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Daily Devotional With Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale 11.12.18 ♥

This morning I was reading, (John 11:25-26) 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

***Before we get deeper into this. I am not responsible for the song in this post being stuck in your head***

Yeshua/Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead yet shall he live.
And whosoever liveth, and believeth in me, shall never die: Believest thou this?

🎶You were the girl that changed my world
You were the girl for me
You lit the fuse, I stand accused
You were the first for me
But you turned me out baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
But you turned me on baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
You were my thrills, you were my pills
You dropped a bomb on me
You turn me out, you turn me on
You turned me loose then you turned me wrong
You dropped a bomb on me
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
But you turned me out baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
Just like Adam and Eve
Said you’d set me free
You took me to the sky, I’d never been so high
You were my pills, you were my thrills
You were my hope baby, you were my smoke
You dropped a bomb on me, hey baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
But you turned me out, baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
But you turned me on, baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
You dropped a bomb on me, baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
We were in motion, felt like lotion
You were the girl for me
You were the first explosion turned out to be corrosion
You were the first for me
But you turned me out, baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me (whoa, oh, oh, baby)
You dropped a bomb on me
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
I won’t forget what you done to me, baby (you dropped a bomb on me)
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
You dropped a bomb on me
Baby, you dropped a bomb on me
I, I-I, I-I-I won’t forget it
I, I-I, I-I-I won’t forget it🎶

There are many ways of “Dropping a Bomb” or ruining an occasion. We’re normally taught that it is wrong to ruin special occasions, but is that Biblical? (Ok Jeff, we know now you finally flipped
out) There was this one occasion that everybody had prepared for, dressed up, brought food, and made a big deal of it. But then Yeshua/Jesus came and (Dropped a Bomb) ruined it. The occasion was a funeral, and He is in the business of ruining funerals. If you are a follower of Him, then it’s your job to also ruin funerals.(😳 You done wigged Jeff) How? There are funerals going on all around you, living funerals that people put on their whole lives, funerals of self pity, anger, bitterness, funerals of sorrow and loss. Thus, it is your job to ruin those funerals. How? Yeshua/Jesus did it through compassion, through prayer, through a miracle, through the touching of their lives with YeHoVaH/God’s love, through healing and through resurrection. Chances are there is a funeral being held not too far from you right now. You now know your mission. By the power of Yeshua/Jesus- ruin that funeral today. Facebook friends, today, ruin some funerals, subvert the enemy’s plans to destroy someone by “Dropping the Bomb” and sharing the love of Yeshua/Jesus with them. Amen.

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale

🎶Ooh, you make me live
Whatever this world can give to me
It’s you, you’re all I see
Ooh, you make me live now honey
Ooh, you make me live

You’re the best friend
That I ever had
I’ve been with you such a long time
You’re my sunshine
And I want you to know
That my feelings are true
I really love you
You’re my best friend🎶

I would assume you could say that I was an “odd child”. I collected Record Albums from a very early age. I started doing “chores” around the house for an allowance at the age of 5. My goal was to become a member of Columbia House Record Club. I achieved my goal by age 6 and I was in heaven. I collected all the big names from the 70’s. Definitely Queen and Kiss were my favorites. I recall getting Queen’s Jazz album in December of ‘78. It came with this cool poster that my Dad quickly confiscated. It was a poster of about 100 women naked on bicycles😳. Earlier I received Queen’s “A night at the Opera in early ‘76. It was my favorite for quite some time. My favorite track was “Your My Best Friend”. Queen bass player John Deacon wrote this song. All four members of the group wrote at least one of their hits. John Deacon wrote this song about his wife. They lyrics of this song reverberate with love and passion. They project a happy life in the friendship with another. This is a fortunate thing indeed to find a soul mate in another person. It’s the stuff of dreams. Some are blessed with this kind of friendship on a daily basis, for others it’s something that they hope for very much. On the 31st October 2014 one of the headlines in the Guardian newspaper read “Panic, merchants worry that on line social networks will replace offline friendships, turning users into basement dwelling zombies, unable to converse face to face” This was according to the article, thought to be a real danger. It was a article that was playing down the ability to have true friendships. In my opinion the world would be sadder place without long lasting care, the kind of care that comes from true friendships. Yeshua/Jesus was a person who held out for true friendships. In His life we see this in a number of ways. He had His disciples. 12 in total in whom he invested a lot of time and care. Then there was Peter and John who he seemed to have an even more special relationship. They accompanied Him in moments when the others did not. Then there is Lazarus, Martha and Mary. The Bethany household was a place that was visited by Yeshua/Jesus on many occasions and when Lazarus took sick. John 11:3 records the moment when He hears of Lazarus being sick “Lord, the one you love is sick” of course Yeshua/Jesus is also a friend to sinners. Outcasts, vagabonds, ragamuffins, widows, orphans, the rich, the powerful, the infamous all alike found a true heart in Him. There is a great moment when He shares His values about friendship.
John 15: 12-17 “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. You are my friends if you do what I command you. No longer do I call you servants, for the servant does not know what his master is doing, but I have called you friends, for all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you. You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should abide, so that whatever you ask the Father in my name, He may give it to you. These things I command you, so that you will love one another”. Yeshua/Jesus talks about “Greater love” the kind of love that exists between friends. Don’t you think it is an amazing thought that you can be friends with Yeshua/Jesus? It’s a commitment that He will never break. It’s a friendship that He is devoted to no matter what. This is an important thing to hang onto. He willingly has become a friend to us. Someone to depend upon, someone to share life with, someone to hear our sorrows and to pour oil on them. Someone who will be truthful with us even when it hurts. Someone who will always see the best in us and who will be consistent till the end. Yeshua/Jesus gives us the model for friendship, His own model for friendship He calls us to follow this model and no other. Thank YeHoVaH/God today that you have been included among the friends of Yeshua/Jesus. He chose you to be so. In the words of the Queen song even if it sounds corny “You make me live, your my best friend” it is actually true. Praise YeHoVaH/God. Amen?

