God is still able to perform miracles today as he did back 2000 years ago when he walked among his disciples. This God I’m talking about is no respecter of persons. What He did for them He will also do for you and I. It’s a matter of trust and obedience to the one who created us. It’s a matter of believing and receiving that God is big enough and strong enough to handle all of our life difficulties and struggles. Last night I went to bed feeling mighty alone and wore out. Wondering what have I done to have caused such a feeling to arise up within me in such a small amount of time. So I prayed and sought God, and He responded with such love and mercy that it brought me to tears. He said, “Child of my Torah, you have done nothing wrong. You have just been going through another test and trial. I haven’t forsaken you like you have believed but have just been letting you love me on your own while I have stepped back and let you grow up and mature in my Word.”
The biggest point that I have received this morning from my daily talk with Yeshua/Jesus is that if we want to continually hear God’s voice clearly and understand His Word that He is telling His people, we need to not only read and study, but we also need to get plenty of rest and sleep to have our brains function properly to keep the lines of communication open and working. Our brains are no different than any other organ in our body. If we neglect to take care of it, it will soon start to fall apart and need some help. All of our organs need to be working and functioning in order for us to be able to do God’s work . We can’t just expect for God to do a miracle every time something in our lives fall apart and break down. He could but God is Sovereign and has given us a brain, and with that brain, He expects for us to use it. LOL, God isn’t our genie in a bottle when things go bad. We say a little pray and wham there it is. You go and say a quick prayer and “abracadabra,” here you go child of God. Yes sometimes we get a quick manifestation, but it usually doesn’t happen or work that way.
When I realized that my emotions were starting to get the best of me, I quickly started to contemplate why and then I heard that still small voice once again saying, “What have you stopped doing that you were doing,” and quickly I ponder on that voice and suddenly I felt the presence of Yeshua/Jesus rest on me and said, “I’ve missed your early visits with me daughter.” I remembered the Holy Spirit telling me that He would meet with me anywhere I wanted to meet with Him, so I did exactly what I remembered to do, and yes, God is a gentleman and He always keeps His promises. So this morning after getting a good night’s rest and doing what I had remembered to do, God’s Holy Spirit met with me with comforting words of encouragement and reassurance that I had not done anything wrong, and He told me to keep following after His Torah and to not stray off the straight and narrow road. Too much of the world takes us on a path that leads to destructive behaviors and makes sin look pleasing to the eyes. What this spoke to me was that God is a God of love and He is looking and desiring for his children to woo after Him and imitate Him and to seek Him as He seeks after us.
God is a very jealous God and He does not take lightly to us having or putting anything before Him in our lives. We sometimes don’t think we do but He sees otherwise. It desperately breaks His heart when we don’t walk in the light that He has shown us to walk in. Thank you Yeshua/Jesus for not doing away with your Torah but giving us a new understanding on how much you really do love each one of us. The problem is that not everyone is as willing as the next person and that makes you sad. Lord, help us prepare our hearts and our lives to respond to your Holy Spirit to where we are willing to be active vessels used by you, Father God. We need to choose you, Lord, each and every day of our lives, so that when we reach for the hem of your garment, we will be able to receive the healing you have for us. Help us, Lord, to never forget how much you have taught us and to never give up on how important it is to seek you in our own secret place in our homes or wherever we make our abode. Thanks, Abba Father, for giving us your son Yeshua/Jesus to bring us eternal life for such a time as this. I appreciate your kindness and your mercy, Lord Jesus, and I just want to thank you for your ultimate gift of your Son, Yeshua our Messiah.
Father, you give each and everyone the same opportunity to receive your love, grace, and mercy given by Yeshua/Jesus to become a son or daughter of your Torah. Yeshua/Jesus is the Living breathing Torah and everyone who comes thirsty and hungry is able to drink from your living well that never shall run dry. Let’s all seek and find that living water today so that we may start this new year off right. There isn’t a better gift you can give yourself or anyone else this year. Jesus Christ is the ultimate gift that keeps giving. He is always with us and never ever leaves us, nor forsakes us. Even when times get rough and our edges become ruffled, God is still there and listening to us. We need to keep our eyes and ears in tune with the small still voice of the Holy Spirit whispering in our ears, “Draw close to me and I will make you fishers of men. Child, don’t give up. Time is but a vapor, and I am coming soon. I love you, Amen.”