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Second Commandment of the Bible

The 2nd Commandment of the Bible: Word of Yahweh

Welcome to the educational podcast, the home for podcasts of genuine Bible truths in their contexts and meanings. I’m Elder Dan, your host. Today, I will explore and share the Second Commandment from the Ten Commandments given by Almighty Yahweh, the Father in heaven, to His people. So grab your Bible and let’s delve into this very important piece of Holy Scripture.

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The Second Commandment can be found in Exodus 20:4-6 and Deuteronomy 5:8 and it reads, “You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, Yahweh, your Elohim, am a jealous El, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.”

This commandment is clear in its rejection of idolatry, which is defined as worshipping false gods, idols made by human hands, or putting anything before our relationship with Yahweh.

It is important to note that this commandment does not prohibit all forms of art or imagery. Rather, it specifically condemns creating idols for worship. This was a common practice in ancient times when people would fashion physical representations of gods and goddesses to pray to and seek favor from.

But why is this commandment so crucial? Why does Yahweh care so much about His people avoiding idolatry?

One reason why idolatry is so detrimental is that it undermines our faith and trust in Yahweh alone. When we place our hope and devotion in something other than Him, we are essentially saying that we do not believe He is enough to meet our needs.

Yahweh wants us to look to Him as our provider, protector, and source of all good things. When we turn away from Him towards idols made by human hands, we are turning our backs on His love and grace.

Idolatry also has negative consequences on our spiritual well-being. It can lead us down paths of sin and destruction as we prioritize worldly desires over heavenly things and principles.

Furthermore, idolatry robs us of experiencing true intimacy with Yahweh. We were created to have a personal relationship with Him – one that brings us joy, peace, and fulfillment. But when we give ourselves over to false gods, we miss out on the abundant life that comes from walking closely with our Creator.

So how can we apply this commandment to our lives today? How can we guard against falling into the trap of idolatry?

One way is by examining our hearts regularly and asking ourselves what holds a prominent place in our affections: Is it wealth? Success? Relationships? Material possessions?

If anything other than Yahweh occupies first place in our hearts, then it may be time for some self-reflection and repentance.

We must also be diligent in nurturing our relationship with Yahweh through prayer, scripture reading, fellowship with other believers, and acts of service. By keeping Him at the center of our lives and acknowledging His supremacy over all else, we fortify ourselves against temptation towards idolatry.

Remember that breaking this commandment doesn’t just impact us individually – it can have far-reaching effects on future generations as well. As stated in Exodus 20:4-6, Yahweh Elohim punishes those who turn away from Him but shows mercy upon those who remain faithful throughout generations.

So again, let us heed these words from Exodus 20:4-6 and Deuteronomy 5:8 carefully: “You shall not make for yourself an idol…for I am a jealous El…but showing love…of those who love me…and keep my commandments.”

Yes, let’s commit ourselves afresh today to serving only one true Elohim: Yahweh, the Almighty Creator who loves us beyond measure.

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Thank you for listening and joining me today. Kindly share this podcast with your family and friends seeking for the real truths of the Bible. Before I go, let me pray this prayer for you: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. I humbly pray these things to Yahweh in the precious name of Yahshua, the Messiah, amen. Halleluyah, shalom!

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Bible’s First Commandment is the Greatest Commandment of All

The Bible’s First Commandment is the greatest commandment of all in the Ten Commandments

Hello. Welcome to another episode of the educational podcast, the home of the free podcast on biblical spiritual truth. I’m Elder Dan, your host.

Today, I’ll delve deep and share with you the significance of the First Commandment, being the greatest commandment in all of the Ten Commandments of the Bible. I urge everyone to read about the Bible’s First Commandment in Exodus 20:2-3 and Deuteronomy 5:6-7, which both say, “I am Yahweh, your Elohim, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery. You shall have no other mighty ones before me.”

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Yes, the First Commandment serves as the foundation of our relationship with Yahweh, setting the tone for all other aspects of our faith and worship. We are reminded of the utmost importance of loving, honoring, and respecting the one and only Almighty Yahweh in heaven.

By placing Yahweh above all else, we acknowledge His authority, sovereignty, and unparalleled power. It is a call to wholeheartedly devote ourselves to Elohim and to worship Him with reverence and awe. You can learn more about the first commandment in-depth here.

