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Once, I was a sheep living in the darkness among
Goats of the wild,
Today, thankfully, my father and my mother has forsaken me
And Adonai adopted me as His child.
"You are my son, because today I have become Your Father," that's
"The promise" Adonai made to me,
Therefore, it is with great happiness that I say my Father is
The Creator of heaven, earth and the beautiful sea.
"Ask of Me," Adonai says, and He will give "the ends of the earth" for
My possession,
I ask if Him, it is the throne of my forefathers, King David
And King Solomon of my inheritance and my obsession.
Oh Adonai, the kingdom of David is my belonging to worship You and
Have One Messiah, have wisdom, riches-wealth, beautiful praise poetry
And wonderful power,
In essence, Bless me accordingly, my Lord, and answer my
September 15, 2003 call with joy in my heart, in this my darkest hour.


I love You, Adonai.


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The following comments are for "Adonai, my becoming..."
by skunk3632004

Adonai, lives!!!
Dear desvelado,
It's good to hear from you, as always. You ask: "Why did you need to be forsaken by your mother and father to find your faith? I don't believe God would ever argue for something like that." Well, in July 2008, someone in the ministry became familiar with my writings and told me that God "has blessed you with the gifts of king David." And so, I asked them what do I do now, they told me to study the life of king David. Ever since, I have been only to learn that we have very similar paths with the Lord. In fact, some things I would say in my prayers I would see that king David has said to Adonai. That's the way Adonai wants it, to have that same type of relationship with me. So if I feel a certain way then I read up on David's life and see if he felt similar and what did he say because that's the way God wants it and He will give me whatever I ask for.

Here is wisdom:
In Acts 13:22, God says: "I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after My own heart, who will do all My will." Accordingly, Psalms 2(v.7),a Psalm of David, says: "I will tell the promise that the LORD made to me: 'You are my son, because today I have become your Father.'" (v.8) "Ask of Me, and I will give You the nations for Your inheritance, And the ends of the earth for Your possession." Later, Psalms 27(v.10), a Psalm of David, says: "Although my father and my mother have forsaken me, yet the LORD will take me up [adopt me as His child]."

Moreover, in other Psalms of David, he writes:
*Psalms 37(v.11): "the meek shall inherit the earth."
*Psalms 24: He that has "a pure heart" shall "receive the blessing from the LORD,"
*Psalms 34(v14): "seek peace, and pursue it."
*Psalms 22(v.1), in his darkest hour, David says:"My God, my God why has Thou forsaken me?"

And so, Adonai could have sent His Son, Jesus Christ, through any other seed but He chose to send Him from the seed of David. In fact,in Luke 1(v.30-35) "the angel" informs Mary that she will conceive a Son and "shall call His name JESUS" "and the Lord God shall give Him the throne of His father David." Likewise, Mark 11(v.10), says: "Blessed be the kingdom of David that comes in the name of the Lord."

Accordingly, when Jesus spoke (Sermon on the Mount), He said somethings similar to king David. Such as:
*Matthew 5(v.5): "Blessed are the meek:for they shall inherit the earth."
*Matthew 5(v.8): "Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God."
*Matthew 5(v.9): "Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God."
*Matthew 27:45-46, in His darkest hour, Jesus said: "My God, My God why has Thou forsaken Me?"

Nice to talk to you,
Preston McKenzie

( Posted by: skunk3632004 [Member] On: December 12, 2008 )





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