Shabbat Shalom — Holy


Abba…You are holy…and You call us to be holy, too.

Please help us to understand what holiness is
and what it means to be holy as You are holy.

May we carefully look in Your word
to see what YOU tell us about holiness.

May we walk in Your ways
and not in the ways of the world.

May we be purified and
may we keep our hearts purified before You.

Guide our steps that we may not turn
to the right or to the left,
but instead stay on the path You have given us to walk.

As the angels sing eternally before Your throne proclaiming
that You are holy, holy, holy…may our lives proclaim the same.

May every breath we breathe say
“holy, holy, holy is the L-rd G-d Almighty”.

May every action we take point to You as The Holy One.

You are set apart and unique in a way that
we cannot even begin to comprehend with our human minds.

Yet, You have made us in Your image
and You call us to also be set apart and unique…
different from the world around us.

We are to be dedicated to You
and to the work of Your kingdom here on earth.

May Your will be done on earth
starting with each one of us.

Teach us, Abba, through Your Ruach,
how to love You with all of our

Help us to love You and
to love our neighbors as ourselves.

Help us to love on another
and to celebrate Your Ruach
in each one of Your children..

Abba, I pray that we would all be
unified in Yeshua
and that we would understand
the difference between unity and uniformity.

Please bring peace to Yerushalayim,
to Yisrael
and to all who live there.

I thank You and praise You
that more and more Jews are coming to Messiah.
May they ALL come, Abba, for Your word tells us
that the Gospel is for the Jew first
and the Gentile second…
something we also see modeled by Paul in his travels.

May we never forget that You set aside a people forever
by a holy covenant without end.

May those of us who are Gentiles never forget
what and who You have grafted us into.

May we always remember that we are
grafted in.
We are not a separate tree
or a replacement tree.
We are grafted into the root of Jesse,
into the olive tree root.

Thank You for grafting us in, Abba.
What a privilege!

May we walk in holiness always,
living as children of the
Creator of the universe

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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2 Responses to Shabbat Shalom — Holy

  1. Blazon Cornwall says:

    I always appreciate reading what you write Abigal; the Lord bless you all today and always…

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