...and sometimes people hear that echo.
Then we rejoice.
I feel like there is something missing here and I would like to brainstorm with a few people on how we can change that. The Father brought us out of her before we even know what that was. Before we kept Torah, understood as much as we do now, or were fortunate enough to meet some of you people. We didn't expect anything. We had each other and we were use to that.
Now, when I urge people to leave the cities, whether it is by my own mouth or by association being part of the faith I feel that I am partly responsible for these brothers and sisters. Some of them are leaving good jobs, close friends and family, and a litany of other things. And what are they heading into? In most cases less secure situations. We can talk about how Yah is leading them and how He will take care of them, but we are meant to advance His kingdom on earth. I hate the thought of a brother or sister leaving the city only to fail miserably in their new location because Yah's plan was for His people to welcome them and provide for them what we have to offer. A blow to their spirit and their flesh that could have been prevented had we only been more active as a community.
I am being led to put something together to help these people, fresh out of Babylon, have a softer landing wherever it is they are being placed.
I have a rough idea of how I think this is going to play out. It was suggested to me by a few brothers to throw this up on the forums to see what others think.
Feel free to comment on here. Ill see it eventually, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org