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Pilgrimage, The Days Of The Years Of My

pilgimage, Journey through Torah. Torah teaching verse by verse, Genesis through Deuteronomy is Torah, Michael Didier, Gentile becomes a Ger,Pharaoh said to Jacob, “How old are you?” And Jacob said to Pharaoh, “The days of the years of my pilgrimage are one hundred and thirty years; few and evil have been the days of the years of my life, and they have not attained to the days of the years of the life of my fathers in the days of their pilgrimage.” (Gen 47:8-9)

pilgrimage, Genesis 47, Genesis 48, Genesis 49Pilgrimage

1. A journey to a sacred place or shrine.
2. A long journey or search, especially one of exalted purpose or moral significance.

Jacob, like Isaac, Abraham, Shem and probably even Noah (the son of Lemech, the son of Methuselah, the son of Enoch) has been on his pilgrimage since the day he was born. He has always served Yehovah and dwelt in His eternal kingdom.

I, on the other hand, was a late bloomer; I did not begin my pilgrimage on the earth until 2000 when I was about 45. It was then that I gave up all my connections/covenants and came out of the kingdom of my birth, made myself 100% Yehovah’s man and then began my pilgrimage, my journey in His kingdom. Since that time I have learned what it means to dwell in the heaven instead of earth. Every man who fails to learn to dwell in heaven will perish, just as they did in the antediluvian world. Noah survived because he learned to walk in his pilgrimage with Yehovah. And when Nimrod ruled and reigned on the earth, Noah, Shem, Eber, and Abraham did not serve him even though they lived in what most folks would have thought was Nimrod’s kingdom.

pilgrimage, Genesis 47, Genesis 48, Genesis 49From whence comes the purpose of a person’s life? Come it by chance, a casting of the lot, or does a call of destiny beckon to each of us?” – From the movie ‘One Night with the King’.

It is my firm belief that the Creator has a destiny, an eternal purpose for each of our lives and it is my wish to effect those around me to embrace all that the Creator has for them. But until they (I am really talking to men) begin their pilgrimage, their destiny is on hold.

In this passage Jacob is talking to Pharaoh; but Jacob knows and understands the words of Yehovah that were given to Abraham and to himself.

So Israel took his journey with all that he had, and came to Beersheba, and slaughtered slaughters to his father Isaac’s Elohim. Then Elohim spoke to Israel in the visions of the night, and said, “Jacob, Jacob!” And he said, “Here I am.” So He said, “I am Elohim (THE lawmaker and judge), the Elohim of your father; do not fear to go down to Egypt, for I will make of you a great nation there. I will go down with you to Egypt, and I will also surely bring you up again; and Joseph will put his hand on your eyes.” (Gen 46:1-4)

This is destiny, the leading of Yehovah in the life of His men, in order to fulfill His word.

And when Jacob meets Pharaoh for the first time he understands that the provision that he is receiving is NOT from Pharaoh, even though Pharaoh may think so; the provision is from Yehovah for Jacob’s continued pilgrimage on the earth.

The Days Of The Years Of My Pilgrimage

2G50 – Genesis 47-49 and Yasher 55:19-36
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Jacob Dwelt In Heaven

We are looking at the contrast that Torah gives between the two brothers Esau and Jacob. Esau dwelt on earth and Jacob dwelt in heaven.

So the boys grew. And Esau was a cunning hunter, a man of the field; but Jacob was a mild man dwelling in tents. (Gen 25:27)

In part 1 of this 2 part series we saw that Esau was a man who lived by his senses, especially his eyes, but also a man who learned from his life experiences; he was a man of the flesh who lived like all animals do. His decisions about living were based on what seemed right for him.  But Jacob was not a “mild, plain, peaceful or quiet” man as most translations make him out to be. Jacob was a complete, mature, whole, upright and perfect man who shunned evil and feared Elohim. He learned the ways of Yehovah from his family; Isaac, Abraham, Eber and Shem. Abraham lived for 39 years in the home of Noah and Shem; he knew Yehovah and His ways.

