On a Journey Without End
May 4, 2023
2 Peter 2:8-9 “…who stumble because they are disobedient to the Word to which they were appointed. But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a set-apart nation, a people for a possession, that you should proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light.”
Ephesians 2:10 “Do not lose our identity! That is to esteem Him, the creator and founder of our belief, to talk as a chosen race, to walk in possession of His Spirit of set apartness to do His Word, will and works to His good pleasure. All whether Jew or Gentile, must come to Him, circumcised with a circumcision not made by the hand of man, rather the circumcision of the heart for a ‘want to’ heart, buried with Him in immersion, raised with Him through belief, a working of Elohim. A belief in every word unto obedience is the word of Elohim’s journey, identifying us to the Messiah and his journey.”
Matthew 4:4 “by every word that comes from the mouth of Elohim” is the devil-defeating power/Torah that the Messiah used when He was tempted on His Journey.”
Deuteronomy 8:3. “Subversion of the Word will cause you to stumble; a false sense of security, a journey of regrets.”
Revelation 15:2,3 “Those that choose an overcoming journey - “they sing the song of Moshea, the servant of Elohim and the song of the Lamb.” The Messiah says to follow / track after Him.
The song of Moshea/Torah, but belief that its source is from the eternal creator to guide us on a right path, is justification. The keeping of the Torah does not justify us; that would be against the Torah.
The keeping of the Torah’s purpose is to set you apart from the world, keep you on the right path/journey and be a light to nations. The song of the Lamb is possession, belief of His Word - birth by fire/spirit and a stake, cross to nail our forsaken sins to.
Romans 8:29 “to be conformed to the likeness of the Son”, Immersed with Him, to receive a “want to obey” heart, a new man. This kind of journey will make the best day of the everyday rest of your life.