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Ivriyah Declaration Series: Disciplined

How to be more disciplined as Ivriyahs?

In a world brimming with distractions and demands, maintaining a personal relationship with the Most High requires discipline. Similarly to how any earthly relationship demands effort and commitment, our connection with the Most High necessitates a deliberate cultivation of habits and attitudes that foster intimacy and growth. The significance of discipline indicates a meaningful profound and enduring bond with the Most High.

In Hebrew there is a term that relates to being disciplined: 

מוּסָר (Musar): This word encompasses the idea of discipline, instruction, correction, and training. It often implies a process   of teaching or guiding someone towards moral and ethical behavior

These scriptures convey the message of divine discipline:

Proverbs 3:11-12 (KJV): "My son, despise not the chastening of the Lord; neither be weary of his correction: For whom the Lord loveth he correcteth; even as a father the son in whom he delighteth."
Proverbs 13:24 (KJV): "He that spareth his rod hateth his son: but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes."
Proverbs 22:6 (KJV): "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it."
2 Timothy 1:7 (KJV): "For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind."

To have discipline is more than just adherence to rules or routines; it is the cornerstone of spiritual maturity and communion with the Most High.

To display discipline we have to align our thoughts, words, and deeds with the divine will of YAH and surrender our ego(flesh) to a higher purpose to bring the Most High glory. With spiritual discipline, it can range a spectrum of practices, from prayer and meditation to acts of service and self-reflection.

Discipline requires us to be consistent by setting aside dedicated time for prayer, meditation, and Bible study of sacred texts that deepens our intimacy with the Most High. Accountability is another vital aspect of discipline in our spiritual journey. Surrounding ourselves with like-minded individuals who share our commitment to growth and accountability encourages us to stay on course to be disciplined.

A disciplined spiritual life bears fruit in the form of inner peace, wisdom, and a deepened awareness of Yah's divine presence in every aspect of existence. May we embrace the discipline of nurturing our spiritual life with reverence and devotion, knowing that in the embrace of the truth with the Most High, we find our true purpose as Ivriyahs. 

Self- Affirmations for Virtuous
  • I am disciplined because I create a life of harmony and order.

  • I have the inner strength to resist temptation and stay the course. 

  • I trust the process of discipline to guide me to success.

  • I embrace discipline because it increases my relationship with TMH.

  • I am disciplined in my thoughts, words, and actions.

  • I have discipline, I have the power to change my life for the better.

  • I am focused and disciplined in my daily habits.

A Prayer

Abba Yahuah, I pray for discipline to be a part of my virtue as an Ivriyah. I pray to have a daily quiet time in Bible study with meditation. I pray to remain consistent with spiritual discipline with prayer, fasting and worship. I ask Abba to give me the desire to remain disciplined in works and deeds. I pray for your people to be restored with discipline so we can bring you glory and honor. In Yahusha's Name, So be it. 

This article was written by Yoana AnaYah.

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