Sacrifice Defined

September 12, 2015 at 12:45 pm (Devotionals, Remodeling the Mind, WSGD Newes) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )


Thanksgiving as a sacrifice…what does this look like?

Sacrifice means it cost us something to give; whatever the thing may be. Something that is hard, to the point of rendering one destitute. Lets look at the widow Yeshua (Jesus) praises in Luke (21:1-4) as she was poor, she likely had no way to know how she would pay for food or her bills, but God moved her to give all that remained of her money. Look at the depth of this story.

The widow knew the church (the body of people in the temple and it’s leaders) was corrupt. She could see very well that the money given to it was hardly being used to help the poor such as she, and likely most the people she knew. Yet, she obeyed, trusting God, not the church, giving her money to God, not the church. The sacrificial give here? Her own perspectives, way of thinking – rationalizing, she instead thanked God for what she had to give and gave it all to Him.

Verse 4: “…but she, out of her poverty, has given all she had to live on.”

She could have fallen back on the hardship of her widowhood, made her circumstances the terms by which she negotiated her thinking and giving. I’m sure times we’re hard. Instead she thanked the God who gives and takes away. The sacrifice of praise, even in circumstances that feel hard – don’t initiate praise inside; she chose instead to see her standing as unchanged in His sight. The outward circumstance may look different but the reality of her standing in the Kingdom was what she chose to live by. The sacrifice of giving up our own perspectives and praising God instead of pleading for help and staying in the sorrow – this is the greatest and most costly sacrifice we will make to God. It is most precious in His sight.
So she gave up everything she “owned” both in the physical world and in the inner world where transformation is done. We often make the people in the stories of the Bible inhuman, meaning above those human responses, just because they did indeed rise above them in the stories. The widow thought and felt just like we do, rationalized as best she could, as we do, but her knowing God, changed her choices. Isn’t this what it says?

John 17:3
And eternal life is this: to know You, the One True God, and Him whom You sent, Yeshua the Messiah.

Most don’t sacrifice with thanksgiving, because they don’t know God. Knowing about Him is not the same as knowing Him.

Do we teach our children how to do this? How young are they when they are exposed to the concept? When they scrape their knees and we tend to them with love, do we then pray with them saying,

“God we praise you for scraped knees, we don’t need to know exactly why they are given, but we trust You. May You open our eyes to look for You the most in painful circumstances. We welcome all opportunities for You to show Your love, healing and power as greater than anything on earth we experience and see. Thank You, Father, for scraped knees and the opportunity to praise You. Amen”

This contradiction to all our senses to think and act on such sacrifice is profound. Some may call it extreme, crazy and taking things “too far”. Some may, some do, always have, always will…but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. Yeshua praised the Father for what He was doing when Lazarus died. He waited to go, I bet He didn’t want to, but He waited till The Father told Him to go. Sacrifice is always what we give up of ourselves for another. We trade our desires, wants, needs, thoughts, perspectives, feelings etc…for God’s instead of our own. And we know that they will be strikingly different, as Isaiah was faithful to write it down – “My ways are not your ways, nor My thoughts your thoughts.” (Isaiah 55:8)

So read the first part of the Psalms above again.

“Whoever offers thanksgiving as his sacrifice honors Me…”

Then the next part comes into focus.

“…and to him who goes the right way, I will show the Salvation of God.”

The sacrifice of praise in all ways that seem contradictory, hard, and awkward…this sacrifices our view, our opinions, our perspective (which we know is always but a speck of the whole picture) and our lean or bent; this is what this Psalms is speaking of. Without the first, the second is impossible.


