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mizzdy last won the day on December 20 2011

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  1. Hey all

    Been a lot going on around these parts. I got to put together the prek and toddler cirr. started teaching at my church and my husband and I have been made elders, lots of changes. I have missed this place, I had been thinking about coming back and then George's email showed up in my inbox and I just knew it was time to come back.
  2. Hey all

    Well ya could pray for a relief from this heat!!! lol Vegas is just a big city with a lot of pretty lights.
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    Howdy all, not sure how many might remember me its been a few years but thought I would come back and say howdy. The forum looks great, lots of changes, I am look forward to checking it all out and reconnecting to those that might remember me. shalom, Mizz
  4. People are just idiots! We get walkins all the time, we get homeless, all kinds of people, we welcome them all. One of the homeless guys came once and had a huge coat on, it was warm! he said he wanted to meet God with his best suit. Made many tear up because this man had the right mind for Him. We come to Him in the best we have, that can be shorts, dresses, suits and ties, pants or whatever we have. If we have the heart of Him He accepts us how we are, if we are able to wear 'better clothes' we should, we are meeting our King our God each week. I think what bothers me so much are the ones who think its ok to come to worship, who know better anyhow, in short shorts, tank tops, tatts and piercing all over and tell everyone God made them that way and they are showing it off as some sort of glory to Him. So many dont have much modesty and think modestly went away on the cross also. I have heard some of the 20 somethings say, 'God is my covering I can dress how I want' and one of my favs 'God is helping me to show men I am godly and available', no kidding on that one either. Modestly goes along way to show the condition of our hearts but that may just be me. shalom, Mizz
  5. Yeap~! Wear Bib Overalls And Carry A Big Bat And Maybe That Good Old Boy Will Get The Meaning Of "No", Bless His Wee Heart Reminds me of my pappydad! lol As the story goes he got stuck pulling a stump out before church one morning and found he didnt have time to clean up and change into his suit. So he went in his bib overalls covered in dirt but he did clean his hands and face and put on good shoes! Guess the pastor had a good go at ribbing him for years. lol The way I look at dressing accordingly is this, How would you dress to meet your King and Savior? Most would dress to meet the prez or some important person but many see going to church as a social thing and not really what it is we are really there for, Him, it is the day we all stand before Him as a congregation, as a family and present our sacrifice of praise to Him. Doesnt mean we have to go and buy suits, ties and expensive dresses or whatnot but that we should meet with Him in the manner He expects, with respect and a humbled heart. shalom, Mizz
  6. It is true that dress distinguished tribes, and it did distinguish the Jews over the thousands of years, it was only when they assimilated within the nations around them that they failed to be distinct. Honestly I do think we need to see how our dress shows our lifestyles and hearts. For instance if a woman is coming to church in shorts, speg. strapped t's, with or without a ton of makeup or earrings or piercing yet stands up on how unmoral the church is I would think twice about listening to her. Its kinda like going to a dr who is obese and that dr tells you your fat. Theres are universal 'type' of dress, I live in the desert also and know I am not going to go around in winter clothing as some in Norway would but I can dress modestly. God wants a set apart people, how do we achieve this when most of the church looks like the world? In the fellowship I go to woman wear pants most are dressed very nicely, modestly, rarely does anyone ever come in anything unmodest. I went to a memorial at a pretty big mainstream church a few weeks back and most of the woman who were members and not staff were all dressed in summer clothing, one woman was actually gossiping about our head coverings yet her body was full of tatts, pretty short shorts and a speghetti strapped piece of cloth that covered her upper parts and not much more. Yet she had the gall to say that God was frowning on us poor legalistic people while He rejoiced in her walk because she was free from any laws and that included modest dressing. I so agree with you we can and should dress modestly, and the older woman in our congregations need to take these young woman and sometimes older woman under their wing and teach them godly ways, which is what we are told in scriptures to do. I dont like being told what and how to do things either brings back memories! lol but I know that when I meet with my King and Savior every week and as I walk with Him daily I want to represent Him in the best ways I can. shalom, Mizz
  7. Common path for all the people

    Dear Mizzdy, How can anyone objectively know what might or might not be out there? Isn't it a matter of faith, of someone basically saying "this is what I want to believe"? I suppose all of us would like to believe that there might be something better out there someday. But all we know is what we see in the here and now. Another, separate question: Is it possible for someone to follow the teachings of Jesus without putting faith in Jesus himself? Or are they one and the same? How can I know whats out there beyond this world? Because Yeshua has spoken of it, has given us the promises of eternal life, free from pain and disease, free from death. That is what is promised in our changed bodies and yes its faith, faith is trusting in His word. I look forward to that day but yes I live in the here and now, dont have to be reminded of that every day when I wake up and can hardly walk but I am alive and another day I can serve my Adonai. You know Mark there are an awful lot of good people who enspouse the teaching of Yeshua and not know Him. But those people and I have a brother just like this, he is good, caring, giving all those attributes but he has no promise of life after death, he rejects Yeshua, the bible and Yahweh. What matters is if you know Him, what matters at least to me is putting my trust in Him relying on that trust each and every day and He has never once failed me. I fail in understanding a lot, yet He is always faithful to bring me resolve, bring me answers sometimes I scratch my head thinking 'what' but in the end it all makes sense even if it wasnt what I asked for or even wanted. Sure it is a matter of faith and I do believe, thats the choice He asks of us and when we make that He makes Himself real and known to each of us in the ways we can understand. So I can say with positivity that He will come again and He will fulfill His words to all those who do put their faith in Him, so I know there is a place prepared for me in His kingdom. shalom, Mizz
  8. This is not intended to start a huge debate on clothing, etc. I did think it was a good article and it should make us think about what He really expects from His called out people. link
  9. Fair Judgement; is it possible?

