Revelation speaks of a specific remnant who “will be priests of YAHveh and of Messiah.” Yahshua’s blood redeemed both Jews and Gentiles to become “one new man” and priests in the service and worship of the Most High.
The history of Israel is riddled with the consequences of her rebellion. We must not take lightly such a great salvation of the blood of the Lamb that has purchased us to be priests that honor His name and serve Him forever.
Most do not distinguish between the holy and common. They teach there is no difference and unfortunately use YAHshua’s grace as an excuse to continue sinning. Become a remnant that obey His commandments at any cost.
We must offer everything—body, soul, spirit, and mind—upon the Almighty’s holy altar, as an acceptable sacrifice made holy through a repentant heart covered in the blood of YAHshua. This holy sacrifice is His due.
There is infinite hope that is full of eternal glory for those who fear YAHveh and speak one to another—YAHveh listens and hears, and He delights in it! Indeed, those who fear YAHveh and esteem his name will be His.
From a biblical perspective, circumcision originally represented the Almighty’s covenant seal with Abraham. YAHveh extended this sign to have broader significance and to be applied to the hearts of those who long to obey Him.
The Scriptures indicate that no uncircumcised in heart, shall enter God’s eternal, holy sanctuary or partake of His eternal Passover. Our Redeemer is looking at our hearts. Ask to be purified from deep within.
We must love YAHveh with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength—then we will keep His commandments. YAHveh is drawing a remnant because of what is in their hearts. Ask for a heart that longs after the Almighty.
We must strive with every fiber of our being to have our Master say, “well done good and faithful servant.” Self is the biggest idol yet wisdom from above overcomes our idols and this wisdom is granted when we pray for it.
To know the reality of the Almighty’s presence, that’s our inheritance. But, He will not dwell in the midst of idols, nor will we find Him in the midst of unholy mixtures of the common and the holy. Go inquire, listen, and obey!