Yah’s Beautiful Creations – Give Thanks

Abba Yahuah, your creations are so wonderful!
Abba  Yahuah, your creations are so great!
Every time I think of the works of your hands, I am left in awe and thanksgiving.

I have always been appreciative of the Most High and all that He has created, but for some time now, this feeling has been amplified so much so that I am brought to tears just thinking about it. I felt the need to put together this post of honor to Yahuah and to give him Praise.
When I look at all that surrounds me, I can’t help but reflect on how awesome Yah is. Every day I wake up and each night before I go to sleep, I give thanks because there is none great like Yahuah. Creator of the Light, in the darkness. In Him we find hope; when life comes crashing down on us. He separated the waters and created the earth that we walk on. Created the air that we breathe. Without this gift of the breath of life, we cease to exist in this world. It is amazing to see how fragile we are knowing it only takes one word from Yah to make a simple but yet complex thing such as air flowing through us, to cease. So if we are here today, in this moment, it is only by Yah’s grace, mercy and will. Praise Yah!

One of Yah’s many creations are the plants. As mentioned before, I love them and have many leafy ones in my home. In my plant parent journey, I have come to learn of the many diferent plants with jaw-dropping leaf colors, patterns, shapes a sizes. Some literaly look like they have been painted. Through this realization, I see that without Yah’s nature, there would be no art. Art mimics nature; art mimics Yahuah’s creation. In the beginning He created the garden of Eden. In that garden He caused all the beautiful original plants to grow, as He intended. He created all the plants that would
simply be pleasant to our sight and all that would be for food for his other creations. To all of these, He said was VERY good; and indeed, they are VERY good.  HalleluYah.

Yah created the sun, the moon and the stars which He placed so strategicaly in the sky. He gave the sun and moon a path to travel. He gave them motion in order to light up our day and night sky, at their appointed time.Abba Yah created the birds with such a great ability to fly in the sky and the fish of the sea. He created the animals of the land, to which man was given, to care for and have dominion over. He created them for us to love as we love ourselves. How thoughtful is He!

Yah created us in his image, then placed within our vessel, our ruach. This ruach was sent down from the heavens to fulfill a purpose and task. It is quite interesting how it is connected to our physical body; without the ruach, the flesh is useless. With it, the body is able to perceive the world around us through our senses. The sense of sight, smell, hearing, taste, touch, and other less frequently mentioned senses, make up the human experience.

How we are able to think on the spot, speak at will, lift our hands and dance in praise to the Most High Yahuah, is incredible. How He created living beings with a heart that beats without thought, blood that keeps the flesh alive, cells that fight foreign invaders, one can never comprehend. How our organs work together in unison and our brain sends signals to repair the body and keep us going, one could never fathom. It is only through the acknowledgment of the everlasting presence and greatness of YAHUAH, that one can BEGIN to see how all of these wonders ARE possible. Hallelu-Yah

“Singing praise to you, Yah
Because you’re the Highest!
Can you hear me shout it out? 
You made the berries, you made the trees
Created the forest and each little leaf
The waves of the ocean, butterflies and bees
The blow of the wind, each breath I receive
You made the stars that are in the shamayim
You made the Law and our only King
Your creations have me in AWE
I never thought I’d have this much joy
Thank you for everything, Yah”
    -Words by Ahkoti KaYahna

Psalms 92:1-6
[1](A Psalm or Song for the sabbath day.) It is a good thing to give thanks unto the LORD, and to sing praises unto thy name, O most High:
[2]To shew forth thy lovingkindness in the morning, and thy faithfulness every night,
[3]Upon an instrument of ten strings, and upon the psaltery; upon the harp with a solemn sound.
[4]For thou, LORD, hast made me glad through thy work: I will triumph in the works of thy hands.
[5]O LORD, how great are thy works! and thy thoughts are very deep.
[6]A brutish man knoweth not; neither doth a fool understand this.

By AhavaYah Yahsharel

7 Responses

  1. Amazing post and quite emotional, as we don’t always think of how amazing Yah’s creations are. We don’t take the time usually to consider them.

    We are so lucky and have a lot to be thankful for. Yah has done so much for us and with all His creations for us to look after and enjoy
    It is sometimes easy to take them for granted.

    Thank you for bringing this to remembrance.

    Praise Yah!

  2. Wow… my ruach was lead to come on Mashiach Assembly site to see if anyone posted anything new and i’m so glad I got to read such a beautiful word from you AhavaYah, thank you for sharing… Yahnah hit it on the nose! This is an amazing post and it brought me to tears too because I resonated with every single word… I have been thinking about YAH’s creation immensely this past week including all the RUACHS that come in His NAME especially my own and how everything is created for a purpose… for a season. Being mindful of this has made me feel a lot more joyful and has caused me to pay more attention to the beauty in the calmness; the still moments; his expressions of love, creation, power… I’m so grateful for his elements I used to breeze over. The Breath, my heartbeat, warmth, food… and senses I mean everything is just enough, just right, nothing more and nothing less.
    I pray that YAH continues to show me anything else that I have taken for granted.

    “Thus saith YAHUAH, he that created the heavens, and stretched them out; he that spread forth the earth, and that which cometh out of it; he that giveth breath unto the people upon it, and spirit to them that walk therein:”
    Isaiah 42:5

    “For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:”
    Romans 1:20

    “But ask now the beasts, and they shall teach thee; And the fowls of the air, and they shall tell thee:
    Or speak to the earth, and it shall teach thee:
    And the fishes of the sea shall declare unto thee.
    Who knoweth not in all these That the hand of YAHUAH hath wrought this? In whose hand is the soul of every living thing, And the breath of all mankind.”
    Job 12:7-10


    1. Wow Ahkoti! That was beautiful! Yours and Yahnah’s replies have touched me also! I’m glad I hearkened to that push I felt and I realize now that it was the Ruach. I will continue to give thanks every chance I get and while I still breathe His breath of life.


    2. AhmanYah, HALLELUYAH….. Achoti Giselle daughter of Yah, the Romans verse immediately came to mind while reading our sister’s post. Praise Yah. Many in the awakening use that verse out of context but it is definitely proof that mankind has a Creator. When we look at the human bodies, anatomy, the earth and all there is no way any of this just came to be. So there is no excuse not to praise Yah. Bring it out sis, daughter of Yah. All Praises To The Most High!

  3. Praise Yah Achoti AhavaYah ❤️… this post was so pleasant and needed. A great way to honor Abba Yah everyday and in every way, especially as I read it today for the first time on His holy Shabbat.

    I felt such shalom, like when Unc leans back in the chair after a long lesson and one of our brothers or sisters (spiritual family members through Mashiach) is closing us out with the most peaceful prayer. Praise Yah!

    And I love that you included the words from our sister Achoti KiYahna’s song, I absolutely love that song and the words just play again and again in head after hearing it and giving all reverence and praise to our Creator.


    1. Thank you Achoti ❤️

      Writing this post did bring me much shalam. I started writing it one late night with tears coming down my face as I felt a push to honor and praise our Abba. I couldn’t quite find ALL the words to complete it, so I left it for when the time was right. Finally, I found the words in the calm and stillness after another edifying Shabbat fellowship, just as you mentioned. Praise YAH

      Achoti KiYahna’s song is very beautiful and touching; it forces you to meditate on YAH’s greatness. I’m so grateful to be part of the Myshpachah at Mashiach’s Assembly and we are ALL so blessed to have been CALLED BY HIS NAME. It is a remarkable thing to see all the different positions being taken, elections and talents coming together to form a COMPLETE body in YAH.

      All Praises to the Most High YAHUAH!

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