    Judgment is Yahwehs alone, He will judge our life, our deeds, how we talk of Him, how we teach others of Him, how we live our lives. Yahweh alone is the only righteous judge, He puts forth His instructions, His rules for our lives and expects us to walk in them and that is how He will judge the world and all mankind. When I think about your defination of judgement, I feel that it should be separated for people who have heard His instructions, and they should follow the path witch is showen to them, and second group are people who haven't heard it and what happens to them? Those who have not heard and heeded His voice to follow Him will also be judged by His instructions. Some have heard about Him and reject Him, some have not and will be judged by how they have lived their live, good deeds, a heart that wants to do right is also a heart that searches for Him. All regardless of their religion, where they live, when they lived will be judged by His righteous ways. Its just like living in any country one must abide by the laws of that country, it is your responsiblity to know the laws and follow them, being ignorant of them doenst make you any less guilty for breaking them does it? Hopefully the judge will be a bit more lienate if we are ignorant of the law we have broken and that is one of the reasons He came and died for you and for me, to take away the permante death penalty for breaking His laws. Now that we are no longer under that condemnation we can freely walk in His ways knowing we have an advocate for us. When a person that doesnt know Him stands before Him on judgment day you will have to give an account for your life. He might even ask you if you knew about Him and if so why didnt you follow Him. If a person knows about Him then fails to obey He is a blantant sinner and will be judged accordingly, by His laws. Yahweh created this world He made the rules He gave us life, He makes things to be easy and light not horrible and burdensome, its your choice. We all will be judged by His ways no matter if one choose to walk in His ways or not all are judged by the same measuring stick. shalom, Mizz
  10. Fez and South

    Wow two years already!!! He is pretty awesome isnt He! Happy day to you both!
  11. Common path for all the people

    Not true. There is the Bema Seat Judgement and the Great White Throne Judgement. Those who take the narrow path will only have to give an account, at the Buma Seat Judgement, of what they did with the knowledge GOD gave them upon Salvation, while all others will face GOD's judgment at the Great White Throne Judgment. Eh, judgement is judgement . . . do we have to be nitpicky about which "seat" it is? Not nit picking! lol It took me a long time to think through the judgment seat and the great white throne judgment. If the bride is separate from the rest why will she be in that great white throne judgment? thats what I couldnt understand. After all the bride has been changed and the second death has no hold on them. So if they are 'saved' from the second death then they dont have any part in the judgment that comes after the millennial reign. I came to the conclusion that the bride must have been judged at His coming, changed and then made ready to do whatever it is He calls us to do. Scripture does kinda show us two different ways of being judged. Perhaps when we are taken to whatever place of safety during the great trib we are then judged? I am not really sure but it does seem there are two judgments one for the remnant/bride and one for those that rise at the end of the thousand years. Thats how I have come to see it now, doenst make me right but it makes sense in light of the bride being changed at His coming making it seem as if they have been judged and made ready for Him. shalom, Mizz
  12. Fair Judgement; is it possible?

    Judgment is Yahwehs alone, He will judge our life, our deeds, how we talk of Him, how we teach others of Him, how we live our lives. Yahweh alone is the only righteous judge, He puts forth His instructions, His rules for our lives and expects us to walk in them and that is how He will judge the world and all mankind.
  13. Common path for all the people

    No I didn't say, I don't want to follow him. My question is about the path. I ask about exactly what you said now. His Instructions. ofcourse those instructions will show us a way, but I ask, What those instructions are showing us? They show us how to pass the way, so, maybe we can do the same things without being a follower, and even hearing it from this God. Without Hearing. that's why I mentioned Time and Boundary. A person can be good, kind, caring, loving, all attributes of follpwing Him yet they do not have the truth within, they do not hold to any life apart from this worlds. There is so much coming beyond this everyday life, a life free from pain, free from illness and death. Can a person have that apart from Yahweh? no one cannot have any of that without accepting Him. Just passing through life is really all you want? just getting by? I look forward to what is coming a renewed body, no more sickness, no more strife no more worries that people are killing and hurting each other daily. Is this life all you want? Also by following Him we are not told we would be free from any of that but that we could have shalom, the ability to overcome the chaos of this world. Why would anyone want to just get by in this world when there is such more more promised to those who do follow Him? shalom, Mizz
  14. Common path for all the people

    Fez said it best, there is only one way to eternal life, one path, one God, one Savior. It is this one God that created time and space, He didnt create religions but gave us all His instructions, His Word to follow. The question is why wouldnt you want to follow Him? shalom, Mizz
  15. Identity Crisis

    This is by a 'Messianic/hebrew roots' teacher explaining Israel, Judah, gentiles, grafting in. link I cant figure out how to embed this so if anyone knows how please embed it and let me know how you did it! shalom, Mizz