Show us our Father, open our eyes, for great is the need for this lesson to be applied to us, cemented in our hearts. We depend on You to teach us, as we know this action takes You, Your Holy Spirit, Your Word to enable us in action. Our lean is to complain, fall back on excuses, run towards a “help me” prayer (though we know that we need help, and this is not wrong) instead of trusting that You are working as hard for us when the hits come as when all is well. To say, “Praise You God” for the broke down car, loss of a loved one, hurt and pain of those who misuse, abuse and mistreat us – this is not our first response, and without You it shall never be. We want to be like Your Son, our Master, and be able to turn our cheeks to those who smack them, to give without looking and calculating whether we have it “in our opinion” or not. To simply obey, without hesitation, praising You the whole way, knowing nothing will happen that You can not provide for. ..this is what we pray.

It’s easy to think of sacrifice horizontally (with people). But vertically? What is sacrifice for God? How could it be anything other than our ways, and our thoughts? It’s easy to praise Him, when things are well, or even in the “norm”, but in hard times? To actually say “thank You.” when we are in a tough spot, experiencing great pain, hurt and anger? What else could it be but the sacrifice being spoken of so often in the Word. Is this not what we watched our Lord do, to our own perplexity? That even, steady, consistent example of His inner world (very human) completely sold out to trusting the Father. Oh how all who watched Him, walked with Him, knew Him, we’re touched by Him wanted this that He had. Peace.
Those who walk with, watch, know, and are touched by Him still do. They bare the hallmarks of it as well, as it begins to change them from the inside out. It’s more than a simple “I trust You, Lord”, it goes way down deep and pulls up a “Hallelujah, glory glory glory to the Most High”. Joining the constant refrain of Heaven (read all the refrains in Revelation) at times when doubt, fear, frustration, anger, and resentment lurk around looking for the opportunity to steal from this joining in with heavenly discourse. Do we remember how our enemy is described? A thief, searching for someone to devour, rob joy, pull down and snuff out the light? It’s not his delight to do this because it brings us down. No! It’s because it steals from the glory of God, which resides in the praises of His people. Not just the kind of praise of a thousand voices ringing in song to Him, but most importantly the praise that comes from a child whose tendency is to become self absorbed focusing with earthly eyes; instead – those eyes track with the eyes of the Savior and begin to lift up with heart, mind and soul a “thank You” and chorus of “glory” that heaven itself turns towards and joins. Sacrificial praise, points us to the Way, and we can not help but see the Salvation of God. He has and always will ‘out-sacrifice’ us! Glory to God, in the highest! And Shalom – peace to His people on earth!
Selah – Amen!


♡ Grace and Shalom in Yeshua the Messiah ♡

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The Best Iced Tea Ever!

August 25, 2015 at 3:22 am (Food for Thought) (, , , , , , , , , , )


I’m starting to include here some recipes and such. This iced tea is a winner! I haven’t met a kid of any age who hasn’t begged me for it. It’s a great alternative to soda and juices that are loaded with sugars and artifical elements that are truly bad for our health. If you don’t like cinnamon then this isn’t for you.

I find that honoring God with what I put in my body has taken my walk with Him to a whole new level! I used to live on Pepsi and cappuccinos for my beverages! When we began to change our food lifestyle, I needed to find alternatives to my drink. Water was where I began, I now drink about 100-120 ounces of Distilled water daily. This is my staple beverage. But I replaced the ugly habits of soda with this tea. I still have those cappuccinos but I ask for coconut milk instead of regular and no more whip cream, it’s still not the best but better than it used to be. Not nearly as fattening and full of hormonal, antibiotic ridden milk. Remember, every little bit helps!

This tea is Caffeine free, and loaded with lots of nutritional benefits to the whole body, not to mention the brain. Cinnamon, ginger, licorice, cardamon, clove, star anise, and the many other herbs and spices in these teas bring to the table a wealth of health for the body! Lowering blood pressure, regulating blood sugar, boosting the metabolism, giving God intended energy – no unnatural highs, providing nutrients, minerals, and vitamins our bodies were designed by Him to use and fuel the systems. And! It’s so tasty you won’t miss the bad stuff!

This recipe calls for RAW Honey. RAW Honey is thick and creamy looking, not the liquid gold stuff they often say is RAW, if it’s golden brown and liquidity it’s not RAW. Honey that has been processed to that familiar form has no nutrients left in it. It’s better than sugar but offers no added benefits that God created those bees to provide for us.

