CONVERSATIONS WITH ARTHUR
Kindling a Fire on Sabbath?

Listen as Arthur addresses Questions, Comments, and the Issues that affect our lives.

Question

Please explain the Command not to kindle a fire on the Sabbath.  I know not to cook, but is there a difference in heating up food on electric stoves and microwaves?


Arthur’s Condensed Message 

The Commandment to wear Tzitzits/Tassels came about because a man was caught working by gathering wood.  He hadn’t made the fire as yet.  There is a difference between having a fire and gathering wood.  I believe the heart of the matter is “work”. 

Preparing big meals and cooking is something that should be done before Sabbath, just like the manna in the wilderness that was gathered and prepared on the 6th day for the 7th day. Turning on a stove or microwave is a matter between the person and Elohim. 

We need to ask Father how we should walk in His Commandments today; then follow His Instructions.

Listen to Arthur’s Complete Response

Father, we know that You look beyond where we are and You see what You have called us to be.

Father, we know that what You have called us to do is not based on self-confidence, but our confidence in You to accomplish what You have planned in us.  

If you believe He is who He says He is, that means that He is the One in control, and you aren’t!

If you are going to be led by the Spirit, you better learn the Law of the Kingdom!

Don’t ever let anybody tell you the Law is bondage; it is freedom.  It is for you to maintain your freedom in this world, this adulterous, demonic, and dark place that we live in.

If you keep doing what you have been doing, you are going to keep getting what you have gotten and you will always be where you are!

Father, help us not to fall prey to the opinions of other people.

If your Holy Ghost can’t deliver you from the perversion that you are in, then you need to check your Holy Ghost!

To this day, the Great Commission as given by Yeshua is still being carried out by those who understand what He commanded and that is where WE come into the picture.


Until next time… Blessings to You and Yours,

Sharon

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