In a world filled with distractions and temptations, it can be easy to stray from this commandment and start placing other things or people above Yahweh. We may be tempted to put our jobs, relationships, or material possessions before our Creator, seeking fulfillment and happiness in these temporary sources. However, the first commandment reminds us that true fulfillment and joy can only be found in Yahweh alone.

Moreover, honoring and loving Yahweh above all else also entails rejecting and turning away from false idols and gods. Throughout history, people have been drawn to worshiping created things rather than the Creator, seeking solace and power in false gods and idols. However, the first commandment warns us against such practices, urging us to remain loyal and faithful to the one true Elohim.

By following the first commandment, we not only strengthen our relationship with Yahweh but also experience true freedom and peace. When we prioritize Elohim above all else, we align ourselves with His will and purpose for our lives, experiencing His blessings and protection. Our hearts become filled with love, gratitude, and awe for the Almighty Yahweh who created and sustains us.

Now, let’s delve even deeper into the first commandment and explore the significance of the Almighty Father Elohim in heaven having one special, very particular name – Yahweh. In Isaiah 42:8 of the Bible, Elohim declares, “I am Yahweh; that is my name! I will not yield my glory to another or my praise to idols.”

The above powerful declaration highlights the unique identity of Elohim as Yahweh, the one true Elohim who deserves our love, honor, and respect above all else. By revealing His name to us, Yahweh invites us into a personal and intimate relationship with Him, emphasizing the importance of knowing and calling upon Him by His true name. You can learn more about Yahweh as the heavenly Father’s name in-depth here.

Yahweh is not just a title or a generic term for Elohim; it is a name that carries with it the fullness of Elohim’s character, power, and presence. When we acknowledge Elohim as Yahweh, we recognize His sovereignty, faithfulness, and love for His people. We come to understand that He is the one who created the heavens and the earth, and sustains all of creation with His mighty hand.

By calling upon the name of Yahweh, we align ourselves with the true identity of Elohim and acknowledge His supreme authority in our lives. We declare our trust in Him, knowing that He is the one who can guide us, protect us, and provide for us in all circumstances. Our worship and devotion to Yahweh deepen as we seek to know Him more intimately and follow His will for our lives.

So, as we reflect on the first commandment and the significance of loving and honoring Yahweh above all else, let us remember the special, very particular name of the Almighty Father Elohim in heaven – Yahweh. May we call upon His name with reverence and awe, knowing that He is the one true Elohim who deserves our utmost love and devotion.

Overall, the first commandment serves as a reminder of the central role that Yahweh should play in our lives. By loving, honoring, and respecting Him above all else, we grow in our faith, experience His presence in our lives, and receive His abundant blessings. Let us heed this commandment and embrace the profound impact it can have on our lives.

I appreciate you tuning in to today’s podcast. Let us seek Yahweh with all our hearts and live in accordance with His will. May you continue to love the Almighty Yahweh in heaven above all else. Thank you for joining me on this episode.

Before I go, let me pray this prayer for you: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace in the name of Yahshua, the Messiah. Amen.

Until next time. May Yahweh’s peace and grace be with you always. Meanwhile, if you haven’t already, kindly subscribe, like, and share this humble podcast with your family and friends who are looking for the real biblical truths. Halleluyah! Shalom and Yahweh bless!

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Psalm 37 Message and Prayer for Israel

Psalm 37: A powerful message of hope and guidance for Israel and those people seeking to navigate life

The title of this podcast is Psalm 37 Message and Prayer for Israel. Hello and welcome to our podcast. My name is Elder Joe, and I am your host. Elder Dan will be out and away for a while, as he’s currently doing missionary work at this time.

Today, I’ll explore the message of Psalm 37 in the Bible. As you’re probably aware, the holy land of Israel is currently under attack by its enemies. I especially dedicate this podcast to the Jewish people in Israel.

What’s written in Psalm 37, you might ask? Well, this incredible text contains messages of hope, comfort, and guidance for those who are struggling with adversity and facing challenges in their daily lives.

Psalm 37 is a psalm of King David (was a man after Yahweh’s own heart, according to the Bible (1 Samuel 13:14; Acts 13:22). It reads:

“Do not fret because of evildoers,
Nor be envious of the workers of iniquity.
For they shall soon be cut down like the grass,
And wither as the green herb.

