We believe that we are living in a time of restoration. Many things are being revealed to us and restored to us. The seventh day Sabbath has been restored to us. The Biblical feasts have been restored to us. More and more, we are being taught to keep Abba YHVH’s commandments. We, being in the Diaspora cannot keep any of the commandments perfectly. We keep Sabbath, but we can’t do the commanded offers; we celebrate the feasts and there also we lack. We believe that we should be observing all the Sabbaths: the weekly, the annual and the seventh year Sabbath as well. This will, likewise, be difficult to keep in the Diaspora, but nonetheless, not impossible. There is more to the Sabbatical year than just the commandments regarding the land. We also have to release every debt. It remains part of YHVH’s divine reckoning of time. We won’t be able to do it perfectly. It is about keeping YHVH’s way to the best of our ability and with a willing heart.
What do you do when you get ill? What do you do when your child becomes ill? Do you automaticaly pick up the phone and call the doctor or do youÂ consultÂ the internet or your guide on herbal or natural remedies?Â What about healthy eating?Â Homeopatic remedies?Â Ayurvedic medicine? Healing frequencies? Linen garments? There are so manyÂ different possibilities out there. What do we choose ? What can or should we as believers in Yahovah do when we or our family members get ill? We are His set-apart people. Can or shouldÂ we as His set-apart people be putting our faith in any of the above or should we turn to Yahovah in prayer? I believe that we need to first and foremost seek Yahovah in prayer in order to know what we should do and then act in obedience. Doing anything other than that is idolatry! That is quite a harsh statement. Let us explore this further.