“Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the Universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments and commanded us to count the omer: Tonight is be the 46th night of the Omer, which is Six Weeks, and four days.
9 How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to your word.
10 I seek you with all my heart; don’t let me stray from your mitzvot.
11 I treasure your word in my heart, so that I won’t sin against you.
12 Blessed are you, Adonai! Teach me your laws.
13 I proclaim with my mouth all the rulings you have spoken.
14 I rejoice in the way of your instruction more than in any kind of wealth.
15 I will meditate on your precepts and keep my eyes on your ways.
16 I will find my delight in your regulations. I will not forget your word.
Mediatation Day 46: “I Will My Will To You”
There is a deep seated piece of God that lives inside of each of us. Guess what it is? The common responses are the soul or the spirit, and while they are correct responses there is still one response, that when you hear it, instantly you know. The Torah gives us the knowledge, understanding and wisdom to live functional lifestyles. The response we are looking at today is where the function of it will set another level of understanding how to live boldly, confidently and holy in the kingdom on earth as it is in heaven. The answer is the will of man, or the human will. Yahweh has given each of us free will to choose our ways of direction at any point of decision making.
The will of man is that piece of God that lives inside each of us. How can that be, a man’s will can lean toward wickedness or holiness. The free will of mankind is what makes man the one who has dominion over all animals and fishes of the sea. The ability to pick and choose who we will serve is what YHWH treasures as we give YHWH authority to speak in our lives. He gives us the offering in our mind, body and soul as the free will guides what they will. The meditation title today is “I will my will to you.” This is a message that we must hear clearly. We cannot please YHWH or remain in right standing without surrendering our will to him according to His Torah.
In today’s eight versus of Psalm 119, the question of what it will take for one who is pure to remain pure opens the scripture set? The answer is the word of YHWH. We hear this often, but we must translate it in YHWH’s terms and hear what He is really asking us to do. He wants us to turn our will of life toward Him. How do you know this is what YHWH desires? The scripture says our ways are not His ways and our thoughts are not His thoughts [Isa. 55:8-9]. This is true, but as we become more aligned with the Moedim, which means God’s appointed times including the Sabbath day and the Holy Feast Days, we begin to understand the patterns that YHWH has set before us to learn of Him. Our will must align with YHWH’s will if we expect true change in our direction, function and blessing over our lives .
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