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God is The God of All MERCY - El Malei Rachamim

God is The God of All MERCY - El Malei Rachamim .. Our God Who Is Full of Mercy .. Our All Merciful God .. Our God Who has been merciful to us from our beginnings

To many, especially the Jewish People ..  "El malei rachamim" is a funeral prayer - a Prayer for the Soul of the Departed .. A prayer of remembrance - where one prays that The God Who dwells on high will grant proper rest under the wings of the Divine Presence. However, to a Christian .. a Believer in The Lord Jesus Christ - The Son of God ... Jesus of Nazareth .. The One who was .. the One who is .. The One Who Is To Come Again .. The Way .. The Truth .. The Life .. Jesus Is The Only Begotten Son of God .. and he became man so that we might have "life" and have it more abundantly .. have life everlasting (forever) through The Blood of The Lamb of God - we begin to see Jesus by the Power of The Holy Spirit .. and the Fullness of  El Malei Rachamim ..

Just Think About this as a "Name" - El Malei Rachamim - Our God Who Is Full of Mercy .. Our All Merciful God .. Our God Who has been merciful to us from our beginnings ( even in our mother's womb ) .. and we have been given and shown His Mercy in every moment of our lives ..  

Let's Consider Ephesians 2:1  .. God Has Given Us New Life Through Christ

2 You were living in your sins and lawless ways. But in fact you were dead. 2 You used to live as sinners when you followed the ways of this world. You served the one who rules over the spiritual forces of evil. He is the spirit who is now at work in those who don’t obey God. 3 At one time we all lived among them. We tried to satisfy what our sinful nature wanted to do. We followed its longings and thoughts. God was angry with us and everyone else because of the kind of people we were. 4 But God loves us deeply. He is full of mercy. 5 So he gave us new life because of what Christ has done. He gave us life even when we were dead in sin. God’s grace has saved you. 6 God raised us up with Christ. He has seated us with him in his heavenly kingdom because we belong to Christ Jesus. 7 He has done it to show the riches of his grace for all time to come. His grace can’t be compared with anything else. He has shown it by being kind to us because of what Christ Jesus has done. 8 God’s grace has saved you because of your faith in Christ. Your salvation doesn’t come from anything you do. It is God’s gift. 9 It is not based on anything you have done. No one can brag about earning it.

What we believe determines how we will act .. and live out our lives. To behave in a godly manner, we must embrace biblical truth. So let’s take a look at some basics of the faith and relate it to God's MERCY towards all men .. and especially take a look at ourselves ..

Man’s relationship with God is broken, apart from Jesus Christ. When Adam and Eve rebelled, their nature became corrupt and alienated them from God. That “flesh” nature was then passed down to all subsequent generations, separating man from the Father (Rom. 5:12). On our own, we can neither make amends for our sin nor change our nature. No more than a leopard can change his spots ..

Salvation comes through Jesus alone (Acts 4:12). God’s justice required a penalty for sin, but only a sacrifice without defect would suffice. ( The Lamb of God ) .. Jesus, who lived a perfect life on earth, was uniquely qualified. He bore our sins and died in our place so we might be forgiven and adopted into God’s family. When we receive Jesus as Our Savior, we’re given a new nature, and Christ’s righteousness is counted as ours (Phil. 3:9; 2 Cor. 5:17).

The church today .. is Christ’s body .. and it is made up of born-again believers throughout the world (1 Cor. 12:13). All Christians are commanded to worship the Lord, care for one another, and share in the work of spreading the gospel. God’s followers are also given spiritual gifts to use in building up other believers.

If these truths are the basis for our view of life, we will find ourselves growing in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ. Forgiving others will become a possibility and dying to self a more common occurrence. Ungodly traits will fade away and be replaced by the fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22-23).

Take a moment to "reflect" on the Name of El Malei Rachamim - Our God Who Is Full of Mercy .. and recall all the "mercies" you have been shown in your days ..   

 

 

 

 

 

Are You .. All of Us - God's own possession?

You are a people for God's own possession" (1 Pet. 2:9).

When Jesus said, "I am the good shepherd; and I know My own, and My own know Me" (John 10:14), He stated a truth that has very special meaning to many believers .. and in many ways.

