Raise Up a Standard. Gather, His People.
Proclaim His Name. Make Known His glory.
A warm welcome to Raise Up A Standard. I am glad you are here.
Raise Up A Standard is a resource with the intended purpose of helping God’s people; and all those seeking the One True God; in the following ways:
1 ) To answer the fundamental question of: What does it mean to BE God’s people; the True Israel of the Creator’s heart?
2) To expand and explore this further by delving deeper; and considering vital questions such as:
- What does it mean to “know” Yah, the God of all Creation?
- What is the Creator seeking to teach His people in our day?
- What does it mean to walk with the Creator, in His ways?
- How can we be a part of the work our God is doing in our day?
- What does it mean to have the God of Israel dwelling in our midst (the midst of His people)?
- How can we be the “wise and understanding people”, spoken of in Deut. 4:6?
- How do we walk in the new covenant prophesied in Jer. 31:31 and have the instructions of our God written on our hearts and minds?
- What does it mean to glorify the name of our God?
- What is the difference between the Israel of old and the Israel of the future?
- How does God intend His people to work together as one nation?
- What does it meant to be the faithful “servant” of Yah as prophesied in the Book of Isaiah?
- How are we to participate in spreading true Justice in the earth?
- What does it mean to Raise Up A Standard in the earth, for the glory of the Creator? (Isa 11:12; 62:10)
“And He will Raise Up a Standard for the nations, and gather the dispersed of Israel, and collect the scattered of Judah, from the four corners of the earth.”
“Build up a highway, build it up! Clear away the stones! Raise Up A Standard for the peoples! YHVH has proclaimed to the end of the earth, “Say to the daughter of Tziyon,‘Here, your Salvation is coming! Here, his reward is with him, and his recompense is before him.’” They will call them The Holy People, the Redeemed of YHVH. You will be called Sought After, A City No Longer Abandoned.”
(Isa 62: 10-12)
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