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale 11.3.18 ♥

🎶I was sick and tired, fed up with this
And decided to take a drive downtown
It was so very quiet and peaceful
There was nobody, not a soul around
I laid myself out, I was so tired
And I started to dream
In the morning the parking tickets were just
Like a flag stuck on my window screen
I says, “hey, you, get off of my cloud
Hey, you, get off of my cloud
Hey, you, get off of my cloud
Don’t hang around ’cause two’s a crowd
On my cloud, baby🎶

While spinning some Rolling Stones tonight, I realized even Yeshua/Jesus knew that He needed to stop and rest. My all time favorite Stones song is “Get Off of My Cloud”. It was written as a follow up single to the successful “Satisfaction”. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, the song was recorded in early September 1965. As many of you know, I’m a drummer and the song is noted for its drum intro by one of my influences Charlie Watts. And also known for the twin guitars by Brian Jones and Keith Richards. The lyrics are defiant and rebellious, which was common practice for the Rolling Stones around that time, they were beginning to cultivate their infamous “bad boy” image. The Stones have said that the song is written as a reaction to their sudden popularity after the success of “Satisfaction”. The song deals with their aversion to people’s expectations of them. In the gospels we find Yeshua/Jesus from time to time taking himself off from the crowds to be on his own. He did not say “Hey! You! Get off of my cloud”. I believe for His own sanity, for His own survival he needed time alone.

“And early in the morning, while it was still dark, He arose and went out and departed to a lonely place, and was praying there” ( Mark 1:35)

Yeshua/Jesus simply needed space. We all need a bit of space. The main character in the Stone’s song wants serenity and to hit pause on the chaotic outside world. Disconcertingly, people continue to present new tasks and hassles to interfere with his life. After two such episodes, the main character travels farther into a desolate part of town, hoping to find peace, yet he wakes up to find that someone gave him a parking ticket. He accepts that there is no longer such a thing as privacy. Yeshua/Jesus wants the same in the gospel passages, space will replenish Him and equip Him for further ministry. Unlike the song Yeshua/Jesus admits that everyone needs privacy and that you need to take the opportunity to make sure you get it. Although good relationships with friends and family are critical, the ability to get alone time is fundamental. Choosing to have alone time frees us from other people’s opinions and our need to entertain. Aloneness allows us to meditate and separate from our needs and issues that relate to others. This could be what Yeshua/Jesus is doing in the Gospel passages when He goes to be alone. It’s this principle that He offer to us too. Facebook friends, people have their own clouds, which is conducive to a mindset of tranquility. On each person’s cloud, the individual can perch up and appreciate the surrounding divine aspects of life. If only we could schedule time like our Messiah to break away from our phones and TVs and take nights off to stay at home by ourselves and read. Like Yeshua/Jesus in those passages we need to take time by ourselves to find our inner peace, because sometimes we shouldn’t have people on our cloud and we shouldn’t be on theirs. Sometimes for our own sanity we just need to get away. Amen?

