Preparing to Walk Into The Land of Uprightness

King David prayed, and asked God to lead him into the land of uprightness:

Teach me to do thy will; for thou art my God: thy spirit is good; lead me into the land of uprightness. (Psalms  143:10)

What is this ‘land of uprightness’ that King David desired to go into?

The land of ‘uprightness‘, as the Hebrew word (Strong’s # H4334 – miyshore) indicates, is a plain and level land, a straight place, a place of righteousness and honesty. Its root word is the Hebrew word (Strong’s # H3474 – yashar) which means ‘to be straight or even.’

How can we be led into such a place? How can we live in a land of uprightness — a place of righteousness and honesty and straight-ness?

The first part of this verse gives us the answer.

Teach me to do thy will

King David wanted to know and do the will, the desires, of Yahuwah Elohim [the Hebrew name for the LORD God].

King David’s example is for our instruction.

Just as King David did, we too are to seek the heavenly Father, and ask Him, “Teach me to do Your will.” This should be our daily prayer — that we may learn to walk according to Yahuwah’s will, according to His desires, and thus begin to walk into the “Land of Uprightness.”

The Strait and Narrow

This is exactly what Yahushua Messiah [Jesus Christ] urged us to do:

Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it. (Matthew 7:13-14)

Yahushua is telling us that the way to enter into life [ever-lasting life], and salvation, is through a ‘strait‘ gate — a confining, narrow and difficult way, and at times, even a distressful way.

But wait a minute! ‘Strait’ and ‘Straight’ are two words that sound the same, but have two different meanings.

Using that word ‘strait‘ to describe the ‘gateway’ to life is a divinely ordained description for us English speaking folks. That word not only describes a confining, narrow and difficult pathway, but it also reminds us of ‘straightness‘ — straight in the sense of truth, and in the sense of walking in level plainness and in righteousness.

The ‘straightness’ of the pathway to life describes walking in a straight path, a path not crooked, a path that does not deviate from the absolutes given to us in the Bible. It describes the pursuit of someone with a true and honest heart, a heart in whom there is no guile, a heart set on doing what is upright and good according to the will of God, as expressed in the written Word of God.

The ‘straitness’ of the pathway to life describes the willingness to endure walking in a pathway that is confining, narrow, difficult, and at times, distressful.

Both descriptions, if embraced, will lead us into the “Land of Uprightness”.

This was King David’s desire — to learn and do the will of God, so that he could walk into the Land of Uprightness.

Begins in This Lifetime

Walking into that “Land of Uprightness” begins in this lifetime, if we hope to dwell with Messiah in the coming ‘new heavens and new earth’:

Nevertheless we, according to His promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness (2Peter 3:13)

We could say that the apostle Peter reminds us from the above verse, that there will be no un-righteousness in the ‘new heavens and new earth’.

Peter asks, “What kind of people ought you to be?”(2Peter 3:11) in preparation for living where righteousness dwells.

The new heavens and the new earth will be filled with those who are already familiar with living in righteousness, holiness, and godliness. It will be a Dwelling Place of Righteousness — in other words, a “Land of Uprightness”.

The kind of people that will dwell in that future Place of Righteousness, are those who have been clothed with the garments of salvation and covered with the robe of righteousness, which are acquired only in advance, through faith in Messiah Yahushua (Isaiah 61:10 and Philippians 3:9 and Romans 5:9).

As important and glorious as these essential garments of salvation are, they are only the beginning of our journey into the Land of Uprightness!

Our Journey into the Land of Uprightness

Our journey into the Land of Uprightness begins with our personal encounter with Yahushua Messiah, at which time we become saved by grace through faith in His blood sacrifice, which He willingly offered for the forgiveness of our sins (Ephesians 2:7-8 and Romans 10:9-10).

