Sometimes we overthink things.
What is the true, actual, real meaning of Hebrews 13:5B? “for He hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.” It literally means that the Creator of the entire universe, Who loves us, will never leave us nor forsake us. He’s with us always. We are never alone, never forsaken. That is so very powerful – it’s worth thinking on often. Like daily.
No matter what is happening, no matter where we are, the Creator never requires us to be alone or forsaken. אליהו הנביא Eliyahu Hanavi (the prophet Elijah), a great man, and being human, even after big victories, he felt alone sometimes in his efforts of following the Creator and doing His will. He thought he was the only one being true to Him. Eliyahu, of course, found out that wasn’t true, there were many in Israel who hadn’t sold out and still followed the Creator. And there are many of us worldwide today who stand for Truth in Israel, the US, and the world.
Please pray for anyone who feels alone and physically are. Our enemies want us to feel like no one else cares or stands up, to make us feel isolated, but we never truly are. Evil uses lies and censorship, pain and fear to try and control us. If we could see from the whole picture, we would see the prayers, helping one another, loving one another (that doesn’t mean agreeing on everything), and the flow of love and prayers covering everyone. Everyone needs prayer, warriors, victims, and our enemies. Evil wants to defeat us, but Yeshua wins. We need to make sure we act in unapologetic love and courage.
Let Him calm your fears and worries. Stand and be strong. We are not alone nor forsaken.
We stand together. Let Him renew your strength. Trust ישועYeshua and pray. He will hear you.
Shabbat Shalom שבת שלום,
Chaya 🇮🇱 🇺🇸 🇮🇱 חיה
🇮🇱 Am Yisrael Chai עם ישראל חי 🇮🇱