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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM


  • The State Of Tamim

    Monday, October 9, 2017

    Messiah said, “Be ye perfect as your Father in heaven is perfect”. He was speaking Hebrew, and one of the central Hebrew words for perfect is tamim. It also means complete. Your heavenly Father is perfect and not lacking anything. If you want to fulfill this commandment, you have to learn to be complete. If you dwell on what you don’t have, what you want, and what you think you have to have, the more incomplete and miserable you’ll become. You don’t have to get anything to be perfect. Perfection begins not by getting more, but by being still and letting God complete you. It begins when you stop dwelling on what you don’t have and start rejoicing in what you have in God. It starts by being still and knowing that He is God, by saying in your heart, “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want”. When God completed creation, He rested. You’ll find completeness when you stop striving and start resting in God’s rest. Enter the Sabbath of His presence, the peace that passes understanding, and the way that is perfectly complete and completely perfect.
    From Message #444 - The Perfect Commandment

    Scripture: 1 Cor. 13:10

    TODAY'S MISSION - Rejoice in what God has given you today. Rest in His perfect shalom, His completeness, His perfection.

    Rabbi Jonathan Cahn