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*notes from a conference (“Hear & Obey”) I took
“.. No one will mourn for me … No one will pray for my soul. … I’ve never prayed. … Nobody has taught me how.”
There’s more to the movie – a lot more – but I will leave that out in case you have not seen it yet. What I’d like to focus on is what I’ll call “The Gravity Prayer.”…
One reflection I would like to make after watching this video again is when God asked Moses to take his sandals off. I saw that as symbol of “us” needing to come to Him with a heart of repentance (humbly going to Him with a heart of forgiveness of our sins). We need to come to Him with a “clean” heart as He is a “holy” God. How can we do that? (Answer: Salvation through a personal relationship with His Son-Yeshua/Jesus Christ)
How can “we” hear God? How do you pray? What is the purpose of prayer?
God “hearing” US?
Read our Thoughts
Can God read my mind | Christian Youtuber – Mat – YouTube
Mat and Est
Published on Feb 21, 2017
Can God read your mind | Christian Youtuber – Mat
In this video.
how you ever thought.. can God read my mind, can God read your thoughts? can I hide my thoughts from God, can God hear me? we will look at how God can see my thoughts and my mind very clearly as he is all knowing and everywhere. we will the look at the implications of what it means for God to read our minds and how we can train a more positive thought life.
Does God know our thoughts? gotquestions.org
“..God knows our thoughts no matter who or where we are. Psalm 139 begins this way: “O LORD, you have searched me and known me! You know when I sit down and when I rise up; you discern my thoughts from afar” (verses 1–2). God searches the hearts and minds of people, seeking those whose hearts are turned toward Him (Jeremiah 12:3; 1 Chronicles 29:17; Acts 15:8). Two of the Ten Commandments deal with our thoughts. The first commandment is to have no other gods before the Lord (Exodus 20:3). That is a heart matter. The tenth commandment warns us not to covet what others have (Exodus 20:17). Coveting is also a sin of our thoughts. When Jesus walked the earth, He knew people’s thoughts and answered before they even verbalized their questions (Matthew 9:4; 12:25; Luke 9:47; 11:17). In this way, Jesus exhibited the divine trait of omniscience.
Does God Hear Us If We Pray Silently? — Ask a Pastor, Dr … – YouTube
Does God Know Our Thoughts and Silent Prayers? OCTOBER 21, 2015 BY JACK WELLMA 4 COMMENTS patheos.com
“.. The truth is God is the Word and Jesus being the Word and every bit God, knows us and knows us well, “For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart” (Heb 4:12). This means that “no creature is hidden from his sight, but all are naked and exposed to the eyes of him to whom we must give account” (Heb 4:13)…”
Sal: I can testify to this as I’ve grown in my personal relationship with God. I try to “pray” (talk to God “silently”-in my head , thoughts, mind, etc.. or “loudly” verbally or crying out in desperation) in all or most of my day to day life (e.g. when I’m riding my bike to work, having conversations with people asking God how to respond to a difficult answer or situation, etc..).
“Your Thought life determines your future” instagram.com
The ONLY Prayer God Himself Wrote! | Warren Marcus on Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural!
Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural!
Archeologists found the only prayer in the Bible that God Himself wrote! This discovery is over 400 years older than the Dead Sea Scrolls! We have just received the revelation from the Spirit of God on this prayer. The last move of God’s Spirit will be a revelation of Father God that will be so powerful, it will be life from the dead, resurrection power – on this week’s episode of Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural! 2018!
Warren Marcus unlocks the meaning of the ancient High Priest’s prayer — the only prayer in the Bible written by God Himself to establish His people.
Warren Marcus’ new book, The Priestly Prayer of the Blessing, uncovers one of the greatest treasures in all of Scripture. Jesus taught us how to pray to the Father, but Father God taught Moses and Aaron another perspective — how to impart the Father’s blessing to the Children of Israel for their complete favor, protection and provision. Modern translations cloud the power and meaning of this all but forgotten treasure! Warren brings its Hebrew words to life.
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Warren’s exclusive 2-CD Set, Ancient Priestly Prayer of the Blessing, gives you more in-depth teachings on The Priestly Prayer of the Blessing. He includes a special recording by renowned Messianic Jewish psalmist Paul Wilbur, who sings this prayer over you in Hebrew.
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22Again Adonai spoke to Moses saying,
23“Speak to Aaron and to his sons saying: Thus you are to bless Bnei-Yisrael, by saying to them:
24‘Adonai bless you and keep you!
25Adonai make His face to shine on you and be gracious to you!
26Adonai turn His face toward you and grant you shalom!’
27In this way they are to place My Name over Bnei-Yisrael, and so I will bless them.”
God’s Blessing through the Aaronic Benediction
RABBI ERIC TOKAJER JUNE 25, 2019 BIBLICAL TOPICS tlvbiblesociety.org
“In Hebrew it is called the “Birkat Kohanim.” In English, it is known as the “Priestly Blessing” or the “Aaronic Benediction.” One of the things that makes this prayer so beautiful is that it comes directly from the Bible…”
The Hebrew Priestly Blessing – Hebrew for Christians hebrew4christians.com
BY JEWISH JEWELS / WEDNESDAY, 01 AUGUST 2018 / PUBLISHED IN JEWELS’ BLOG, NEWSLETTERS jewishjewels.org
“…“The LORD bless you and keep you,
Y’varech’cha Adonai v’yeesh’m’reicha.
יְבָ רֶ כְ ָך יְיָ וְ יִ שְׁ מְ רֶ ָך.
The LORD make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you;
Yaer Adonai panav eleicha veechooneka.
יָאֵ ר יְיָ פָּ נָיו אֵ לֶ יָך וִ יחֻ נֶּךָּ .
The LORD lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace.”
Yeesa Adonai panav eleicha v’yasem l’cha shalom.
יִ שָּׂ א יְיָ פָּ נָיו אֵ לֶ יָך וְ יָ שֵׂ ם לְ ָך שָׁ לוֹם…”
Yeshua’s Final Blessing
Following His resurrection from the dead, Yeshua was with His talmidim for forty days. Then He went with them to the Mount of Olives before ascending into heaven. The Bible tells us that He lifted both hands and proclaimed a blessing over them. It is believed that the blessing He pronounced was the Priestly Blessing of Numbers 6:24-26, followed by: “And they worshipped Him, and returned to Jerusalem with great joy, and were continually in the temple praising and blessing God” (Lk. 24:52). May joy be your portion as you give and receive the Priestly Blessing in the Name above all names, the name of Yeshua, the Sar Shalom, the Prince of Peace, our New Covenant High Priest…
Luke 24 Tree of Life Version (TLV) .biblegateway.com/
Women Visit the Garden Tomb
“..Yeshua Ascends into Heaven
50 Then Yeshua led them out as far as Bethany, and He lifted up His hands[e] and blessed them. 51 And while blessing them, He departed from them and was taken up into heaven. 52 After worshiping Him, they returned to Jerusalem with great joy. 53 And they were continually in the Temple, praising God…”
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