The goal in my life is to see the world and people as the G-d sees them. Everything happens in life due to G-d’s providence.
G-d get out of me all idols so I can serve only you HaShem the maker of heaven and earth. And breathed the very breath of life into me.
Help me die to self so I can murder the unG-dly in my life so I can become a true servant and slave to you HaShem and Yeshua the Jewish Messiah.
Let me become a true disciple of you Yeshua the Jewish Messiah.
“G‑d continued with the laws governing the conquest of the Land of Israel and the eradication of idolatry.”
[Rather than serve idols,] you must serve G‑d, your G‑d. Exodus 23:25
G‑d established the laws of nature when He created the world; sometimes He acts within these laws and sometimes He overrides them. The two names of G‑d used in this verse refer to these two ways in which G‑d relates to the laws of nature. The first name refers to Him when He ignores the limitations of nature; the second refers to Him when He works within the laws of nature.
Thus, in this verse, G‑d is telling us to spiritually refine ourselves (“to serve”) until the supernatural becomes natural for us, becoming our “second nature.” When we rise to this level of consciousness, we view everything in life from G‑d’s perspective, and see everything that happens as part of His all-encompassing providence.1