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The Lord’s Prayer

Is the Lord’s Prayer first and foremost a prayer for spiritual power? When asked where the Kingdom of God was, Jesus replied that it is within us. So, when We pray, “Thy Kingdom come”, aren’t we really asking that God’s kingdom be established within us as Jesus said. And when we pray, “Thy will be done on Earth, as it is in Heaven,” aren’t we praying that His love, forgiveness, and healing should be manifested through us to the rest of the world?

Jesus referred to bread as the word of God many times. So, when we pray, “give us this day our daily bread”, aren’t we asking for God’s word. Jesus prayed, “Sanctify them with your truth. Your word is truth.” We are, then, asking to be sanctified through His word.

Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us,” is easy to understand. Jesus made it clear many times that we could not be forgiven unless we forgave others, and in forgiving, then we are forgiven.

Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil,” seems plain enough. We are asking not to be tempted into sin, or delivered into Satan’s bondage.

Jesus said, “Seek first the Kingdom of Heaven and all these things will be added unto you.” I believe The Lord’s Prayer has all to do with obtaining all our spiritual needs from God, and when we achieve that, all our physical or earthly needs will be met.

Paul wrote that, “In the latter days, men will be holding on to a form of Godliness, but denying its true power.” I believe that the bulk of Christianity has been put off by the antics of those who want, but only pretend, to have the baptism of the Holy Spirit. For that reason many in Christianity shun anything spiritual, and only hold on to the promise of salvation.

I, too, believe that some people, in their quest for the spirit, simply pretend, in hopes that it will one day be real. But, I, also, know that you cannot enter into a spiritual relationship with God, without tears – tears of happiness, tears of shame, and tears of thanksgiving. Let all of Christianity, then, kneel before the throne of God in tears of praise for our Creator and our Redeemer. Let us all receive His spiritual power and blessings as He promised. And may the world be blessed by Him through us.

Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven.”


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What if people used the same lame excuses for not washing as they do for not going to church? It might sound like this.

1. I was made to wash as a child.
2. People who wash are hypocrites . . . they think that they are
cleaner than other people.
3. There are so many different kinds of soap, I could never decide
which one was right.
4. I used to wash, but it got boring so I stopped.
5. I still wash on special occasions, like Christmas and Easter.
6. None of my friends wash.
7. I’m still young – when I’m older and have got a bit dirtier I might
start washing.
8. People who make soap are only after your money.
9. I try to to live right and avoid dirt, so I don’t need to wash.
10 I just never have time to wash.

Blessings, Andy
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The definition of thwarting is: 1. To prevent the occurrence, realization, or attainment of: They thwarted her plans.
2. To oppose and defeat the efforts, plans, or ambitions of another or others.
The word thwarting isn’t used very often today. We mostly find it in literature written years ago. Yet, we’ve all been thwarted at some time or another. In fact thwarting seems to be our national past time. People are increasingly more self-centered and less concerned about the welfare of others. Some people will go out of their way just to thwart someone, in order to keep them down and beneath the thwarter. However, a little known bylaw of the Golden Rule or Harvest Principles states: Thwart and be thwarted. Yes, whatever we want for another will be done to us. If we thwart, we can expect to be thwarted. In fact, the only way not to be thwarted is not to thwart. Or to put it in another way, if a person encourages, promotes, or helps another person to reach their goals or desires, the person will reap encouragement, promotion or help in their goals or desires. Therefore, the thwarting cycle is thwarted by doing good to others.
Jesus told a parable about a king returning and dividing the nations as a shepherd would divide sheep from the goats. He then said to the righteous people that they had fed him when he was hungry, clothed him when he was naked, took him in when he was homeless, visited him when he was sick, and went to him when he was in prison. The righteous people asked him when they had done all that for him, and he replied, “Whatever you do unto the least of these my brethren, you do unto me.” In other words, whatever we do to another person is done to God. Jesus said that the king rewarded the righteous people for their good deeds, but condemned the other group because of their unrighteousness. The unrighteous had thwarted others, instead of blessing others.
So I guess thwarting is really the opposite of blessing.
I hope everyone will refrain from thwarting and will have a blessed day.
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John 17:17 “Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.” are the words prayed by Jesus.

