In my most recent video, I spoke about waiting on YHWH.  Scripture tells us many times that we must wait on Him and He is good to those who wait for Him. But waiting for Him can be  very hard to do.  There are many situations I’m sure that we all have dealt with that require patience and trust in our Father.  We say we know Him. We say we love Him. We say we trust Him, but then we allow our actions to show other otherwise.   Many of us don’t know how to properly wait on Elohim. We don’t wait on our Master.  And today with the world getting so bad, and it becoming harder and harder to walk out our faith, we must learn how to wait on God. Here are some scriptures that stress the importance of waiting.  Be encouraged!


“For since the beginning of the world Men have not heard nor perceived by the ear, Nor has the eye seen any Elohim besides You, Who acts for the one who waits for Him.”  Isaiah 64:4


““Therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature? “So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Now if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will He not much more clothe you, O you of little faith? “Therefore do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For after all these things the Gentiles seek. For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.” Matthew 6:25-34


“Wait on YHWH; Be of good courage, And He shall strengthen your heart; Wait, I say, on YHWH!”  Psalms 27:14


“Rest in YHWH, and wait patiently for Him; Do not fret because of him who prospers in his way, Because of the man who brings wicked schemes to pass. Cease from anger, and forsake wrath; Do not fret— it only causes harm.” Psalms 37:7-8


“Our soul waits for YHWH; He is our help and our shield.”  Psalms 33:20


“Lead me in Your truth and teach me, For You are the Elohim of my salvation; On You I wait all the day.” Psalms 25:5


“YHWH is good to those who wait for Him, To the soul who seeks Him.” Lamentations 3:25


“But those who wait on YHWH Shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint.” Isaiah 40:31


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  • Buffy

    Dear TruthUnedited team,
    Sorry to repeat a comment, but I’ve been trying to get through to you guys on your website and facebook.
    I’m trying to get your excellent videos in to Christian prisoners in the UK.
    It is not legal to download your videos from Youtube so I was wondering whether you might make the mp4’s available, either on your site or on Dropbox?
    Thankyou so much for all you do!
    Kind regards,

  • Sananda Dharti-Agni-Jal-Vayu-Akash Evam, Jr.

    Explaining the Godhead (Trinity) in basic terms:

    God is One. This One God is composed of three co-eternal persons. One God, Three Persons. And each Person is 100% God. Imagine a flower with three petals; imagine that if you remove one petal, that one petal is still fully the entire flower. That is the Trinity. One God, Three Persons. A Triune deity.

    The three persons of the Trinity are:

    God the Father: Righteous, Powerful, Impersonal. The first in the chain of command within the Trinity. The Abba/Adonai. He made himself understood to man through His Son.