If you were to go to: http://www.iaskgod.com/content/names-god .. and study the Names of God .. you will see that Jesus and "Jehovah Rohi" .. Our God Who Shepherds and GUIDES US .. is one with His Father ..

Go to any gravesite burial service .. and you will usually hear the reading of Psalm 23 ... Psalm 23 ... A psalm of David.

1 The Lord is my shepherd. He gives me everything I need. 2  He lets me lie down in fields of green grass. He leads me beside quiet waters.  3 He gives me new strength.  He guides me in the right paths for the honor of his name. 4 Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid. You are with me. Your shepherd’s rod and staff comfort me. 5  You prepare a feast for me right in front of my enemies. You pour oil on my head. My cup runs over. 6 I am sure that your goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life. And I will live in the house of the Lord forever.

What memories of Our God .. who directs and guides us .. do you have? Everyone is His by creation, but we as Christians are uniquely His because He paid the price to redeem us from the bondage of sin and death. God's ownership of believers is emphasized throughout Scripture. Paul admonished elders to "shepherd the church of God which He purchased with His own blood" (Acts 20:28). He said to the Corinthians, "Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and that you are not your own? For you have been bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body" (1 Cor. 6:19-20). Titus 2:14 says that Christ "gave Himself for us, that He might redeem [or purchase] us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself a people for His own possession." Isaiah 43:21 says, "The people whom I formed for Myself, will declare My praise." That was to be Israel's purpose, and it is yours as well. God chose you as His own possession and gave His Son to purchase your salvation. You are His eternally, so live accordingly and rejoice in such a glorious privilege!

Suggestions for Prayer: Begin To Look To The Prayer taught by Jesus .. and begin to learn of The Name of God .. so that you might "hallow" His Name .. see:  http://www.iaskgod.com/the-lords-prayer

For Further Study: http://www.iaskgod.com/content/names-god

How To Change Your Life! Spiritually, Financially, and Relationally

Maybe this can help - Change Your Life!
 
If you want a complete breakthrough in every area of your life .. Spiritually, Financially, and Relationally with God .. there are certain things that need to be in place in order for you to have a season of victory in your life. Before a breakthrough comes, certain things must be dealt with .. Specifically, there must be a complete defeat of your enemies! WHO IS YOUR ENEMY? Here is a thought .. an explanation of something deep.

It was the dream of King David to build the house of the Lord. However, he explains to his son Solomon in 1 Chronicles 22:7-8 that he could not fulfill his dream because he had “made great wars”.  Please understand what most people do not understand about this passage of scripture...  David fought many wars for the purpose of God's people. They were battles against the enemies of God. It was not the fact that David had fought that stopped him from fulfilling his dream, it was the fact that he only secured complete victory over his enemies at an age too old to build! Verse 9 shows us this- “Behold, a son shall be born to you, who shall be a man of rest; and I will give him rest from all his enemies all around.”

YOU CANNOT PURSUE YOUR DREAMS WHILE FIGHTING YOUR ENEMIES! .. have you ever noticed how "weary" you become as you constantly "battle" your enemies? You must build from a place of rest, as Solomon did. I pray that you will receive a breakthrough in "understanding" - right now ...  'May every enemy to your dreams be defeated according to God's Holy Will! .. May you enter a season of rest that only comes through Jesus Christ .. and His Holy Spirit! .. and may the dreams God has given to you come to pass - and I ask this in Jesus Name!

There are keys to victory that I need to share with you... Before we go any further, there are a few basic things you must understand. THERE ARE 3 KEYS TO SUCCESS! .. First, you must know "what to do" .. Secondly, you must "know" HOW TO DO IT .. and Thirdly - YOU MUST DO IT!  Remember - if you leave out any "key" .. you are doomed to failure!