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale ♥

🎶The heart is a bloom
Shoots up through the stony ground
There’s no room
No space to rent in this town

You’re out of luck
And the reason that you had to care
The traffic is stuck
And you’re not moving anywhere

You thought you’d found a friend
To take you out of this place
Someone you could lend a hand
In return for grace

It’s a beautiful day
Sky falls, you feel like
It’s a beautiful day
Don’t let it get away🎶

The song “BEAUTIFUL DAY” is from the U2 Album ALL THAT YOU CAN’T LEAVE BEHIND (October 2000) it reached to No 1 in the UK singles chart and as far as 21 in the US singles chart. This song came out in the back drop to the Jubilee 2000 campaign that Bono was involved with. It was during the making of the “All you can’t leave behind” album that Bono, who was in the US and on a crusade, experiencing a surge of optimism sat down with arch conservative Congressman Jesse Helms in Washington. “Somehow the result of the important meeting was to hit an emotional nerve with the Congressman. The US got on board to the tune $435 million dollars in cancelled debts. Maybe the world wasn’t such a bad place after all. There was hope “It’s a beautiful day!” Edge reached for the Explorer, the Gibson guitar he’d used during U2’s formative years, and the sound was complete. It was a shimmering triumph in more ways than one.” The song is a cry from the heart to open up your eyes to those who need you, and stop denying that earth has become a broken mess by human greed and get busy doing something about the brokenness. Evidence of a broken world lies all around us. We are aware of it when we turn on the TV or read the news papers. We are assaulted by it from all directions. Reminded about the broken fragments of human life from dawn till dusk. If we are unlucky it even haunts our dreams. Contemporary life is filled with brokenness. In many neighbourhoods people don’t have to to go to far to touch the broken fragments of peoples lives. The song “Beautiful Day” reminds us of hope in the middle of the shards of broken lives. The song can be heard as a haunting prophetic voice that reminds us all of the person and the purpose of Yeshua/Jesus. “to seek and save the lost” The song provokes those who hear it towards hope. We are reminded of the hopeful message of Yeshua/Jesus to those who live life in the dirt or on the margins and at the same time the song rings out the challenging and disturbing message of our Messiah to those in power. Facebook friends,
hope, “Don’t let it get away” Just think what it would look like to live in a world of hope rather than a world of despair. “EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE TO THOSE WHO BELIEVE” Get busy today and do something about the brokenness. Amen?

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale 10.23.18 ♥

🎶Blinded by the light
Revved up like a deuce
Another runner in the night
Blinded by the light🎶

“Blinded by the Light” is a song written and originally recorded by Bruce Springsteen, although it is mostly known by its 1977 #1 hit version recorded by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band. Mann’s remake was released in the United Kingdom in August 1976, where it reached No. 6 in the charts. A song that speaks of blindness similar to Paul on the Damascus road. Paul had a powerful testimony, but not everyone knew what to make of his sudden turn around. Could he be trusted? Would it last? Was he safe? Perhaps it was for everybody’s sake he was sent home to sort himself out. Verses in Acts 31-32 are one of a series of summary interludes Luke uses between sections of his story, but one wonders how much the “time of peace” in 31 is the calm after the disturbance of someone who saw the truth about Yeshua/Jesus uncomfortably clearly. New converts often have the strengths of their weaknesses. Uninhibited boldness. A fresh experience. A new story. It is a pity if growth in sensitivity and tact and a growing awareness of the complexities in life and faith dull clear testimony. It does not have to be. Paul was not an instantly mature Believer, never mind a leader. He knew a lot, but had to discover what it meant to be a disciple. Over a long period he learnt how to be more relevant and less abrasive, when to speak and when to keep quiet and what to say, but if he grew in wisdom he did not fail in courage and neither need we. A reckless witness is careless of the risks to others, and also uncaring about effectiveness. A living gracious witness can speaking for Yeshua/Jesus and be both bold and sensitive and which knows what can be done and what risks to run. Again we need grace to grow as Paul did, and wisdom to handle Paul’s God which He is sending to stir up our sleepy fellowships. Thank YeHoVaH/God for people like Barnabas. Pray for those who may be brash young disciples today, but who will be our “church” and mission leaders tomorrow. We need to be open to what He wants us to do. We are often surprised how YeHoVaH/God chooses to work. Just like those in Acts 9:21. God is in the business of calling the people we least expect. No one more fits the bill than Paul. YeHoVaH/God had to get his attention. Yeshua/Jesus the light of the world turned up in a big way and Paul was “Blinded by the Light” Amen?

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale 10.22.18 ❤️

**URGENT**

Facebook friends, I came out of closet this morning. I looked around at this world and scurried back in.

🎶 Weave the rainbow in your eyes,

Quiet evening lullaby,

Cross your heart to never die,

Broken on the wood.

