The apostles had a very simple message. Messiah was the Word made flesh, crucified, rose the third day, and now seated on the right hand of power... That all who would believe, repent, and be baptized would receive the free gift of salvation (and Holy Spirit). (In a nutshell)
They did not cast pearls, and niether did Messiah... I'm definitely guilty of this.
Im reading in John chapter 4, and Yahusha says something about HIS food. "My food is to do the desire of Him who sent Me, and to accomplish His work." (John 4:34)
Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love the scriptures, a lot (after all I wouldn't have noticed this if I wasnt reading). But, this seems to suggest that our food should not only be the scriptures, but more importantly, doing Abba's will, as He did.
Then I was thinking, I can't think of any time where Messiah is studying scripture, I could be wrong on this. I know He opens to the scroll of Isaiah, and He obviously knew the Word (He is the Word!)... But I see much more emphasis on prayer, and doing Abba's will by Messiah than reading the Word.
Again, DEFINITELY not encouraging anyone not to read the Word. But this blessed me, and I also find it very interesting.
TODAY is the day that Yahuah has made, I will be glad, and I will rejoice in it!
Choose THIS day whom you will serve!
TODAY is the day of salvation!
A brother said this today, and I thought it was powerful - maybe you had to be there, it flowed.
"Just as the love of money is the root of all evil, so the root of all righteousness is the complete surrender of YOUR will." (To HIS will)