Demonstrating Love For Him Who IS Love

One of my favorite quotes is by Thomas Merton. It is an excellent description of our heavenly Father:

“Love seeks one thing only: the good of the one loved.”

This sums up the Father’s love for His children — He wants only what is good for us! He wants things to be ‘be well’ with each one of us! He wants things to ‘go well’ with each one of us! He wants us to know His provision, His protection, and His peace, which are so abundant that they are beyond our ability to comprehend (Philippians 4:7; Job 22:21). This is the very nature of the All-Mighty Creator, Yahuwah Elohim (the Hebrew name for the LORD God).

Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loves is born of God, and knows God. He that loves not knows not God; for God is love. (1John 4:7-8)

And we have known and believed the love that God has to us. God is love; and he that dwells in love dwells in God, and God in him. (1John 4:16)

God IS love and He seeks only one thing: our good, our well-being, and what is eternally best for us.

The word ‘well’ in the Hebrew language can also have other meanings. The often-used phrase, “that it may be well with you” can also mean, “That it may be good, pleasing, merry, cheerful, or better with you.” All of these words pretty much describe the meaning of the word ‘well’.

The Scriptures reveal Father’s heart about how we can learn the necessary steps for demonstrating our love for God and thus experience His promise for things to ‘be well’ and ‘go well’ with us. These Scriptural steps are described in many verses throughout the Bible. Do we have the child-like faith to receive Yahuwah’s Word as it is written?

Here are 5 of the verses that teach us Father’s love and heart desire for His children:

1. You shall keep therefore His statutes, and His commandments, which I command you this day, that it may go well with you, and with your children after you, and that you may prolong your days upon the earth, which Yahuwah your Elohim [the LORD your God] gives you, for ever. (Deuteronomy 4:40)
2. Honour your father and your mother, as Yahuwah your Elohim [the LORD your God] has commanded you; that your days may be prolonged, and that it may go well with you, in the land which Yahuwah your Elohim [the LORD your God] gives you. (Deuteronomy 5:16)
3. O that there were such an heart in them, that they would fear Me, and keep all My commandments always, that it might be well with them, and with their children for ever! (Deuteronomy 5:29)
4. You shall walk in all the ways which Yahuwah your Elohim [the LORD your God] has commanded you, that you may live, and that it may be well with you, and that you may prolong your days in the land which you shall possess. (Deuteronomy 5:33)
5. And you shall do that which is right and good in the sight of Yahuwah [the LORD]: that it may be well with you, and that you may go in and possess the good land which Yahuwah [the LORD] sware unto your fathers. (Deuteronomy 6:18)

From these Scripture verses, God teaches us 4 steps necessary in order for things to ‘be well’ and ‘go well’ with us:

4 Steps Necessary for Things to ‘BE well’ & ‘GO well’ with us

  1. Keep the commandments of Yahuwah Elohim;
  2. Honour our parents;
  3. Fear Yahuwah Elohim;
  4. Do that which is right and good in Yahuwah Elohim’s sight.

The above instructions call upon us to be “doers” of the written instructions in the Scriptures, and they are in harmony with what the Saviour, Yahushua Messiah [the Hebrew name for Jesus Christ] teaches His followers:

But He [Yahushua] said, “Yea rather, blessed are they that hear the Word God, and keep it.” (Luke 11:28)

And Yahushua [Jesus] said unto him… “if you will enter into Life, keep the commandments.” (Matthew 19:17)

Yahushua [Jesus] said… “If you love Me, keep My commandments.” (John 14:15)

Yahushua [Jesus] said… “For whosoever shall do the will of My Father which is in heaven, the same is My brother, and sister, and mother.” (Matthew 12:50)

Yahushua [Jesus] said… “He that loves Me not keeps not My sayings: and the Word which you hear is not Mine, but the Father’s which sent Me.” (John 14:24)

The above passages all appear in the New Testament Gospels. But when Yahushua spoke the above words, we should understand one thing…

There was NO New Testament
yet in existence!

