Abba! Abba! I Wait Upon You.


/ˈæbə/ [ab-uh]

noun (a powerful name revering the Lord God )

1. a title of reverence for the almighty Lord God.

2. New Testament; an Aramaic word for father, used by Jesus and Paul to address God in a relation of personal intimacy.

Origin: < Aramaic> abbā; father
To my followers at :
I thank Abba for His love. I pray these words to Abba, “Come ..come to me, Abba.”  This is what I prayed this morning. I will say more about this later (I’ll get back online); and about why I pray these words again now with my followers at the website. Basically, while I was in prayer & worship this morning I asked God to come to me. He touched my heart and gave me some blessed words which emanated from His holy lips; which words I wrote down and want to study further. Like I said, I’ll say more later. For now, I want to get back to my praise in order to receive more words from Abba while He is here with me this afternoon. Thank God!
P.S. (Feb 26) – – I have not written my follow-up yet. I am still studying the words that the Lord spoke to me on last Monday. I want to clearly understand what I heard. Thank you!

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Please click "Follow" to Subscribe/Follow my posts in order to receive an e-mail notice when I post new articles. Plus, I will write stuff that you suggest or like. What I am doing with the posts on my FerdieWerdie Gazette is: listening for the voice of the Lord and seeking the face of Jesus. What I hear in my journey, I will also write about. What guides me in this journey and what I propose for you to do is: Wait on the Lord, and be of good courage ..for He shall strengthen thy heart!
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