Yah himself is a treasury; a vault from which we can draw spiritual riches.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. Yah himself is a treasury; he personally sits as a spiritual vault from which those who serve him can draw great riches. But those riches aren’t material goods or physical wealth. Rather, it amounts to goodness, which is more valuable than any physical wealth you can bring to mind. In fact, what we consider wealth in this world is a pittance to Yah, whose capital city, Jerusalem, will be lined with streets of gold, and surrounded by walls and gates made of precious stones and pearls. And Yah will not only fill the land of the redeemed with jewels, but Scripture says that:
16 . . . they will sparkle in his land like jewels in a crown.
The redeemed themselves will be like riches to Yah; how much more will the storehouse of his abundant goodness be to them? Yes, those who have a righteous fear of Yah, who faithfully keep his commandments, and shelter in his strength, they will inherit this goodness, and the rest of the world will behold it.
19 Oh, how abundant is your goodness, which you have stored up for those who fear you and worked for those who take refuge in you, in the sight of the children of mankind!
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