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Haderekh Messianic Devotional

THE LIFE OF FAITH

'None of them shall teach his neighbor, and none his brother, saying, "Know Yehovah," for all shall know Me.' Hebrews 8:11 (NKJV) Do you know that this life here on earth, is the only time in eternity, that you can experience faith? To act in faith; to choose to believe, pray, seek Yehovah and have Him answer you; to pray for another to be healed, to witness miracles, to hear a precious word from Yehovah for another, and see Him glorified through it. Only during this time on earth do you have the privilege to lead someone to Yeshua, to play a part in someone entering eternal life. Sometimes...

SALT AND LIGHT

'Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven' Matthew 5:16 (NKJV) Have you ever felt that you weren't as good a believer as someone who stands up and preaches to a stadium of thousands, or someone who gives their life to be a missionary serving the poor? Don't judge yourself by someone else's calling! Some are called in this way, but most go about their daily life, being salt and light in the world around them. Remember that Yeshua didn't say,'Go and be salt,' or 'be a light'. Instead, he said 'You are the salt of the earth!You are...

BE CONTENT!

?Righteousness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certainwe can carry nothing out? 1 Timothy 6:6-7 (NKJV) Sometimes the most wonderful times of fellowship can be threatened by seeds of discontent being sowed over trivial matters. In any group, there is always one person who loves to question, challenge, or complain about what is happening, and often for the most insignificant reasons! From the weather, to the accommodation, to how long someone speaks for; the only predictable thing about such a person is that they will complain!...

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…