Everything Is Dust



We overlook the ground beneath our feet, the air we breathe, and the myriad number of other things that factor into our daily lives.

I had a dream about the roads and places I’d been over the decades of my life, and all I’d worked to build and possess.

The buildings were deteriorated, and the more I’d cherished them, the more damaged they appeared. One of the prominent buildings was a wondrous musical instrument store within what appeared to be a huge Cathedral. It was damaged severely because the ground beneath it had shifted and dropped several feet, and the only reason it had not collapsed completely was due to its extremely thick walls. It looked very dangerous, but I went in to look around. I saw all the amazing things a musician might lust for, and realized they were only dust, and in the eternal perspective, quite worthless. Everything, including the building, was a complete loss.

As I approached the front to leave, there were several people standing around, one sitting in a wheelchair. He looked at me like he knew me.

As I drew closer to him I saw that his eyes were hazed-over, making him strain to see anything. It may have been caused by a lifetime of looking but not seeing.

“Lew, I’m very sick, and I won’t be here much longer.”

I opened my mouth to tell him that the purpose of life is to love.

Love is what we are here to build on, and nothing else matters more than finding love.

It is learned by living by instructions in how to love, given as a free gift by our Creator.

These Ten Instructions show us how to love Him and love our fellow beings, yet opposed by the NWO (Nimrod World Order):

I am Yahuah your Alahim; have no other before My Face.

You do not bow to images.

You do not cast the Name of Yahuah your Alahim to ruin.

Remember the Shabath day, to set it apart.

Honor your father and your mother.

You do not murder.

You do not break wedlock.

You do not steal.

You do not bear false witness against your neighbor.

You do not covet your neighbor’s wife, house, field, servants, animals, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.

Our Creator came among us in human form to reconcile us to Himself by offering His own life in place of ours, and if we turn to Him in the Name of Yahusha we will be delivered.

His Name is Hebrew, meaning “I am your Deliverer.” He said,

“Love one another as I have loved you.” Then I woke up.