FAITH GREATER THAN FEAR

Tekemr 15, Cheshvan 16, Thursday, October 25, 2018,

Shalom Selamta Tenayistiling Family,

INI, we, YHWH’S people, Falasha, Beta Israel MEHIRS, near and far, on forty six days from today, in seven shabuas, observe Chanukah.

From the eve of Hadar 23, Kislev 24, December 2-December 10, 2018 we greet ones and ones, “Chag Urim Sam

Facing great and fearful shituations and circumstances?

INCREASE FAITH IN YHWH AND REDUCE FEAR.

  • Torah Portion Bereshit/Genesis to Torah Portion Wayyera contain several examples where YHWH’S people were and are under trials.

    Under trial Abram forsake the place of blessing. Bereshit/Genesis 12: 10-20.

    Under the Noahide covenant men failed. Bereshit/Genesis 11:1-4

    Eve was tempted and failed Bereshit/Genesis 3:4-7.
    In the beginning, YHWH CREATED THE HEAVEN AND THE EARTH.

  • AND

  • THE EARTH WAS WITHOUT FORM AND VOID.

  • YHWH’s Ruach moved upon the face of the waters, that YHWH made.

  • YHWH commanded that there be light: and there was light. YHWH divided the light from darkness

  • YHWH created male and female in YHWH’S image

  • YHWH made a covenant agreement with the male and female that was a condition of life of man who had not fallen away from YHWH into sin.

    When facing the hardest and most difficult of times, INCREASE FAITH in YHWH, THATIS GREATER THAN FEAR OF THE SITUATION AND OR MATTERS.

  • IN YHWH’S continued creative acts and YHWH’S continued covenants, the first Word YHWH spoke were a covenant.

    YHWH IS NOT A MAN THAT HE SHOULD LIE.

  • Sin was and is the act and or condition that separates man from YHWH

  • YHWH does not accept nor allow ones who are not called, chosen nor accepted to be included in YHWH’S covenant

  • There are divine covenant relationships that are salvation, solution and or are redemption for YHWH’S people

  • The COVENANTS are COVENANTS. THEY ARE PROMISES.

    When ones do not understand whatness of matters, lean not to thine own understanding, but in all matters acknowledge YHWH TO GUIDE THEE.

    Shalom,
    Ihit Ahkot,
    Mary Rose