Haderekh Messianic Devotional

ACTIVE FAITH (2)

'In all things Yehovah works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose' Romans 8:28 (NIVUK) The Bible says that you are saved by grace, through faith, and that Yehovah has a plan for your life if you seek Him! Faith discovers the rewards of the plans of Yehovah. Have you ever experienced the disappointment of believing that Yehovah will heal someone that you are praying for, but they have died? Does that mean that you had failed somehow? Of course not! Faith is the substance of what you hope for, and so if you hoped for healing, then you were operating...

ACTIVE FAITH (1)

'Let him who boasts, boast in Yehovah' 1 Corinthians 1:31 (NASB) One of Jim Burke's first tasks when he became the head of a new projects division at Johnson & Johnson, was the development of a children's chest rub. The product failed miserably, and Jim expected to be fired. However, when he was called to explain his failure before the chairman of the board, Robert Wood Johnson, he was surprised to hear, 'Are you the one who just cost us all that money' Well, I just want to congratulate you. If you are making mistakes, that means you are taking risks, and we won't grow unless you take...

ACCUSATION OR CONVICTION?

'For sorrow towards Yehovah produces repentance leading to salvation, ...but the sorrow of the world produces death.' 2 Corinthians 7:10 (NKJV) An example of the difference between accusation and conviction is found in the lives of Judas Iscariot and Simon Peter. Judas allowed Satan to deceive him into betraying Yeshua for 30 pieces of silver. When Judas realised what he had done, he was so remorseful that he hung himself. This was a result of accusation, because accusation always leads to death, whereas conviction leads to repentance, and life. Peter also failed Yeshua by denying...

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…