ALSO .. a wise person must see and understand there some principles you must know about .. 
1. There is an enemy in your life .. and this enemy is "spiritual" - spiritual warfare is resisting, overcoming and defeating the enemy's lies (in the form of deception, temptations and accusations) that he sends our way.
2. The enemy operates from a spiritual or unseen realm - and the first deception of the enemy - is to make you think there is no enemy.  CONSIDER THIS: Ephesians 6:10-18 .. read about God's Armor .. 10 Finally, let the Lord make you strong. Depend on his  mighty power. 11 Put on all of God’s armor. Then you can stand firm against the devil’s evil plans. 12 Our fight is not against human beings. It is against the rulers, the authorities and the powers of this dark world. It is against the spiritual forces of evil in   the heavenly world. 13 So put on all of God’s armor. Evil days will come. But you will be able to stand up to anything. And after you have done everything you can, you will still be standing. 14 So stand firm. Put the belt of truth around your waist. Put the  armor of godliness on your chest. 15 Wear on your feet what will prepare you to tell the good news of peace. 16 Also, pick up the shield of faith. With it you can put out all of the flaming arrows of the evil one. 17 Put on the helmet of salvation. And take the   sword of the Holy Spirit. The sword is God’s word. 18 At all times, pray by the power of the Spirit. Pray all kinds of prayers. Be watchful, so that you can pray. Always keep on praying for all of God’s people.
3. This warfare you find yourself in is dangerously aggressive and highly orchestrated by a very determined, very experienced and very well organized enemy - Satan .. and he has thousands of years of experience at this - YOU DO NOT!
4. YOU are a target of this well organized enemy ( The Devil ) .. and this fact is not something from Ripley's "Believe It or Not" files - THIS COMES FROM GOD'S WORD!  .. consider 1 Peter 5:8 .. 8 Control yourselves. Be on your guard. Your enemy the devil is   like a roaring lion. He prowls around looking for someone to chew up and swallow. ( DEVOUR ) .. eat his prey, hungrily or quickly ... as in FIRE .. DISEASE .. OR OTHER FORCES .. to consume someone or something destructively - maybe like your  marriage .. your family life .. yourself as in with "drugs" or "drinking" .. just consider the synonyms: consume, engulf, envelop.

With these principles understood there is one more thing you MUST UNDERSTAND - God Hears Your Prayers .. and God PROMISES TO BE FAITHFUL  .. just stop now and read:
Matthew 7:7-11 about the subject: Ask, Search, Knock  -  https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew%207:7-11

Your spirit and strength renewed .. have a Good 4th of July

.. have a Good 4th of July

Your spirit and strength renewed .. have a Good 4th of July .. One Nation .. Under God!
 

And He said to them, “Come away by yourselves to a lonely place and rest awhile.”  MARK 6:31

Some people never really rest. ( I think I am one of these peoiple ) .. They are so busy with the activities of life that they appear to be a blur: always on the way to somewhere; never slowing down. Jesus did not have that problem. He purposely sought solitude for spiritual replenishment. He seemed to know just how important such times were for “re-charging” His spiritual battery, and He took advantage of them at every opportunity. What about you? How long has it been since you were quiet and still in the presence of God, with no agenda other than a desire to sit at His feet? Many view solitude as a negative prospect, and are alone only if, and when, it is absolutely necessary. But solitude rightly pursued and experienced energizes our interaction with others, and nurtures our soul. When Iowans Bobbi and Kenny McCaughey became the parents of septuplets (that’s seven babies, folks!) they were exponentially overwhelmed with the responsibilities faced by every new mom and dad. Seven to rock, seven to feed, seven to change, seven to bathe and cuddle and hold...what a challenge! But this young, Christian couple said, while they appreciated the outpouring of help they received, they looked forward to the time they could be “alone” with their young family for an entire evening. Once, after bringing the babies home, this husband and wife reported that they got in their car, drove to a nearby grain silo, parked behind it, and cried and prayed together. They instinctively knew that stepping out of the fray for a few stolen moments away would strengthen them for the task at hand. All of us have demands on our time and become weary of life’s grind. Time alone with God without phones, pagers, prayer partners, portable cd players or other human or technological distractions, is critical for allowing His Spirit to fill us. In solitude, we can receive from God His life-giving breath, emerging with renewed sensitivity and compassion for others, and intensified love for Him. This is true replenishment from the source of all strength and truth.

Sooner or later you will meet The Living STONE! Get Stoned Now!

Get Stoned Now - But Do It The Right Way.