Wikipedia describes the word as “Sanctification is the act or process of acquiring sanctity, of being made or becoming holy[1]. “Sanctity” is an ancient concept widespread among religions, a property of a thing or person sacred or set apart within the religion, from temple vessels to days of the week, to a human believer who achieves this state. To sanctify is literally “to set apart for special use or purpose”, figuratively “to make holy or sacred”, and etymologically from the Latin verb sanctificare which in turn is from sanctus “holy” and facere “to make”

To sanctify then is to “set apart”, to make “special”, to protect and to make safe. For a Christian, it is to be protected from Satan by the special status that we have with God through Jesus.
The Israelites in Egypt were told to paint the the blood of a sacrificial lamb on the door posts and above the door in order to protect them from the Angel of Death that would kill the first born in all of Egypt. God completed his plan for the redemption of mankind with His son as the perfect sacrifice for the sins of man. His blood cleanses us, makes us special with God and begins the sanctification process. Jesus asked His Father to sanctify us through truth, and that His word is truth. We are saved by our acceptance of Messiah’s death, burial and resurrection. We find sanctity and safety from Satan through God’s word. The more we learn of God and truth by studying His word (the Bible), the greater is our special place and protection in God. Are you sanctified? Do you need a place of sanctity and protection from the evil in the world? Security, protection, sanctity, forgiveness and redemption are found in the Bible – The word of God. “Jesus said, knock and the door will be opened unto you. Ask and you shall receive. Seek and you shall find.”
If you never seek the treasure, you’ll never find it. If you seek God, He’ll make Himself known to you. All the treasures of Heaven will be yours, if you’ll seek, ask, and knock at the door. The one behind the door will welcome you as His child, and you will, at last, find Shalom.
Blessings, Andy
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Rabbi Jonathan Kahn speech (video)(powerful – prophetic)
Blessings, Andy
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It’s time for Christians to counterattack. As Christians we celebrate only two holy days: Easter and Christmas, and we hope the world gets the message that our Messiah was born and that he was crucified, buried and then resurrected in order to defeat Satan, forgive our sins, and provide ever-lasting life. Yet, the secular media has managed to cover up that important message with secular commercialism. Christians seem to be oblivious to what has happened to their “Holy Days.” My solution is as simple as it is Holy.
Jesus was not a Christian. He was a Jew. We, who follow Jesus the Jew, are the Christians. Jesus observed the seven holy festivals of Israel as set forth in Leviticus 23:2. Now there is an eighth, Hanukah, which falls around Christmas. The secular world can cover up two holidays (Holy Days), but they can’t cover up seven Holy Days plus Christmas, and the message of God will get out to the people, as the feasts and holy days were meant to do.
Below is an article from that, not only explains the orginal meaning of the Jewish feasts, but explains how they relate to Jesus the Messiah. We should observe these festivals, not only because Jesus did, but because they are an important part of the prophecies concerning the Messiah. Not only will we strengthen our faith, but we will inundate society with the message of God’s Son and our Messiah. Please read the article below.

There are seven Jewish festivals or feasts outlined in the Bible. While they are mentioned throughout Scripture we find instructions for all seven laid out in Leviticus 23. Leviticus 23:2 refers to the seven Jewish festivals, literally “appointed times,” also called “holy convocations.” These were days appointed and ordained by God to be kept to the honor of His name. These times of celebration are important not only to Israel, but also to the overall message of the Bible, because each one foreshadows or symbolizes an aspect of the life, death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.

The book of Leviticus contains God’s instructions to His chosen nation Israel on how they were to worship Him. It contains detailed instructions about the duties of the priests as well as instructions on observing and obeying God’s law and the sacrificial system. God designated seven specific feasts that Israel was to celebrate each year. Each one of these festivals is significant both in regards to the Lord’s provision for His people but even more importantly in the spiritual significance as they foreshadowed the coming Messiah and His work in redeeming people from every tribe, tongue and nation. While Christians are no longer under any obligation to observe any of the Old Testament feasts (Colossians 2:16), we should understand their significance and importance nonetheless.

The feasts often began and ended with a “Sabbath rest” where the Jews were commanded to not do any customary work on those days. Both the normal weekly Sabbath and the special Sabbaths that were to be observed as part of the Jewish Feasts point us to the ultimate Sabbath rest which is found only in Jesus Christ. It is a rest that Christians experience through faith in the finished work of Christ upon the cross.

Beginning in the spring, the seven Jewish feasts are: Passover, Feast of Unleavened Bread, Feast of Firstfruits, Feast of Weeks, Feast of Trumpets, The Day of Atonement and The Feast of Tabernacles. The Jewish feasts are closely related to Israel’s spring and fall harvests and agricultural seasons. They were to remind the Israelites each year of God’s ongoing protection and provision. But even more importantly they foreshadowed the redemptive work of Jesus Christ. Not only did they play significant roles in Christ’s earthly ministry but they also symbolize the complete redemptive story of Christ, beginning with His death on the cross as the Passover Lamb and ending with His second coming after which He will “tabernacle” or dwell with His people forever.

