Yom Kippur is a special appointed day observed on September 27th of the Biblical calendar year as being the Day of Atonement. The First Six Day God created the world in six days. In God's time, humanity was made on the sixth day. Therefore in God's eyes, we are still in the sixth day and… Continue reading Yom Kippur: Returning to Your True Self
We are in a time of change. We are ready to change because for the first time in history we understand what I do affects what you do. We need to survive. Man Versus Machine We know that we need to work together, but we are also tired of working against each other. We are… Continue reading I’m Going to Wash that Ego Right Out of my Head…
We are all like locks and keys. All of us are either a lock or a key. Each key we find unlocks a different part of ourselves. 1. The Personal Key Our relationship begins between God and ourselves. God desires for us to know love and to know how to love, but first, we must… Continue reading Lock & Key: Four Master Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven
WE ARE about to have what God has always promised. Since the beginning of time, God's plan has always been to have a perfect place, a perfect garden, and a perfect people. God created man on the sixth day and this day will not be complete until we have defined good and bad as the… Continue reading Heading to the Promised Land: A Call to Holy Living
Life is a journey to finding your true self that reveals a love story. The message of God is best summed up through the words, “love God and love your neighbour.” We learn to love ourselves by understanding love, which is God and that is how we truly know how to love one another. The… Continue reading Our Divine Purpose: Who Are We?
The Fall: Adam and Eve In the beginning, two people lived together perfectly in a perfect garden. From a young age, as if like a brother and a sister they eventually fell passionately in love. Their love for one another was right and true, but it still being only the sixth day, in their combined… Continue reading Who is Righteous? 🤷♀️ A Question for all of us.
The Bible is a combination of literal and figurative language. While being documented historical fact, it is also beautifully poetically written at the same time. God made a garden and in that garden He placed two trees. One tree is the tree of life while the other is the tree of knowledge of good and… Continue reading The Two Trees