SOONER .. OR LATER .. we shall all come face to face with The Living Stone .. will He "know you" .. or cast you aside  .. and tell you that He never "knew you" ??

 

1 Peter 2:4-12 - (NIRV) - The Living Stone and a Chosen People

Christ is the living Stone. People did not accept him. But God chose him. God places the highest value on him.

You also are like living stones. As you come to him you are being built into a house for worship. There you will be holy priests. You will offer spiritual sacrifices. God will accept them because of what Jesus Christ has done.

In Scripture it says,

“Look! I am placing a stone in Zion.
    It is a chosen and very valuable stone.
    It is the most important stone in the building.
The one who trusts in him
    will never be put to shame.” (Isaiah 28:16)

The stone is very valuable to you who believe. But to people who do not believe,

“The stone the builders did not accept
    has become the most important stone of all.” (Psalm 118:22)

And,

“It is a stone that causes people to trip.
    It is a rock that makes them fall.” (Isaiah 8:14)

They trip and fall because they do not obey the message. That is also what God planned for them.

But God chose you to be his people. You are royal priests. You are a holy nation. You are a people who belong to God. All of this is so that you can sing his praises. He brought you out of darkness into his wonderful light. 10 Once you were not a people. But now you are the people of God. Once you had not received mercy. But now you have received mercy.

11 Dear friends, you are outsiders and strangers in this world. So I’m asking you not to give in to your sinful longings. They fight against your soul. 12 People who don’t believe might say you are doing wrong. But lead good lives among them. Then they will see your good works. And they will give glory to God on the day he comes to judge.

The Middle East Rebellion - Chosen People or Rebels Against God?

Middle East Peace - Jesus Is The Answer

The Middle East Rebellion - Chosen People or Rebels Against God?

Enjoying Spiritual Privileges In The Middle East should be a "given"  - instead it seems to be nothing but war, disruption, rebellion, hatred, and anger toward all things "Christian."

When God spoke in the Old Testament - he was speaking of the peoples of the middle east. When He spoke things like - being built up as a spiritual house for a holy priesthood or .. You are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for God's own possession who did all that include? In 1 Pet. 2:4-10 .. You are the people of God, You have received mercy .. Peter surely was not talking to Westerners was he?

If you were able to ask someone from The Middle East about Jesus of Nazereth - you'd likely hear something like - I don't believe in Jesus of Nazareth ( لا أعتقد أن في يسوع الناصري  ) .. and if you were to press farther and ask - "Please tell me about the Jesus God you don't believe in." ( من فضلك قل لي عن يسوع الله كنت لا أعتقد في  .. you might get words describing - a vengeful, unfair, arbitrary cosmic God who delights in watching the middle east stumble through life in search of meaning and direction.  وانتقامية وغير عادلة والتعسفية الله الكونية الذين المسرات في مشاهدة منطقة الشرق الأوسط من خلال الحياة تتعثر  .. After listening to that portrayal of God .. a westerner might say - I don't believe in that God either.

Most people have a warped view of Jesus of Nazareth because they can't see beyond their circumstances and the conditions that plague our fallen world. Their distorted world view keeps them from understanding God's goodness and mercy through His Son, Jesus. But we as believers understand because we see beyond the physical realm and experience His grace and kindness in many ways .. especially in our western civilization. We Believe Scripture speaks pointedly about the duties and responsibilities of Christians, but all of that is balanced by the rights and benefits that we have in Christ Jesus, and in writing to Christians who were experiencing severe persecution, the apostle Peter reminded them of their privileges and called them to praise God for His abundant grace (1 Pet. 2:9). That is our calling as well.

Let us all consider many of those privileges, including our union with Jesus of Nazareth - Our access to God the Father, His priestly role, Our spiritual security, election, dominion, and inheritance resulting from The shed blood of Jesus. The implications of them all are staggering and should be a source of great joy and thanksgiving as you study them .. read them .. in God's Holy Word.

Maybe some things to pray about this week ..
 
• Thank God for the privilege of being His child. Not a Muslim or an ISIS fighter - yet to seek Wisdom and Understanding ..
• Pray that Jesus would strengthen and encourage us all with the truths we read and hear from The Bible.
• Regardless of our circumstances, learn to focus on God's glory and grace, allowing them continually to fill our hearts with praise and worship - especially this 4th of July.