Here is a brief summary of the spiritual significance of each of the seven Jewish festivals or feasts. It is interesting to note that the first three occur back to back, almost simultaneously. The Feast of Unleavened Bread starts the very day after Passover is celebrated. Then on the second day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the Feast of Firstfruits begins.

Passover reminds us of redemption from sin. It was the time when Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, was offered as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. It is on that basis alone that God can justify the ungodly sinner. Just as the blood of a lamb sprinkled on the doorpost of Jewish homes caused the spirit of the Lord to pass over those homes during the last plague on Egypt (Exodus 12), so those covered by the blood of the Lamb will escape the spiritual death and judgment God will visit upon all who reject Him. Of all the festivals, Passover is of the greatest importance because the Lord’s Supper was a Passover meal (Matthew 26:17-27). In passing the elements and telling the disciples to eat of His body, Jesus was presenting Himself as the ultimate Passover Lamb.

The Feast of Unleavened Bread followed immediately after Passover and lasted one week, during which time the Israelites ate no bread with yeast in remembrance of their haste in preparing for their exodus from Egypt. In the New Testament, yeast is often associated with evil (1 Corinthians 5:6-8; Galatians 5:9) and just as Israel was to remove yeast from their bread, so are Christians to purge evil from their lives and live a new life in godliness and righteousness. Christ as our Passover Lamb cleanses us from sin and evil, and by His power and that of the indwelling Holy Spirit, we are freed from sin to leave our old lives behind, just as the Israelites did.

The Feast of Firstfruits took place at the beginning of the harvest and signified Israel’s gratitude to and dependence upon God. According to Leviticus 23:9-14, an Israelite would bring a sheaf of the first grain of the harvest to the priest, who would wave it before the Lord as an offering. Deuteronomy 26:1-11 states that when the Israelites brought the firstfuits of their harvest before the priest, they were to acknowledge that God had delivered them from Egypt and had given them the Promised Land. This reminds us of Christ’s resurrection as He was the “firstfuits of those who have fallen asleep” (1 Corinthians 15:20). Just as Christ was the first to rise from the dead and receive a glorified body, so shall all those who are born again also follow Him, being resurrected to inherit an “incorruptible body” (1 Corinthians 15:35-49).

The Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) occurred 50 days (the Greek word “Pentecost” means fiftieth) after the Firstfruits festival and celebrated the end of the grain harvest. The primary focus of the festival was gratitude to God for the harvest. This feast reminds us of the fulfillment of Jesus’ promise to send “another helper” (John 14:16) who would indwell believers and empower them for ministry. The coming of the Holy Spirit 50 days after Jesus’ resurrection was the guarantee (Ephesians 1:13-14) that the promise of salvation and future resurrection will come to pass. The indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit in every born-again believer is what seals us in Christ and bears witness with our spirit that we are indeed “joint heirs with Christ” (Romans 8:16-17).

After the spring feasts conclude with the Feast of Weeks, there is a period of time before the Fall Feasts begin. This time is spiritually symbolic of the church age in which we live today. Christ’s sacrifice and resurrection are past, we have received the promised Holy Spirit, and now we await His second coming. Just as the Spring Feasts pointed towards the Messiah’s ministry at His first coming, the Fall Feasts point toward what will happen at His second coming.

The Feast of Trumpets was commanded to be held on the first day of the seventh month and was to be a “day of trumpet blast” (Numbers 29:1) to commemorate the end of the agricultural and festival year. The trumpet blasts were meant to signal to Israel that they were entering a sacred season. The agricultural year was coming to a close; there was to be a reckoning with the sins of the people on the Day of Atonement. The Feast of Trumpets signifies Christ’s second coming. We see trumpets associated with the second coming in verses like 1 Thessalonians 4:16, “For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first.” Of course the sounding of the trumpet also indicates the pouring out of God’s wrath on the earth as well. Certainly this feast points towards the coming Day of the Lord.

The Day of Atonement occurs just ten days after the Feast of Trumpets. The Day of Atonement was the day the High Priest went into the Holy of Holies each year to make an offering for the sins of Israel. This feast is symbolic of the time when God will again turn His attention back to the nation of Israel after “…the fullness of the Gentiles has come in…all Israel will be saved” (Romans 11:25-26). The Jewish remnant who survive the Great Tribulation will recognize Jesus as their Messiah as God releases them from their spiritual blindness and they come to faith in Christ.