Our subsequent growth in grace, and in the knowledge of our Saviour Messiah Yahushua, is an ongoing journey into maturity, holiness, responsibility, and uprightness. It is a journey of producing the fruits of righteousness, which are by Yahushua Messiah (Philippians 1:10-11) It is a journey in which we gladly begin to 1) walk uprightly, 2) work righteousness, and 3) speak the truth in our heart, as we allow Messiah-in-us to live in us, day-by-day (Psalms 15:1-2 and Colossians 1:27).

In this lifetime, we are to practice and learn to behave according to Biblical ‘uprightness’ and ‘righteousness’, in preparation for dwelling in that special Place of Righteousness.

Yahuwah has worked into us Messiah’s righteousness (2Corinthians 5:21), and therefore it is our joyful obedience to Yah’s Word that becomes the ‘outworking’ of the righteousness He has worked into us.

Now is the time to identify ourselves with Biblical uprightness, and to learn the characteristics of uprightness.

Now is the time to be walking in a ‘straight’ way.

And yes, it is true that we fail at times. But Father’s mercy and grace is available to help us stay on His pathway, if we will ask for His help.

None of us can walk ‘uprightly’ without His help! But with His help, we can maintain the needed humility to stay close to Him, seeking His guidance and strength, seeking to walk in line with Yahuwah’s WORDS [the written Scriptures].

Let us begin to practice walking in that ‘strait and narrow path’ — enduring the difficulties and distresses that come with our identifying with Messiah, and with obedience to His Words:

For even hereunto were ye called: because Messiah also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that ye should follow His steps: Who did no sin, neither was guile found in His mouth: Who, when He was reviled, reviled not again; when He suffered, He threatened not; but committed Himself to Him that judgeth righteously: Who His own self bare our sins in His own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed. (1Peter 2:21-24)

In the above passage, Peter is telling us that our calling is to endure distresses and live unto righteousness; in other words, seek to live ‘straightly,’ walking in obedience to Yah’s Word, yielding to His direction in every area of our life.

A Few Examples

Here are a few examples of walking uprightly, examples of works of righteousness that bring us into harmony with Yah’s Word:

  1. The 4th Commandment — observing the seventh day as the holy Sabbath Day.
  2. The 5th Commandment — honouring and respecting our parents.
  3. Being honest and honourable in all our dealings with others.
  4. Seeking Yah’s Kingdom and His righteousness at the start of every day.
  5. Avoiding the observance of pagan traditions and pagan holidays.
  6. Understanding the great importance of the Second Commandment.
  7. Observing the annual Feasts of Yahuwah.

The above are some very basic examples of walking uprightly — not according to man-made church doctrines, but according to the Scriptures. The more intimate and personal details of walking uprightly will come about in our lives as we study to obey Father’s Word, and we maintain a humble and contrite spirit.

In other words, the Scriptures tell us in more precise wording:

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

He that saith he abideth in Him (Yahushua), ought himself also so to walk, even as He walked. (1John 2:6)

Much more then, being now justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath through Him. For if, when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of His Son, much more, being reconciled, we shall be saved by His life. (Romans 5:9-10)

Our abiding in Him consists of walking as Messiah walked — doing what He did, and avoiding what He avoided. He is our example in all things. He is our hope of glory! (Colossians 1:26-27)

Messiah’s life in us is the pathway into the Land of Uprightness. This is the pathway that prepares us and leads us into the glorious ever-lasting LIFE.

May our prayer be as King David’s: Lead me, Father, into the Land of Uprightness.

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Our Life Here is As A Vapour

With all the turmoil happening in the world today, it is very difficult to look beyond the earthly, physical realm. The news of so many disruptive and troubling events can hold us captive, dragging us into foaming, fearful, splashing confusion.

It is understandable to be troubled and discouraged by the current events in the world. So much of what is happening seems far beyond repair!

But for ‘Thirsty Souls’, for those who call on the name of Yahuwah Elohim [the LORD God], let us remember where our focus needs to be:

Yahuwah [the LORD] on high is mightier than the noise of many waters, yea, than the mighty waves of the sea. (Psalms 93:4)

The heavenly Father is mightier than the rushing, turbulent noises of this world!

