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The Sixties Radical- Azriel G-d is Looking for Faithfulness !

My teacher Pastor Steve Gray has entered into a new dimension with HaShem-Yeshua.  The teachings are more powerful than ever before.  G-d is using my teacher Pastor Steve Gray to get us ready for return of the Moshiach- the anointed one.

These teachings are rooted in Chassidic teaching. My teacher’s words Pastor Steve Gray mirror my daily Tanya lessons and Torah lessons.

These words knocked my socks off Sunday 10th of Elul 5778 August 19th, 2018.

“G-d is looking for faithfulness not success. I(G-d) need faithful people to run my kingdom.”

HaShem please root out of my all the evil inclination that is in me. Let me see who you really are and let me to do properly Teshuva, so I will cleanse my entire being in order to serve you HaShem Yeshua.

Then I heard the word Kingship followed by do my mitzvahs and do and study my word and important of all know that I HaShem came into this world in the human form of Yeshua to usher in real kingship on earth and I want you to eagerly await my return so we all can go back to the Garden of Eden to worship and praise the one true G-d of your forefathers Avraham, Yitz’chak and Ya’akov.

To paraphrase my teacher Pastor Steve Gray;” For those who have been faithful to me HaShem-Yeshua I(G-d) will be faithful to them.”

This is why I love, I respect and I trust my teacher Pastor Steve Gray. Everything my teacher Pastor Steve Gray speaks is straight from the word of G-d THE TORAH and the Good News.

L-rd let me be a real student and a real doer of the word.

“Gam zu l’tovah” This too is for the good.

The Sixties Radical- Azriel A Quiet Heart

See how beautifully mind and heart complement one another:

The heart is an extremist. Unbridled, it will allow a single emotion to fill its entire space. But the mind finds balance and harmony, even between opposites.

The mind is cold and aloof. To the mind, reality is but a curiosity. But the heart lives in that reality, moved by its every nuance.

The mind must fit everything in neat boxes. And so, it can never grasp truth. The heart, when still and quiet, can hear silence, know the unknowable and grasp the infinite.

When the heart listens to the vision of the mind, it too learns to carry a counterpoint of voices, even the voices of other hearts. When the mind listens to the depths of the heart, it can change the world.

http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/52686/jewish/A-Quiet-Heart.htm#utm_medium=email&utm_source=5_daily_dose_en&utm_campaign=en&utm_content=content

The Sixties Radical- Azriel A Listening Heart

The human heart is beautiful.

The human heart can know secrets deeper than any mind could fathom.

The mind cannot contain G‑d,
but deep inside the heart there is a place for Him.

Yet there is nothing more dysfunctional than a brain controlled by its heart. At the heart’s command, even the finest mind is capable of the most horrid crimes.

Let the heart be quiet and hear out the mind. In that quiet listening, she will discover her true beauty; her deepest secrets will awaken.

http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/52685/jewish/A-Listening-Heart.htm#utm_medium=email&utm_source=5_daily_dose_en&utm_campaign=en&utm_content=content

The Sixties Radical- Azriel We Choose What to Focus On!

These are some of the things I have learned in my Tanya Classes with Rabbi Gordon.

The purpose of man is to do mitzvah and study Torah.  Our priority is action. Mind is over matter. The brain and mind controls the natural and the controls the heart.  Mind controls all limbs.

We Jews create through mediation, study of Torah and contemplation an intellectual love for G-d. We can choose what to study. We can choose what to focus on and this will lead us to spirituality.

Do we control the delight or does the delight control us? The only way I can change is if I have a broken heart. I must admit that I am a sinner. Or better Yet my name is Azriel I am an Alcoholic. This is true I am. G-d blessed me with continuous sobriety since December 16th 1971. My name is Azriel and I am a sinner and I need Teshuvah (repentance).

When I go into exile I drag G-d into the pits of exile with me and HIS good name is sullied.

When I sin, I must return to Hashem.

Judaism is accessible to every Jew. We can develop a love for G-d. It is doable. Why are people desirable of seven-layer cake? This is what makes us tick.

An Evil person even when he is alive he is dead.

Animal sacrifice is only accidental inadvertent sin.  What do we bring to G-d for intentional sin? A broken heart that is the offering we bring to G-d.

There is nothing as whole as a broken heart.

A broken heart is a whole complete entity.

When I sin, I must first have a broken heart before I can come back to HaShem.

I don’t want to be a prisoner to sin.

The Sixties Radical- Azriel Mind Over Heart

True, our hearts are not in our hands. But our minds are: We can think about whatever we decide to think about. And therein lies our power.

The mind rules over the heart—not just as a rider rules over his horse, but in a much more intimate sense. For the mind is the father and the mother, the seed and the womb from which the attitudes of a person are born and then nurtured. The heart does no more than reflect the state of the mind—its turmoil, its resolution, its shallowness or its depth, its coarseness or its maturity.

This then must be the focus of the person who wishes to leave this world with more than he arrived: To engage his mind with all its intensity in thoughts that elevate and inspire, and push away with equal force any thought that drags down and holds back.

And to allow all that labor to pass through the channel from the mind to the heart and give birth to actual deeds.

http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/148219/jewish/Mind-Over-Heart.htm#utm_medium=email&utm_source=5_daily_dose_en&utm_campaign=en&utm_content=content

The Sixties Radical- Azriel Leash Your Heart

Your mind and heart need to build a relationship slowly, somewhat like a pet and its master.

At first, your mind needs to hold your heart tightly on a leash. Your heart screams, “I must have this! I must go there!” And your mind says, “Calm down. We talked this over already and we both agreed you don’t need to.”

The heart screams, “But now I feel I need to! If I don’t, who knows what will happen!”

And the mind says, “That’s because you are a heart. Hearts feel that way. But I am a mind and I know we will survive even if you don’t.”

Eventually, the heart learns the paths and gallops along them with ease. It becomes a mindful heart.

http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/68403/jewish/Leash-Your-Heart.htm#utm_medium=email&utm_source=5_daily_dose_en&utm_campaign=en&utm_content=content

The Sixties Radical- Azriel I have Heard the Cry of my People

Pastor Kathy’s words were straight from HaShem  Sunday August 12th. These G-dly words exploded into the universe. This was more like an earthquakes couple with the voice of G-d when HaShem spoke the Ten Commandments in one breath at Mount Sinai.

“I hear the sound of my people crying out for help. “

Then Pastor Kathy added;” Let the cry of your heart cry out. I hear you.” Then I saw the burning bush on the Mountain of G-d (Mount Sinai).  I saw Moshe stopping and talking to HaShem.  This was G-d answering our cries for help.

Then I heard the cries of us Jews during the destruction of the first Temple coupled with the cries of us Jews when the Romans were persecuting us.  G-d answered our prayers and cries for help when HaShem took the human form of Yeshua. Yeshua walked among us to deliver the Good News.

Pastor Kathy said:” Yeshua is the word and then He read the word.” Then these words came alive before me “Barukh ata HaShem Eloheinu, Melekh ha’olam.” G-d’s

The answer is very simple.

What HaShem did was give us a direct encounter with the creator of the entire universe. The one who spoke the entire universe into being with ten utterances. And thus, this prayer was answered in order to Shepherd us Jews first and the rest of the Non-Jewish World into the new covenant not like the first which we Jews broke when we built the Golden Calf.

This one will never be broken.

HaShem -Yeshua spoke through Pastor Kathy to let us know “This is the year of the favour of the L-rd.”