As each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.
I Peter 4:10
First of all I want to explain why this blog is called Nacah Keliy. Together, the words mean Armor-bearer. An armor-bearer was someone that usually stood beside his leader(King) and assisted him on the battlefield by holding his sword and shield, lifting him up, and alerting him of danger. The Hebrew word Nacah means to lift, accept, advance, or regard. The Hebrew word Keliy comes from the root word Kalah, which means to end, complete, fulfill, or finish. An armor-bearer would be there from start to finish to serve, being completely loyal to his King. The Bible says obedience is better than sacrifice(1 Samuel 15:22), I’m just obeying the Holy Spirit.
Everyone goes through their own troubles, no one is perfect… If sharing my struggles helps one person, it’s completely worth it. I am always open to feedback whether it’s positive or negative. Let me know what you are thinking as we embark on this journey together.