Yahuwah’s over-riding plans and eternal purposes will prevail. He will see us, His elect, through to the end.

Our life here is hidden with Messiah. We are just passing through, as strangers and pilgrims, on our way to the heavenly city, the New Jerusalem (Colossians 3:1-3; Hebrews 11:13 and Hebrews 12:22).

We are the unseen ones in the earth. The world does not understand us, nor see us.


Because the ungodly, the unrighteous cannot comprehend the invisible Almighty God, the Creator of heaven and earth, Yahuwah Elohim [the name of the LORD God as revealed in the Scriptures].

But we see Him! And we see His Son, Yahushua Messiah [Jesus Christ]! He is the Righteousness of God, the Saviour of the whole world, who is crowned with glory and honour (Hebrews 2:9; 1John 2:2)!

We love Him, we worship Him, we follow Him. He is as real to us as the morning light, as the billowing clouds, as the wind and waves of the oceans, as the quietness of freshly fallen snow.

And when our earthly house of this body is dissolved, then we will have a spiritual house, a building not made with hands. We will have an inheritance that is incorruptible, undefiled, and that fades not away, reserved for us in heaven (1Corinthians 15:44; 1Peter 1:4).

Our lifetime here is a journey into a land of unknowables. The journey may seem long and unbearable, at times.

But soon — like the breath of the wind, like a vapour that vanishes away — in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye — we will be resurrected, and will fly away into the secure and ever-lasting arms of our Saviour, to abide with Him forever (James 4:14; 1Corinthians 15:52).

All that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. And the world passes away, and the lust thereof: but . . . he that does the will of God abides for ever. (1John 2:16-17)

Let us remember . . . Yahuwah is mightier than the noise of many waters! His purposes will ultimately prevail! Let us keep our eyes on Him, doing what is pleasing to Him, being watchful in prayer and obedience.

And when Messiah, who is our life, shall appear, then we shall also appear with Him, in glory (Colossians 3:4).

Thank you Father, for Your comforting Words, and for the strength of Your love to hold me close to You. Help me to be ready for Your appearing. Help me to endure patiently this journey with You, and not grow weary. Help me to honour You in all I do. In Yahushua Messiah’s name I pray. Amen.

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The Baby in Your Womb: Give Birth to God’s Plans

Giving birth to a baby is an awesome experience. Whenever it happens, the event is surrounded with immense joy! The joy is anticipated for nine months, beginning at the start of the baby’s life — the moment of conception.

The moment of the conception of a baby is an amazing and mysterious event! It is at that very moment that a ‘spark of life’ occurs, and the life of another person begins, all within the secret depths of a woman’s womb.

But how could it happen? . . . that an innocent baby in a woman’s womb is considered, by some, as something to discard, as if the pregnancy is a burdensome inconvenience?

Of course, some babies are conceived as a result of a mutual love between a husband and wife, and therefore the anticipated birth of their baby is a joyful and most desirable event.

Yet the circumstances surrounding the conception of some babies greatly hinders the joy of their anticipated birth.

As we all know, when some babies are conceived, no one involved wants the baby!

If you are someone dealing with the ‘problem’ of an unwanted pregnancy, then stay with me and allow me to reveal a perspective that will give you hope.

Does God Make Mistakes?

It is unfortunate but true, that some babies are conceived in the midst of the trauma of rape. When this happens, usually, no one wants the baby.

And then also, some babies are conceived as the result of a momentary, forbidden pleasure between a man and woman — by those not married (fornication), or between those married to someone else (adultery). When this happens, the majority of the time, both the man and the woman have no intention of taking any responsibility for the baby.

These kind of regrettable circumstances make the birth of a baby very undesirable. And this is what I want to address.

In the case of these so-called ‘undesirable’ births, we must ask ourselves an important question:

Did God make a mistake?!?