For Further Study: Read 1 Peter 1:3-9 and 2:4-10.

Ask God How You can Help Reach The Middle East for Christ?

If you have been following the news, you know that political instability is escalating in the Middle East as the jihadist group ISIL (Islamic State in the Levant, also commonly referred to as ISIS) executes the hostile takeover of major cities in Iraq and Syria. This is a dark time in history for these nations, and yet God is using sites like www.iaskGod.com  to draw as many to Christ in these and other countries in the Middle East via the internet - The World Wide Web .. and as you know, there are many others like Leading The Way which broadcasts not only domestically but internationally through their satellite channel "THE KINGDOM SAT" .. and they are proclaiming the Truth of Christ 24/7 in the Middle East, and through regular radio programming, broadcasting specifically to areas like Baghdad and Basra in Iraq, as well as the Kurdish region in the north where many are heading as they flee ISIL's trek to Baghdad.

Believe it or not, Leading The Way even has on-the-ground teams who follow up with viewers every week via emails, texts, Skype calls, and Facebook messages. just like we do as visitors to our site search for the real meaning of life and true security - that which is not found in their regions of the world. Stories like these from the follow-up teams provided us with proof that we can reach out accross the world via the internet .. 

Let's all pray for those from Iraq, Muslims who are asking many questions about Jesus Christ .. seeking and asking questions about Our Lord. Please pray that they hear the truth, and recognize the Lord’s voice and accept Him.

We get emails from all around the world through our Global Media Outreach missions involvement and in these emails people indicate that they just prayed and accepted Christ as Lord and Savior after being a Muslim all their lives .. let us all seek to ask God to give these people strength to take the step to surrender their hearts and lives to the Lord.

Please pray for wisdom in how we may all share our faith with these peoples - you may not be able to take a missions trip to the middle east or to Egypt, Iran, Turkey, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Afghanastan, Yemen, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain - but you can help us reach more and more people through the internet. While the political unrest continues, especially please join us in praying for God to draw many more to Christ during this time - and ASK GOD HOW YOU CAN HELP?
 

Fishermen, Sportsmen, Outdoorsmen and Outfitters - The Call of Jesus

Global Media Use and Outreach

Teaching Kids About Work .. About Fishing .. and thoughts on hunting too ..  

Read | Mark 1:16-20 .. and think about what Jesus says ..  “I will make you fishers of people.”

Jesus’ call to be fishers of men extends to modern believers .. wheter fishermen, hunters or outdoor enthusiasts .. In order for anyone to achieve and become all that God has in mind, it is crucial to learn the right attitude toward work and leisure - whether it relates to your vocation as a fishing guide or outfitter - and your service to the Lord.

As parents, we must teach our children these additional lessons from fishing: A fisherman must be industrious. The Bible tells us that Zebedee had some hired help (Mark 1:20). He didn't settle for simply catching enough fish to feed his own family; he built a successful business that could also sustain his employees. It is likely that Zebedee taught his sons to aspire to reach their full potential instead of accepting “good enough.”

A fisherman .. a hunter .. even a camper .. must be disciplined. He doesn't have the option of sleeping late or leaving the water early, or not properly scouting out his area even though he is tired .. or walked a long distance or spent his day out on the water. He or She .. recognizes that the work must be done - cleaning the equipment to keep it all in good repair and top condition.

Zebedee’s sons learned responsibility and self- control on their father’s boat... just as we all learned the same when we went hunting and camping. You must be persistent and consistent - sometimes the best catch or the biggest buck is often taken after everyone else gives up and comes in.  Zebedee undoubtedly taught James and John not to quit until they gave their best effort - always giving 100% - This ingrained attitude was essential when Jesus sent the disciples out to evangelize the world.

The order to spread the gospel is still in effect. The church needs committed believers who teach and demonstrate a biblical mindset .. Loving others as we love ourselves - Parents who model industry, discipline, and persistence - are most likely to raise children determined to win the world for Jesus Christ if we have taught them the "principles" of right living .. faith .. hope .. and LOVE! . 

