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Haderekh Messianic Devotional

Hoshiah (2)

'He will come and save you' Isaiah 35:4 (KJV) The Hebrew word 'Hoshiah is translated save' in translations of the Bible, however the full meaning of the word is actually much deeper. 'Hoshiah' means saves, heals, restores, delivers and makes whole. That gives a different understanding to salvation and to what Yeshua came to do; yes, He came to save the sinner, save the lost, but for what? Eternal life definitely, but not just that! He came to save mankind and restore them; deliver them from the evil that surrounds them, and the pull of the flesh within them. He came to make people whole;...

Hoshiah (1)

"Who is this who even forgives sins" Then He said to the woman, 'Your faith has saved you. Go in Shalom.' Luke 7:49-50 (NKJV) One word that believers use to describe themselves is 'saved', but what does that actually mean? The Hebrew word that the Bible uses is 'Hoshiah', which means a lot more than just being 'safe'. Yeshua had an amazing ability to annoy people who thought that they had Yehovah all sorted out! He was always bursting people's bubbles, particularly when they put themselves between ordinary people and Yehovah. For example, take the occasion when Simon, a local religious...

LOVING THE LAND

"These are the people of Yehovah, and yet they have gone out of His land" Ezekiel 36:20 (NKJV) The exile of Yehovah's people is probably the most significant moment in the history of Israel. Perhaps even more that the lives of Abraham, Moses or David, the exile was a crucial turning point. It was so important because they had lost the land. The most shameful thing about being in exile was not the slavery, the poverty, the suffering - it was having been kicked out of the land. Because believers are often a minority, they tend to shy away from praying for the country they live in; instead they...

90 DAYS IN THE SCRIPTURES

As followers of Yeshua, despite our positive confessions and aspirations,
many of us have and still do struggle to get into the Scriptures on a
regular and consistent basis. That can sometimes be because we try to sit
and read long passages, chapters or even books in one sitting. read more…

FROM FEAR TO FAITH

Early in 2020, news began to reach us that the coronavirus, or Covid 19, was beginning to spread rapidly from China, where it appeared to have begun, into mainland Europe. No one, certainly everyday laypeople, had any idea how much this would affect the world in the coming months, nor the fact that it would soon be classified as a pandemic. One of the first places it impacted was the northern region of Italy, where we had close and dear friends, pastors of a large church and leaders of a national ministry which reached many thousands of people across the whole of the country. We began to pray for them, and wrote to tell them the areas and issues for which we felt to pray. As we did so, I realised these same things would be what we would need to consider and seek the Lord over, particularly as, in the following few weeks we in the U.K. would be affected in similar ways. This book was birthed from those prayer points. read more…

GIVE WHILE YOU LIVE

This booklet developed from a study about what the Bible said about how Christians should make preparations for their money, property and other material possessions after their death. Its purpose is to present the Biblical principles regarding what should happen to the inheritance we leave behind, and to provide guidance relating to tithing and giving. read more…