Hey.

Silenced by the deafening roar,

Driven from the nether shore,

Violent tremors, wars, and more,

No, not one is good🎶

In Matthew, Yeshua/Jesus was speaks about going into your prayer closet. Have you ever thought about how strange it is to talk about praying in a closet? Your closet might have vacuum cleaners, umbrellas, winter coats, and mothballs in it. The word closet actually refers to a storage room. A storage room wasn’t made for prayer, it was made for junk. In order to make it a place of prayer, you have to push other things outside and make space. It takes work to have a prayer for me closet. It takes work to take the junk and clutter out of your schedule. There are a lot of things that push their way into our lives, and we have to push them out. If you are going to have time with YeHoVaH/God every day, it takes work. Clear your schedule, because it’s more important to be with Him. Remove the clutter and simplify your life. Then that junk room of time, that cluttered closet of your week, will turn into a tabernacle of prayer. It all begins when you press into the presence of YeHoVaH/God through the mothballs.

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale 10.18.18 ❤️

🎶Leaves are falling all around

It’s time I was on my way

Thanks to you I’m much obliged

For such a pleasant stay

But now it’s time for me to go

The autumn moon lights my way

For now I smell the rain

And with it pain

And it’s headed my way

Ah, sometimes I grow so tired

But I know I’ve got one thing I got to do

Ramble on🎶

This week I have been listening to Robert Plant’s Band of Joy. The golden rock god burrows deeper into gothic American roots music. Trading in T-Bone Burnett and Alison Krauss for Buddy Miller and Patty Griffin, thereby finding the only sound that matters. My favorite track is Angel Dance and a new rendition of Ramble On. This album has brought me much Joy this week. Who doesn’t want Joy in their life? Isaiah 55:12 says, “You shall go out with joy and be led forth with peace.” The word “led forth” in Hebrew, is “yabal.” Yabal also means to “flow”, like a river flows. YeHoVaH/God’s Spirit is likened to water that flows. So, when you’re living in His Spirit and being led by Him, you’re going to flow. Is your life characterized by flowing or is it being driven, pressed, and compelled by all the things that are happening around you? Are you rushing and running but not being led? If you’re not being led, then you’re not going to flow. Anger, jealousy, fear, and depression have no flow. A life that’s driven, forced, and pushed has no flow because it’s not led. But if you’re led by YeHoVaH/God, you have the quality of flowing. Love, faith, mercy, kindness, Joy, and peace flow. That’s how you are to go through life, flowing in His Spirit. Don’t be driven, but instead be led and be Joyful. For when you are led by His Spirit, your life will flow like a river. Then you shall go out with Joy and be led forth with peace. Amen?

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale 10.11.18 ♥

🎶She calls out to the man on the street
“Sir, can you help me?
It’s cold and I’ve nowhere to sleep,
Is there somewhere you can tell me?”

He walks on, doesn’t look back
He pretends he can’t hear her
Starts to whistle as he crosses the street
Seems embarrassed to be there

Oh think twice, it’s another day for
You and me in paradise
Oh think twice, it’s just another day for you,
You and me in paradise

She calls out to the man on the street
He can see she’s been crying
She’s got blisters on the soles of her feet
Can’t walk but she’s trying

Oh think twice…

Oh lord, is there nothing more anybody can do
Oh lord, there must be something you can say

You can tell from the lines on her face
You can see that she’s been there
Probably been moved on from every place
‘Cos she didn’t fit in there

