I must preface the following Tid Bits of our Lords messages through the Holy Spirit as pieces of His light to be shared:
TIDBIT #1 by Robert
To all, the treasure of trial by God is in its self a gift. Like a potter who spins the potter’s wheel and gently puts the finishing touch on His work. God crafts and moulds you to become one of His finest demonstrations, releasing his light powerfully into the darkness.
TIDBIT #2 by Robert
The main work of a Believer lies in the right management of his heart and mind; Peter’s first direction is to gird up the loins of the mind. He continues, “The children of God ought to prove themselves to be such by their obedience to God, by their present, constant, universal obedience.”
“The best of God’s children have had their times of lust and ignorance; the time has been when the whole scheme of their lives, their way and fashion, was to accommodate and gratify their unlawful desires and vicious appetites, being grossly ignorant of God and themselves, of Yeshua and the gospel.
Persons, when converted, differ exceedingly from what they were formerly. They are people of another fashion and manner from what they were before; their inward frame, behaviour, speech, and conversation, are much altered from what they were in times past The lusts and extravagances of sinners are both the fruits and the signs of their ignorance.
TIDBIT #3 by Robert
The grace of God in calling a sinner is a powerful engagement to holiness. It is a great favour to be called effectually by divine grace out of a state of sin and misery into the possession of all the blessings of the new covenant; and great favours are strong obligations; they enable as well as oblige to be holy.
TIDBIT #4 by Robert
Complete holiness is the desire and duty of every Believer. Here is a two-fold rule of holiness:
-  It must, for the extent of it, be universal. We must be holy, and be so in all manner of conversation; in all civil and religious affairs, in every condition, prosperous or reverse; towards all people, friends and enemies; in all our intercourse and business still we must be holy.
-  For the pattern of it. We must be holy, as God is holy: we must imitate him, though we can never equal him. He is perfectly, unchangeably, and eternally holy; and we should aspire after such a state. The consideration of the holiness of God should oblige as to the highest day holiness we can attain unto
- (3) The written word of God is the surest rule of a Christian’s life, and by this rule, we are commanded to be holy every way
- (4) The Old Testament commands are to be studied and obeyed in the times of the New Testament; the apostle, by virtue of a command, delivered several times by Moses, requires holiness in all Christians.
TIDBIT #5 by Robert
Our words are powerful just like Paul when he stands alone 2 Samuel 23: 31- 35 the answer is there through Paul. Know this when Satan attacks, you know you have pushed one of his buttons. The Battle is to silence you, the turmoil is to discourage you from demonstrating God’s great work in you. Blessings.
TIDBIT #6 by Robert
A very simple yet potent healing tool was revealed to me. Also in the description, the potency level is described as highly contagious even more that a yawn. When things seem nearly impossible or a complete mess find something to clearly see your reflection, while looking deep into your eyes, release a sincere smile into the mirror and note the results (repeat as many times as needed there is an abundant supply). Try this on someone near you. Watch what happens next. A smile is God’s suave to be used on fiery darts or moments of being depressed. The challenge is to care for yourself constantly using the gift of Gods suave for the spirit.
Remember, these articles are given as warnings from a humble servant as God’s Watchman bringing His warnings to the flock of impending dangers. I pray for all to be covered with Yeshua’s blessings.
Be at peace and in faith as you journey forward doing God’s calling and work. As Yeshua said, be as wise as a serpent and gentle as a dove. Times are now, we must all be aware of our surroundings, and who it is we are dealing with. “And Yeshua through the Holy Spirit said unto me, “My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness.”