Thus we know that in the above passages, Yahushua was referring to obedience to the written instructions in the Scriptures of His day, what is now referred to as the ‘Old’ Testament!

Keeping The Commandments

Let us recall that the only commandments the early disciples had when Yahushua spoke those words were the ‘Old’ Testament writings.

Any elementary Hebrew student at that time would have understood that the phrase “keeping the commandments” referred to obeying the written commandments, teachings, and instructions in the Scriptures existing at the time, known as the Torah, the Prophets, and the Writings.

These Scriptures, also known as the Tanak, are commonly known today as the ‘Old’ Testament writings. But the ‘Old’ Testament is not really ‘old’! It is the Word of God spoken by the pre-incarnate Messiah.

The ‘Tanak’ is an acronym consisting of the first Hebrew letters [T-N-K] of the names of the three subdivisions of the Hebrew Scriptures:

Three Subdivisions of the Hebrew Scriptures

  • Torah [the Teachings or Instructions];
  • Nevi’im [the Prophets];
  • Ketuvim [the Writings].

Let us recall that in Deuteronomy 13:1-5, we are told that if a prophet should arise in our midst, and speak any words that would contradict Torah, or teach people to turn away from obedience to Torah, we should not hearken to that prophet.

We know that Yahushua did not speak any words against obedience to Torah. For if He had, He would have broken that command in Deuteronomy 13:1-5. He would have transgressed or disobeyed the Torah, and would be guilty of sin! From this we know that Yahushua did not teach that the Law [Torah] had been destroyed or done away, nor did His disciples, as this too would be a sin.

Scripture defines transgression of the Torah as ‘sin (1John 3:4). If Yahushua had transgressed the Torah, if He had promoted any disobedience to the Torah, He would have been ‘lawless’ – a sinner – and He would have deserved to die! He would have been disqualified from being the true Messiah, and He would not have been the perfect sacrifice required for our redemption and forgiveness.

But we know Yahushua did not sin (1John 3:5)! He never violated the Torah! He kept the commandments! We also know that He was the perfect sacrifice, one without blemish (1Peter 1:18-19; Hebrews 7:26). And, because of the precious Blood of His sacrifice on the cross, we have forgiveness of our sins (Ephesians 1:7).

We can conclude therefore that when Yahushua spoke of ‘keeping the commandments’ He was proclaiming obedience to the Torah — obedience to the ‘Old’ Testament commandments, which is the will of the Heavenly Father (Matthew 12:50).

Father’s Loving Instructions – The Torah

For centuries, many Believers have been taught that the ‘Old’ Testament is not necessary spiritual food, but that the ‘New’ Testament is all we need for our growth in grace, and for our growth in the knowledge of our Master and Saviour Yahushua Messiah. But let us remember the nature of our Mighty One, the Almighty God:

And I will come near to you to judgment; and I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers, and against the adulterers, and against false swearers, and against those that oppress the hireling in his wages, the widow, and the fatherless, and (against those) that turn aside the stranger from his right, and fear not Me, saith Yahuwah [the LORD] of hosts. 6) For I am Yahuwah [the LORD], I change not; therefore you sons of Jacob are not consumed. (Malachi 3:5-6)

I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty. (Revelation 1:8; see also Isaiah 9:6)

Yahuwah Elohim, the LORD God, does not change! This is why the Holy Spirit is moving mightily today, restoring the understanding of the everlasting nature of Yahuwah, and of His Word! We are learning the Heavenly Father’s full and complete Truth of His Everlasting New Covenant.

Yahuwah is calling us to a greater level of maturity and understanding of what it truly means to know Him, and to love Him. He is calling us to understand His Word, and to know Him “from the beginning” — this phrase is used nine times in 1John and 2John!

