Archive | October 12, 2017

Blessing by Beth Auman

Adonai is the One who blesses us with Good things and His blessing makes us rich. His Blessings is an empowerment in our lives to live in His Shalom.

Shalom means wholeness, completeness, nothing missing, nothing broken. Every area of our lives full of Love, Peace, Joy and Prosperity. Lacking nothing.

A blessing from the Lord is an empowerment. When He blesses us we are empowered to succeed. To prosper (to lack nothing) and He adds no sorrow to it.

All you have to do is simply receive what He has for you. Thank Him for whatever He gives to you and be grateful every single day. Because you are blessed.

Remember to bless all of those around you each day too. If you are a believer in Yeshua then you are ordained to speak a Blessing over others. We are even to Bless our enemies (Luke 6:28).

Walk in the blessing of Adonai every single day. Ponder His blessings over your life in your heart and be Thankful for whatever they are. Remember that He doesn’t mix sorrow with it.

Adonai I come before You today and I bless You first Adonai. I bless each one who has chosen to take their time to read this. I bless you my dear friend with the fullness of Adonai’s Shalom over your life and I pray that you will bless others every single day. As You bless us Adonai and we bless others rather than curse them, that we will see Your Kingdom come and Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. May we all cry out to You Adonai as David did in Psalm 103 on a daily basis in Yeshua’s Mighty Name. Amen

Psalm 103 (CJB)

(1) Bless Adonai, my soul!
Everything in me, bless his holy name!
Bless Adonai, my soul,
and forget none of his benefits!

He forgives all your offenses,
he heals all your diseases,
he redeems your life from the pit,
he surrounds you with grace and compassion,
he contents you with good as long as you live,
so that your youth is renewed like an eagle’s.

Adonai brings vindication and justice
to all who are oppressed.
He made his ways known to Moshe,
his mighty deeds to the people of Isra’el.
Adonai is merciful and compassionate,
slow to anger and rich in grace.
He will not always accuse,
he will not keep his anger forever.
10 He has not treated us as our sins deserve
or paid us back for our offenses,
11 because his mercy toward those who fear him
is as far above earth as heaven.
12 He has removed our sins from us
as far as the east is from the west.

13 Just as a father has compassion on his children,
Adonai has compassion on those who fear him.
14 For he understands how we are made,
he remembers that we are dust.
15 Yes, a human being’s days are like grass,
he sprouts like a flower in the countryside —
16 but when the wind sweeps over, it’s gone;
and its place knows it no more.
17 But the mercy of Adonai on those who fear him
is from eternity past to eternity future,
and his righteousness extends
to his children’s children,
18 provided they keep his covenant
and remember to follow his precepts.

19 Adonai has established his throne in heaven;
his kingly power rules everything.
20 Bless Adonai, you angels of his,
you mighty warriors who obey his word,
who carry out his orders!
21 Bless Adonai, all his troops,
who serve him and do what he wants!
22 Bless Adonai, all his works,
in every place where he rules!
Bless Adonai, my soul!

 

Love Beyond Measure,

Beth Auman

 

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