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Praise and worship gives us a true perspective of Who Yahweh is
in our lives and who we are in Him.
Praise and worship to our Father YHWH connects our Spirits in the Ruach HaKodesh (Set Apart Spirit) of the Father in an amazing way. When we desire to grow our Faith we also learn to delight we see unlimited ways of giving Praise and Worship unto our Master YHWH. Praise comes about by seeing the Hand of Yahweh in everything and knowing His Truth and Authority of His Word and that He is YHWH, Master of the Universe, a loving Father who delights in blessing His children, a rewarder of all who diligently seek Him.
Each of us is a “tabernacle” or “sanctuary” in Mashiyach where we are accepted and able to hear from Him. As the Spirit of YHWH was poured through David he wrote his experience in our Father YHWH and shared the Goodness, Majesty and Justice of YHWH that also transformed his own life. Praise to our Father YHWH flows through each of us who study Him and pursue Him.
Study is the highest form of worship unto YHWH
Studying the Word of YHWH enables us to enter in, and see His attributes begin to change us. Studying Torah and the Words of Yeshua gives the Ruach HaKodesh opportunity to confirm the Word of YHWH in our hearts and transform our thoughts to His thoughts within us. The Word of YHWH is His Spirit that lives inside of us as we learn and study His Word. As we study we recognize that His Ruach HaKodesh (Set Apart Spirit) speaks to our minds and helps us overcome the things in our life that we struggle to overcome. Consider that,
“For the Word of Elohim is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.”
As we read and study and apply the Word of YHWH to our lives we grow in a dialogue with His Spirit within us, there is no substitute for hearing the Father’s Voice for ourselves. We must train our spirits to learn how to hear His Voice and we all have the capabilities to do so. So let’s see what the spirit inside of us does with this verse,
“He that turns away his ear from hearing the Torah,even his prayer shall be an abomination.”
What are your thoughts? Have you turned your ear away from hearing? Have you followed a religion that tells you that Torah is done away with? It’s not for today? Perhaps you can see a dichotomy between the Word of YHWH, the wisdom of His Word and what religions teach. YHWH’s Word is very often the opposite of what religions teach, this is why many people struggle to hear His Voice.Every religion has teachings that cause people to turn their ears away from hearing Torah. Judaism has elevated the traditions of the rabbis over the simplicity of Torah, Christians are taught to reject “Old Testament Law” and most have never been shown that Torah means “instruction in righteousness”, not “law”. Nevertheless, each of us is able to search these things out and this is a most important and necessary form of praise and worship to the Father. When we study His Word we draw close to Him and we also have the opportunity to ask Him to speak to our souls, to forgive us, to help us, to guide us. When we love our Father in Heaven enough to study and live according to His Word this is how we worship Him, and this is how we delight in Him. It’s a matter of truth rather than religious tradition. It’s a matter of having a relationship with the Father rather than hearing more religious ideas about Him.
YHWH is Faithful and Righteous and worthy of our worship to Him.
YHWH be with you,
Baruch Ben Daniel