Another sweetener added here is Coconut Sugar. It looks alot like brown sugar. This sugar is not profoundly sweet. If you are going to replace regular nasty sugar for this it will take quite a bit too equal that white refined garbage. Hence the reason I use both honey and coconut sugar. Coconut Sugar has tons of nutrients that white refined can not and will never provide. It has not been processed and therefore retains the nutrients God put into it. Obviously the highest heat range for all things would be our body temperature, since what we put into our mouths will have to survive this range and still give the body all the nutrients God placed in raw uncooked food and drink. Almost anything heated to 100°F or above stands to lose these nutrients. Almost anything heated to above 110°F will have no use to our bodies and our bodies send most of it to the waste/filter systems. There are many but the primary ones are liver, gall bladder, intestines, kidneys, and appendix. There are a few exceptions but they are very few. (One example would be tomatoes, cooked these offer a whole new range of nutrition to the body.) Putting nutrient depleted food and beverage into our bodies taxes our systems and causes chaos. When it comes to any white refined sugars (this includes Stevia in its white powdered/liquid form – hence the sign of heated and refined) the body begins to be tricked into believing the sweetness is good for glucose and insulin production. The white refined sugars are a lie to the body, and this is the reason diabetes is so rampant in our society now. There is not but a few beverages on the shelves of your grocery store that aren’t loaded with one or more of these deadly sugars! Just replacing the sugars we intake with the healthy alternatives will blow you away with the difference in how our bodies function. You can rest assured, Yeshua (Jesus) never had high fructose corn syrup, white refined sugar (back then it was sugar in the raw) melodextrin, gar gum, and any of the 20 other names these deadly sugars go by. This is a 20th century invention, not our best industrial improvement. Sometimes it’s just nesassary to go back and remember the basics to keep moving forward. It will always be more work to do what’s good for us than what’s bad. If it’s easy, it’s likely deadly.

So without further ado. Here is the step by step process to healthier drinking.

***Note: This is an iced tea method. Yet! Even in winter, you can put into a hot tea cup and heat it up for hot tea, or pour into a tea pot on the stove. This method makes a little less than a gallon and is stored in the frig. It can be used hot or cold given the methods mentioned above.

You can research on your own all the benefits to coconut sugar and RAW Honey on your own. I merely mention a few here. The facts will astound you!***




















♡ Grace and Shalom in Yeshua the Messiah ♡

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The Seed

September 25, 2014 at 11:26 pm (Mile Stones, Remodeling the Mind, Thoughts to Ponder) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )


I was running errands today listening to the radio and heard the most amazing analogy. They were talking about seeds. How we can learn so much from them. The commentator first spoke of how small seeds are. Most seeds are very small. They mentioned how Yeshua (Jesus) mentioned the mustard seed as an example. (A very small seed indeed). He could have used any seed in His creation. ..a pumpkin seed for example. .. much larger in size; but He chose the mustard seed, and God never says anything without huge and multifaceted significance.

At this point the Spirit “took over” and the commentary ran in the background while He spoke to my heart. How little and tiny; almost hardly worth recognizing the mustard seed is. Yet it does grow into a huge fixture in a garden. What it takes for God to work in us amounts to what we often over look as insignificant. Or daily little comings and goings. .. duties. .. chores. The simple act of greeting someone. .. stopping to go and welcome a loved one home. And then He showed me a real kicker.

We often know in our heads how much sleeping is a “good thing”… we even look forward to a good night’s rest. But we often discount how God works in it. Namely because we do so little but surrender to our exhausted bodies! Sleep is a mustard seed. ..

Again I was drawn back into the radio program. Now they were speaking about the planting of a seed. How it goes into the dark, dirty soil and is covered up by more dark and dirty soil to start to germinate.


Again, with my mouth dropping at the profoundly new perspective I was beginning to see; the radio tuned into a back channel and the Spirit ran out in front of my car and said, “Follow Me”. I was fixed upon His knee.

