The Awakening: how do I begin except to say that I have much to learn about faith in Christ. For He is constantly sowing the seed of faith in my spirit. Each drop of a seed opens my eyes to the vastness of the unworked fields within me.

The Awakening chapter in my testimony is a flashback to the moment of impact where both my physical and spiritual realities came to an immediate and sudden stop. In the physical I was grappling with the sight of my slumped over husband next to me, my all too silent children behind me and a crumpled up metal frame surrounding me. In the spiritual, I was dieing a new death and didn’t even know it. The seeds that Elohim planted within me throughout the years finally died. A new creation in Him was about to come to life.

John 12:24

“Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.”

When Jesus spoke these Words I believe He was directly referring to His crucifixion. You know what though? I think most of us recognize that Yeshua’s Word is miraculous in the way that it contains many layers. Although spoken two thousand years ago, what Jesus said is applicable even to us in our day.

Hebrews 13:8

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever.

On April 21, 2008 Yeshua Hamashiac began sowing the seed of faith into my life in new and incredible ways. There isn’t a moment that goes by where I don’t feel like I died on that day. For something new sprang forth from those ashes and blessed is He who saved me through it.

If you haven’t watched or read the beginning of the story you can do that here:

May Elohim bless you and keep you always.



Some study resources if you’d like are below. There are many more that you can search and read. Nothing beats reading the scripture itself and if you can find references to the Hebrew and Aramaic that is even better.

Alan Horvath: Life vs. Death, Soul vs. Spirit
Got Questions: What is the meaning of the parable of the sower?


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