Trust in Yahweh, and do good;
Dwell in the land, and feed on His faithfulness.
Delight yourself also in Yahweh,
And He shall give you the desires of your heart.

Commit your way to Yahweh,
Trust also in Him,
And He shall bring it to pass.
He shall bring forth your righteousness as the light,
And your justice as the noonday.

Rest in Yahweh, and wait patiently for Him;
Do not fret because of him who prospers in his way,
Because of the man who brings wicked schemes to pass.
Cease from anger, and forsake wrath;
Do not fret—it only causes harm.

For evildoers shall be cut off;
But those who wait on Yahweh,
They shall inherit the earth.
For yet a little while and the wicked shall be no more;
Indeed, you will look carefully for his place,
But it shall be no more.
But the meek shall inherit the earth,
And shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace.

The wicked plots against the just,
And gnashes at him with his teeth.
Yahweh laughs at him,
For He sees that his day is coming.
The wicked have drawn the sword
And have bent their bow,
To cast down the poor and needy,
To slay those who are of upright conduct.
Their sword shall enter their own heart,
And their bows shall be broken.

A little that a righteous man has
Is better than the riches of many wicked.
For the arms of the wicked shall be broken,
But Yahweh upholds the righteous.

Yahweh knows the days of the upright,
And their inheritance shall be forever.
They shall not be ashamed in the evil time,
And in the days of famine they shall be satisfied.
But the wicked shall perish;
And the enemies of Yahweh,
Like the splendor of the meadows, shall vanish.
Into smoke they shall vanish away.

The wicked borrows and does not repay,
But the righteous shows mercy and gives.
For those blessed by Him shall inherit the earth,
But those cursed by Him shall be cut off.

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The steps of a good man are ordered by Yahweh,
And He delights in his way.
Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down;
For Yahweh upholds him with His hand.

I have been young, and now am old;
Yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken,
Nor his descendants begging bread.
He is ever merciful, and lends;
And his descendants are blessed.

Depart from evil, and do good;
And dwell forevermore.
For Yahweh loves justice,
And does not forsake His saints;
They are preserved forever,
But the descendants of the wicked shall be cut off.
The righteous shall inherit the land,
And dwell in it forever.

The mouth of the righteous speaks wisdom,
And his tongue talks of justice.
The law of his Elohim is in his heart;
None of his steps shall slide.

The wicked watches the righteous,
And seeks to slay him.
Yahweh will not leave him in his hand,
Nor condemn him when he is judged.

Wait on Yahweh,
And keep His way,
And He shall exalt you to inherit the land;
When the wicked are cut off, you shall see it.
I have seen the wicked in great power,
And spreading himself like a native green tree.
Yet he passed away, and behold, he was no more;
Indeed I sought him, but he could not be found.

Mark the blameless man, and observe the upright;
For the future of that man is peace.
But the transgressors shall be destroyed together;
The future of the wicked shall be cut off.

But the salvation of the righteous is from Yahweh;
He is their strength in the time of trouble.
And Yahweh shall help them and deliver them;
He shall deliver them from the wicked,
And save them,
Because they trust in Him.”

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So now let me explain the highlights of Psalm 37 to you. The first message that we can take from Psalm 37 is to trust in the Yahweh. The psalmist assures us that if we trust in Yahweh and do good, He will grant us the desires of our heart. This is a powerful message of hope for those who may be feeling lost or uncertain about the future. By placing our trust in Yahweh, we can find the path to success and fulfillment.

Another important message of Psalm 37 is to be patient and wait on Yahweh. The psalmist tells us that the wicked may prosper for a time, but they will ultimately be brought low while the righteous will be exalted. This is a reminder to remain steadfast in times of trial and tribulation, knowing that Yahweh’s justice will ultimately prevail

The psalm also encourages us to refrain from anger and to avoid envy. As we read in verses 8 and 9, “Refrain from anger and turn from wrath; do not fret–it leads only to evil. For those who are evil will be destroyed, but those who hope in Yahweh will inherit the land.”

Envy can also be a harmful emotion, as it often leads to bitterness and resentment. The psalmist reminds us that we should not covet what others have, but rather focus on our own blessings and opportunities.

Finally, we are reminded in Psalm 37 to be kind and generous to others. The psalmist tells us that the righteous person “is always generous and lends freely; his children will be blessed.” This means that by cultivating a spirit of generosity and compassion, we can not only help others but also enrich our own lives.

