My One Desire

Developing a closer relationship with our Abba Father reflects a heart that is truly reborn, for only those who are in His Spirit desire a closer relationship with Him. In this life we will never be as close to Yeshua as we ought to be, or maybe even as we desire to be and the reason […]... Read More

Intimacy With My Creator

It’s fairly simple to notice other people filling the void in their lives with all the wrong things. It’s much harder, though, to see that same error in our own redeemed lives. We all, too often, get busy for our Father—serving, singing, teaching, preaching, and going to the mission field. None of these things are […]... Read More

11 Ways To Re-ignite Your Passion For Scriptures

1.  Grow in a love relationship with the Author of Scripture 2. Develop a personal relationship with YHVH/GOD 3. Approach your Bible reading with worshipful awe 4. Consider it an amazing privilege to read and study the Scripture 5. Develop a real interest as you read a portion of Scripture 6. Ask the YHVH to […]... Read More

Why I Observe The 7th Day Sabbath

Reason #1: My Creator did “In the beginning Elohim created the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1 … “Thus the heavens and the earth were completed, and all their array. And on the seventh day Elohim completed His work which He had done,  and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had made. And […]... Read More

How Do We Grow…Slowly or Swiftly?

Once we step onto the path to a new way of life, most of us expect our new life to come rushing to us as one outstanding experience. We tend to think in windfall terms, of suddenly being immersed in an avalanche of abundant blessings. So does it happen that way?  Sometimes yes, but not […]... Read More

13 Attributes of YHVH’s Mercy

I was on Tumblr website one day and I found a poster-like photo that showed the 13 Attributes of Mercy. Of course this piqued my interest, because it was one of the Typography posters and I love a wide variety of fonts, but I went on about the day. Since then I’ve read about this […]... Read More