Pray for the Hurting People

I’d like to quote one of my favorite writers who nails a point beautifully. My heart has become so heavy this week.  I am one of those who see the myriads of hurting people out there in the world who don’t understand the love of the Messiah of Israel/World & also see all the ‘religious folks’ busy doing lots of stuff that matters not, in the big picture of eternity. So, behind closed doors, on river banks, in the woods & in lonely places I pray for those hurting people ~ all of them inscribed in the Lambs Book of Life. There are so many, so many hurting people …

Quote by Yedidah, April 2016: While Messianic folk argue about the barley stage, about the sun or lunar calendars, about the deity of Messiah, about the timing of Shabbat, etc., and Christians brightly celebrate the festival of Ishtar complete with bunnies and eggs, the world’s people are passing into Hades/hell without ever hearing the good news of salvation. Does it matter to you that you hold the priceless key that unlocks the door of slavery to the dark kingdom for the release of those that want salvation?

Hope

 

 

I am reminded of the Messiah’s words in the book of Matthew:

(Matthew 7:13) “Enter in through the narrow gate! Because the gate is wide – and the way is broad – that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter in through it.

(Matthew 7:14) “Because the gate is narrow and the way is hard pressed1 which leads to life, and there are few who find it. Footnote: 1Or the way is afflicted.

(Matthew 7:15) “But beware of the false prophets,1 who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are savage wolves. Footnote: 1See v. 23

(Matthew 7:16) “By their fruits you shall know them. Are grapes gathered from thornbushes or figs from thistles?

(Matthew 7:23) “And then I shall declare to them, ‘I never knew you, depart from Me, you who work lawlessness!’1 Footnote: 1 See v. 15.

 

Photo by Yahstix: Down by the River, April 2016, TN
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