Overall, I’d say that Psalm 37 offers a powerful message of hope and guidance for Israel and for all those seeking to navigate the challenges of life. By trusting in our Father in heaven, Yahweh, being patient and steadfast, avoiding anger and envy, and being kind and generous to others, we can find the path to success and fulfillment.

I hope this Psalm 37 message and prayer for Israel will be beneficial to you or to someone you know who’s affected by the war in the holy land.

Thank you for joining me for this insightful exploration of this powerful message from the Bible. Yahweh-willing, we’ll see you again next time.

Before I go, let me pray this prayer with you and Israel: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. I humbly pray this to Almighty Yahweh in Yahshua’s precious name. Halleluyah! Amen.

I appreciate you for tuning in to this special edition of the podcast. May Yahweh bless you and keep you, and may His peace be with Israel and with us all. Praise Yahweh for His love, compassion, and justice.

Again, this is Elder Joe, signing off. Kindly subscribe, like, and share us with your family and friends. Take care, brethren. Shalom!

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Not Religious Revival, But Spiritual Awakening

The world and societies need not religious revival but spiritual awakening for Yahweh and Bible truth

Hello and welcome to our podcast. My name is Elder Dan, your host. Not religious revival, but spiritual awakening is the topic of this podcast today.

In this podcast, I’ll explore the importance of spiritual awakening in our lives and discuss how knowing the name of the Creator, Yahweh, is essential for true spiritual growth.

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Religion has been a prominent aspect of human civilization for centuries. However, in recent times, many people have moved away from organized religion and turned towards spirituality. While religious practices and beliefs are still essential to many, spiritual awakening offers a more personal connection to the divine.

Spirituality is about understanding and connecting with the essence of life- the force that binds everything together. The first step in spiritual awakening is acknowledging that there is a Creator or a higher power that exists and connects us all.

In many religious texts, the name of the Creator is mentioned several times with different titles. Still, the actual name of the one true Creator is YHWH, which is pronounced Yahweh. It is essential to note that understanding the name of the Creator is not about worshipping a specific religion but rather connecting with the higher power that binds us all.

The name Yahweh was considered so sacred that even in the Bible, it was not pronounced, and the Jews referred to it as the un-utterable name. Instead, the name was replaced with titles like Adonai, meaning Lord in Hebrew, when reading out stories or texts mentioning Yahweh’s name.

Why is it crucial to know the name Yahweh?

The name Yahweh holds a significant amount of power and energy; it is the name that represents the Creator, and knowing it is the first step in connecting with the divine. It is the name of the Creator that encapsulates all of the energy and power required to start the process of spiritual awakening.

To awaken spiritually, we need to understand the power that exists within us and the power that is guiding us. Knowing the name Yahweh represents the energy that holds the entire universe together and recognizing it enables us to align our own energy with the divine.

The process of spiritual awakening is not easy, but it is necessary. It requires letting go of our ego and connecting with the divine energy that exists within and around us. Knowing the name Yahweh is the first step in this process of self-discovery and spiritual growth.

Understanding the Creator’s name is not about embracing a particular religion or belief system; it is about tapping into the universal force that connects us all. Spirituality can be a deeply personal experience that transcends societal and religious boundaries.

By knowing the name Yahweh, we can begin to align our energy with the universal energy, creating a more harmonious connection with ourselves, the world around us, and the divine.

In closing, while religious revival may hold significance for many individuals, the need for spiritual awakening is more significant in today’s world. The path to spiritual growth starts with acknowledging the Creator’s existence and connecting with Yahweh’s energy. The name Yahweh represents everything that is divine, and it is vital to recognize the power and energy that lies within the name.

This concludes this podcast for today, my dear brothers and sisters in Yahshua. But before I go, let me pray this prayer with you: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. I humbly pray this to Yahweh in Yahshua’s name. Halleluyah! Amen.

Thank you for reading or listening to this podcast about the importance of spiritual awakening and the role of Yahweh’s name. I hope you find it insightful and motivating. Join me for future episodes as I explore different avenues of true spiritual exploration and growth. Until next time, stay connected to the divine within yourself and everyone around you.

Again this Elder Dan, signing off. Kindly subscribe, like, and share us with your family and friends. Until next time. Take care. Shalom!

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Pentecost: Its Meaning and Significance to Humanity

Today, I am going to talk about Pentecost, its meaning and significance to humanity and how it applies to human life.

