The Kingdom order reflects the heavenly view. In the heavens the Father has all authority. All authority he gave to the Son,Yeshua, who passes all that authority to us as well.
Every son that is in the Kingdom is tested. Even Yeshua was tested. We have to remain in the spirit in order to overcome the enemy. When we are soulish, we are not equipped to fight against temptation and obtain victory in our battles.
The love of God is the core of our foundation. His love secures us and reminds us that we are not alone.
What was Yeshua really declaring in John 7:37? And why was it so significant that it was on that last day of the feast?
His Kingdom is the most important message. When He returns, He will return as King with full authority.
To know the name of God is a great honor before the Father. God is very personal and wants to be known by His people.
We have to remember that prayer was a part of the Jewish culture. But the intimacy that Jesus prayed with had not been seen before. This deep connection with the Father is what we should desire. And it is this kind of connection that brings honor to His name.
David understood the importance of hallowing God's name. He remembered the works the Lord had done and we are called to do the same. This is one way we can bring honor to God's holy name.
We are here to glorify the Father through the life of the Son. If we don't know the Son than we won't know the Father.
The kingdom of heaven was always the message. Yeshua understood this which is why He prayed that everything that was in heaven would be here on the earth. We are called to pray the same.
The ultimate spiritual life is to hallow the Father's name. This is what we were created for.
We are called to walk specifically before the Lord. One way we do that is by having a proper reverence of who He is. When you fear Him, you sanctify and hallow His name.
We have a responsibility to guard the character of the Father. He is worthy of that honor.
Every Jew knew they were to guard the character of the Father. We are called to do the same.
How did Yeshua hollow his Father's name? Because everything about his life was according to the will of his Father. But, what does this look like?
The Lord's prayer is very relational. It reveals the heart of the one who knew the will of the Father.
We are sent here on the earth to represent heaven. One way we do this is through our prayer life.
Yeshua had an intimate connection in prayer because He had a love for the Torah. We must take His Torah seriously to become established kings and priests.
The approach to prayer in the Hebrew culture was to have reverence for the Father. Yeshua had that reverence and He also had the connection to the heart of the Father. He knew how to declare what was in heaven here on the earth. We are called to walk in that same authority.
In Numbers 13-15, we see how the enemy brings pychological warfare to get the people to doubt the faithfulness of God. This is why prayer is so important in our walk with the Lord because it keeps us stedfast in the promises of God.