Oh think twice…🎶

I heard this song on the way home tonight. I absolutely loved everything Phil Collins has put out. My good friend Andrew Lee can nail Phil’s songs on vocals! (And about any other singer you can think of) “Another Day in Paradise” is a protest song recorded by Phil Collins. Produced by Collins along with Hugh Padgham, it was released as the first single from his number one album …”But Seriously” (1989). As with his song for Genesis, “Man on the Corner”, the track has as its subject the problem of homelessness, as such, the song was a substantial departure from the dance pop music of his previous album, “No Jacket Required” (1985). Collins told The New York Times how the song came together, “It was begun at the piano. I started playing and put it down on a tape so I wouldn’t forget it. Then I decided to see what would happen when I started singing. When I began, the words just came out, ‘She calls out to the man on the street.’ I didn’t set out to write a song about the homeless. Those were just the words I happened to sing. It was only then that I decided that was what the song would be about.” Many of the songs from …But Seriously were written in attempt to offset what Collins called middle-of-the-road song choices that made his reputation “a little more trivialized than I wanted to be.” He had just played the title thief in the 1988 adventure comedy Buster, for which he recorded a hit cover of the ’60s pop song “A Groovy Kind Of Love.” He told Musician: “‘Another Day in Paradise’ was chosen because it was a bit different from what had gone on before. It would bring people back to the starting line of remembering what I’m about. I write ‘In the Air.’ I’m quite capable of writing a ‘Two Hearts,’ but let’s not forget I’m also doing this kind of stuff.” Collins sings the song from a third person perspective, observing as a man crosses the street to ignore a homeless woman, and he implores listeners not to turn a blind eye to homelessness because, by drawing a religious allusion, “it’s just another day for you and me in paradise”. This addresses the consequences of ignoring the needy and homeless. It’s a rare Phil Collins hit with a socially conscious message. Many of you know I have a huge heart for the homeless. I will be going soon to http://www.ccolife.org/ I encourage everyone to help the homeless. Collins also appeals directly to YeHoVaH/God by singing, “Oh Lord, is there nothing more anybody can do? Oh Lord, there must be something you can say?” In the bible passage Exodus 3:1-10 we hear the cry of the city builders and listen in to the call of YeHoVaH/God on one mans life that will propel him into the places of seeking Justice. The complete focus of Exodus is found in Exodus 3:1-10 where moses hears the voice of YeHoVaH/God and recives the call to go and fight for justice with Pharaoh. His plan is to free the israelistes who have been made captive and given the role of city builders. By the work of their hands thay have toiled in building Pharaoh’s cities and palaces. The fundamental truth in the passage is that YeHoVaH /God hears their cry and sees their pain. The cry from the heart of the city and the pain from lives in captivity. Phil collins sings “Oh lord, is there nothing more anybody can do” “Oh lord, there must be something you can say” this is Collins response to homlessness in the city. We are not told what city but hear it is. Collins gives a contextual example of what it looks like and feels like to be homeless in the city. We are left with the question does any one hear and can anyone do something. This is exactly where the burning bush incident is equal. YeHoVaH/God choses Moses to be the instrument of freedom, peace, justice and comapassion. Please no that Yeshua/Jesus still walks the streets of the city calling for people to join Him in caring for the lost, the last, the least and the lonely. Facebook friends, let’s be peole who hear the challenge to work for justice and compassion in the heart of the city. Amen?

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale 10.10.18 ♥

🎶Here comes the sun, here comes the sun,
And I say it’s all right
Little darling, it’s been a long cold lonely winter
Little darling, it feels like years since it’s been here
Here comes the sun, here comes the sun
And I say it’s all right🎶

I had an interesting message from a man who is an atheist. He asked “Have you ever seen a real miracle?” I said, “of course every day.” I asked him have you ever wanted to see a real miracle, like the deaf hearing, the blind seeing, or the dead raised to life? How would it change you? “Of course it would” he said. Imagine if you lived in a world of darkness. Then all of a sudden a light appears rising in the sky, lighting up everything and the world is flooded with color. That’s a sunrise. We see the sunrise every day, but we don’t think twice about it. But if it had never happened before, it would seem like the most awesome miracle imaginable. We don’t see it as a miracle because we’re used to it. There are miracles all around you, the miracle of existence, and the miracle of your salvation and Yeshua/Jesus in your life. You may be used to it, but that is enough of a miracle to live the rest of your life in awe. Facebook friends today view the blessings of YeHoVaH/God and His power in your life as miracles. Start living in the miracles. Serve Him with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength. For your life is filled with miracles, and they’re as plentiful and as wonderful as your daily sunrise. Amen?

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Daily Devotional with Mr. Jeffrey A. Hale 10.9.2018 ♥

I happened upon the old Ma and Pa Kettle episode about math. (That was even before my time) So this morning I’d try my hand at being a mathematician. YeHoVaH/God is one God, He exists as one, and yet He exists as three. 1 + 1 + 1 = 3. So, how can three be one? The Father, the Son, and the Spirit do not exist independently of each other, but rather each exists by the other. In mathematics, the word “by” is represented not by the + sign, but by the x sign. So to see the mystery, you need to change the equation to: 1 x 1 x 1. And what does that add up to? One. Most believers relate to YeHoVaH/God with the mathematical mistake of adding, YeHoVaH/God plus them – two separate lives living side by side. But the Bible speaks of living in the Yeshua/Jesus, by Him, through Him, and He with you and through you. The secret of living victoriously is to change the plus sign into a times sign. Don’t live next to YeHoVaH/God, live through Him and He through you. Exist by His existence, live by His life, move in His moving, and love by His love. The two shall become one. How? Not by 1 plus 1, but 1 times 1… equals 1! 🤔