Counting the Omer Day 19
Updated: Apr 24
DAILY PRAYER FOR THE COUNTING OF THE OMER:
Each day, one says the blessing:
BA-RUCH A-TAH ADO-NAI E-LO-HE-NU ME-LECH HA-OLAM ASHER KID-E-SHA-NU BE-MITZ-VO-TAV VETZI-VA-NU AL SEFI-RAT HA-OMER.
Blessed are You, YEHOVAH our ELOHIM, King of the universe, Who has sanctified us with His commandments and has commanded us concerning the counting of the Omer.
Today is nineteenth day of the Omer.
The Merciful One, may He bring forth the new Jerusalem, speedily in our days, IN YESHUA's name AMEN
Omer Counting 19 days today, which is two weeks and five days of the Omer.
Day 19 Omer Reading:
Week 3 /Attribute 3 – Beauty/Harmony/Compassion (Tiferet)
We have completed 2 weeks counting to Shavuot Sitting At The Feet Of Our Master YESHUA
Harmony & Unity In Messiah
2 Timothy 2:19 Nevertheless, ELOHIM’s firm foundation stands, stamped with these words: “YEHOVAH knows his own,” and, “Let everyone who claims he belongs to ELOHIM stand apart from wrongdoing.” 2Ti 2:20 In a large house there are dishes and pots not only of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay. That is, some are meant for honorable use and some form dishonorable. 2Ti 2:21 If a person keeps himself free of defilement by the latter, he will be a vessel set aside for honorable use by the master of the house and ready for every kind of good work. 2Ti 2:22 So, flee the passions of youth; and, along with those who call on YEHOVAH from a pure heart, pursue righteousness, faithfulness, love and peace. 2Ti 2:23 But stay away from stupid and ignorant controversies you know that they lead to fights, 2Ti 2:24 and a slave of ELOHIM shouldn’t fight. On the contrary, he should be kind to everyone, a good teacher, and not resentful when mistreated. 2Ti 2:25 Also he should be gentle as he corrects his opponents. For YAH may perhaps grant them the opportunity to turn from their sins, acquire full knowledge of the truth, 2Ti 2:26 come to their senses and escape the trap of the Adversary, after having been captured alive by him to do his will. 1 Corinthians 1:10 Nevertheless, brothers, I call on you in the name of our LORD YESHUA the MASHIACH to agree, all of you, in what you say, and not to let yourselves remain split into fractions but be restored to having a common mind and a common purpose.
He has called us out of darkness (Eygpt and Babylon) into HIS Marvelous Light His Torah/ Teachings and Instructions through the blood of YESHUA the Messiah. We will become one stick in His Hand because HE SAID SO!
We are almost half way in our counting of the Omer to prepare our hearts to be refilled, that is, His Torah would be written even deeper in our hearts and His fire anointing would rest upon us and within us in a much greater way!
We need to repent of LaShon Hara against each other, because we are going to need each other more then ever as we prepare for His Return. We need to go to the Mikveh because HE is coming for His Bride!
Ephesians5:27 In order to present the Messianic Community to himself as a bride to be proud of, without a spot, wrinkle or any such thing, but holy and without defect.
I am told that in Israel the Rabbi will not perform a marriage without the bride going through the ritual Mikveh! The Mikveh of the Bride is a very holy process.
There must be Repentance Before The Mikveh. If our tongue defiles us, then we need to repent and be cleansed.
There are two components to repentance for speaking Lashon Hara/The Evil
Tongue: (1) The sin between man and YAH: for the violation of any commandment; a person repents by: (a) regretting his actions (b) confessing his misdeed to YAH (c) committing to change his ways for the good(2) The sin between man and fellow man: for any harm that one person causes another; the offending party must attempt to make amends and ask for forgiveness.
Matthew 18:21 Then Kefa came up and said to him, “Rabbi, how often can my brother sin against me and I have to forgive him? As many as seven times?” 22 “No, not seven times,” answered YESHUA, “but seventy times seven! 23 Because of this, the Kingdom of Heaven may be compared with a king who decided to settle accounts with his deputies. 24 Right away they brought forward a man who owed him many millions; 25 and since he couldn’t pay, his master ordered that he, his wife, his children and all his possessions be sold to pay the debt. 26 But the servant fell down before him. ‘Be patient with me,’ he begged, ‘and I will pay back everything.’ 27 So out of pity for him, the master let him go and forgave the debt. 28 “But as that servant was leaving, he came upon one of his fellow servants who owed him some tiny sum. He grabbed him and began to choke him, crying, ‘Pay back what you owe me!’ 29 His fellow servant fell before him and begged, ‘Be patient with me, and I will pay you back.’ 30 But he refused; instead, he had him thrown in jail until he should repay the debt. 31 When the other servants saw what had happened, they were extremely distressed; and they went and told their master everything that had taken place. 32 Then the master summoned his servant and said, ‘You wicked servant! I forgave you all that debt just because you begged me to do it. 33 Shouldn’t you have had pity on your fellow servant, just as I had pity on you?’ 34 And in anger his master turned him over to the jailers for punishment until he paid back everything he owed. 35 This is how my heavenly Father will treat you, unless you each forgive your brother from your hearts.”