Forget Not the Goodness of Yahveh

December 29, 2010

In the following Scripture there is a (deep) well of wisdom (and) the Congregation of Almighty Yahveh should drink deeply from (this well.) The following Scripture contains the answer to the question that we all should be asking. “Judge 2:8-10 NKJV Now Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of Almighty Yahveh, died when he was one hundred and ten years old. 9 And they buried him within the border of his inheritance at Timnath Heres, in the mountains of Ephraim, on the north side of Mount Gaash. 10 When all that generation had been gathered to their fathers, another generation arose after them who did not know Almighty Yahveh nor the work which He had done for Israel.”Not only does the Church not have the answer to the question but also in many cases I don’t believe they even know what question to ask. I want to ask the question now and the question is: Why is it that the great works of Almighty Yahveh are so soon forgotten? (This is a quandary that) has been very puzzling to me for years. As I read the above Scripture it became (very) clear to me. There is an answer to this quandary. The problem is very simple everyone who had experienced and possessed firsthand knowledge of the wonderful works of Almighty Yahveh had passed over into eternity. They left a generation behind them that did not know the Almighty or the wonderful works He had done. It amazes me that humanity does not seem to learn from the mistakes of past generations; we (seem to) continue to repeat the same errors (in our behavior.) If we have any hope for a better world we have to start dealing with the mistakes of the past generations. We don’t need to (just) simply teach people about Almighty Yahveh: we don’t need to just teach people about doctrines and theology. We need to teach (our) people (children) how to have an intimate relationship with the Father 1 Peter 5:5 NKJV “Submit to Yahveh, Resist the Devil” yes all of us need to be submissive to one another, and be clothed with humility, for “Almighty Yahveh resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble. “In order to have a relationship with The Creator of all Heaven and earth, we must submit to the all knowing wisdom of Almighty Yahveh as set down in the Torah. The Father wants to have a working relationship with us, communicating with us through the Ruach Ha Kadosh. But if we walk in the vain imaginations of our own minds then we are walking in rebellion not submission. The secular or carnal mind is at war with Almighty Yahveh, it is not subject to the laws of the Almighty (Yahveh) and it is impossible for it to submit in the carnal state. We must renew our minds with the Ruach Ha Kadosh (Holy Spirit.) We must change our focus from what the flesh likes to the fulfilling of the leadings or yearning of the Ruach (Spirit). The problem with the generations after Joshua’s generation was they had not been taught how to have an ongoing relationship with Almighty Yahveh. The next generation tried to live in memories of the last generation Stories about how Almighty Yahveh delivered them from the Egyptians but had no personal relationship with the Father. The memories of the deliverances by the Great and Almighty Sovereign were soon forgotten and the stories of the pagan practices were constantly rehearsed in their ears (of the generation following Joshua’s death) as they began to mix with the inhabitants of the land. Pagan worship was what was popular to the communities around them. This is what was rehearsed in the hearts and minds of the generations that followed. Now the Israel of Almighty Yahveh was caught up in the false worship of false deities. And you may ask me what does that have to do with me? I have been washed in the blood of Jesus and have been cleansed from all my sins. I do not bend my knee to a false god. Then I ask you a question. Do you bend your knee to place the gifts under the Christ-mass (Christmas) tree? If you are caught up in this practice then you are bowing your knee to a false deity (Mithra), the same is true when Easter comes around and we practice the custom of hiding Easter eggs and sending our children out to look for them. In practicing these customs we are submitting to the worship of a false deity, therefore we are guilty of the same sin that Israel was guilty of. We have bowed our knees to a false deity. The truth is that we can’t have the intimate relationship we desire if we continue to bow our knees to false deities. If we don’t teach our children to have a relationship with Yahveh after we leave this earth what becomes of our children and grandchildren Judg 2:11-13 NKJV  Then the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the Almighty Yahveh, and served the Baals; 12 and they forsook the Almighty Yahveh of their fathers, who had brought them out of the land of Egypt; and they followed other gods from among the gods of the people who were all around them, and they bowed down to them; and they provoked the Almighty Yahveh to anger. Please do not let this happen to your children. Do not take my word for it but do the research on these holidays it is in plain view for all to see.

The Trumpet

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