Standing at the Seashore

April 7, 2018

 

On the 7th Day of Unleavened Bread during worship, I saw myself standing at the seashore looking out at the waters waiting for the them to part. I looked down and saw suitcases and/or baggage of things I knew I couldn't take with me.  I just wanted to go, but the waters weren't parting. 

 

For those who observe the Feasts of YAH, we come to this place every year--the crossover. We've accepted Jesus, Yahshua, the Lamb of YAH and we've made our obedience visible to the nations around us. He has been faithful to deliver and redeem, and while we didn't leave Egypt with all of our mess, we did hold on to our most precious unnecessary treasures. What did you bring with you when you left Egypt? Crossing over requires that we leave it all behind. 

 

And YAH said to Moses, "Why do you cry to Me? Tell the children of Israel to go forward"(Exodus 14:15). 

 

Are you still waiting for the waters to part? So was I. It wasn't until I moved forward that they began to part. We can't stand on the shore with our unnecessary treasures forever. We must "go forth". YAH will part the waters for us, but we must be willing to walk it out. 


My King is mighty to save! He has made a way for us to crossover and walk away from the sin, lawlessness, that easily entangles us.  He is the salvation, the tower of salvation and the horn of salvation. He is power and might and strength. He sent His Son to reconcile us to Himself. The Door is open; the Way has been made; the Truth is crying in the streets. Go forth, Israel with Christ as your King and His Spirit as your guide. 

 

Shalom. 

Please reload

Recent Posts

April 11, 2020

Please reload

Archive

Please reload

Tags

Please reload

 

Address

2436 Eastend Dr. 
Humboldt, TN 38305

Contact

Follow

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • YouTube

731.410.7134

©2017 by Restoring the Branches. Proudly created with Wix.com