Where the Battle Is Won .. and Lost

Where the Battle Is Won .. and Lost

You say ( just like me )  -- "I want to experience victory in the conflicts and tough decisions I face everyday" .. I meet people all the time and say to them - "I'll keep you in my prayers" .. or "I'll pray for you .. your wife .. your family " .. and then what?

Let's consider what Jesus did  .. day after day .. as he worked Himself toward His Ultimate Goal - the cross. Numerous references to the fact that Jesus went out early to pray. Now "fast forward" to the night before He died .. Our Lord fought a crucial, pivotal battle in the Garden of Gethsemane, where He wrestled with what lay ahead. For our Savior, the weight of sin He would bear was overwhelming. He was about to experience complete spiritual separation from the Father. He went out to a peaceful and quiet place of prayer, where He got alone before the Father and cried out to Him. When Jesus left that garden, He walked out a winner. He would still drink the cup of suffering and separation, but He knew that in the end, He would triumph over it (Heb. 12:2).

Jesus’ example reveals that the key to winning life’s battles is to come before the Father .. Our father In heaven .. alone with Him and fully surrendered to His will. Godly counsel is important, but you cannot depend exclusively on others to tell you what to do. If you don’t spend time alone with the Lord, wrestling things out until you know what He is saying, you’ll never be sure you’re doing the right thing. By making it a habit to spend time alone in God’s presence, you’ll be able to discern His perfect will as you come to major decisions with significant or even lifelong consequences. When you fully surrender to Him, you place the consequences of your choices into His most capable hands. After all, where could your decisions .. and your future ... be safer than in the control of our all-knowing, all-loving, all-powerful God?

Read | Matthew 26:36-46 The Garden of Gethsemane

36 Then Jesus *came with them to a place called Gethsemane, and *said to His disciples, “Sit here while I go over there and pray.” 37 And He took with Him Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, and began to be grieved and distressed. 38 Then He *said to them, “My soul is deeply grieved, to the point of death; remain here and keep watch with Me.”

39 And He went a little beyond them, and fell on His face and prayed, saying, “My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from Me; yet not as I will, but as You will.” 40 And He *came to the disciples and *found them sleeping, and *said to Peter, “So, you men could not keep watch with Me for one hour? 41 Keep watching and praying that you may not enter into temptation; the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.”

42 He went away again a second time and prayed, saying, “My Father, if this cannot pass away unless I drink it, Your will be done.” 43 Again He came and found them sleeping, for their eyes were heavy. 44 And He left them again, and went away and prayed a third time, saying the same thing once more. 45 Then He *came to the disciples and *said to them, “[a]Are you still sleeping and resting? Behold, the hour is at hand and the Son of Man is being betrayed into the hands of sinners. 46 Get up, let us be going; behold, the one who betrays Me is at hand!”

Feelings of Being Alone - You Never Need to Walk Alone

Experiencing Loneliness

Read | Hebrews 13:5

All of us feel alone from time to time. Poor health, a jam-packed work schedule, or trying circumstances can make it hard to stay connected. Moving to a new location, job, or school can also bring a sense of isolation. Once this season passes or we adjust to the new place, the feeling goes away.
But loneliness is different from aloneness—it involves a sense of separation from people and can intensify over time. In this state, we find it harder to reach out and easier not to be around others. When our mind starts telling us no one’s interested in what we have to say or do, we build a wall around our heart and allow access to very few. The more we withdraw, the worse we feel. Peace of mind eludes us, and loneliness weighs us down.
God never intended for us to live disconnected from one another. From the beginning, He purposed that we should enjoy an intimate relationship with Him and each other. First He established a personal relationship with Adam and then provided him with Eve. Our Creator knew it was not good for us to live in isolation (Gen. 2:18).

Note the order: Intimacy with God precedes intimacy with anyone else. In the absence of a personal relationship with Him, one is never truly at peace. The only way to be connected to the Father is by trusting Jesus as Savior (John 14:6). Whoever places faith in Him receives a new nature, becomes a member of God’s family, and experiences His peace (1:12; 14:27). If you've never accepted Christ’s invitation, you can pray right now to become God’s child.
 

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