We too often think God comes to a clean place. .. Instead of to come clean a place. The difference is huge. We can be so distracted by “cleaning ourselves up” or prepping our own soil. .. that we are blind to the heavy yoke we choose instead of the one Yeshua invited us to take upon our shoulders. While we were yet sinners. .. Christ died for us! He was planted into our dark and dirty hearts! The producing of fruit is all His work. Done under ground if you will, where we think He does not go. .. dark and dirty. .. buried and dead. .. yet brimming with Life potential because He died and went into that very dead darkness to “fertilize” those places where death reigned with His Work on the Cross. We must allow Him to work in those dark and dirty places… Those are why He is here. .. why He came. .. it is the Kingdom work. Just like when we sleep. .. In a darkened room without any voluntary cooperation seemingly on our part. .. but we surrender to the process. .. Christ comes into our hearts and we need only rest and watch and wait to see how He expertly turns the dark dirty soil into food and nutrients to form the new creature He is making. He takes this seemingly small seed of our trust (because we all know how “big” this seed really is) and makes such a plant, such a creation! It fairly made me want to dump all my dark and dirty parts right out into the seat I was sitting in! I was so amazed at Adonai. .. and His amazing works. I felt like David. .. unable to keep the praise and worship from rolling out of my heart! Listing from one thing to another all the deeds He does that makes Him so great! All of the sudden I was running errands of His glory instead of the silly list for my silly house and duties.


There was nothing especially new in what I was hearing today. I just leap and jump and praise and shout how God reflects everything He has purposed to do in us in everything He has ever done! There is no place we can’t find Him. .. proving, proving, proving to us His Love and trustworthiness! I love it! I went out to “run errands” and He ran one too! Right here inside my dark and dirty heart showing me where He has made a bloom that reaches up to His Light from those dark and dirty places and makes things new!


In further study and research I “stumbled” onto this blog and found the best seed study I’ve ever seen. It’s got 12 parts. .. but it’s worth every second of time! For those who live to “dig deep”… this will make you grow!

Grace and peace in Yeshua the Messiah

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What did Yeshua Think? ~ Part 2

June 5, 2013 at 2:32 am (Remodeling the Mind) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )


This prayer/phrase was integrated into every single thing Yeshua (Jesus) did, the Hebrews did. Hear O Israel the Lord our God is One God starts every prayer and blessing in this culture. Therefore we can know that Yeshua grew up with these words coming before and after virtually every action He took every day. Knowing it’s meaning…the function and purpose of it, when we know our Savior spoke these words almost as first words…is powerful.

The following is taken from The Living Words – Volume 1 – Pages 135-137 by Jeff A. Benner. Everything in parenthesis ( ) is my addition.


Could you imagine watching the news one evening and the news anchor states, “A major earthquake hits, causing extensive damage and loss of life,” then moves onto the next story. No video, no details, no location, nothing. Well, this is exactly what translating one Hebrew word for one English word is like, as each Hebrew word is rich with meaning that cannot be expressed with only one English word.

We will be examining several verses of scripture, word by word, looking for the deeper meaning behind the Hebrew that has been lost in our English translations.

Hear O Israel

Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one LORD: And you shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might.
~ Deuteronomy 6:4,5 (RSV)

Hear: sham a – This word means “to hear” but with the Hebraic idea “to pay attention to what is being spoken and act upon it“. When Israel “hears” the directions of God, they agree to act upon them they obey His Words. When God “hears” the pleas of Israel in bondage in Egypt, He acts upon them He rescues Israel.

(John 5:25 ~ Yeshua (Jesus) speaking…

Yes, indeed I tell you that there is coming a time – in fact, its already here – when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God, and those who listen will come to life.)

LORD: Yahweh – The name meaning “He exist”.

God: Elohiym -While this word is often translated as “God”, we must recognize that the idea behind a “god”, any “god” is a Greek concept. The Hebrew word means “judges” in the sense of One with great power and authority.

