B'rit Chadashah Portion
Hebrews 10:26 to 31
26 For if we deliberately continue to sin after receiving the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, 27 but only the terrifying prospect of Judgment, of raging fire that will consume the enemies.
28 Someone who disregards the Torah of Moshe is put to death without mercy on the word of two or three witnesses. 29 Think how much worse will be the punishment deserved by someone who has trampled underfoot the Son of God; who has treated as something common the blood of the covenant[h] which made him holy; and who has insulted the Spirit, giver of God’s grace!
30 For the One we know is the One who said,
“Vengeance is my responsibility;
I will repay,”
and then said,
“Adonai will judge his people.”
31 It is a terrifying thing to fall into the hands of the living God!
"I believe that you can fast and you can pray to HaShem to fix that for you, to help you to fix that because if you cannot do by yourself, you need His assistance. You need His help. You need His hand. You need His power, because you cannot do by yourself.
Sister Angela told me, last year, we were praying for a person that they want to have the Shabbat free. And now HaShem [has given him] a job to have the Shabbat free. Now we’re expecting this person to remember that he was asking HaShem to keep Shabbat free for His glory. And this is the time so he can go back to Him,
“HaShem, I’m here. Thank You, You answered my prayers and I’m going to serve You.”
And I can tell you, you can select a day and start to pray and fast for a specific answer because you have a situation that you know that is bothering you in your soul, that you’re not comfortable with that and I think it’s the time to make a decision because you are expressing that, that thing is bothering you. HaShem has the capacity to do that. HaShem is the owner of everything.
Remember that Yeshua said that He does not count you condemned. He saved us. He’s the person that came to save us and is going to be the judge. It’s better to be on the side of HaShem as His friend and not His enemy."
"The importance of knowing the warnings that HaShem gives us regarding committing sin, and once you know that, that’s not right, there’s a warning that He says sin no more. Once you know the law, the sin is breaking the law.
I know a family where they were believers, then something happened in their lives and they lost faith and they were questioning about God’s existence and they did not believe anymore. They broke the law and they were not following anything and all of them, the whole family got destroyed and not in a good position right now.
So I believe it’s important to have faith and even though we’re going through a lot of challenges, we must trust the LORD and continue to obey His commandments. My opinion is that it’s very dangerous to walk away from HaShem. Better to obey His commandments and have faith and be strong and continue to be under His law."
-A Sister from Torah Kadosh