Haderekh Messianic Devotional

HOPE ON THE JOURNEY

'May the Yehovah of hope fill you with all joy and Shalom as you trust in him,' Romans 15:13 (NIV) Hope is your desire with a faith-filled sense of expectation from Yehovah that these promises will be fulfilled. Let the water of His Ruach soak your life so that new shoots of hope flourish in your heart. Invite Yehovah to come and fill you with a fresh sense of joy and Shalom. Let the joy of the certainty of His promise fill you, but also let Shalom rule your emotions; let Yehovah conquer all the fears that shout, 'Do not hope - you will only be disappointed!' Don't allow the enemy to...

MIND YOUR MIND!

"Daniel, 'was found to have a keen mind' the ability to interpret dreams, explain riddles and solve difficult problems..." Daniel 5:12 (NIV) So often in the believers life it is easy to become concerned about your heart issues, but not sure what to do about your mind! You can even sometimes end up with the impression that your mind is a hindrance to Yehovah, and that it is more important to feel than to think! However, Yehovah wants to have informed, well-rounded people, who love Him with all of their heart and mind. Many people carry labels from their school days, where they were told that...

A KINGDOM MIND-SET

'you are not mindful of the things of Yehovah, but the things of men' Matthew 16:23 (NKJV) So often the ways in which we have been taught to think, can become a hindrance to the purposes of Yehovah in our lives. In this narrative from the Bible, Peter allowed his natural emotions and logic to direct his decision making, and response to Yeshua. He didn't want Yeshua to go to Jerusalem as it was dangerous, so his natural thinking concluded that it must therefore be wrong, however Yeshua had to correct him! Most of the processes of thinking and deduction taught in secular education are contrary...

MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE

This book was inspired by the verse in Matthew 13:52, in which, to paraphrase, Jesus said that someone who is instructed – or skilled – in things of the Kingdom of Heaven, is like someone who “brings out of his treasure both new and old things. read more…

MORNINGS WITH YEHOVAH

In the natural realm many of us are accustomed to eating “on the go” – starting off our days in a rush to get to work or to school – maybe grabbing a piece of toast or a cereal bar as we head out of the door. If we have lunch at all, we eat it at our desks, keeping up with the workload that surrounds us. Then at night, if we are fortunate, we sit down to eat our dinners, often the largest meal of the day, on a tray in front of the TV. Then we are too full and too tired to move – and so in the evenings we become “vegged-out” “couch potatoes.” read more…