Did God, who is the Author of Life (Psalms 36:9; John 1:3-4; John 5:26), make a mistake in allowing the ‘spark of life’ — the conception of a baby — to happen in the unfortunate circumstances described above?

I am confident that God does NOT make mistakes!!

Even in the cases of rape, incest, fornication, or adultery, if a baby is conceived, there is a very definite FACT regarding that innocent baby:

  • God, most definitely, has a plan for THAT baby! God has a specific and definite plan for each and every baby that is conceived!

No matter the circumstances surrounding the conception of a baby, the fact that conception actually occurred means that God has taken a situation that may appear dreadful, or even evil, and He has turned it into a divine plan — a specific plan — for THAT specific baby!

How can we know this?

Let me explain . . .

His Over-Riding Goodness

Of course, it is true that God does NOT desire for anyone to experience rape or incest or fornication or adultery! The heavenly Father is good! He is loving and He desires for each one of us to BE good and kind and righteous in all we do.

However, our Creator, Yahuwah Elohim [the Hebrew name for the LORD God], has given us the ability to choose what we do.

Sadly, many choose to do things that are evil, things that are wicked, and things that, perhaps unknown at the time, are offensive and grievous. Though God has revealed His ways and instructions in the Bible, unfortunately many choose to defy and ignore His instructions.

But Yahuwah is The Living God, Creator of all things, and His goodness will ultimately over-ride the wickedness in this world. He is good to all, even though we may not have the spiritual eyes to see it. Our heavenly Father’s goodness is far-reaching, and is stronger than all!

God reveals His over-riding goodness in several instances in the Bible, where He takes a situation that is evil, and He turns it into a blessing.

One Biblical example where we see this demonstrated is the account of the hatred of Joseph’s ten older brothers (See Genesis 37:3-11). It was evil for Joseph’s brothers to hate him. And because of their hatred, they eventually sold Joseph to some travelling merchants, who took him to Egypt. Yet Yahuwah turned this evil circumstance into something that ultimately blessed multitudes! The day came when Joseph forgave his brothers, and he told them:

“You plotted evil against me, but God turned it into good, in order to preserve the lives of many people who are alive today, because of what happened” (Genesis 50:20).

What Joseph’s brothers did to him was certainly evil. But God turned their wicked plot around. God turned it into something good. And God does the same thing for us today.

Whenever a heartbreaking or unfortunate circumstance results in the conception of a baby, then God is able to turn it into something good, a blessing for many!

Regardless of some of the regrettable circumstances that surround the conception of some babies, the fact remains: when conception occurs, God has allowed the ‘spark of life’ to happen, and therefore, God has a specific plan for that specific baby. And God’s plans are always full of goodness (Jeremiah 29:11 and Romans 8:28)!

The Facts of Life

We must realize that the conception of a baby is not an absolute, happen-every-time result of the sexual act! Conception is not an automatic consequence of every sexual act.

Yes, it is a fact of life that God, the Creator of all life, set in motion from the beginning of time, the whole process of how conception happens. Every one knows the ‘facts of life’ — the unchangeable law of sexual relations — that when a man and a woman come together sexually, then a baby is often the result! This fact of life is normal, natural, and necessary!

But notice that word ‘often‘. The sexual act between a man and a woman does NOT mean that a baby will always be conceived.

There are many factors necessary in order for conception to actually occur!

Certain, precise biological conditions have to be working at optimum levels for the ‘spark of life’ to occur, and for a baby to be conceived[1][2].

In this day and age of amazing technological and scientific discoveries, it is now possible to understand the intimate, complex, multi-step processes that are required for the conception of a baby to actually happen[3][4].

The whole process is so complex, so intricate, so complicated, that when conception does happen, and a baby is conceived in a woman’s womb, then it has to be because God alone has ordained it; He established and ruled it to be!

