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The Sixties Radical- Azriel The Love of G-d

G-d you have given us an unlimited love that you G-d do not show for the angels. We (I) make mistakes. We (I) choose the wrong path.

The angels are perfect.

I am not.

How can this be?

Choice requires G-d to love us by giving us the option of choice. We (I) choose right. We (I) make mistakes. This allows us to have a credit for what we (I) are accomplishing.

G-d you gave us the ability to accomplish something. This is where the real love of G-d comes from. For G-d doesn’t give us everything He lets us do, accomplish and achieve. Yes, we (I) fail at times. G-d overlooks it and continues the process.

This is greatest love G-d has given us.

The Sixties Radical-Azriel G-d’s Gift to Us Prayer!

What a gift G-d gave me.

G-d gave me the privilege, the gift to address HaShem directly in prayer.

The words of prayer powered by the emotion of prayer and directed by our thoughts of prayer what a powerful gift G-d gave us to change us and the world around us.

So, G-d we offer back to you the words you gave us in your Torah.

The Sixties Radical-Azriel Ahavat olam !

Think about these words Ahavat olam. -everlasting love G-d has for us and what the means. G-d the creator of the universe  is concerned about me as an individual. G-d to  create me with all my faults, all of my foibles, and all of my potential, G-d was specific about that. And that was the love that G-d showed me.

When  I go out and act upon the gifts that G-d gave me.  I go out and do G-d’s mitzvahs. I go out  and do acts of kindness, generosity and love these actions show G-d how much I love HIM.

This is due to the fact that G-d loves me.

Thus, through G-d’s love for me I become significant by doing G-d’s will on earth.

What a gift G-d gave me!

The Sixties Radical-Azriel G-d’s Real Love for Us!

G-d chose HIS people Israel with love.

This begs the question what is this love?

It is very simple G-d gave us the commandments. HE gave us a mission. HE gave us a task. We Jews have a special mission from G-d go out into the world to establish Holiness in the world.

This is real love.

G-d gave us the mitzvahs, the commandments to go out into the world to do and be G-d’s people  and to establish G-d’s kingdom. This love G-d gave us is  to be significant in this world.

The Sixties Radical- Azriel The Greatest Expression of G-d’s Love

We are not just creations. We are G-d’s children. G-d gave us the choice to do good or to do evil in this world.

And this is greatest expression of love G-d has given us choice- good or evil.

G-d gives the opportunity to grow, to develop and to acknowledge HIM and to acknowledge the truth and live a life of value.

The Sixties Radical-Azriel Learning from David

When my teacher Pastor Steve Gray said Sh’mu’el told Sha’ul to destroy Amalek for the way they treated us Jews when we left Egypt.  The following thought popped into my head remember Moshe. Go to Shemot. Then the voice narrowed the search down to chapters two, three and four.

Then my teacher Pastor Steve Gray said that G-d directed Sh’mu’el to say to Sha’ul:” I have found a countryman who is better than you.”

When Moshe saw the burning bushed on what was called the mountain of G-d (Mount Sinai) he stopped and began his conversation with G-d.

During those seven days G-d and Moshe argued back and forth. Part of the conversation went like this.

G-d told Moshe that his children would not be used to establish the Moshe dynasty. G-d would use David to establish the dynasty of Moshiach (Yeshua)

Moshe’s reply to G-d was:” My children are not worthy to establish the Moshe dynasty then who I am if I my children are not worthy to establish this dynasty.  Who I am then send someone more worthy than I.”

G-d would not let Moshe say no.

G-d saw Moshe’s true essence.

Moshe was a Shepherd . His entire life was devoted to Shepherding his flock. This began with the sheep and later turned into Shepherding us Jews.

Then I saw link between Moshe, Sha’ul and David.

G-d saw into the true essence of each one of these men. And this is why G-d chose both Moshe and David to lead us Jews.

Both Moshe and David had the true essence of G-d while Sha’ul did not.

L-rd let me have a true essence for you. I am just a guy. That’s it.  There are people better than me. Those who are smarter and wiser than me. If I am called on that day I will do it.

Moshe I am not.

David I am not.

Avraham I am not.

Yitz’chak I am not.

Ya’akov I am not.

I will study and do your word G-d.

I am your willing servant Yeshua.

The Sixties Radical-Azriel Learning from David

These words stuck in my head after my teacher Pastor Steve Gray finished preaching on Sunday February 18th. These words were:” When John the Immerser asked his friends to ask Yeshua this question, ‘Are you the one?’”

L-rd, let me be the one that will serve and honour and glorify you like my forefathers Avraham, Yitz’chak, and Ya’akov.  Please don’t forget that I am a son of Avraham. I make mistakes everyday please don’t let be like Sha’ul who did not fully repent of his sins. Let me be like David. When David was confronted with what he did, David fell on His face and begged you G-d for mercy. David fasted and prayed so hard that he David transformed his evil inclination, animal soul into a true tsaddik- a truly righteous man.

When my teacher Pastor Steve Gray said: “That day.”

L-rd let me ready for that day that you G-d Yeshua are getting me ready for. I am not your first choice so please chose me. I am ready or at least I hope I am. Please Yeshua let me be worthy of this choice.

These words leaped out at me. These are the words I say when I get up every morning:” “Shehechezarta be nishmati”

that you found me worthy of another day of life to achieve and grow.

“Bichemla”

with great compassion to forget our other shortcomings.

“Rabo emunasecha”

and place Your trust in us to make the most of our new day.”

Yeshua you are the one. You are the answer to our prayer “Barukh ata HaShem Eloheinu, Melekh ha’olam”

This is what G-d did when HE took the human form of Yeshua The Jewish Messiah.