    God the Word: The second person of the Trinity. Love, Peace and Reconciliation. He is the spoken Truth of God. The Voice (Memra or Logos) of God. In Genesis 3: 8 it is mentioned that Adam and Eve “…heard the voice of the LORD God walking in the garden in the cool of the day.”
    Note this. They HEARD the VOICE of God WALKING in the garden. They heard the Word, the second person of the Trinity. The Word appears many times in the Old Testament in the form of christophonies (pre-Christ manifestations of the Word). He appears as Melchizedek/Melchisedec [[ (Hebrew: ‘מַלְכִּי־צֶדֶֿק’, “Malkī-ṣeḏeq”; Amharic: ‘መልከ ጼዴቅ’, “Malkīṣeḏeq”; Armenian: ‘Մելքիսեդեք’, “Melkisetek”) the High Priest of God, who has “…no father or mother…” It is interesting to note that Melchizedek/Melchisedec is called the King of Salem. Now, Salem means Peace, “Shalom”. So “King of Salem” is literally “King of Shalom/Peace”. Jesus Christ is called the Prince of Peace. Also, Melchizedek/Melchisedec broke bread and drank wine with Abram in the OT. Jesus did the same thing in the New Testament. Also, “Melchizedek” means “King of Righteousness” (Hebrew: מַלְכִּי־צֶדֶֿק “Malkī-ṣeḏeq”, “King of Righteousness”), a title of Christ ]]. In Genesis 14:18, he appeared as the Captain of the LORD’s armies in the book of Joshua 5:13-14, and as the Angel of the LORD who appeared throughout the Bible [NOTE: when the Bible says “AN angel of the LORD”, it is referring to a normal angelic being; either one of the Rav-Malakh (Archangels, such as the 15 Archangels: Gabriel, Raphael, Michael, Uriel, Ariel, Azrael, Haniel, Chamuel, Jeremiel, Jophiel, Mattatron, Raguel, Raziel, Zadkiel and Sandalphon), Cherubim (Cherubs), Ophanim (Wheels), Chayot-HaKodesh (Living Creatures), Erelim (Mighty Ones/Warriors), Elim (Heroes/Divine Council), Hashmallim (Heavenly Bodies), Seraphim (also called Ikisat, Serpents. Satan was of this group), Malakim (Messengers), Bene-Elohim (Sons of God), Grigori (Watchers), Shinnanim (Angels of Mercy/Ministering), Tarshishim (Fiery Angels), Chalkydri (also called Brazen-Hydras or Copper-Serpents, they are Sun-Archangels; each one is rainbow-coloured with the head of a crocodile, the feet and tail of a lion and 12 wings), Sarim (Princes/Principalities), Abalim (Thrones), Memitim (Destroyers/Angels of Death) or Ishim ( lesser angels akin to a divine human, known as Manlike Beings or Strangers).
    When it says “THE Angel of the LORD”, it is referring to the christophony of the Word.]
    Note that the term “angel” can also mean “messenger”. The Word also came in the form of the Burning Bush to speak to Moses, and as God Almighty (El-Shaddai) (since our God is “Esh-Okhla-El-Qanna”, a “Raging Fire, Jealous God”). So, the Word came in many christophonies. But why did He, the glorious God, choose to come in these lesser lower forms? Simple. If He had come in the force of His true glory, he would have annihilated all living beings in his vicinity by the power of his sinless perfect righteousness; no living being can withstand his righteousness in full force. Hence, he came in lesser christophonies. His final form on the earth was in the form of Jesus Christ, the Messiah. The Word of God has two natures: a divine nature (Son of God/Lion) and a human nature (Son of Man/Lamb). The Four Cherubs (seen in Ezekiel 1: 5-11 and in Revelation 4: 6) that serve God each represent the four directions (North, South, East, West) and the Four Elements (Lion= Fire, Ox= Earth, Man= Water, Eagle= Air). The Four Cherubs also represent the four Spirits of the Spaces: Lamas (the South Wind. The half-man half-lion Guardian of the constellation Leo, associated with the month of August), Sed (the East Wind. Guardian of the constellation Taurus who takes the form of a bull with a man’s head, associated with the month of May), Nattig (the West Wind. Guardian of the constellation Scorpio who takes the form of a man with the face, claws and wings of an eagle, associated with the month of November) and Ustur (the North Wind. Guardian of the constellation Aquarius who takes the form of a man, associated with the month of February. He is the oldest of the four). The Four Cherubs are also sometimes used as symbols for the Four Evangelists (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John).
    The Four Cherubs also represent the various Families of the animal kingdom: the Lion (Wild Animals), the Ox/Calf/Cherub (Domesticated Animals), the Eagle (Birds) and the Man (Humans and Angels). One Family of animals (Reptiles, Insects and Aquatic Creatures) is missing. This is because the one that represented that group was cast down (the Covering Cherub/Anointed Cherub who is Satan). This is why Satan/Lucifer/Abaddon/Belial/Apollyon/Nephi/Aiwass/Moroni/Behemoth/Leviathan/Samyaza/Beelzebub/Metatron/Raziel/Mephistopheles is repeatedly called a dragon, serpent of the sea, beast of the land and “Lord of the Flies”. The Four Cherubs also represent aspects of their Creator, Jesus Christ: as a King (the Lion, Gospel of Matthew), as a Servant (the Ox/Calf/Cherub, Gospel of Mark), as a Human (the Man, Gospel of Luke) and as a Deity (the Eagle, Gospel of John).