A Particular and Specific Time

Think of all the women in the Scriptures who sincerely wanted to conceive and become pregnant, yet were unable to conceive. However, it happened that these women finally did become pregnant! Why? Because at a particular and specific time, Yahuwah Elohim ordained conception to happen; He ruled it to be!

Examples such as Sarah, Abraham’s wife; Rebekah, Isaac’s wife; Rachel, Jacob’s wife; Hannah, Elkanah’s wife; Manoah’s wife (Samson’s mother); and Elizabeth, Zacharias’ wife — all these women conceived a child in their womb, ONLY at the precise time, when Yahuwah had determined it!

Only when the Living, Almighty God, Creator of the universe, determines that the specific, particular time for all the intimate, biologically complex, multi-step processes are to come together — exactly and perfectly — only then, does conception occur!

Conception is not a random thing! Conception is something ordained by the Creator of all things — Yahuwah Elohim.

It is true that many women conceive without difficulty, and that is the way Yahuwah has ordered it.

But the statistics prove that conception is not an automatic result of the sexual act. More than five million people of childbearing age in the United States — or one in every 10 couples — have problems with infertility[5].

These couples prove the fact that all the biological, complex, multi-step processes must be perfectly lined up in order for conception to happen! The only ONE who can order all these processes to be perfectly lined-up is the Creator of ALL life — the God of the Bible!

So Dear Reader, no matter how a conception occurs, a pregnancy is the start of a life that God intends to bring forth to completion, because GOD HAS A PLAN FOR THAT BABY!

Yahuwah Elohim is well able to turn what we might consider a terrible situation, into something good.

IF God allows the conception of a baby to happen, no matter what the circumstances, then we must believe God, and trust Him, that He has allowed a life to be created for a divine purpose, and according to His plan!

Minka Disbrow

Here is one modern-day example of a woman who conceived a baby as the result of a traumatic rape.

In 1928, 16-year-old Minka Disbrow was on a picnic with friends, at a park in the woods, when she was assaulted and raped, and she became pregnant. The baby was secretly born, and given up for adoption. But even before the baby was born, Minka began to love the baby growing in her womb. And though she gave the baby girl up for adoption, Minka continued to love the child, trying for decades to relocate the girl[6].

Minka finally did reconnect with her daughter, 77 years later. Minka learned that her daughter, Ruth, was blessed with six children of her own. One of her children was the NASA astronaut Mark Lee, and another son was a West Point grad, Army Lt. Col. Brian Lee[7].

We must consider the life of Minka’s daughter Ruth. She was a child conceived as a result of rape. She was adopted by a family, who loved her as their own. Ruth was a happy and grateful girl, and she eventually married, and lived a wonderful life. When we think about what happened to Ruth, we have to say, “YES, God had a plan for her life!”

As for Ruth’s six children, they would all say how immensely grateful they are that Minka did not abort her innocent child — a child that was conceived by rape.

The Plans I Have For You

We do not know the plans and purposes that Yahuwah has ordained for each and every person that is conceived. But it is absolutely true that each person that IS conceived is someone that the Creator of the universe loves, and has ordained to fulfill Yah’s plans!

Parents never know what plans their child will fulfill. But none of us should ever think that a baby in the womb has no purpose. Every baby in the womb is precious!

The womb is Yah’s secret and mysterious workshop, where He carefully and intricately, forms every ‘fearfully and wonderfully made’ person (Psalms 139). We should honour His awesome and excellent handiwork, and allow each baby to live, and fulfill the hopes and dreams that Yah places in their heart.

Yahuwah declares that He has plans for each one of us:

  • For I know the plans I have for you, declares Yahuwah [the LORD], plans of peace (well-being), and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope. (Jeremiah 29:11)
  • Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of Yahuwah [the LORD] that will stand (Proverbs 19:21)
  • But He [Yahuwah] is unchangeable, and who can turn Him back? What He desires, that He does! (Job 23:13)

These verses remind us that Yahuwah has plans for every person, plans of goodness and hope. Let us not rely on our own human understanding, but let us trust in the eternal WORD of God, who is watching us, loving us, and giving blessings and mercies to those who put their hope in Him! Let us come into harmony with HIS plans!


