Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Prophecy about ball of fire that will cause mourning and woe

I have a word from the L-rd of things to come: “A bright light will enter the earth—a ball of fire. It will blind the people in the daylight. Cover your eyes.” I hear the sound of mourning and woe. Prophecy about ball of fire that will cause mourning and woe on the earth broadcast on Ustrean: http://ustream.tv/recorded/24036892 …

Monday, September 5, 2011


The Housing Market will fail. Hundreds, no, thousands, of homes destroyed into a black, bleak market. It is a woeful time for man and this weak economy. Poverty prevails. Houselessness. Homeless is the norm. This is a word from the L-rd for this Monday. Keep faith for He will protect His people. Abba, Daddy, Papa G-d keeps those who are His. Obey G-d and His ways and you will be fine.

Monday, July 11, 2011

What Does It Mean to Serve G-d?

You cannot serve G-d and Satan at the same time. You will either prefer sin while claiming to live for G-d, or you will hold on to your sinful lifestyle while openly despising G-d.

You cannot serve both G-d and money. This does not mean that G-d wants you to be poor, or not have nice things. It means you need to put G-d first in your life. One way you can put Him first is by tithing (giving a percentage of your income) to your home congregation/synagogue/church.

No one can serve two masters. Either you will *hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money.
Matthew 6:24

*The word hate here signifies to love less in the original Greek.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Is There a Condition for Gaining G*d’s Forgiveness?

In the book of Matthew Yeshua/Jesus says, “14 For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. 15 But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.”

Why would the L*rd make such a profound statement about forgiveness?

Yeshua/Jesus paid a huge price for your forgiveness of sins. He didn’t pay with money or jail time; He paid with His life. G*d sacrificed His only Son for your sins so you could be forgiven. Father G*d asks us to offer forgiveness to those who have wronged us.

Forgiving those who have done us wrong allows us to be released from the burden of bitterness, anger, and torment that comes with unforgiveness. Forgiving helps us to heal of the pain of the offense and move to the freedom of letting go.

When we accept Yeshua/Jesus’ sacrifice and forgiveness that He offers us from the cross, G*d forgets our past sins. We become new, forgiven creations in Messiah. We get a fresh start.

When we forgive those who have offended us, we are free to set aside those painful memories and move forward with our lives. Free in Messiah is free indeed.

G*d’s sacrifice is great, but the benefit to us is also great. Is it too much for Him to ask us to forgive others? In asking us to do so might He be leading us toward our own personal healing?

Friday, July 1, 2011

Giving Above our Tithe: Giving to the Poor

The Lord expects us to give to the poor and to those in need. We are to give out of compassion and not for self glorification. Let your charitable giving be for the sake of those in need, to glorify G-d—not yourself. Don’t make a big show of it so as to try to make people think you are a good person—for example, because you volunteer at the homeless shelter, or donate to the food bank. That does no good for you. Instead, be humble when you give. The Lord knows what you are doing, and He will reward you for your good deeds.

There is no need to seek the approval of men by showing off when you give—to do is not only arrogant and prideful, but it also shows a lack of self esteem, and the desire for the approval of others. It is much more important to have G-d’s approval, and His blessing. He blesses us so we can bless others. He approves of you.

But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, Matthew 6:3

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Today stop to share your time

In the busy lifestyles that so many of us lead we may find that our lives are too demanding to stop and do things for others. Often we will give money to a cause in place of giving our time. The L-rd asks us to “Give to him who asks of you, and do not turn away from him who wants to borrow from you.” This giving not only includes money, but it also includes the giving of our time—even if it’s just in conversation. (Matthew 5:42)

Is there someone you have been avoiding because you didn’t want to stop and take the time to listen to them? People need connections. Show the love of Yeshua/Jesus to someone today by offering them your listening ear and a kind voice. This is a way to bless someone and be blessed in return.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

A Word from the L-rd for those in Silicon Valley

“Silicon Valley will take a fall, but things will turn around quickly. I Am the L-rd Your G-d. Beside Me there is no other G-d. Worship Me and You shall be saved. Reject Me and all is lost. Speak for My praises for I am the One Who gives men knowledge. Do not praise the man but the giver of man. All good and perfect things come from Me. Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.

Logic is fleeting, and knowledge is weak compared to the vastness of the universe and My knowledge. Let Me be the One who leads and teaches you to be teachers of men.

Do not be at odds with G-d. Be at peace with G-d and know that He is King. Blessed be the Name of the L-rd and our Savior Yeshua/Jesus the Messiah. He is the Only Way to find true peace and be saved from damnation.”