I Want To Be HEARD 2: The Head

Oftentimes when someone newly has come into the truth they might be praying incorrectly. This is because coming from the world and the churches they have been trained to pray a certain idolatrous way. A manner in which almost every religion in this world worships. Therefore when presenting themselves, they are not accepted of God because it is not done with reverence towards him. Psalms 89:7 “God is greatly to be feared in the assembly of the saints, and to be had in reverence of all them that are about him.” This is why the Most High has given us specific instructions of how we must pray properly. As prophecy dictated, we must follow the leader that he appointed as our head. Hosea 1:11 “Then shall the children of Judah and the children of Israel [Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans] be gathered together, and appoint themselves one head, and they shall come up out of the land: for great shall be the day of Jezreel.”

Jewish man praying incorrectly, since they do not believe in the Messiah nor understand the law, therefore they wear head coverings.
Jewish woman praying incorrectly, she does not have her head covered. At times Jewish women do cover their heads during prayer, ironically it might be a wig instead of clothing. A few other things to notice, the menorah is not the lawful seven branch candlestick, also the custom of Sabbath blessings over the candles is not scriptural. It is no different from the pagan tradition of lighting candles to pray to idols.
None of the holy men of the scriptures needed a prayer shawl to seek God! This tradition doesn’t come from the scriptures, it is actually an attempt to corrupt the law that commands all Israel to wear fringes and border of blue on their clothes. See, Numbers 15:38-41.
The famous skull cap called the yarmulke and sometimes known as the kippah, which most of the time is an identifying marker of a Jewish person is not a requirement to wear at all, especially during prayer. The word yarmulke shows that its origins is not from Israel but Poland. As the true people of God we do not need to feel validated by copying the impostors.

As we return to the most High we must make sure that we do not imitate those Jewish traditions that do not exist in the scriptures. Titus 1:14 “Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.” There is no such thing as a prayer shawl for men to wear, nor are we required to wear a yarmulka (skull cap) to serve the most High God. Shalam (Peace)!

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