As we saw in Thy Torah is My Delight, the word ‘Torah’ means Father’s loving instructions, teachings, and guidelines. The word ‘Torah’ also often refers to the entire body of the Scriptures.

It is in the Torah that we find the written instructions, teachings, and guidelines of God, the “House Rules” He has given for all of His children, for all who have been born-again into His family. If we desire to demonstrate our love for Yahuwah, and if we desire the many blessings for things to be well and go well with us, we need to search the Torah, so that we may discover — and learn to follow — His instructions.

The ‘New’ Testament writings explain, enhance, confirm, and follow the teachings from the ‘Old’ Testament. However, a proper understanding of the New Testament requires a correct understanding of the Tanakh. Thus in order to truly understand the details of the New Testament, we must begin to learn for ourselves what is written in the treasuries of the ‘Old’ Testament Scriptures, just as the noble Bereans did (Acts 17:10-12).

By Grace Alone Are We Saved

It is ONLY by Yahuwah’s Son, Yahushua the Messiah, and by Yahushua’s own blood, that we obtain justification and salvation. By His grace alone are we saved through our faith in God’s Son (Ephesians 2:8-9), because He, Yahushua Messiah, our merciful High Priest, entered once into the Heavenly Holy Place, and obtained eternal redemption for us (Hebrews 9:11-12).

Our salvation is not about Yahuwah’s requirements for “burnt offerings and sacrifices for sin.” Our faith must be firmly established on the fact that by our Saviour’s sacrifice, He offered one sacrifice for sins forever, and He sat down on the right hand of God… and by one offering (of Himself) He has perfected forever them that are sanctified” (see Hebrews 10:1-22).

Thus our obedience to Torah can not earn us redemption, salvation, or justification (Romans 3:20,28). The awesome blessing of salvation comes only through our faith in Yahushua’s sacrificial death!

Nevertheless, all the promises of blessings — for things to be well and go well with us — are greatly magnified when we begin to understand the details of Father’s Torah, His loving instructions, His ‘House Rules’ for His family. And even though there are some things in the Scriptures that are hard to understand (2Peter 3:14-16), we must have the commitment to be ‘doers’ of the Scriptures that we do understand. And the more of Scripture we understand, the less we will be deceived by the lie that some of God’s Word has been ‘done away’ (Matthew 5:17-19)!

Personally, I have a genuine desire for things to be well and to go well with me. Dear Reader, do you have such a desire? He first loved us, and He desires that we in return would love Him — that is, that we would demonstrate our love for Him by our actions.

Here is where that love must begin:

If you love Me, keep My commandments. (John 14:15)

“If you keep My commandments, you shall abide (remain) in My love; even as I have kept My Father’s commandments, and abide (remain) in His love. (John 15:10)

By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God, and keep His commandments. (1John 5:2)

For this is the love of God, that we keep His commandments: and His commandments are not grievous. (1John 5:3)

Keep yourselves in the love of God… (Jude 1:21a)

The fulfillment of our desire for well-being must begin with our personal love relationship with our Saviour, and our willingness to demonstrate our love for Him by obeying Him.

He Has Given Us His Grace

If we truly desire to show our love for Yahuwah [the LORD]; if we desire the rewards of things being well and going well with us, then we will be tenderhearted to receive the entire Word of Yahuwah, as it is written, and we will be willing to walk in it by His enabling Grace! It is not hard to do, for Yahuwah has given us His grace, His divine power and enablement, and all the things that pertain unto life and godliness (2Peter 1:2-3).

Father is restoring the Truth and the relevancy of His entire Word to His children! Father God is restoring the great importance of learning and following the commandments, the statutes, and the judgments for His family. This is the pathway to knowing God’s goodness, His protection, and His blessings! This is the pathway to demonstrating our love for God and for His Son.

If we are already a part of His family, then learning to walk according to His ‘House Rules’ (the Torah) is part of our expected maturing process, our growth in grace and knowledge of our Master and Saviour.