Jasher 9:6 And Abram was in Noah’s house thirty-nine years, and Abram knew Yehovah from three years old, and he went in the ways of Yehovah until the day of his death, as Noah and his son Shem had taught him… .

Abraham obeyed My voice and kept My charge, My commandments, My statutes, and My laws.” (Gen 26:5)

Jacob was just like his father and his father’s father, a man who learned, loved and lived righteousness.

Today we are going to find out where these two contrasting men choose to dwell. Continue reading Jacob Dwelt In Heaven

Loving God 101

Basic information to the faith that Yeshua (Jesus) taught is that we are to leave the doctrines and traditions of men and to love Yehovah (the LORD) our Elohim (God, lawmaker and judge) with all our heart and with all our souls and with all our minds. But what does that really mean?

Few people really understand that Yeshua was not “coming up” with some new teaching but instead he was quoting, word for word, right out of the Deuteronomy. What Yeshua said was so foundational to our faith that we would be lost without a true picture of what he meant. I had a false image in my mind that needed to be toppled before I could be set free.

If I had learned the principles that are taught in this free video teaching called “Loving God 101,” I would have been set free in 1975 when I recommitted my life to the Elohim of Yeshua; but I was not. Instead I was taught the traditions and doctrines of men which left me in bondage to sin for the next 25 years and finally resulted in the loss of my precious family. If you would allow me, I would like to spare you much pain in the future. The information contained in this video is for every tribe, nation, tongue and people; past, present and future. Continue reading Loving God 101

Goin’ Fishin’ Today? – John 21

If we will not die to self now, and live completely for Yehovah  Elohim (God) before the tribulation; then we will have to die in the tribulation, to be His.

After Yeshua (Jesus) died and had risen, it was Peter who said, in his typical, unthinking, fleshly, Neanderthal manner “I’m goin’ fishin’!” and then took six of Yeshua’s disciples with Him. Fishing is how he had always made his living; so he was returning to his old ways of providing for his flesh.

Later that day Yeshua [gesturing toward the fish which Peter and the rest of the disciples had caught] asked Peter, “Do you love me more than these? Then feed My sheep!

What is our energy going towards today? Fish or sheep? (Please read the story in John 21 here.) Continue reading Goin’ Fishin’ Today? – John 21

A Call of Destiny

From whence comes the purpose of a person’s life? Come it by chance, a casting of the lot, or does a call of destiny beckon to each of us?” – From the movie ‘One Night with the King

It is my firm belief that our Creator has a destiny, an eternal purpose for each of our lives and it is my wish to effect those around me to embrace all that our dear Fathers has for them. We, His people, were not meant to be the slaves to this world; but rather the leaders, teachers, kings and priests of a holy nation and to demonstrate for the world the ways of Yehovah, so that they too may walk in them.

“Surely I have taught you statutes and judgments, just as Yehovah (the LORD) my God commanded me, that you should act according to them in the land which you go to possess. Therefore be careful to observe them; for this is your wisdom and your understanding in the sight of the peoples who will hear all these statutes, and say, ‘Surely this great nation is a wise and understanding people.’ “For what great nation is there that has God so near to it, as Yehovah our God is to us, for whatever reason we may call upon Him? And what great nation is there that has such statutes and righteous judgments as are in all this law which I set before you this day? (Deu 4:5-8)

I have always felt God’s call on my life; but it was not until I began to seek Him, to step out of my comfort zone and do His will, that I began to see His plan for this world, and for my life in particular, begin to unfold.

Unfortunately, not everyone could see what I began to see so clearly and this resulted in the momentary loss of my precious family. Momentary is relative, they are not back yet; but I believe that, like Joseph, I have been sent ahead to help preserve them and many others alive.

It was at that time that I began my first website which was mainly to articulate what I was learning concerning Yehovah’s image and Kingdom on the earth to my wayward family. But it was not long before Continue reading A Call of Destiny