The words my teacher Pastor Steve Gray spoke Sunday June 10th were the words that this Jewish believer in Yeshua needed to hear. These words served as a huge wake up call.
“G-d’s kind of love never fails. Always is the key.”
Then try this on for size:” Transform, my people into a new creation.” Followed by these gems:” These places not to fail in faith, love and hope.”
Then I saw our (my) Jewish roots from the beginning of time. It all started with Adam and Eve, followed by Avraham, Yitz’chak, and Ya’akov, Moshe, David and Yeshua. I saw liberation from Egypt the golden calf, the ten spies, the destruction of the first and second Temples, the Holocaust. Yet, no matter what happened to us Jews G-d was always there to save us Jews.
What a gift from G-d.
This is G-d’s love.
Then I knew it is time for me to stop acting like his majesty the baby. It is time for me to grow up and act like the G-dly man I was born to be.
You are right Pastor Steve I have a people problem. Without people what a lonely place the world would be. For without people how would this Jew do the mitzvahs G-ds gave me. How would this Jew transform the world into sparks of light if G-d didn’t create people? How this Jew learn to forgive if people didn’t exist.
Thank G-d for people for without people there would be no Jewish people.
You asked the question Pastor Steve is wrong with me?
It is me and how I interact with people. All the time my problems stem from this one simple fact. It is call optical recitalist? My eye balls are hooked up to my rear end and I have a crappy outlook on life.
The cure for this is turn back to G-d. Study and do G-d’s word. Treat my wife and my family, my friends and enemies the way I would like to be treated. With G-d’s perfect love of forgiveness, understanding, mercy, generosity, kindness, and most important of all love. Buy doing these acts this will help pave the way for HaShem-Yeshua to return to reveal to the world the one true living G-d the G-d of my forefathers Avraham, Yitz’chak and Ya’akov.
Thank you, Pastor Steve Gray, for being my teacher. Without your teachings I would be lost.
These words are straight from HaShem.