The Key to Success

Do you want to know how to please G-d? Do you want to do what is right? This is very simple yet very hard to do. Die to self and live to serve Yeshua. Thus we will comprehend and do what we are supposed to do.

The Hebrew word for comprehend is taskilu.

This is the one question Yeshua will ask us when we go to HIS judgement room.

Please G-d let my life and actions be yes I died to self and lived to serve Yeshua and the G-d of y fathers Avraham, Yitz’chak and Ya’akov.

This is an ongoing battle in my life.

I ask G-d every morning to live for HaShem and Yeshua, die to self and serve you L-rd. Yeshua is the L-rd of my life.

Thank you Pastor Steve Gray, World Revival Church Kansas City for teaching us to get ready for the mighty move of G-d and revival that is thundering and shaking o the horizon.

I love my teacher Pastor Steve Gray.

Moses then reassured the Jewish people that despite the threats he had just pronounced, they should be confident in their ability to remain true to G‑d’s covenant and enjoy His protection.

 [Moses told the Jewish people, “You must remain faithful to your covenant with G‑d] in order that you succeed in all you do.” Deuteronomy 29:8

The Hebrew word for “succeed” (taskilu) also means “comprehend.” Thus, this verse implies that by fulfilling G‑d’s commandments, we will “comprehend all that we should do.”

There are many aspects of life in which we struggle to determine how to act in the most spiritually positive manner. By living in accordance with the Torah’s instructions, we become sensitive to G‑d’s will. This, in turn, aids us in comprehending how to act in accordance with G‑d’s will in the context of those areas of life not directly governed by specific commandments.1 Likutei Sichot, vol. 14, p. 106.

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