YHVH wants total devotion and obedience from us, but most of all, a relationship. He also requires loving kindness from us. He wants us to love one another, and to take care of the Levite, the stranger, the widow and the orphan. In other words, He wants us to take care of anybody in need. What does He teach us about this in His Word and how are we to apply this in our lives? Do you know how important this is to YHVH?
Posts Tagged ‘Sabbatical year’
This article is the third in the series on the fourth commandment. We have learned in the previous two articles how the Sabbath was changed from the seventh day to the first, and we also learned the reasons for observing this day. In this article we shall study the instructions for this special day. The Scripture is overflowing with detailed instructions as to how we are to observe this day. The essence of the Sabbath is rest and the instructions for the keeping of the Sabbath revolve around preparation. Here are twelve points to ponder about the observance of the Sabbath.
What is the scriptural standard with regards to eating? How are we to understand these instructions and what is the physical and spiritual significance when we obey? Keeping these dietary instructions is commonly referred to as keeping kosher. The word “kosher” or “kasher” means proper, pure or acceptable. If we say we eat “kosher” we eat what is permissible in accordance with dietary instructions in Scripture.
War is coming and with that, captivity! That is a very dramatic statement but it is very likely! We are currently experiencing terror, drought, famine, earthquakes and plagues all around us. The world is being judged with the righteous judgments from YHVH. What we are experiencing in the world is a cycle of punishment. There is hope; however, only sincere repentance can change this! We shall determine with this article, through the study of the scriptures, the validity of this statement, glean some insight from Habakkuk and focus on what true repentance is.