It is true that our Creator has given every single person the ability to make decisions. Each one of us can choose to do whatever we please. And sadly, it is a tragic fact that many people choose to do things that are wicked and unrighteous. However God is very aware of the wicked things that go on in this world.

  • Yahuwah [the LORD] looks down from heaven; He sees all the children of men. 14) From where He sits enthroned, He looks out on all the inhabitants of the earth. 15) He fashions the hearts of them all and observes all their deeds. (Psalms 33:13-15)
  • He who planted the ear, does He not hear? He who formed the eye, does He not see? … “Can a man hide himself in secret places so that I cannot see him? … Do I not fill heaven and earth?” declares Yahuwah [the LORD]. (Psalms 94:9; Jeremiah 23:24)

None of us can hide from Yahuwah. He sees all we do, and He weighs carefully the thoughts and motives of our heart. One Day, He will bring to light the hidden things of darkness, “for God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil” (Ecclesiastes 12:14; see also Isaiah 3:11).

“The things [of this world] are out of course; sin is rampant, saints are wronged, they are often defeated in a righteous cause, they can meet with no justice here, justice [here] is turned into wormwood. But there is a day coming, when God will set things right; He will do every man justice [including preborn children]; He will crown the righteous, and condemn the wicked.He has appointed a day in which He will judge the world.’ (Acts 17:31)” – Thomas Watson (emphasis mine)

The counsel and eternal plans of Yahuwah will stand firm, throughout all generations, regardless of anyone’s ignorance, disobedience, or sinfulness. He sees the wickedness more clearly than we do, and yet, He permits it. Why? Because He has given us the ability to choose what we do. But ultimately, in the perfect timing of the King of the universe, in the appointed Day, He will over-ride the wickedness of the human race, and everyone will see the divine justice of God.

All of Yah’s works are truthful, and His ways are right. And those who walk in pride, He is able to humble. The sovereign purposes of Yahuwah Elohim will prevail! (Daniel 4:37; Psalms 33:11; Isaiah 46:9-10; Proverbs 19:21):

Yahuwah tells us: “As I have planned, so shall it be, and as I have purposed, so shall it stand (Isaiah 14:24)!

Let us be firm and settled in our conclusion . . . that whenever the conception of a baby happens, it is the start of a new life, and God has a purpose for that life! Let no one kill that life! That life, that baby, is someone whom God loves and has been ordained to be! God has plans for that baby!

Therefore, may it be that each woman who carries a baby in her womb, accept the new life that God has given, and then . . . give birth to God’s plans!

If you are pregnant and need free, confidential support, visit Pregnant? Get Help Here.

Dear Father in heaven, I thank You for the precious gift of life! Help me Father, to value and choose life for my baby. Help me to seek Your guidance, strength, mercy, and repentance. I ask for Your grace to help me serve You, by choosing life for my baby, and by honouring Your plans for my baby. I ask this in the name of Your Son, Yahushua Messiah [Jesus Christ], my Saviour.

For those who have had an abortion, or for anyone considering an abortion, we must remember that abortion is taking the life of another person — it is murder — it is a sin against God Himself.

However, we can ask for, and receive, God’s forgiveness for our sins, including abortion, if we sincerely repent. No matter how bad, no matter how numerous, God’s forgiveness is available for repentant sinners. See Help After Abortion.
Another resource for help after abortion: Is Post Abortion Syndrome a Real Disorder?


  1. What Exactly Happens When Sperm Meets Egg? – 3:40 video
  2. Conception explained – 2:05 video
  3. Human Fertilization (Wikipedia)
  4. Fertilization – 5:42 video
  5. Myths About Infertility
  6. The Waiting: The True Story of a Lost Child – by Cathy LaGrow
  7. Reunited After 77 Years

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