It's been 7 years, around this time, since my last fast. Then, I fasted because I was about to be immersed, and I wanted to quit smoking. I remember my thought process was that I didn't want to come up out of the water, the the same old girl, dragging the same old habits, into my new existence.
Yah looked favorably on my offering.
I am fasting again. I will not say for what; that is between Yah and me. Know only that my hope is to endure.
Shalom, and Yah Bless!
It's been awhile since my last post. I've been 'caught-up' in the Ruach ha Qodesh, which has been revealing things so rapidly sometimes I am overwhelmed. There are times when I feel I can't process it all. I begin to feel anxious, and bogged down.
I've learned to count the days, and The Ruach has led me to multiple scriptural witnesses. I can say with all confidence and certainty, there is nothing mentioned in scriptures where a date, time, and month are given, that does not relate to Yah's Heavenly Calendar. Every incident from the creation, to the flood, to Abraham receiving the covenant, to the birthdates of the Patriarchs, the Exodus, Moses receiving the Tablets, the giving of the time clock r/t the Appointed Times, the going into Captivities, the prophecy given to Daniel, the rebuilding of the temple, the coming of Yahoshua, haMaschiach, His passion, the Pentecost, and the promise of His return are all according to Yah's counting of time. Not man's counting, and certainly not man's Julian, and Gregorian calendar's.
Yah's wisdom involves a more perfect way of marking the passage of time. He does not rely on methods created by His creation, who exists but for a second, taking his futilities with him. Yah's calendar stands for all time. He changes not.
Yet I am deeply grieved. My people refuse to hear. They will not even invest the time, to prayerfully investigate the information. They brazenly stomp on my neck, and stop up their ears. Sigh.