People will come and go in your life but Yahweh will never leave you! You are never alone when you have him. See this video and never again feel lonely.
(#132 from Suffer Well Devotional Series©)
And the disciples came and said to Him, “Why do You speak to them in parables?” Yahshua said to them, “Because it has been given to you to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven, but to them it has not been given.” (Matthew 13:10-11)
And yet the “church” uses these parables, which were intended to keep foreigners away, as a basis for crafted lessons which attempt to draw foreigners near. Yahshua used them to reveal deep mysteries of the Kingdom not as stories meant to simplify the “Gospel.” Nevertheless, “Church leaders” commonly refuse to explore these deep mysteries in lieu of seeker-friendly simplicity. Let’s disagree with this approach for the moment and explore a mystery.
Let’s explore fear. Do you have fear? If you do, it is the fear of Yahweh’s love. How so? Yahweh’s love, in its purest understanding, not the carnal replacement we commonly substitute for love, is utter and complete fulfillment. That’s how! If you are willing to see it with spiritual eyes, to mentally perceive the mystery, your fear says this; “I am afraid of not needing anybody or anything, and nobody or anything needing me.”
Yahweh has spoken; He has said that His love will fill every desire of your soul, but when you have fear, you have rejected this message. The love of Yahweh fulfills every aspect of your conscience, which then makes you responsible to walk in this truth: “I shall not want!” (Psalm 23:1) And this responsibility frightens you! It has been embedded in you by the Holy Spirit that His love will “cast out all fear” (1 John 4:18), and that all fear is steeped in personal desire. This includes the desire to need and be needed. Notice that it is “personal” desire and not spiritual desire. Spiritual desires are from Yahweh. “There is only You” (Psalm 16:2) is the cry of those who have attained to the mystery of the decree; “I have been completed in love.” Completed in love and completely in love; they need no other, and need no others to need them.
Are you afraid of Yahweh’s love? Are you afraid of not needing anything but Yahweh, and the prospect that in this place you would have everything you need pertaining to life and holiness (2 Peter 1:3-4)? Leave behind the parablized life and receive this mystery. Let it have its perfect work in you. Step into your destiny. Walk in the wholeness of the love of Yahweh.