I have a lot of fun with digital design, so I decided to start hosting my little Yahuah inspired art pieces for the world to use to praise His name!
If you look on my navigation bar to the left, you’ll see a new page called My Art Pieces. Click there and you’ll be taken to the page where I’ll be periodically uploading my latest little digital creations for all the world to use.
We have so many beautiful wallpapers and icons/headers for a variety of bible verses with “Lord” and “God” in the text, but almost none that share the love of our Father by His true name. I aim to change that and create modern, beautiful scripts for your personal use. Just link back to me so other people can benefit!
If you’d like to see any personalized ones, I do those too – just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in contact with me and I’ll see what I can do for you. 🙂 I want to share my talents with you all and spread His True Name.
Today I write my notes on Humility, using my method of scripture study in order to read and help digest Philippians 2:7.
I am excited today that my handwriting has improved so much. I am now writing with my left hand in order to help combat essential tremors in my right hand predominantly. I think my handwriting has come out looking great over the many months of practice!!
Humility has different meanings to everyone. What one may view as humbling another many not. And that’s okay. You don’t need to agree to a universal. It’s difficult to accept that because the Scriptures are universal in themselves inherently. The people are divided and conquered by these differing methodologies unfortunately – but the principle of humbling oneself is one of the most common written about in the Scriptures. It’s easy to say that humbling is between oneself and Yahuah, but in the end that’s what it boils down to.
Yahuah truly searches the heart and knows the mind beyond even our own understanding. If we make others more important than ourselves, then we humble. For my own journey, humbling and crumbling often weigh the same amount of grain on the scales. It’s hard to accept that what we need for ourselves isn’t what others need for their own lives – we’re taught to help soothe pains in our hearts in order to heal and let go of things. That’s a principle I’ve held to – in order to properly let go, I need to hear certain phrases or be apologized to or take charge of speaking up for myself. After years of being silenced I found a voice and I intend to use it in order to allow myself power over the feelings that rot holes in my chest.
I am important and I am valid as a daughter in the eyes of Yahuah. I don’t want to let anyone rule over what my heart has and has not done, only Yahusha. I make my spirituality a vital aspect of my ruling life these days but I do not boast about it because I want to remain as humble as I can. I will freely speak on the subject when it is brought to me but I will go no further than I am invited because we are not meant to throw our pearls before the nations that would sooner crush them or cash them in for their own greed.
Humility is a lesson I am continually learning. Cancer has broken me down in ways that I never thought I could undergo. I have been humbled by ovarian cancer and it’s helped me to go to appointments and empathize with other people a lot better than I used to be able to.
I want to continually update this kind of post with new lessons because I believe humility is something we are always learning and always trying to perfect as we go along. So I will make this into a multiple update post. 🙂
I’m still upset about what happened a few weeks ago.
I had been down to nothing in my pantry nor my fridge and was struggling to find a way to make a journey to my very first Chemotherapy appointment. I reached out to the only two Belief siblings I had here because I had no one else I could potentially trust. I asked for a baggy of rice or pasta, and if they could help me find a way to my important appointment.
They never responded.
It hurts my heart to realize that the kindness and the loved Heart of the Messiah is not in their chests. I cried to my Father and I asked Him, how could they allow their own sister to starve to death? I went two days without food before a stranger on the internet offered to give me a bag of their own rice from their family of four. I cried the entire time they came and dropped off their food.
This woman had a baby who was teething at home and she spared me a morsel of her own pantry, food she could have used for her babies and her husband. But my brother and my sister couldn’t even respond to tell me they were unable because they needed to feed their own family. Instead, they flat out ignored my begging for help.
I understand plenty of things and reasons why there is silence but at the same time I would never allow my personal feelings to cloud my Messiah’s heart within me. If anyone came to me begging for food they’d be provisioned with all that I could spare at the moment and then some. I could never allow selfishness and my own feelings to hurt someone in need.
So I thanked my Yahuah for sending His angel to my stairs with her food and I begged Him to correct the error of my siblings ways. They cannot walk in this life with such a cold heart to the needy and poor in health, I beg that He is not too stern but that His point is made cross their hearts.
I prayed for their correction. It’s hard to know that your Belief siblings are not living the Truth wholly but I pray that they are finding their way back through His hands. I guess things are different in practice than in Scripture… but it should not be that way! Regardless of how we personally feel, we should not block one another and fear… we should welcome forgiveness and shelter those who are starving from spiritual or physical need.
So today I ask that you ask Yahuah to give you the Heart of Kindness and Love that the Messiah has perfectly embodied for us. I pray that He corrects you if you stray from the Path of truth and that you whole heartedly accept His discipline, understanding that it is for your benefit not your demise.
I pray for the world to one day come back to the Laws and the goodness that Yahuah has provided for us….
How can we apply this reading to your situation today? How is Yahuah trying to reach you, what is He trying to remind you of?
In the middle of the Shadow of the Valley of Death, I sing my praises to my Father. This may be His plan but I will esteem and rejoice in all that He has to offer me until my last breath.
I apply this reminder today and remind myself of Yahuah’s Plans for my feet. I remind myself of Yahusha’s love for me. It may be dark and full of hopeless feelings but I will try my hardest to make it to the end of the journey peacefully.
Sing your praises, you people of the earth! Give thanks for all that you are blessed with today – the breath you take, given to us from our Father. The food you eat, the water you drink, all that you see – all has come to be through HIM! Smile and rejoice – it is all come to be and has already been done.
Today as I sit up from my bed and read my Scripture, I study MattithYahu 7.