The Feast of Tabernacles (Booths) is the seventh and final feast of the Lord and took place five days after the Day of Atonement. For seven days, the Israelites presented offerings to the Lord, during which time they lived in huts made from palm branches. Living in the booths recalled the sojourn of the Israelites prior to their taking the land of Canaan (Leviticus 23:43). This feast signifies the future time when Christ rules and reigns on earth. For the rest of eternity people from every tribe, tongue and nation will “tabernacle” or dwell with Christ in the New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:9-27).

While the four spring feasts look back at what Christ accomplished at His first coming, the three fall feasts point us toward the glory of His second coming. The first is the source of our hope in Christ—His finished work of atonement for sins—and the second is the promise of what is to come—eternity with Christ. Understanding the significance of these God-appointed times helps us to better see and understand the complete picture and plan of redemption found in Scripture.”
Blessings, Andy
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Best Friends

I have a 22 pound West Highland White Terrier named Calley. She is not my dog. She is my little girl. We love each other unconditionally. She trusts in me, relies on me for all her needs and well-being, and follows me everywhere. In return, because of this, I can let my guard down with her and simply love her and concentrate on meeting her every need, all the way down to scratching her belly. And she is so human in so many ways. I see her joy and concerns; and even though she’s a terrier, I’ve seen her scared and running to stand behind me or between my feet. But one night, as I let her go outside, we heard a terrible growling and grunting out in the darkness. It scared me, not knowing what kind of animal would be making that kind of noise. I later decided that it must have been an angry or rabid Badger heading our way. But Calley didn’t hesitate, she started off and was heading for the threat. Luckily I grabbed her before she got off of the porch, and I brought her inside. This time I was scared and she wasn’t. I don’t know if she thinks of me as her father or her master or something in between, but she was going to protect me without giving any thought of her own safety.
I think about that now and then, and I’ve concluded that we too become fearful and occasionally need to take refuge in our Heavenly Father. And, although we’re weak and vulnerable, sometimes we, in our service to our Father, may need to put aside our fears and be willing to even lay down our lives for Him if the need arises.
I sometimes wonder: do I love my Heavenly Father as much as Calley loves me? Will I, without hesitation, lay my life on the line when my Father needs me? I believe I will. You see, unconditional love affects a person that way, whether they’re a human or a little white terrier. It gives us strength.
Do you love your God unconditionally? Only then will you be able to release your death grip on the world. That’s when you will find true freedom.
John 8:36 So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.
Blessings, Andy
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Proven Wisdom or A Rehash of Stupidity And Destruction

It simply amazes me that there are so many politicians who do not reverence God as the founding fathers did. They reject God’s wisdom, but expect wisdom to come from the feeble minds of twisted men. These politicians run their campaigns using catch-phrases that resemble wisdom. But by the time that they get to Washington they sound like a herd of braying jackasses, ready to be harnessed and led by their leader. They’re so busy hugging their personal tree that they can’t see the forest. In other words, they’re so wrapped up in their bureaucratic, nit-picking meddling that they can’t see the big picture.

When God brought the Israelites out of Egypt, they still thought like the slaves that they had been. In order to make them a strong self-governing nation He taught them the secrets to becoming the nation that He envisioned for them. God’s spiritual law dictated that whatever a person did to another, would be done to them. So, He taught them exalt and worship only Him, in order that God could exalt them as a nation. He taught them morality in order to bring them together in trust and to bring order to their nation. To put it another way, God taught the Israelites to “love God with all their hearts, mind, soul and strength; and to love each other as they love themselves.”
Romans 8:6 “For to be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.”
Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding;
6 in all your ways submit to him,
and he will make your paths straight.
God laid out the blue print 2500 years ago so that each person could become a strong and successful person; and so that all the people combined could become a strong and successful nation. The plan isn’t that difficult to understand. We, as a people, must stop believing the lies of Satan, and begin trusting God. Sunday is not a day for recreation, but a day for restoration. If this nation and the world has any chance at all, we must return to God, worship Him, renew our strength in Him and make His teachings our own.
Genius doesn’t make right. Look at Hitler, Lenin, Stalin, Mao Tsetung etc. Only God is of pure heart. Only God loves us unconditionally. Only God knows all things. Trust only in Him who created us and loves us forever.
“God Is Love”
Blessings, Andy
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Give To Receive

Giving with the expectation of receiving it back plus interest is not giving. It is loaning, and I’m sure God will arrange a bank or some other lending institution to make a loan in return for your loan.
God will reward those who truly give, but the giver must be giving without expecting any monetary gain or return, other than the joy and satisfaction of having helped someone less fortunate than themselves. God rewards us, not on what we want or expect, but on what we freely give to others. So freely and unselfishly give to others, not expecting a return, and God will surely bless you. Have a blessed day of unselfishly giving and helping others, and bask in God’s favor.
Blessings, Andy
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