Today's Torah portion "HE ASSEMBLED" "VAYAQHEL"! HalleluYAH!
Why do we assemble?
Let me share with you what happened to me today!
I won a free DVD rental from Redbox! HalleluYHWH! Guess what movie was available? - Woodlawn! A true life story- the kind of movies I like! I have been waiting to see this movie! HalleluJAH! We went; we got the movie! That was yesterday. Then today reclined to enjoy the afternoon with my boys watching a family movie. Hallelujah!
In it we see how an evangelist was obedient to the calling of God to help a football team in Alabama come together because of strife from previous segregational devestation. There was anger! But an evangelist offered the Truth, the Message! And it was received! A football team was renewed! They hold the right hand index finger up to show there is a way-One way!
One of the football players had a huge anointing on his life and the gift to run fast like Eric Little the missionary! Hallelujah - all for the glory of YHWH!
This team is going to play against their counterpart high school who they were at great odds with. They were an example to the other team!! At one point they go and check out the huge stadium where they were set to play. One asks why would so many people coming to see them and Tony Nathan says, "WE ASSEMBLE to give hope!!
Hallelujah! Here, my sons and I watching this movie on the very day the Torah portion is HE ASSEMBLED! Then later on the evangelist says simply "We assemble!"
And why do we assemble?
Psalms 133 says that when we come together in unity, hallelujah, hallelujah, that He commands a blessing! Do you want a blessing commanded by the father into your life today?? Then come together! Let us ASSEMBLE as ONE! Let us bring forth the Torah to the generations! Let us bring the Torah to the nation! Let us bring the TORAH to the galaxies which give him praise! Hallelujah! Let us join as one today! Blessed be His holy name by which we are named! A character that is unblemished, covered in Messiah's redemption, full of overflowing compassion!
Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day. Hebrews 10;25
Love, Leslie Ann
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