Yeshua is the Hebrew name, and its English spelling is Joshua.

Iesous is the Greek transliteration of the Hebrew name, and its English spelling is Jesus.

The Lord God
Most High

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Manifest Presence

I'm writing this letter in the hope that our hearts may be open and ready to receive the miracle of God's grace and supernatural unity upon the church. And therefore, see through the mistake of wrestling ministry control away from His administration. Our focus is to remain steadfast and we the people are the church of His authority, which doesn't refer to a certain denomination or religious order. That the eyes of our understanding be set on Jesus and not swayed away by worldly wise decisions. Except that they guide us to stand by faith as we mature into a people after God's own heart. A manifest presence of "joy unspeakable and full of glory."

We the people should be ready in prayer and have developed a personal communication and divine understanding which keeps our daily "in step" walk and spiritual devotion intact. We shall know that our future is already prepared through the divinity of faith. The past is cleansed of impurity through the mercy of His sacrifice at Calvary and the present is steadfast and cannot be shaken: when we're standing in the presence of God almighty. "Yahweh is great and is highly praised; His greatness is unsearchable." And even though we may not see or agree about the big picture, our faith is seasoned with salt — one step at a time. Yet to some individuals or super apostles, a serene and gentle faith may seem too simple — for they're preaching a great end-time extravaganza of God's power. To larrup an euphoric type worship and stage antics about signs and wonders: that stirs up an emotional frenzy of easy effervescent expression. And thereby unwittingly overstepping the Holy Spirit. Surely a complete inner working is better than a short-term emotional appeal of sorts. A supernatural cleansing that washes away the graffiti of past memories and illuminates (brightens) one's soul.

Adonai (El-Shaddai: The Almighty Sufficient One) has already revealed His awesome power, which is seen every morning at sunrise and by the new and improved pictures that astronomy is revealing of the celestial creation. Surely the angels were puzzled by this wonderment as they witnessed the creation of the universe. And by His grace, our planet has witnessed some outstanding events of His supernatural intervention on reminding us of His sovereign commitment: in saving a remnant of people for eternity. And yes, we should study revivals with an open heart as a road map to the ongoing way of His wonder working power: a wonderful journey of faith. Therefore, I'd like to encourage the church to be less self-focused and begin to work together in the unity of faith. Sure, we may not always agree on some doctrine or form of worship. The church building, pastor and audience relationship isn't the way of the early apostolic community. The signs of the time may be pointing towards an underground church and thereby, a special unity and gifting of the faithful ever-present. Although, I believe that Jesus continues to work with the modern church because of His great compassion and desire to save souls.

I'd like to encourage everyone to join the movement of faith by developing a closer over and above relationship with Jesus. The Bible teaches that we will know the witness of our salvation as a born-again experience. It's becoming commonplace in the world nowadays to use descriptions like evangelist to represent a secular job title and therefore, steal away the truth and importance of God given abilities. And unfortunately, many Christians aren't aware of these subtle shifts on turning great truths into common words or sayings. It is the desire and delight of God to see our lives inspirationally transformed by the Holy Spirit about and through us in all things. As it is, we are called to be "salt of the earth" and a picture of God's love. There is no need for external control since this is the presence of God unlimited. "The wind blows where it pleases, and you hear its sound, but you don’t know where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit."


next topic: Waves of Glory

"Ye rejoice greatly with joy unspeakable and full of glory."

First, God's presence is always timely. In periods of crisis, when His people are in jeopardy needing special help or guidance, God assures them of His presence.

Second, God's presence is always consistent. His promise is that He will never leave or forsake His people. His presence never fails.

Third, God‘s presence is always comforting. It eliminates fear and anxiety in the crisis times and generates contentment in all the circumstances of life.

It is improbable that God's mercy would ever abandon us and thereby be named a quitter, unrighteous or untrustworthy in His redemption plan.

Jesus Christ
is the hope of glory.