Shabbat Shalom — And he lived

Abba…may we live always with a sense of being in Your presence.

May we always consider our lives in terms of our relationship with You.

May we always walk in Your Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit.

May everything we think do and say bring honor and glory to You.

May our fleshly nature be in subjection to our spiritual nature and may our spiritual nature be always in subjection to our Redeemer.

May loving You, serving You and obeying You be number one in our lives.

May we always remember that the things You ask of us are for our good and the good of Your kingdom.

May we always remember that Your “no” is a good thing, just as is Your “yes”.

May we always remember that Your silence can simply mean that You are testing us…assured that we are ready for the test!

May we always remember that Your chastisement comes out of Your faithful love for us…You are not mean.

May we always delight in Your Torah and in every other part of Your Words to us…both the written and the Living!

May we always choose Your ways and delight ourselves in the things in which You are delighted.

May we always remember Your feasts and Your Shabbats (Your appointed times) with which You have blessed Your people.

May we be thankful that You have invited the Goyim/Gentiles to also partake.

May they be a delight to us in whatever way we remember them.

May we always seek to love You more, to know You more, to live in Your ways more.

Adonai, You are the Holy One of Israel.

You are above all else.

We adore You.

We praise You.

We love You.

We look forward to the return of Yeshua to judge this earth and to remove evil from it.

We look forward to the new heaven and new earth.

Thank You for keeping us safe in the palm of Your hand.

Thank You for never letting us go.

May we remain faithful to You until the end.

b’shem Yeshua


About Abigail

I am a woman who loves life and loves to see others love life, too. I love and serve the Creator, the God of the Bible...the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Because of what the Creator has done in my life, I am here to help others now. I hope we can journey together!
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