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When the Door (Dalet) Shuts Down

April 25, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 227

All of us that have homes have naturally invited someone over for dinner. And when you are the host, you get to pick the time when you will have dinner. So you say, "I'll meet you at dinner at 7:30", But what would you feel if your guests show up an hour late?It would be depressing right? That would they would show up late and don't even say they're sorry. Now, it's the same thing with our God.

It is so depressing for God when He makes a dinner appointment every single week and we choose on a Shabbath when we have nothing to do and we can't even get there early much less on time. So let me encourage you especially those of you attend church service online, I challenge you to show up early. Be an example for your children, connect them to the television, turn it on, make it full screen on your computer, and act like you're sitting in one of the chairs in the church to worship, prostrate yourself, and enter into what the Father's doing, He might just speak to you. Have you ever heard the voice of the Father?

I know that there's a million things to do but take this not as a downer but a "lift you up" message that until you give the Father that is rightfully His, not just in your offering, but in your life you will never have an open door. Do you give Him what rightfully His first because it's only when you give your life that He opens up a door from heaven and pours out His voice and everything in it.

He wants you to know that He's waiting for you at dinner every week. Give Him what's rightfully His. Did you know that Yeshua told a story of a wedding feast and there's a door that were shut at a certain time. Did you know the 10 virgins, five of them went home because they run out of oil and the door was shut.

When the sound of the trumpet you can't be watching television, there is an appointment that He's making. You must make the appointment, there are no second chances and the door, the Dalet shuts. And when this door is shut, the Dalet is shut, there is no revelation. Revelation is over then the Messiah comes, it's the last book of the bible.

I'm Jim Staley Mo. It is my heart's desire that you will be challenged and transformed through the materials and resources that are in this article. Whether it's about Jewish holidays, the Sabbath Day, or the meaning of Christmas, history of Easter, origin of Christmas, or any other Hebraic topics, we want you to know the truth because the truth will only do one thing!

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