One: ehhad – The use of the word “one” in this verse is commonly interpreted to mean that there is only “one” God. However, from a Hebraic perspective, this verse is stating that Yahweh is in unity with Himself. A good example of this is the pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night. A cloud and fire are opposites – one provides coolness and shade; the other heat and light. Yet they work together to preserve the people during the day and the night.


(John 10:37-38 ~ Yeshua speaking…

“If I am not doing deeds that refect My Father’s power, don’t trust Me. But if I am, then, even if you don’t trust Me, trust the deeds; so that you may understand once and for all that the Father is united with Me, and I am united with the Father.”)


Love: ahav – Love is not an emotion: it is an action. The context of this word in the text indicates that we are to “love” God with our actions, not with our emotions. (Because our emotions are always changing based on circumstances, hormones, and reactions. They can be used by the enemy to move away from God)


( John 17:26 ~ Yeshua praying for us…

I made Your Name known to them, and I will continue to make it known; so that the love with which You have loved Me may be in them, and I, Myself may be united with them. )

Heart: levav – The heart in Hebrew thought is the thoughts of the mind, not an emotion as we would relate to the word heart. In this passage, we are informed how to “love” Yahweh – by keeping all our thoughts focused on Him.


( Matthew 15:18-20 ~ Yeshua speaking…

But what comes out of your mouth is actually from your heart, and that is what makes a person unclean. For out of the heart come forth wicked thoughts, murder, adultery, and other kinds of sexual immorality, theft, lies, slanders…These are what really make a person unclean… )
(notice the wicked thoughts are mentioned first, then action, action, action. The concept of this prayer/command is neon in Hebraic perspective. Sow a thought…reap an action)

Soul: nephesh – Literally the whole of the person. First we are told to love Yahweh with our minds, now with all of our bodies, our wholeness.

Might: me’od – This is a very interesting word, especially in the way that it is used in this context. This word is used throughout Hebrew as an adverb, intensifying a verb, and is usually translated as very, greatly, or much. This is the only time this word appears as a noun and is best translated as “muchness”. This idea of muchness is expanding on the previous two ways we are to love Yahweh, first with our mind, then with our body, and now with everything we have. (All at our disposal, resources)


( Matthew 13:44-45 ~ Yeshua speaking…

The Kingdom of Heaven is like a treasure hidden in a field. A man found it, hid it again, then in great joy went and sold everything he owned, and bought that field.
Again, the Kingdom of Heaven is like a merchant on the lookout for fine pearls. On finding one very valuable pearl he went away, sold everything he owned and bought it.”

Now that we have examined each word in this passage, to uncover their original meanings in the Hebrew culture, let’s translate it with a more Hebraic flavor. ( The way Yeshua thought and understood it )

Israel, pay careful attention and respond: Yahweh is our power and authority, Yahweh works in unity with Himself: and you shall act upon your love to Yahweh your power and authority with your thoughts and mind, with your entire body and with all the muchness that you have.


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It becomes increasingly clear that Yeshua thought and processed like a Hebrew. He knew these concepts and perspectives from His growth in the culture of God, the Father’s making…Hebrew/Jew. Every word He spoke is inundated with Hebraic thought. Which tells us that the richness and depth of God’s communication is profound this way.

So far in this series we have seen the value of looking “through His eyes” at the Words He spoke. We find confirmation after confirmation of His culture. That it makes a difference to understand it. It can be understood via the Greek/western mindset; but one gives a side salad if you will, which feeds but this way we get ” the full meal deal”. 🙂

Grace and peace in Yeshua the Messiah ❤

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Eternal Beauty

February 6, 2013 at 3:09 am (Remodeling the Mind) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , )


Proverbs 31:25; 30

Clothed in strength and dignity, she can laugh at the days to come.

Charm can lie, beauty can vanish, but a woman who fears Adonai should be praised.

Psalms 34:5

They look to Him and grew radiant; their faces will never blush for shame.

