On This Day – 16 Kislev

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Shalom. Here is our devotional for December 4, 2017, 16 Kislev. Hope you are blessed. Approximately 5 minutes

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5 Responses to On This Day – 16 Kislev

  1. angela burris says:

    I am with you. I know that has been going on in my life for a while. I is hard at times. People that you will always love and have a special place in my heart, but I have come to realize that I am not living for them, I am living for the Messiah. My relationship with Him is more important to me then human relationships. Just to be close to Him is my desire. Thanks Bill. This brought tears to my eyes .

  2. casey nawman says:

    thank you bill. My eyes were filled with tears as I watched this. I have had a lot of relationships with great brothers and sisters in the lord dissipate over the years. I recently had to let go of the one that I was certain was to become my bride after it became clear we weren’t on the same paths. Its been hard but I have felt God leading me and I have trusted that I am on the path I’m supposed to be on and hopefully she and all the other great brethren are that have came and gone. Hearing this just confirmed what I’ve been realizing as of late. God has truly gifted you with a great ministry and it never ceases to amaze me how accurate, balanced and edifying you are in all of your messages. God has and continues to use you to help me function in my purpose as you do in yours. Shalom and blessings to you brother and thank you again for your faithfulness to Gods call.

    • Bill says:

      Casey; Thank you for the kind and encouraging words. I hope that the space this lost relationship has left you with will be filled with more than you could have ever asked for. Blessings and shalom.

  3. Douglas Wiles says:

    Thank you for this word. After forty years of giving my life to the Lord and all the trials and tribultions the Lord has led me through, none was harder than having a relationship with those you love dissolve because of the desire to get closer to Messiah. How much more it must hurt our Lord for the countless numbers who have dissolved or removed their relationship from HIM. Thank you again, it helps me to get through this lost relationship knowing that I’m not alone.

  4. JAIME says:


    Those who seek a more intimate relationship with the Lord must by default walk a more solitary path…

    “For in much Wisdom is much grief; and he that increases knowledge; increases sorrow”


    Perhaps it is this “set apart” position which hinders the forward progression….

    The walk the Lord made to his crucifixion was inlayed with great sufferings…

    Is the Servant “greater” than his Master ?

    The truth of it is revealed in our Savior’s words; “if they hated me; they will hate YOU”…

    Many are called; but few are chosen…

    Shalom, shalom

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