when my husband worked for the Sheriff's department, one of his assignments was to be a bailiff at the courthouse. He daily stood in … Continue reading The Word Testimonies is More Than You Think
Holy Spirit has me on a learning curve about the meaning of words. They appear often in the Bible, yet, are rarely used in our society today. 'Statutes' is one of those words. If you read the Bible like most people, you often see this word and pass right over it. You may see it … Continue reading The Bible Speaks About Statutes. What Are They?
The word commandment is often spoken in a derogatory way by the world and among believers. Many believe that the time of following God's commandments is over and now we live in the age of grace alone. It's not popular to go against this flood of fake truth, but that is where we are headed … Continue reading This is My Commandment
This past Sunday, our pastor preached a message out of Exodus 17, entitled, 'God Can Be Trusted?' One of the verses he highlighted was verse 15, where Moses built an altar to celebrate the Israelite's victory over the Amalekites. Moses called the altar, 'The LORD is My Banner,' or Yehovah Nissi. Our pastor asked the … Continue reading The LORD is our Banner
There can’t be too many surprises in Mighty God, or can there? Are you ready to get totally blessed? When I looked at this next title given to Yeshua, I was blown away. There is a truckload of treasure here. Read it slowly. There’s some preachin’ ground here. We’ll start with MIGHTY. #1368 in Strong’s. … Continue reading His Name Shall be Called – MIGHTY GOD
Good morning. Hope you are enjoying discovering the destiny of Jesus through His names. Today we are going to look at 'WONDERFUL.' "And His name shall be called WONDERFUL..." Isaiah 9:6 What does Wonderful mean? It's only when we see it in the original language of Hebrew, that we see the full picture. We use … Continue reading His Name Shall be Called – Wonderful
Jesus didn't come as a conquering king or fierce warrior. He came as a child, an innocent baby that cried when He was hungry and slept when He was tired. When Isaiah wrote this verse centuries before His birth, Holy Spirit anointed him with just the right words to use. Isaiah 9:6 is a bold … Continue reading Unto Us a Child is Born