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Yeshua (Jesus in Hebrew) assumed the responsibility from His father Yahweh (God in Hebrew) as prophesized in the Old Testament, to be God on Earth, even though it entailed undergoing a brutal torturous death.

It is infinitely more powerful to voice and invoke the names of The Holy Trinity in Hebrew, than in our native mother tongues.

Before He died, was buried, resurrected and ascended into Heaven, Yeshua manifested many miracles.

Two of His greatest were restoring the life of a 4 day dead Lazarus and feeding 5,000 disciples with 5 loaves and 2 fishes.

Each time before He performed a miracle, Yeshua took a time-out and prayed to His father giving thanks and praise ~ actualizing beforehand in Divine Mind what His goal was.

Due to His stating that "greater things than I will you do", we should all emulate Yeshua and pray much, much more, especially before our feet touch the ground in the morning.

Before His 12 apostles arose, very early in the morning Yeshua went alone to His own quiet place and prayed fervently, humbly asking Yahweh to fill His day with wisdom and power.

Profound laser-focused prayer communion with Yahweh is the spiritual vitamin that we should all take 1st priority in the morning.

Yeshua was quoted in John 16:23: "whatever you ask the Father in my name, He will give it you. Ask, and you shall receive, that your joy may be full."

We must leave our cell phones far away from our bedrooms, so that our minds are open vessels to download the gifts of Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit in Hebrew) while we sleep.

Our cell phones, tablets and TV sets are never, ever shut-off ~ even though we are made to believe that lie.

Surely not a conspiracy theory, it has been proven that these electronic devices are 24/7 transmitters of mind control messages.

Surrendering your very will 100% to Ruach Hakodesh will completely change your life; so much so that you actually feel that your feet do not touch the ground.

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