Yahshua is the Word [John 1:1], more precious even than the Torah, and we have Him, in increasing measure, throughout this walk of faith. So do we express an unspeakable joy? A.W. Tozer describes it as ‘a slow-ripening fruit of faith’, and that gives me pause for thought, as I begin to consider the idea that this joy is the consequence of a mature level of believing.
To the apostle Peter joy unspeakable is a natural outcome of loving Yahshua; an outgrowth of the work of salvation in us. As we mature in salvation so the depth of inexpressible joy deepens and delights. Yahshua is the Source of all joy and I encourage you, as we walk forward into the Feast, to let your joy and delight be in Him; rejoice with the Living Word this week and have a blessed Sukkot!
1 Peter 1:8 NIV
Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy.