It is written:
“The Messiah redeemed us from the curse pronounced in the Torah by becoming cursed on our behalf; for the Tanakh says, “Everyone who hangs from a stake comes under a curse.” (Galatians 3:13 Complete Jewish Bible)
We can be so thankful that Yeshua the Messiah took upon Himself all the sin of the world. Yeshua bore the curse for us so that we can come to YHWH’s Holy Throne clothed in Righteousness.
Yes, for us, Jews and non-Jews, Believers in Yeshua HaMashiach, we have now unlimited access to the very throne of YHWH, the Almighty Elohim of Isra’el.
Therefore, let us confidently approach the throne from which YHWH, our Elohim and our Father, gives Grace, so that we may receive Mercy and find Grace in our time of need (Hebrews 4:16).
And as we are talking about need, let us always be desperate for YHWH, even in our times of abundance. We never really outgrow our dependence on Him. The very attitudes that put us in a position to receive His Blessings are the attitudes that keep us in that position.
Do we really want YHWH to continue to lift us up? Then through our union with the Messiah Yeshua, we need to approach Him with a lowly, humble attitude and never forget our absolute need to depend on Him.
Let us acknowledge and recognize our weaknesses so they may become conduits for the brilliant Light and overwhelming Power of YHWH. The light of the knowledge of YHWH’s Glory shining in the face of the Messiah Yeshua, can overcome the darkness that lurks in our hearts (2 Corinthians 4:6-7). It is in our weakness that YHWH’s Power and Strength are made perfect (2 Corinthians 12:9–10); His Light overpowers and then shines out of our darkness.
Let us not wait until we are perfect, until we fix all our cracks, to offer ourselves to YHWH, then we will never do so. But let us offer ourselves to Him with ALL of our frailties and flaws, our damage and darkness, His Light will permeate our cracks and then shine through them. He will overcome our brokenness with His Strength. We remain jars of clay, but jars of clay are particularly appropriate vessels to highlight the glorious Power of YHWH, as they have none of their own.
“SHALOM ALEIKHEM !” to ALL, Jews and non-Jews, who belong to the Messiah Yeshua. May YHWH, the Elohim of Isra’el, our Elohim and our Father, in all things be glorified.
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