Church of Jesus EM

Sun, Jul 19, 2020

Those Who Serve Yeshua

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Those Who Serve Yeshua
(1Sa12:24; Jn12:26)

God is worthy to be served.
He is worthy to be served for the great things He has done (1Sa12:24) and
He cherishes those who serve Him and makes them His treasured possession (Mal3:17), and
Brings them to where He dwells to serve Him forever (Ps101:6).

Faith is knowing serving Him as one’s honor and
The life of this faith is faithfully serving the Lord Yeshua (Col3:24).

While those in a society of caste system do not like the idea of serving,
When the recipient of their service is the king or the president of a country, they consider it an honor.

Leaving his proper position and attempting to sit on the throne and be served (Jude1:6),
The devil was cast out of the spiritual heaven and contained in Hades (Is14:12-15).
Deceived by him, Adam sinned and became his slave (Ge3:4-6; 2Pe2:19) and
All men became hellbound with the devil (Mt25:41).

For the Israelites who served gentiles for 430 years (Ex15:13)
God sent Moses to bring them out of Egypt (Ex3:12)
To make them a kingdom of priests (Ex19:6; Is61:6).
The commandment given to them forbid them from idolatry and serving other gods (Ex20:5).
It also promised those who serve Him
Blessing on their food and water and taking away sickness (Ex23:24-25).
Even after seeing great works, however, they wanted to go back and serve the Egyptians
Rather than dying in the desert — so all but two died (Ex14:12).

The sanctuary where they served the name Jehovah (He9:1).
Although the Levites were separated from the rest of the Israelites (Nu16:9) and
The priests were given the service of priesthood as a gift (Nu18:7) and
They were to serve faithfully with all their heart (1Sa12:24),
They eventually treated the service as a burden and
Showed contempt for His name (Mal1:6-13), for which
The prophet warned of the coming distinction between the righteous and the wicked (Mal3:18).

Yeshua said, “Destroy the temple and I will raise it again in three days,” because
Through the death and the resurrection of the temple of His body (Jn2:19),
He would tear down the service of the name Jehovah
By those of the selected flesh and blood (He7:23) with the blood of animals (He10:2-4).
The Son of God coming as the Son of Man would serve the Father’s name Yeshua (Jn5:43)
As the eternal High Priest with no weakness (He7:28) with His own blood (Mt20:28; He9:12), and
Fulfill the prophecy of making all the same so they may serve Him (Is24:2).

He promised that the Father would honor the disciples who served Him and that
Where He is they would also be (Jn12:26).

As He died, He said, “It is finished” (Jn19:30), declaring that He:
1) As the eternal High Priest in the perfect tabernacle with His own flawless blood served the Father (He9:11-12);
2) Judged the devil who forgot his own place (Is14:12-15; Jude1:6); and
3) Gave His life and served mankind so that those by His blood could serve God (He9:14, 10:19).

He resurrected and sat on the heavenly throne where
He serves the Father forever and
Eternally receives the service of those redeemed by His blood (Php2:9-11; Rev22:3-5).

The Holy Spirit comes to the temple on earth, the church, and
Lets those who have been served by the blood of Christ to
Honor, serve and give dedication in the name Yeshua (Php3:3), as royal priesthood (1Pe2:9).

Disciples are those who willingly serve God, the Lord Christ (Col3:24; He9:14).
They serve wholeheartedly the church (Eph4:11-12),
The Lord’s people and fellow brothers (1Co16:15), as if they were serving the Lord (Eph6:7).
They serve honorably, humbly and faithfully,
According to their given gifts (1Pe4:10),
So while on earth they are supplied with life, breath and all things (Ac17:25) and
In the heavenly sanctuary, they will see the face of Yeshua and
Serve Him from the thrones forever (Rev22:3-5).

O Lord,
For we have seen great things You’ve done,
Let our whole church
Serve wholeheartedly the name Yeshua, the Church and the saints while on earth, and
In heaven serve the King of kings Yeshua Christ eternally in glory! Amen.
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