    God the Holy Spirit/Holy Ghost: the third person of the Trinity. Comfort, Strength and Hope. He is sevenfold, being composed of seven spirits: the Spirit of the LORD, the Spirit of Wisdom, the Spirit of Understanding, the Spirit of Counsel, the Spirit of Might, the Spirit of Knowledge and the Spirit of The Fear of The LORD. (Isaiah 11: 2 and Revelation 3 as well as Revelation 5: 6)
    The sevenfold Holy Spirit rested on Jesus Christ (the Word made flesh) and is available to us if we seek God in the name of JESUS CHRIST.

    And this is the Trinity. One God, Three Persons. (Also, I find it interesting that the word “Godhead” appears 3 times in the Bible, and there are 3 Persons in the Godhead/Trinity.) The Three are One, and the One is Three. God is Triune, and the One True God. He always has been.

    Now, I will only ask you three questions: was Jesus lying when he said “…he that hath seen me hath seen the Father; and how sayest thou then, Shew us the Father?” (John 14: 9)? Of course not! Jesus cannot lie! He is God! This statement (that Jesus is the Father) proves the concept of the Trinity (Godhead).

    Now, I want to draw your attention to one particular event: Jesus is in the Garden. He is praying to the Father. This moment is so beautiful and intimate, as it gives us a glimpse into the personal life of Jehovah God (the interactions within the Persons of the Godhead) since before time, space, matter or creation itself.

    If you are a follower of Oneness (Modalism), this entire event is a joke to you. It is just God changing “modes” or “forms”, like a clown or pulcinella switching masks. This scene in the eyes of the Oneness Pentecostalist is a silly puppet-show, with God talking to himself like a madman as if trying to entertain the reader like a circus-bimbo. When you see this through the concept of the Trinity, this beautiful and intimate moment makes so much more sense.

    You cannot deny that God is One. But to say he is just “transitioning” to different modes or forms is to limit God into a little box of human understanding.

    Oneness doctrine was started because the followers of such doctrine could not understand the concept of One God who is Tripersonal. They could not understand it, so they attacked it and called it “polytheism!!!” And said things like “you’re worshipping three gods!!!” Because they could not understand the unique plurality of the One True God (Jesus Christ). Believers in Oneness would rather follow the Monad of Islam than try to understand that “…there are Three that bear witness.”

    You cannot deny the scriptures that confirm the Trinity:

    1 Corinthians 8:6

    2 Corinthians 3:17

    2 Corinthians 13:14

    Colossians 2:9

    Isaiah 9:6

    Isaiah 44:6

    John 1:14

    John 10:30

    Luke 1:35

    Matthew 1:23

    Matthew 28:19

    Matthew 3:16-17

    John 14:16-17

    Romans 14:17-18

    Luke 3:21-22

    Genesis 1:1-2

    1 John 5:7-8

    1 Peter 1:1-2

    2 Corinthians 1:21-22

    1 Corinthians 12:4-6

    Ephesians 4:4-6

    Colossians 1:15-17

    John 14:9-11

    Philippians 2:5-8

    John 10:30-36

    Jesus Christ was the Trinity (Godhead) in bodily form. So the third and final question would be: do you believe that God contradicts himself?
    “Let Us make Man in Our own image.”
    May the peace and love of Jesus Christ (the Father, Son and Holy Ghost in bodily form) be with you always.

    God bless.

  • Gina

    I thank YHWH for leading me to your page and inspiring me to watch your videos. Would you be able to tell me the version of the bible that you study from? I have several versions of the bible at home. I am currently reading from the NKJV. I really want to read scripture in it’s truest form. I’m not sure if this is the one I should be using.

  • Diane Foster

    Thank you so much for this video and the scriptures. Can you repost the link for the book you mentioned, the link above for the book is not working?

  • William Engel

    Thank you and God bless you with grace and peace abundantly, in Jesus’s name, amen. Hallelujah for God’s Word! I don’t see the book you use for bible study each with the family. Perhaps the link or button is not working? What is the name of the book? Praise the Lord and thank Him forever and ever, amen!

  • Kellie

    This was very helpful as a reminder that strength comes from waiting on God. I was wondering last night and today how I can learn to be patient. Then this came to my email. I shall seek him for my salvation without turning or toiling or fretting about anything.

  • Niheim the Gadite

    I can see that Elohim the Dream is working through you to free His people always remember that Elohim is the Dream Nd we are both on Yahawashi Team one love truth


    Niheim the Gadite

    Shalom Ahch 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾

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