In this exercise the participant will be asked to participate in an imaginary walk. After the walk, the participant will be asked to honestly critique himself or herself. The participant will be asked how they responded to new information, obstacles, problems and personal challenges along the path.
Isa 35:8 And there shall be a highway, and a way, and it shall be called “The Way of Set-apartness1.” The unclean does not pass over it, but it is for those who walk the way, and no fools wander on it. (Footnote: 1See Ps. 77:13. Your way, O Elohim, is in Set-apartness1; Who is a great Ěl like Elohim?)
The choice of whether to move into the next phase of life is yours. What
Courageous? Fearful? Unbelieving?Num_12:7 My servant Moses is not so, who is faithful in all mine house. Isa_49:7 Thus saith the LORD, the Redeemer of Israel, and his Holy One, to him whom man despiseth, to him whom the nation abhorreth, to a servant of rulers, Kings shall see and arise, princes also shall worship, because of the LORD that is faithful, and the Holy One of Israel, and he shall choose thee. Mat_24:45 Who then is a faithful and wise servant, whom his lord hath made ruler over his household, to give them meat in due season? Mat_25:21 His lord said unto him, Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord. Mat_25:23 His lord said unto him, Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord. Luk_19:17 And he said unto him, Well, thou good servant: because thou hast been faithful in a very little, have thou authority over ten cities. Heb_3:5 And Moses verily was faithful in all his house, as a servant, for a testimony of those things which were to be spoken after;
Integrity - The Path
1Co 4:4-5For I am not conscious of any matter againstmyself, yet I am not declared right by this, butHe who judges me is .So do not judge any at all before the time, untilthe Master comes, who shall bring to light whatis hidden in darkness and reveal the thoughts ofthe hearts. And then each one’s praise shallcome from Elohim.
Isaiah 40:13-14.“Who has meted out the Spirit of , or asHis counsellor taught Him?“With whom did He take counsel, and whoinstructed Him, and taught Him in the path ofright-ruling? Who taught Him knowledge, andshowed Him the way of understanding?”(The Scriptures (ISR) translation with footnotes.)
Describe the path.Is it easy to walk or is it difficult? Why?What makes it that way?What do you see?Are there sounds?Is there a smell?What are you feeling?
Describe the house.What is the condition of the house?Go into the house and describe what you see.If you choose to, enter the rooms one-by-one.What catches your attention?How do you feel?Return to the path and look back at the house.Has the house changed? If so, in what way?Has the path changed?What are you feeling?
There’s something in the cup.What are you doing with the contents?What are you doing with the cup?Continue . . .
Describe the boulder.What are you doing?What are you feeling?Continue . . .
Describe the bear.How big is the bear?What is the bear doing?What are you doing?What are you feeling?The bear is gone.Continue . . .
Describe that body of water.What is the condition of the water?What catches your attention?What are you feeling?Continue . . .
Describe the wall.How high is the wall?Can you see over it?What do you see?Do you want to go over the wall?The choice is yours.Continue . . .
Describe the path.Is it different than the first?What do you see?Are there sounds?Is there a smell?What are you feeling?Continue . . .If you chose to go over the wall . . .
Describe this house.What is the condition of this house?Go into this house and describe what you see.If you choose to, enter the rooms one-by-one.What catches your attention?How do you feel?Do you want to stay in this house?
Isa 64:8 And now, O , You are our Father. We are the clay,and You our potter. And we are all the work of Your hand.From Webster’s 1828 Dictionary : DomicileDOMICIL, n. [L., a mansion.] An abode or mansion; a place of permanent residence, either of anindividual or family; a residence, animo manendi.
From Webster’s 1828 DictionaryResidence - RESIDENCE, n.1. The act of abiding or dwelling in a place for somecontinuance of time; as the residence of an American inFrance or Italy for a year.2. The place of abode; a dwelling; a habitation.3. That which falls to the bottom of liquors. Obs.4. In the canon and common law, the abode of a person orincumbent on his benefice; opposed to non-residence.Resident - RESIDENT, a. [L. residens.]Dwelling or having an abode in a place for acontinuance of time, but not definite; as aminister resident at the court of St. James. A B isnow resident in . . . America.RESIDENT, n.1. One who resides or dwells in a place for some time. A B is now aresident in London.2. A public minister who resides at a foreign court. It is usually applied toministers of a rank inferior to that of embassadors.
Our earthen “residence”is our “freehold”;Our legal and lawful“real estate”until we return to our“domicile”.
From Webster’s 1828 DictionaryFreeholdFREEHOLD, a. That land or tenement which is held in fee-simple, fee-tail, or for term of life. It is of two kinds; in deed, and inlaw. The first is the real possession of such land or tenement; the last isthe right a man has to such land or tenement, before his entry orseizure.Freehold is also extended to such offices as a man holds in fee or forlife. It is also taken in opposition to villenage.In the United States, a freehold is an estate which a manholds in his own right, subject to no superior nor toconditions.FreeholderFREEHOLDER, n. One who owns an estate in fee-simple, fee-tail or for life; the possessor of a freehold.Every juryman must be a freeholder.
From Webster’s 1828 Dictionary :Corporeal - CORPOREAL, CORPOREOUS, a. Having abody; consisting of a material body; material; opposed to spiritualor immaterial; as our corporeal frame; corporeal substance.Incorporeal - INCORPOREAL, a. [L. incorporalis, incorporeus.]Not consisting of matter; not having a material body; immaterial. Spirits are deemedincorporeal substances.(Corporealist - CORPOREALIST, n. One who denies the existence of spiritual substances.)
Isa 40:4“Let every valley be raised, and everymountain and hill made low. And thesteep ground shall become level, andthe rough places smooth.”
Psa 23:1-6is my shepherd; I do not lack.He makes me to lie down in greenpastures; He leads me beside stillwaters.He turns back1 my being; He leads me inpaths of righteousness For His Name’ssake. Footnote: 1Or He converts.When I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, Ifear no evil. For You are with me; Your rod and Yourstaff, they comfort me.You spread before me a table in the face of my enemies; You haveanointed my head with oil; My cup runs over.Only goodness and kindness follow me All the days of my life; And I shalldwell in the House of , To the length of days!
Isa 40:12 “Who has measured the waters in the hollow of his hand, andmeasured the heavens with a span, and contained the dust of the earth in ameasure, and weighed the mountains in scales and the hills in a balance?”
Psa 27:11-13Teach me Your way, O, And lead me in asmooth path, because ofmy enemies.Do not give me over To the desire ofmy adversaries; For false witnesseshave risen against me, And theybreathe out cruelty to me.What if I had not believed To see the goodness ofIn the land of the living!
Rev 11:18“And the nations were enraged, and Yourwrath has come, and the time of the dead to bejudged, and to give the reward to Your servantsthe prophets and to the set-apart ones, and tothose who fear Your Name, small and great, andto destroy those who destroy the earth.”