In God We Trust


In God We Trust
We believe the world came into existence by the batKol or Voice of an UnseenSupremeSpirit Being. Lots of people do not want to believe in His existence nor does want to believe that this God above all gods has the intention to have His Plan fulfilled.

The Adonai, ElohimHashemJehovah, gave His dvar (or word) for man to listen to it and to follow it up. Many of His Words became written down by men of God, so that we could have a guidefor life. Man should come to know that he better follows that Guidebook and listens to the Words of that Most HighGod.

All-throughout the scrolls we are reminded Who makes everything possible for man and Whom we should trust. Like King David was not afraid of the Most High and trusted Him we too should keep our vows by offering songs of thanksgiving to Him (Tehillim or Psalm 4:1-8 + 11:1-7 + 56:11-13)
The importance of trust cannot be underestimated. It is written in several places that we should trust in Jehovah with all our heart; and that we should lean not unto our own understanding but should try to get understanding and wisdom from His Dvar.

Proverbs 3:1-12 OJB Beni (my son), forget not my torah; but let thine lev keep my mitzvot; (2) For orekh yamim (length of days), and shnot chayyim, and shalom, shall they add to thee. (3) Let not chesed and emes forsake thee; bind them about thy neck; write them upon the luach (tablet) of thine lev; (4) So shalt thou find chen and seichel tov in the eyes of Elohim and adam. (5) Trust in Hashem with all thine lev, and lean not unto thine own binah (understanding). (6) In all thy drakhim acknowledge Him, and He shall make yosher thy orkhot (paths). (7) Be not chacham in thine own eyes; fear Hashem, and depart from rah. (8) It shall be rife'ut (health) to thy navel, and marrow to thy atzmot. (9) Honor Hashem with thy substance, and with the reshit (firstfruit) of all thine increase; (10) So shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy vats shall burst out with tirosh. (11) Beni (my son), despise not the musar Hashem; neither be weary of His tokhakhah (reproof); (12) For whom Hashem loveth, He correcteth; even as an av the ben in whom he delighteth.

The majority of people trust in themselves and in the possibilities of mankind.

Proverbs 28:26 OJB He that trusteth in his own lev is a kesil (fool), but he who walketh in chochmah, he shall be delivered.

We should walk in chochmah and try also others to walk wisely adhering to the mitzvot which keep us on the right track. We also should show others how there have been many in the past who have put their trust unto God. We also should try to get the same trust and faith as His only begottenbelovedben haElohim (son of God)Jeshua, who should be our example to follow and to build up our life.

Jeshua (Yeshua/Yahushua) has shown us that his heavenly Father, Jehovah God,  is trustworthy and so is His word! It is not because man turned himself away from God by rebelling against Him that we as individuals would not have any chance any more to come close to Him.
We as weak being can use the strength God is willing to give to those who want to come close to Him. Jehovah is an everlasting rock on which we can stand firm in all sorts of storms.

Isaiah 26:4 OJB Trust ye in Hashem forever; for in G-d Hashem is Tzur Olamin;

Jeshuaists puts their desire with their soul in every part of the day, believing God has a Plan for mankind and that all His promises shall come true. Therefore we do have to search for the Truth and for that Most Qodesh or Set-ApartUnseenOmnipotent SupremeSpirit Being. With our spirit within us we will have to seek Him earnestly. For when His judgments are in the earth, the inhabitants of the world learn righteousness. (Yeshayahu - Isaiah 26:9)

We have all good reason ot put our trust and hope on Jehovah. When we look at the previous centuries we can see how all His promises, being prophesied by several of His  navi have become true. Knowing that there are still a few prophecies which have to be fulfilled we better prepare ourselves for when they would become a reality. Therefore let us trust in the everlasting strength of Jehovah, putting our hope on Him.

Psalms 71:5 OJB For Thou art my tikveh (hope), Adonoi Hashem; Thou art my trust from my youth.

Jehovah is the only One Who can deliver us from evil and death and can give us richly all things we really need to enjoy.

1 Timothy 6:17 OJB Charge the oishirim in the Olam Hazeh not to walk in gaa'vah (pride) and highmindedness, neither to put their tikvah (hope) in the uncertainty of their osher but in Hashem who richly grants us all things for enjoyment.

Psalms 9:7-12 OJB (8) But Hashem shall reign l'olam; He hath established His kisse (throne) for mishpat. (8) (9) And He shall judge the tevel (world) in tzedek, He shall govern the nations with justice. (9) (10) Hashem also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of tzoros. (10) (11) And they that know Shemecha will put their trust in Thee; for Thou, Hashem, hast not forsaken them that seek Thee. (11) (12) Sing praises to Hashem, enthroned in Tziyon; declare among the nations His deeds. (12) (13) When He avenges [shefach] dahm, He remembereth them; He forgetteth not the cry of the aniyim (humble, afflicted, the helpless ones).

