I Will Exalt You, My God and King
7 They will extol the fame of Your abundant goodness and sing joyfully of Your righteousness. 8 The LORD is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in loving devotion. 9 The LORD is good to all; His compassion rests on all He has made
(Tehillah of Dovid). [Alef} I will extol Thee, Elohai HaMelech; and I will bless Thy Shem l'olam va'ed .
7 [Zayin] They shall utter the zekher (memory, recollection) of Thy rav tov and shall sing of Thy tzedakah.
8 [Chet] Channun (gracious) is Hashem, and full of compassion; erech apayim (slow to anger), and of great chesed. 9 [Tet] Tov is Hashem to all; and His rachamim is over all His ma'asim.
Tonight, while interceding with the team, for the prayer requests, the Lord gave me a word to share.
He said: "Many of My children live in sin, and I hear them say: He doesn't mind, and they believe that everything is all right.
However, am I not the same? Yes, I am merciful and slow to anger, but does that mean I don't deserve your love? My heart longs for my bride!
Those who rely on Me alone and trust Me and honor Me with pure hearts. The more you desire Me, the deeper I can BE! "
Many who ask for prayer are being confronted with a lawsuit.
Trust Him. Pray before going to court and ask Him for wisdom!
Many believers in the G'D of Avraham Yitzchak and Yaacov persecute each other without searching for His rules, wisdom, and ways. They seek justice in the world.
Although we can read very clearly in His word how He wants us to resolve disputes.
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I have to share this with you. In 2006 the Lord brought the team and me to The Hague to take a prayer walk there. Just when I thought we were done He spoke very clearly that I had to take the team to Leeuwarden.
I had to blow the shofar in front of the courthouse there.
While I stood there, my Bible fell on the floor and, when I picked it up, I saw "The Law Of Yahweh"
After I blew the shofar, He led me to say out loud that HIS law is above the laws of the world.
On the shofar I used, the word repentance is written in Hebrew. Teshuvah.
Nowadays, many ask for prayer because they are involved in a trial, and very often, it takes place between believers.
But we must go back to His laws and rules.
Believers do not sue their brother or sister in the Lord.
If you are forced to settle a dispute in a courthouse, pray and ask the Lord for wisdom. Obey Him whatever He asks of you and whatever it costs. Trust Him.
It is the time of Teshuvah. Repent before His throne of grace and let Him circumcise your heart. Love Him fervently and lean only on Him. Walk like Enoch did. Leaning on The Beloved One 24/7/365.
Then one final point I have to make. When you are going through difficult times, no matter what it is, do not lean upon your own understanding. Do not act out of your own emotions. It is about Him and His ways and His plan.
Father healed me from cancer and of a stroke. Both times instantly, and He saved my life many, many times. But no matter how much I wanted children; it didn't happen. Yochanan and I received a family from Abba ( Father) born in our hearts. The point I try to make is this; His ways are and remain inscrutable. Believing is trusting no matter how the road goes. His will must be done!
1 Corinthians 6
Going to Court Against believers
6 Why do you go to court when you have something against another Christian? You are asking people who are not Christians to judge who is guilty. You should go to those who belong to Christ and ask them. 2 Did you not know that those who belong to Yeshua will someday judge this world? If you judge the people of the world as guilty, are you not able to do this in small things? 3 Did you not know that we are to judge angels? So you should be able to take care of your problem here in this world without any trouble.
Kehillah in Corinth I 6 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)
6 Does anyone of you having a dispute with an Ach b’Moshiach dare to be judged before the resha’im (unrighteous, evildoers) and not before the Bet Din of the Kadoshim?
2 Or do you not have da’as that the Kadoshim will sit in mishpat over the Olam Hazeh? And if the Olam Hazeh is to be judged by you, are you incompetent dayanim to try the smallest cases?
3 Do you lack da’as that the malachim will come before our Bet Din? Not to mention the things of Olam Hazeh!
4 If, then, you have cases concerning matters of the Olam Hazeh, how could you appoint as your Bet Din dayanim men who have no standing in the kehillah?
5 I speak to your bushah (shame). Is there not among you even one chacham (wise man) who will be able to sit in mishpat between his Achim b’Moshiach?
6 But an Ach b’Moshiach takes another Ach b’Moshiach to court, and this before the courtroom of Apikorosim (Unbelievers)?
7 Already, therefore, it is a total defeat for you, that you have lawsuits with one another. Why not rather suffer wrong? Why not rather be cheated?
8 But you yourselves do wrong and practice hona’ah (cheating), and this to your Achim b’Moshiach.
9 Or do you not have da’as that the resha’im (unrighteous ones) will not inherit the Malchut Hashem? Do not be deceived! Neither zannayim (fornicators) nor ovdei elilim (idolaters) nor mena’afim (adulterers) nor effeminate call boys nor homosexuals [IYOV 13:9; VAYIKRA 18:20; DEVARIM 22:22; VAYIKRA 18:22]
10 Nor ganavim (thieves) nor kamtzanim (misers) nor shikkorim (drunkards) nor megadefim (revilers) nor the ones doing hona’ah (swindling)—none of these will inherit the Malchut Hashem.
11 And some of you were these things. But you were washed and made tehorim (clean), you were made to be Am Kadosh, you were made to be yitzdak im Hashem in the name of Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach Yehoshua Adoneinu and in the Ruach Hakodesh of Eloheinu.
12 "All things to me are proper (10:23)!" But not all things are beneficial. "All things to me are proper!" But I will not be mastered by anything.
13 "Okhel (food) for the stomach and the stomach for okhel," but Hashem will destroy both one and the other (1:8; 3:13; 5:5); but the body is not for zenut but for Hashem, and Hashem for the body.
14 And Hashem brought about the Techiyah from HaMesim for Moshiach Adoneinu and will also bring about the Techiyas HaMesim for us through His gevurah (power).
15 Do you not have da’as that your gufot (bodies) are evarim (members, limbs) of Moshiach? Should I then take the evarim (members) of Moshiach and make them evarim (members) of a zonah (prostitute)? Chas v’Shalom! (G-d forbid!)
16 Or do you not have da’as that of the one joining himself to a zonah, that V’HAYU L’VASAR ECHAD ("And they will be as one flesh" BERESHIS 2:24)?
17 But the one with deveykus ("cleaving, attachment" DEVARIM 11:22) to Hashem has achdus (union) in the Ruach Hakodesh with Elohim.
18 Flee zenut (MISHLE 6:23-7:27)! Every chet is outside the body, but the one guilty of zenut commits chet against the body itself.
19 Or have you no da’as that your body is a Heikhal Hashem of the Ruach Hakodesh in you, whom you have from Hashem, and you are not your own?
20 For [the Geulah redemption of] you [from the Golus of Chet] was purchased with a price; therefore, bring kavod to Hashem with your gufot. [TEHILLIM 74:2]
Mishle 3:5-6 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)
5 Trust in Hashem with all thine lev,and lean not unto thine own binah (understanding).
6 In all thy drakhim acknowledge Him, and He shall make yosher thy orkhot (paths).
Proverbs 3:5 Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. 3:6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. 3:7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD, and depart from evil.
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