We must desire to know the mind of Ahahya


In this day our desires are freely expressed and publicized socially.  The onset of social media changed the manner in which we communicate our deepest thoughts and our unfiltered expressions to one another and ultimately the world.  The world can now hear your pain, understand your life’s journey and experience your abuse or manipulations endured as a child due or currently through social media.  The exposure to these emotions and personal accounts of how life is currently treating you alters our desires.

There is a constant that is present in every generation, a passion for our own desires.  We are born with this direct opposition to the original intent and purpose for which we were created.  The title may seem bold in the eyes of many.  “Who is it that thinks they can know what Ahayah (the Most High) is thinking, the nerve?”   Knowing what Ahayah (the Most High) is thinking is very different from knowing the mind of Ahayah (our God).  It is not arrogant to desire to know the mind of Ahayah, but an inheritance given to us by Ahayah.  We discussed this a few blogs ago, “Why as a Christian do we need to study the Torah?”  The Torah is our inheritance, and it is a finite portion of the mind of Ahayah (TMH) concerning our purpose and role in the Kingdom of God that He has given us to have dominion in this earth.

Everything that we are promised in the scriptures points back to knowing the mind of Ahayah from the beginning.  Adam, prior to the fall of mankind, functioned in the image of Ahayah.  In Genesis

Gen 1:26

And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.

If we are created in His image it is for the purpose of functioning in a smaller capacity on the earth.  The earth belongs to us.  God rules and His image can only do the same in the earth where we have been given dominion to do so.  The depth of the sin committed by HaSatan was he illegally attempted to rule and have dominion in the realm where Ahayah was sovereign.  Isn’t that an interesting perspective to consider when we think of the pattern of behaviors, it is therefore not surprising that the first order of business for the serpent when he was cast down was to usurp the dominion of mankind.

Exo 15:9
The enemy said, I will pursue, I will overtake, I will divide the spoil; my lust shall be satisfied upon them; I will draw my sword, my hand shall destroy them.


The Torah is Ahayah’s teaching and instructions which is his mind surrounding how we worship and serve Him in our kingship on this earth.  The Torah develops the understanding of patterns that are Ahayah’s interaction, expectation and process of dominion in His kingdom.   When we study the Torah His desires become our desires, and the passions that lead to death from the fleshly desires of this world hold no power over us. We in essence are able to overcome the world.

1Jo 2:16

For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world.

We are encouraged to seek the mind of Ahayah ( who is Christ) to gain the inheritance.  He informs us that we must be born again, and Christians have done that yet their mind still embraces the passion and desire of this world.   Nicodemus understood that despite his high status as a Pharisee, there was still something missing.  You remember the discussion and Yashaya’s answer,”You must be born again.”  The birth is a renewing of our thoughts and desires in our heart (mind), and replace it with the thoughts and desires in our heart to align with Ahayah’s according to the TORAH.  We are created to know the mind of Ahayah (the Most High God), when we are reborn with Christ.

1Co 2:16

For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But we have the mind of Christ.

Loving you enough to tell you the truth…

Prophetess C. C.

We must desire to know the mind of Ahahya

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