1 Peter 3:3-4

Your beauty should not consist in externals such as fancy hairstyles, gold jewelry or what you wear; rather, let it be the inner character of your heart, with the imperishable quality of a gentle and quiet spirit. In God’s sight this is of great value.

I love the above picture. So rare to find such an awesome display of how God meant a woman to look. I am not talking feature for feature, nor the adornment; though I find it rather beautiful. It is in what the picture captures that can’t be “seen” with the physical eyes that draws me. Rare because now a picture with a woman that doesn’t show “more skin” is so quickly passed by. Even in “christian” circles a woman of “health” is the picture of a lean, beautiful glowing skin, flowing hair, and her “assets” are pronounced in the form of dress. Its meant to say “Unashamed about how God made a woman”. It tries to punch a truth through a fabric of webs; the fabric shreds when its made of webbing. What “gets stuck to it” is intended for ill not gain. Certainly not beauty.

I recently read a blog post by a person who used God and His beauty in making women as a “shout out” for why they post pictures of naked women. It was in response to many of their fellow brother and sister’s complaint about them on their various sites. The rebut went on to say how God made women and we are not to be ashamed of how He did, so they went on to say how they felt justified in posting naked women on their site and God approves. Sigh…

I left the post heavy hearted for this person who claimed Adonai’s name for their shame, but in justification for what dishonors Him, not repentance. My thoughts first said, “Did God not make men beautiful too? Do you post naked men too?” The following thoughts I will spare you as they went on for some length of time. The end result being how I prayed for this person and with the heaviness of heart and spirit instead of words and thoughts of my “rational” mind.

I can throw no stones for any womans manner of dress these days, as my own have had their share of “skin revealed”. Yet I can not help but want to shout my repentance for any who have ears to hear. In part I only reflected what was taught to me; external beauty is accepted, skin is shameless, and the attention it invites is harmless. While I do believe there is NO shame to the body given in all its naked beauty to a spouse, I am personally grateful that no one escapes the initial shame of it given where it wasn’t designed to be shameless. It is the grace and love of God for the one who heeds its initial instruction. For those who ignore it, it adds to the account in harm to themselves and those around them.

No one gives that a second thought. That we are instructed not to do anything that may harm the right relationship with our neighbor and their Father in heaven. What a different world we would be in if that was the guiding principle of truth for all.

I thought about making this part of my “What Women Want” series. Then thought about it again. Its what men, real men, true men as they were designed by God, want too. To see beautiful women, being beautiful; not just looking beautiful. Its the heart of our Father that we would see beauty in every woman, man, child; whether they carry the trendy and popular notion of beauty defined by the world or not. I guarantee you if He gives us eyes to see whats truly beautiful in anyone; they won’t be naked! It won’t be centered around what the physical eyes can see at all!!! Its interesting to me that Yeshua (Jesus) never once pointed at anything and said, “Now look at that person, this is how the physical body is to be considered beautiful.” Never even talked about physique. Not one time, not one word in this direction. Close comes the parable of how we are not to worry about it, and points to lilies and birds as a means for evidence of our Fathers trustworthiness. But no ideal was given by Him for diet, exercise, “fitness” or bodily beauty at all! The lack of teaching on His part here speaks volumes to its “importance” in the Kingdom of heaven. What He did teach about was about the world within the man and woman who desires to be His follower.

Above all God made His children very beautiful, in physical form and in their complexity in the body He gave their spirits/souls to carry them! Yet all the words He has ever spoken invite us to go beyond what the eye can see, the hands can feel, the body can perceive. Words spoken in invitation to see the more mind-boggling beauty that lays beyond the retina of human perception.

For women and men the best of beauty is where they focus’ their gaze from within. Honoring the One who made all they see, and thereby doing no harm to the possibility of another’s potential to do the same.

I pray He will continue to teach me, leading me 1st through my own repentance of chosen blindness, and following with the corrected vision only He can give.

Grace and peace in Yeshua the Messiah ❤

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