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So what is Pentecost? Pentecost is a Jewish and Christian festival celebrated on the seventh Sunday after the Passover.

In the Jewish and Christian tradition, Pentecost commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles and other followers of Yahshua the Messiah.

You might be wondering why this event is so significant. Well, Pentecost marks the beginning of the Christian Church and the spreading of the gospel message to the world.

The apostles were granted the gift of speaking in different languages, allowing them to convey the message of Yahweh’s love and salvation to people from all over the world.

One of the unique aspects of Pentecost is the role of the Holy Spirit in empowering believers to spread the gospel message. This empowerment was a fulfillment of Yahshua’s promise to His disciples before His heavenly ascension, going back to the right hand of His Father, Yahweh.

In Acts 1:8 of the Bible, it reads: “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”

The coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost was the fulfillment of this promise, and it had a profound effect on the disciples. They went from being a group of frightened and bewildered followers to bold and courageous witnesses for Yahshua, proclaiming his message to people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.

This transformation is a powerful reminder of the nature of the Jewish and Christian faiths. Both faiths are not just a set of beliefs or doctrines, but a living relationship with an Elohim who transforms us from the inside out.

The Holy Spirit’s work at Pentecost is a vivid demonstration of this truth, as ordinary men and women were empowered to do extraordinary things in the name of Yahshua. The significance of Pentecost can be seen in its transformative power.

The Holy Spirit’s descent upon the disciples was a powerful spiritual experience that transformed them into bold representatives of the gospel message.

They became fearless in sharing their faith with others, and they were empowered to proclaim the good news of Yahshua the Messiah to all who would hear it.

The transformative power of Pentecost still applies to humanity today. Through the Holy Spirit, we too can be transformed and empowered to be agents of change in the world.

We can be bold in sharing our faith with others, and we can be empowered to be vessels of Yahweh’s love and grace in a broken world.

But how can we tap into this transformative power? It starts with prayer and a willingness to surrender our lives to Elohim’s will. When we offer ourselves to Yahweh, we make space for the Holy Spirit to work within us, transforming us from the inside out.

But the holy day of Pentecost is not just a historical event. Its significance to humanity continues to this day. As Jewish and Christians, we too can experience the transformative power of the Holy Spirit in our lives. We can be filled with a new sense of purpose and mission, empowered by Almighty Yahweh to do his will in the world.

Ultimately, the significance of Pentecost lies in its message of hope. It reminds us that we are not alone in the world, but that we are part of a community of believers who are empowered by the Holy Spirit to bring light into the darkness.

As we celebrate Pentecost, let us be reminded of this truth, and be inspired to live out our faith, in bold and courageous ways, spreading the good news of Yahshua the Messiah to all who will hear it.

Additionally, we can seek out opportunities to serve others, to be a light in the darkness, and to share our faith with those who are hurting and in need.

When we do these things, we become active participants in Almighty Yahweh’s mission to transform the world. In conclusion, Pentecost is a significant event for the Jews.

In Christian history, the Pentecost holy day marks the beginning of the Christian Church and the spreading of the gospel message.

Yes, the transformative power of Pentecost still applies to us today, as we can be empowered to be agents of change in the world through the Holy Spirit.

So let us seek to tap into this transformative power by surrendering ourselves to Yahweh, our Elohim’s will, seeking out opportunities to serve, and sharing the good news of Savior Yahshua with others.

Thank you for joining me and listening to this special podcast edition. But before I go, let me pray this prayer with you: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. Halleluyah! Amen.

Please share this podcast with your family and friends. And if you haven’t already, kindly like us, and subscribe to our podcast on the different podcast networks out there, and may Yahweh bless you for doing so.

Happy Pentecost to those celebrating this appointed and sacred day. Our shalom to you from the holy land of Israel. And lastly, let us all pray to Yahweh for the peace of Zion through Yahshua the Messiah.

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The Importance of Sabbath and Saturday Worship

Today I’ll be talking about the importance of Sabbath and Saturday worship as it’s written and commanded in the Bible. I will also share with you why I rest on Saturdays and not Sundays for true blessings.

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As more and more people use Sunday as a day of rest, it’s important for all of us to remember that not everyone follows this man-made tradition.