For things to truly and abundantly be well with us, we must begin to love and honour our Heavenly Father’s ‘House Rules’ by observing His instructions regarding His Sabbath days, by following His guidelines for our diet, and by living according to His established Biblical calendar of events.

These, and other ‘House Rules’ for Yahuwah’s family, are found throughout the honourable Torah (Isaiah 42:21)! These instructions are the desires of Yahuwah [the LORD] for His family!

It is His ‘House Rules’ that He wants to put into our hearts, and write upon our minds, as part of His New and Everlasting Covenant:

This is the covenant that I will make with them after those days, saith the Lord, I will put My laws into their hearts, and in their minds will I write them; 17) And their sins and iniquities will I remember no more. (Hebrews 10:16-17; see also Jeremiah 31:31-33)

Demonstrating Our Love

A Believer is a DO-er of God’s WORD. Being a DO-er of God’s Word includes learning and following His Words from the beginning.

The importance of obeying Yahuwah’s commandments ‘from the beginning’ is an on-going, significant and vital part of Father’s plans, purposes, and protection for His children. And Messiah’s teachings confirm Father’s plans for His children.

Knowing what Father’s loving plans are for His family begins in the ‘Old’ Testament, and specifically in the first five books of the Bible (the Torah). Therefore the ‘Old’ Testament [which is not really ‘old’], is foundational for understanding all of Scripture.

We demonstrate our love for Yahuwah, and for His Son Yahushua Messiah, by keeping His commandments (John 14:15), and by following His instructions — including those He gave to Moses, from the beginning. Our obedience is the evidence of our love for Messiah!

How can we begin to demonstrate more fully our love for Yahuwah Elohim, the Mighty One of Israel, and His beloved Son?

We can begin by adjusting our lifestyle wherever necessary, so that we may be more in harmony with all of Father’s guidelines and instructions. When we do the necessary adjustments, then we will begin to know more fully Father’s immense love for us. And we will begin to know without a doubt that the heavenly Father seeks only one thing: our good, our well-being, and what is eternally best for us.

Yahuwah, who IS love, has clearly revealed how we can demonstrate our love for Him — by keeping His commandments:

O that there were such an heart in them, that they would fear Me, and keep all My commandments always, that it might be well with them, and with their children for ever! (Deuteronomy 5:29)

Thank You Father, for Your Word that is true from the beginning! Thank You for loving me in so many abundant ways! Father, I ask You to give me a willing heart to fear You and to keep Your commandments. Help me to trust Your Word, Your instructions, and Your promises of blessings. Keep me near You and hold me tightly to Your pathway always! I pray in the name of Your Son, Yahushua Messiah [Jesus Christ]. Amen.

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That’s My King! Do You Know Him?

What does the Bible say about Yahushua Messiah [the Hebrew name for Jesus Christ]?

S. M. Lockridge sums it up nicely:

The Bible says. . .

He’s the King of the Jews.

He’s the King of Israel.

He’s the King of Righteousness.

He’s the King of the Ages.

He’s the King of Heaven.

He’s the King of Glory.

He’s the KING of Kings,

and. . .

He’s the LORD of Lords!

Now that’s my King!

Do you know Him?

No Means of Measure can Define His Limitless Love.

Well, well. . .

He’s Enduringly Strong.

He’s Entirely Sincere.

He’s Eternally Steadfast.

He’s Immortally Graceful.

He’s Imperially Powerful.

He’s Impartially Merciful.

Do you know Him?

He’s God’s Son.

He’s a Sinner’s Savior.

He’s the Centerpiece of Civilization.

He’s Unparalleled.

He’s Unprecedented.

He’s the Loftiest Idea in Literature.

He’s the Highest Personality in Philosophy.

He’s the Fundamental Doctrine of True Theology.

Do you know Him?

He Supplies Strength for the Weak.

He’s Available for the Tempted and the Tried.

