Beulah HalleluYAH is purposed to bring glory to our Father in heaven by serving the community through giving, praising, testifying, and trusting the Lord. HalleluYAH!
It was a few years ago, when I was attending my daughter's graduation, that the spirit of the Lord awakened me by calling me "beulah." At that time, I had no idea of the true essence of beulah, but I knew (by the spirit of the Lord) that it was in the Bible and the Lord wanted me to seek out the meaning.
Beulah referenced the church to come. The bride that was no longer forsaken or desolated. HalleluYAH! As the church, when we die to self and submit to the will of God, we can become who God says we are. HalleluYAH!
The Lord was prophetically speaking in the "now" tense. The Lord has seen me. He wanted me to see me, just as He wants you to see you. There is much that I can say as prelude to this testimony, but I have committed to staying in the "now" and giving God all the praise for what only He has done. HalleluYAH!
I will leave this with you. The Lord asked me, while on this journey, "What is most important, your desire or my will for your life?"
My answer, "Your will is most important, Lord." I ask you the same question.
Beulah HalleluYAH proves God's Word to be true. It is written, "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you" (Matthew 6:33). Trust God. Keep the faith. Wait on the Lord. Amen.