Woe to those who persecute Yah’s faithful; who deride and torment those striving for righteousness.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. As a faithful servant of Yah, you will undoubtedly face persecution for your witness and testimony of him and his son. The very life you live, if it is truly set apart from the lives of those around you, will be enough to win you scorn and mocking from others. Prophetically, that is the way of our chosen path, and persecution must be endured because of that choice. But woe to those who bring this persecution; who deride and torment those striving for righteousness through a dark and envious heart.
As servants of Yah, we have the promise of our sins being blotted out once we have been perfected. We are even told in Isaiah 65:17 that, following the creation of “new heavens and a new earth,” . . . “the former things shall not be remembered or come into mind.” Despite this, the book of Daniel, chapter 12 verse 2, speaks of those who will bear shame and everlasting contempt. This means that certain things will never be forgotten, like the scars Yeshua bore during his great sacrifice, which remained following his resurrection. Of all this, it is written:
11 But Yah is with me as a dread warrior; therefore my persecutors will stumble; they will not overcome me. They will be greatly shamed, for they will not succeed. Their eternal dishonor will never be forgotten.
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