379 The Family

Psa 122:6  Pray for shalom in Yerushalayim; may those who love you prosper.

Psa 122:7  May shalom be within your ramparts, prosperity in your palaces.

Psa 122:8  For the sake of my family and friends, I say, "Shalom be within you!"

Friendship & Unity H3162  יחד  yachad  BDB Definition:  union, unitedness (noun masculine), together, altogether, all together, alike (adverb). Jerusalem a city built to be a place of peace and shalom. A place where all people who were seeking the face of Adonai could go to learn about Him and enjoy His company. Even if you were not a part of the natural branch. Even if you were part of the nations, you are welcome to come and be part. A place that we the blood line of Avraham, Yitzchak and Ya’akov should be happy that you wanted to know about our King. Part of the definition of the word Yachad is union. As a family, we have to be in union with one another. We have to learn about one another our likes and dislikes. However, most of all if we are going to be a family of God we must be in union with Him and what His likes and dislikes are. We will learn all about this in this message. This message has six sections: Part 1: the city of Peace where all can be family if Part 2: The house of the cohanim Part 3: learning about the Lord’s relationship with Lot and how it affects us. Part 4: the head Cohen Malki-Tzedek Part 5: Love thy neighbor as thy self Part 6: ONE NEW FAMILY IF



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