That Name of the Most Holy One we should make known or proclaim all over the world.

We do know lots of people do not like lovers of God and hate Jews and people who worship Jehovah as their Only One God. though we should trust God with the knowledge that man can never do much more than God. Man can perhaps come to kill us in this worldsystem, but the Elohim has something much nicer in petto for us when we trust Him.

2 Corinthians 1:9 OJB  But we ourselves have had the gezar din (verdict) of mishpat mavet (a death sentence) in ourselves so that we should not have emunah (faith) in ourselves but in Hashem, Mechayyei Mesim (Who Revivest the Dead). [Shemoneh Esreh, YIRMEYAH 17:5,7]

Psalms 32:10 OJB  Many sorrows shall be to the resha'im, but he that trusteth in Hashem, chesed shall envelop and cover him.

Psalms 37:40 OJB  And Hashem helps them, and delivers them; He shall deliver them from the resha'im, and save them, because they take refuge in Him.

Psalms 37:1-17 OJB  

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Fret not thyself because of re'im (evildoers); neither have thou kina (jealousy, envy) of the workers of iniquity. (2) For they shall soon be cut down like the khatzir (grass), and wither as the green desheh (herb, plant). (3) Trust in Hashem, and do tov; so shalt thou dwell in the Eretz (land), ure'eh emunah (and thou be pastured securely). (4) Delight thyself also in Hashem, and He shall give thee the desires of thine lev. (5) Commit thy derech (road, way) unto Hashem; trust also in Him; and He shall bring it to pass. (6) And He shall bring forth thy tzedakah (righteousness) as the ohr (light), and thy mishpat (justice) as the tzohorayim (noonday). (7) Rest in Hashem, and wait patiently for Him; fret not thyself because of him who prospereth in his derech, because of the ish who bringeth wicked schemes to pass. (8) Cease from anger, and forsake chemah (wrath); fret not thyself in any wise to do rah. (9) For evildoers shall be cut off; but those that wait upon Hashem, they shall inherit the Eretz (land). (10) For yet a little while, and the rasha shall not be; yes, thou shalt watch his place, and he will not be. (11) But the anavim (meek ones) shall inherit Eretz; and shall delight themselves in rov shalom (great peace; see Psa 119:165). (12) The rasha plotteth against the tzaddik, and gnasheth upon him with his teeth. (13) Adonoi shall laugh at him, for He seeth that his yom is coming. (14) The resha'im have drawn out the cherev, and have bent their keshet, to cast down the oni (poor) and evyon (needy), and to slay such as be yishrei derech (upright ones on the road, that walk uprightly). (15) Their cherev shall enter into their own lev, and their keshatot (bows) shall be broken. (16) A little that a tzaddik hath is better than the riches of resha'im rabbim. (17) For the zero'ot (arms, powers) of the resha'im shall be broken; but Hashem upholdeth the tzaddikim.


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  2. How to Read the Bible (sequel 5)
  3. An openingschapter explaining why things are like they are and why we may have hope for better things
  4. God is Jehovah Shammah-God is There!
  5. About The story of Creation 1 Existing cosmologies
  6. About The story of Creation 3 Nothingness, chaos, order and divine intelligence
  7. High recognitions . . . . All of the Light of the Universe
  8. Existence and difficult recognition of the Supreme Deity Being
  9. About the Cosmological argument for proving that there is a Creative Deity
  10. Consciously or unconsciously forming a world-view and choosing to believe or not to believe in God
  11. When no man can say with absolute certainty that God does or does not exist
  12. Fog, brass and light for the eyes
  13. When found the necessary books to read and how to read them
  14. A Tool to shed light over the qualities in our life 1 Inner feelings
  15. Moshe Rabbenu and Torat Moshe
  16. Divine revelation mediated by Moshe and other selected people
  17. When found the necessary books to read and how to read them
  18. Reading to grow and to become wise concerning the most important thing in life 1 Times of reading
  19. Reading to grow and to become wise concerning the most important thing in life 3 Light and wisdom in words
  20. Many opportunities given by God
  21. On the Edge of Believing
  22. God isn’t dead though for many He is not relevant
  23. Why think that (4) … God would reveal himself in words
  24. Doubting the reality, genuineness and effectiveness of God’s love
  25. When believing in God’s existence and His son, possessing a divine legislation
  26. Thought for today: Nothing to hard for God
  27. Trust God
  28. If you keep your faith and trust in God
  29. The Immeasurable Grace bestowed on humanity
  30. That brotherly love may continue and have people join hands
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