Hebrew is a very picturesque language. The very first letter of the Torah, Bet (B), and the very last letter of the Torah is Lamed (L). In Hebrew you read from right to left.
BL (Bael) while this word is a reference to a false god, it means 'Lord' or 'Master, but as we read from right to left in Hebrew it spells LeB which is the Hebrew word for heart.
Jewish Rabbis teach that Torah, from the very beginning to the very end, is the heart of Yah (The One True God). Some may say that that is an interesting teaching, okay, but let me share with you what Abba spoke to me, in response to my inquiry, "Father, what is your heart?".
We talk about wanting to know the will of God, but how do we know the will of God? We must first know His heart. So, what is His heart? This is the response I received.
I think the Jewish Rabbis hit it on point when they said that Torah is the heart of Yah.
Still, I would like to present a point that I overlooked from yesterday’s message. The message is entitled, “Command GOD”. And while some may shrink at the thought of being able to command God, YHVH, to do anything, I lay out with specificity the manner in which we may be able to do so.
It is quite intriguing that we have such opportunity, In the light of an all-powerful Elohim. If you will indulge me, this point will make it a little clearer.
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When I was a teenager, my younger brother, Rob, found this little sparrow in the grass one spring morning. We had a thunderstorm the night before and this young fledgling sparrow must have been knocked out of the nest.
We searched the trees for a nest, but found none. So, of course, we took her in and did our best to raise her.
When she was fully mended and able to fly we set her cage...