What makes a person mighty in the Scriptures, and why you should care.


Tsiyon Messianic Radio Newsletter  - Vol 17.05 - 11/28/6021 TAM - 01/31/2022 AD

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Acts 27

From Eliyahu


Consider this:


Usually people travel with high hopes of good things at their destination. People often travel to visit friends and loved ones, to enjoy a vacation, or to profit from business ventures.  No one who sets out on a voyage expects to be shipwrecked, even though everyone knows that shipwrecks happen. Most people normally assume that is something that happens to other people - not them.


Perhaps the most famous modern example of a shipwreck that started out with the highest of hopes is the RMS Titanic. There was little if any concern that her maiden voyage, departing Southampton, UK, for New York City on April 15,1912, would end in disaster. After all, Titanic was the largest ship afloat at the time she entered service, being 882 feet 9 inches long and 92 feet 6 inches wide. Her total height, measured from the base of the keel to the top of the bridge, was 104 feet, she displaced 52,310 tons of water. The gigantic ship was both a monument to then-modern technology, as well as to the Victorian elegance of the elite, being magnificently appointed with exotic woods, oriental carpets and crystal chandeliers.


Titanic was widely touted as "unsinkable." Confidence in that opinion was so high that the owners and builders scaled back the recommended number of lifeboats to only half the number needed to accommodate the 2,228 people aboard. The deadly nature of this awful decision was put on display before the whole world when the Titanic sank on its maiden voyage, reportedly after colliding with an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland. Sadly, more than 1,500 people died in the shipwreck. The "unsinkable" ship turned out to be a Titanic disaster.

Titanic failureWrong!

It was said "not even God himself could sink this ship." Actually, there was no need for God to sink the Titanic, should He desire that result. The hubris of man was more than enough to get that job done with no help from the supernatural. Pride and over-confidence in the ship had led to a series of irresponsible decisions that all accrued to create and to exacerbate the disaster.


Sadly, this is the story behind most epic shipwrecks, crashes and collapses. Almost all of them are the result of poor decisions and human error of all sorts. It is a sad fact that innocent persons are injured and killed in disasters of all sorts, at no fault of their own - simply because someone they may not have even known made an irresponsible decision - or no decision at all. What can you do about this?


First of all, make solid decisions yourself, based upon the Word and Spirit of YHWH. There is no substitute for this. Second, in the event you find yourself in an unfolding tragedy, put your trust in Elohim. I've had more than one occasion where there was only time for a one-word prayer: HELP! He knows when you are calling out to Him and it is truly amazing what He can do for His people who put their trust in Him. As Scripture says:

"Those who trust in YHWH are as Mount Tsiyon, which can’t be moved, but remains forever. As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so YHWH surrounds his people from this time forth and forevermore." Psalms 125:1-2

There are numerous examples of how YHWH rescues His people from potential disaster brought on by disastrous decisions of others. The shipwreck of Paul and his shipmates recorded in Acts 27 is one such example. There is much to learn from this exciting story, that we will be focusing on at Tsiyon Academy tonight.


Join us at our Tsiyon meeting tonight at Tsiyon.Net at 8 PM, CST. Taking in valuable information like the gems in Acts 27 is fabulous preparation for the tribulations that we already know lie ahead.




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