God has made a way for us to fulfill the goal of holiness which is to be one with God and to please Him.
When the text is translated back into proper Hebrew, the word was not a bird, but a man, specifically the priest who was in charge of locking the Temple doors at night and unlocking the doors each morning.
Suppose you were in church on an important holiday when even the non-regulars are there and in the middle of the pastor’s sermon some man stands up and begins to shout….
Our love for God is not determined by feelings but by obedience and commitment, based simply on faith in who we know Him to be!
We keep trying from “down here” to get to what can only be received from “up there.” Trying won’t do it, but trusting will. Trusting that God through Yeshua has already made you “accepted in the beloved” (Eph 1:6 KJV).
A friend sent me a list of some of the names of God recently. As I began to ponder each one, I thought how grateful I am for each of those aspects of God.
Despite the previously politically-correct idea that Islam and Judeo-Christianity have the same God, most of us know that just isn’t so. Yahweh and Allah are not the same God.
We all as Believers are aware that “God is love” (1John 4:8, 16). Any believer with a Bible has always known that verse. But how does God intend for that reality to impact our lives?
Questions and comments come to us here at Messianic Vision. Following are a few of them. Here’s one wondering why we ask for forgiveness when we’re already forgiven.
Prayer, especially praying in tongues, is a vital aspect to our spiritual growth, walking in the supernatural and being sensitive in the spirit.