He Sympathizes.

He Saves.

He Heals the Sick.

He Cleansed the Lepers.

He Forgives Sinners.

He Discharges Debtors.

He Delivers the Captives.

He Defends the Feeble.

He Blesses the Young.

He Serves the Unfortunate.

He Regards the Aged.

He Rewards the Diligent,

and. . .

He Beautifies the Meek.

Do you know Him?

My King is the Key of Knowledge.

He is the Wellspring of Wisdom.

He is the Doorway of Deliverance.

He is the Pathway of Peace.

He is the Roadway of Righteousness.

He is the Highway of Holiness.

He is the Gateway of Glory.

Do you know Him?

His Life is Matchless.

His Goodness is Limitless.

His Mercy is Everlasting.

His Love Never Changes.

His Word is Enough.

His Grace is Sufficient.

His Reign is Righteous.

His Yoke is Easy, and

His Burden is Light.

Well. . .

I wish I could describe Him to you.

He’s Indescribable.

He’s Indescribable!

He’s Incomprehensible.

He’s Invincible.

He’s Irresistible.

You can’t get Him out of your mind!

You can’t get Him off of your hand!

You can’t outlive Him, and

You can’t live without Him.

Well. . .

The Pharisees couldn’t stand Him.

But they found out they couldn’t stop Him.

Pilate couldn’t find any fault in Him.

Herod couldn’t kill him.

Death couldn’t handle Him,

and. . .

the Grave couldn’t hold Him.

That’s my King! Yes!

He always has been,

and. . .

He always will be!

I’m talking about –

He had no Predecessor,

and. . .

He’ll have no Successor!

You can’t Impeach Him,

and. . .

He’s not going to Resign!

That’s my King!

That’s my King!

The above is a transcription from the video:
That’s My King – sermon by S.M. Lockridge – video (3:35)

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Followers of Messiah: Let us Keep the Passover Feast

baby lambThe annual Memorial Feast of Passover is again approaching. This is one of Father’s annual Feasts, as commanded of all believers, in Leviticus 23.

The Memorial Feast of Passover is the first of the year’s Spring Feasts gatherings for Yahuwah’s [the LORD ‘s] people. This memorial gathering is Father’s way of reminding His people of His great redemption by the blood of the Lamb, and of His mighty salvation and deliverance.

Yahuwah Elohim [the Hebrew name for the LORD God] has commanded all who follow Messiah to observe this Memorial Passover Feast throughout all generations, as we read in Exodus:

And this day shall be unto you for a memorial; and you shall keep it a feast to Yahuwah [the LORD] throughout your generations; you shall keep it a feast by an ordinance forever. (Exodus 12:14)

And you shall observe this thing [the Passover] for an ordinance to you and to your sons forever. (Exodus 12:24)

The Passover Feast is Father’s annual Feast/Meal gathering for us to remember His redemption and His deliverance — for the past, the present, and the future:

The Passover Memorial Feast remembers the past, by the re-telling of the story of Israel’s deliverance out of Egypt, by the blood of the sacrificial lamb.

The Passover Memorial Feast honours the present, by connecting the salvation and deliverance of Yahuwah’s people with the sacrifice of Yahushua Messiah [the Hebrew name for Jesus Christ], the Lamb of God.

The Passover Memorial Feast speaks of the future, by acknowledging the Marriage Supper of The Lamb in the New Jerusalem, when His Bride, who has been called to the marriage supper, has made herself ready.

Remembering Father’s Promises

Wherefore say unto the children of Israel, I am Yahuwah [the LORD], and I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians, and I will rid [deliver] you out of their bondage, and I will redeem you with a stretched out arm, and with great judgments: And I will take you to me for a people, and I will be to you a God… (Exodus 6:6-7)

The above Scripture passage is an important part of the traditional Passover Memorial Feast, which emphasises these four promises stated by Father God. The Feast [also known as the Passover Seder] is the annual remembrance of these four promises of Yahuwah to His people:

  1. to separate His people,
  2. to deliver His people,
  3. to redeem His people, and
  4. to make His people His own special treasure.

bread and cupThese four promises are beautifully illustrated and exemplified in the four traditional cups we drink during the Passover Memorial Feast.