Particularly 7:12 has stuck to my heart and I felt it beneficial to you all to share this with you all.
I recall recently that I had a fellow sister vindictively veil her “assistance” with insults and painful words. This was just before she departed on her own pathway for her own reasons. Tonight I pray for her healing and that she may reflect on herself.
The timing of Yahuah is always perfect – this turmoil with this sister brought me to this lesson as I stewed in why this “kiss off” felt so wrong. I have since forgiven her trespasses for I understand that there was bitterness in her heart that she may address with Yahuah at her own timing and I truly wish her the best on her judgement day.
But it struck a cord – would you treat yourself the way you treated me as I lay on bedrest, recuperating from the first surgery of many for cancerous tumors? Would you wish to be treated coldly and vindictively when the Scriptures ask that we emulate our perfect Brother in his selflessness? We are allowed to walk away from things that make us uncomfortable but the bond of sisterhood and helping our fellow sick rises above petty vindictiveness. I am hopeful that she will find a path to some serious heartwork on her end regarding her denial and bitterness. But it begs that question… how are we treating others? How are we holding the Scriptural Laws in our hearts?
Because the poor one does not cease from the land. Therefore I am commanding you, saying, ‘You shall certainly open your hand to your brother, to your poor and to your needy one, in your land.’ ”
Bear one another’s burdens, and so complete the Torah of Messiah.3For if anyone thinks himself to be somebody, when he is not, he deceives himself.4But let each one examine his own work, and then he shall have boasting in himself alone, and not in another.5For each one shall bear his own burden.
Because he who sows to his own flesh shall reap corruption from the flesh, but he who sows to the Spirit shall reap everlasting life from the Spirit.9And let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not grow weary.10So then, as we have occasion, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of the belief.
Galatiyim 6: 6-10
For Elohim is not unrighteous to forget your work and labour of love which you have shown toward His Name, in that you have attended to the set-apart ones, and still attend.
These are just a few examples from the Scriptures that push us to help one another, to pick up our brothers and sisters in Messiah’s image and to give of ourselves as we’d love to be given to in our own time of need.
I included Galatiyim because I wanted to be sure to understand that I am also accountable for my own deeds and actions. I will give my heart and shoulders to those who ask whatever of me that they are in need of – give my inner garment as well as my outer and my cheek to my sister who hurt my heart. I will give her all that she wishes for because she is my family. I sow to the Ruach, to the everlasting goals of holding our hearts to the Highest. I will examine the works of my hands and my heart to understand from my Elohim how I speak and how I address my family onwards in my journey.
My family, love one another. Do so much good that it bursts from your hearts and falls from your lips each day.
This is My command, that you love one another, as I have loved you. No one has greater love than this: that one should lay down his life for his friends.
Yohanan 15: 12, 13
Love one another as Messiah has loved us – perfectly, unconditionally, and forgiving of all faults.
These are the coming Feasts dates that I have calculated using my own few resources.
I calculated the moon dates and ages by hand using a mathematical equation and checked the Scriptures against these dates by reviewing the various verses associated with each. I double checked by going over each equation with a mathematical calculator and a few websites that generate moon ages/lengths.
Please be sure to always, ALWAYS do your own research& calculations in order to be appropriate with celebrating these feasts. I’ve had plenty of time to do my own work but I am human and therefore flawed so these may be as well. I have aligned with three other witnessed Calendars though, so I hope you do too.
Hi, my name is Serayah. I live in Texas, and I am almost 30 years old.
And, I have Ovarian Cancer, Stage 3. So, I am one of the “lucky” women that develops this sickness as an AYA -adolescent/Young Adult.
I am writing this continue my chronology of life events as they happen. I am writing this to bring to light the Truth of Yahuah’s name, His Scriptures, & Yahusha’s perfect love for us. I am writing this as a personal journey where I can share the truth of this debilitating sickness and my own Walk towards righteousness. I have many personal journals but I wanted to share these words with the public in the hopes that I can help spread the Good News to the cyber world.
These days have been long and tiring. They’ve beaten me down and I have carefully risen back to my knees to pray to Mashiach for the strength to hold on to His loving-commitment.
I understand that His loving way includes the endurance of trials and obstacles. At the moment I am incredibly weak and unable to stand much more of the pains. But I am reading my HLLYH Scriptures and today I am reminded that His love is perfected in my weakness. What better way to teach the meek ones His way (Teh 25:9) than by sharpening the endurance necessary to face the nations’ and the negativity that brews inside it?
Stand strong in whatever battle you are facing today and repeat in your heart that this trial is nothing compared to the everlasting Love that awaits in the Wakened World. Stand and say, “This pain is nothing for my Messiah and my Elohim smile upon my aching feet and reach Their hands towards my outstretched arms.”
How beautiful is the love that Yah has for us? How strong of a Father must He be to endure watching His beloved children suffer so that they may perfect themselves in that pit of weakness?
Turn your face to me, and show me favour, For I am lonely and afflicted. The distresses of my heart have enlarged; Oh, bring me out of my distresses!
Today, I choose to pray for strength and the ability to stand on my own feet. I ask that my brothers and sisters join me in prayer wherever they are and whenever they see this message.
Today I pray for all of my body. I pray for the strength that only You can give, Elohim. I pray for the ability to endure what lies in my path and I ask for another day to draw closer to you.I pray that my brothers and sisters may find peace in their hearts for whatever trouble they are facing at the moment. I ask that You find it in Your loving heart to favour their wishes so that we all may find our ways back to You.