For those who may not know, Sabbath worship is a day of rest and worship that is practiced by many religions around the world. This day is typically reserved for rest, reflection, and reconnecting with one’s faith.

So why is Saturday the right day for Sabbath worship? Well, it all comes down to a little thing called the Ten Commandments.

In the fourth commandment, it states: “Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of Yahweh, your Elohim.” (Exodus 20:8; Deuteronomy 5:12)

Historically, Saturday has always been recognized as the Sabbath day. In fact, many calendars still show Saturday as the seventh day of the week. It wasn’t until later that Sunday became the day of worship for many Christians.

But if we go back to the origins of the Christian church, we’ll see that early Christians were actually keeping the Sabbath on Saturday.

Yes, we need to break the yolk of the Sunday worship tradition because it’s not biblical. Yes, I choose to observe the Seventh-day Sabbath, which is on Saturdays.

This means that while many people are relaxing on Sundays, I’m attending church services and practicing my faith on Saturdays. The Sabbath, which starts on Friday sunset and ends on Saturday sunset, is a key part of my spiritual beliefs.

The Sabbath day is all about rest, worship, and prayer – it’s a time to reflect on my faith, connect with others, and take a break from the demands of daily life.

I believe that by dedicating this day to Almighty Yahweh, I’m able to find peace and strength that sustains me throughout the week. The Bible includes many verses that explain the importance of the Seventh-day Sabbath.

In Exodus 20:8-10, it states: Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor, and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to Yahweh, your Elohim. On it you shall not do any work, you, or your son, or your daughter, your male servant, or your female servant, or your livestock, or the sojourner who is within your gates.

Similarly, in Isaiah 58:13-14, it says: If you turn back your foot from the Sabbath, from doing your pleasure on my holy day, and call the Sabbath a delight and the holy day of Yahweh honorable; if you honor it, not going your own ways, or seeking your own pleasure or talking idly; then you shall take delight in Yahweh, and I will make you ride on the heights of the earth.

Observing the Seventh-day Sabbath is a deeply personal decision that involves a commitment not only to rest and worship on Saturdays but also to prioritize one’s relationship with Yahweh throughout the week.

While it may seem difficult to break from the tradition of Sunday rest, for those who observe the Seventh-day Sabbath, it represents a meaningful way of honoring Yahweh and living out their faith.

In addition to the Bible verses mentioned earlier, there are many other references throughout the Bible to the importance of the Sabbath. For example, Hebrews 4:9-11 states: So then, there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of Elohim, for whoever has entered Yahweh’s rest has also rested from His works, as Yahweh did from His.

Let us therefore strive to enter that rest, so that no one may fall by the same sort of disobedience. This verse speaks to the idea that the Sabbath rest is not only a physical rest but also a spiritual one:  a time to connect with Almighty Yahweh in heaven, and experience true rest in Him.

Overall, while it may not be the norm for many,  observing the Seventh-day Sabbath, can be a meaningful way to deepen one’s faith, and find rest in a hectic world. By setting aside time to worship and reflect on this special day, individuals can experience spiritual renewal that can sustain them throughout their lives.

Yes, while many people rest on Sundays, I choose to keep the Seventh-day Sabbath to follow and honor the commandment of Yahweh. By setting aside time for Sabbath worship and reflection, I am able to strengthen my faith and find peace in a busy world.

Not only is Saturday historically the correct day for Sabbath worship, but it also has practical benefits. By observing a day of rest and worship on Saturday, we are able to take a break from our hectic daily lives and spend time with family and friends. We can also take this opportunity to reconnect with our Father in heaven and strengthen our faith in Him.

In conclusion, the correct day for Sabbath worship is Saturday, as commanded in the Bible. Observing this day not only aligns with historical and biblical practices, but it also provides us with a much-needed opportunity for rest, reflection, and reconnection with our faith.

Let’s make sure to set aside time for our Sabbath day and honor the fourth commandment as it was intended. Remember, real truth is priceless and eternal, so don’t let anyone take away this truth from you.

Don’t be deceived! Savior Yahshua said it clearly: “Yahweh is a Spirit Being, and we must worship Him in spirit and truth!” (John 4:24) The importance of Sabbath and Saturday worship is crucial!

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Before I go, let me pray this prayer with you: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace.

All of these I humbly pray to Yahweh, our Father in heaven, through Yahshua the Messiah, the Master, and the King. Halleluyah! Amen.

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