This Passover Feast is also the time for us to obey Yahushua’s command: do this in remembrance of me — that is, the partaking of the body and blood of Messiah, just as He did with His disciples, and as He commanded us to do (Matthew 26:26-28; Luke 22:17-20; 1Corinthians 11:23-26).

Each year at Passover, it is the designated time to re-emphasise and renew our commitment to Father’s New Covenant with His people, through Messiah’s sacrifice.

At Passover we remember that Messiah is our Passover Lamb, who was sacrificed for us (1Corinthians  5:7-8). We also recall Father’s great promises of deliverance from the bondage of sin, and His abundant goodness and mercy as He leads us through the wilderness of this life.

Passover is the annual appointment to gather together as families with much thanksgiving for a very special appointment with our heavenly Abba (Daddy) Father.

The observance of the Passover Memorial Feast is just as significant as the keeping of the seventh-day Sabbath! Just as the seventh-day Sabbath was established before the giving of the Ten Commandments on Mt Sinai, so also the Passover Memorial Feast/Meal originated, and was established before Moses received the Ten Commandments on the mountain.

The Passover Memorial Feast is a night-time Feast/Meal at the beginning of the 14th Day of the first Biblical month, according to Messiah’s example. We need to be preparing now, as the first Biblical month approaches. The beginning of the first Biblical month occurs at the appearing of the new moon, along with the timing of the ripe barley.

Therefore let us prepare to heed the apostle Paul’s exhortation to observe this Feast, which is one of Father’s extremely significant and necessary ‘appointed times’ for all followers of Messiah:

Purge out therefore the old leaven, that you may be a new lump, as you are unleavened. For even Messiah [Christ] our passover is sacrificed for us: Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth. (1Corinthians 5:7-8)

As the above verses teach us, Messiah Yahushua [Christ Jesus], the Lamb of God, our Passover Lamb, has been sacrificed for us! Therefore, let us keep this very special and significant appointed Feast!

Let us prepare for this Memorial Feast, as well as its second companion Feast — the Feast of Unleavened Bread — by literally cleaning out our homes of all leavening, as the Torah instructs us in Deuteronomy 16:3-4. Let us also be cleaning out our hearts as well, cleansing ourselves of the leaven [sin] of malice and wickedness. Let us keep these Feasts with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth!

He Brought Us Out, That He Might Bring Us In

The Passover Memorial Feast is the annual appointed time for us to gather in our homes and remember Messiah’s sacrificial death, and to give praise, honour, and glory to Yahuwah for the mighty deeds He has done on behalf of His children! His mighty and wondrous deeds include:

  • bringing us out of slavery into freedom,
  • bringing us out of bondage into liberty,
  • bringing us out of darkness into light,
  • bringing us out of sorrow into joy, and
  • bringing us out of mourning into dancing.

Notice Father’s purpose in bringing us out:

He brought us out from thence, that He might bring us in, to give us the land which He swore unto our fathers. (Deuteronomy 6:23)

The Memorial Passover Feast is the annual re-telling of Yahuwah’s awesome and wonderful redemption of bringing His people out! Father brings us out of bondage [HalleluYAH!!], so that He can bring us in — into His liberty, His kingdom, and His plans for His family!

Messiah tells us (Luke 22:19; 1Corinthians 11:25-26) that as followers of Messiah, we are to keep this Passover Feast, in remembrance of Him!

Therefore, Followers of Messiah, … let us keep the Passover feast!

2021 Update:

WHEN is Passover for 2021? See ‘Updates’ at: Updates at Notes From the Wilderness

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