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Lean not...

"Trust in El-Yahuah (God) with all your heart, and lean not unto your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths." Proverbs (Mishlei) 3:5-6 To my friends on FB, there are many, many things that I don't understand, and to be honest many of those things I am constantly working on...they bother me still. It is at those times this scripture is brought to mind. When the things that I do not understand; why that had to happen, why couldn't it have been different... why me...why them?...when those things begin to get to me and I am troubled, sad, brokenhearted...then it means that I am "leaning" on my own understanding and not Him; it means that I am not acknowledging Him in ALL my ways, but instead I am acknowledging my own intellect and strength. Yahuah (God) cannot lead me out of my darkness and frustration until I acknowledge in my heart and mind that He is the Great I AM, and knows ALL... Every reason, every answer, ev

Submitting to the process

This morning I looked down that long row of shrubs that needed to be trimmed and thought “How in the world am I going to get through THIS?” About 2 shrubs into the job and many more to go I considered jumping ahead , but then I would still have to come back and finish the ones left undone; I even thought about working from the end backwards, but once again in order to complete the job, I would STILL have to trim the rest. Eventually I submitted to the task of completely trimming one shrub at a time and finally looked at the finished work with satisfaction of a job well done.  In this life Mishpacha, we also have to “submit to the process”. There are many scriptures that tell us that Yah has a plan for us, like Psalms 32:8 “I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go: I will guide thee with mine eye.” and yet instead of trusting Him in the process of our journey we sometimes choose to do it our way. When we think that Yah is not answering our prayers fast enou