To seek His face, now just what does that mean? The literal translation of the second commandment is that we should have no other gods in his face, and we are all too eager to throw our own godship in His face.
Yah s all knowing and all seeing, and yet we have the temerity to think that we know better, we change His sabbath to Sunday, we change Passover to ‘Easter’ and Taruwah to (Jewish) New Year (Rosh Hashanah). That is throwing our godship in His face in a big way. Christmas too, we take the pagan feast of Saturnalia and pretend it is something to do with Yahushua, and if there were shepherds abiding on the hillsides watching their flocks by night, then it was not the end of December, its just too cold for the sheep.
What it is, is midwinter solstice, when pagans (and others who should not) revere the Sun as it starts its return journey.
But we also throw our godship in Yah’s face in many little ways, we especially worship the creation not the creator when we worship at the shrine of the god of television (computer, iPhone, xBox, you name it)
We become gods in our own rite when we are born and as we grow up, unless taught differently, we come to believe in our own judgement and not Yah’s judgment as defined in Torah. I did not create the world, I am not omniscient so what right have I got to inflict my godship on the Creator; and when I do this, I fall out of harmony with His Creation.
Satan wants us to prostrate ourselves before himself, Yah wants us to live our lives in synergy and harmony with His Creation and by so doing, with Himself, the moment we step outside Torah we are playing satan’s game, and throwing our own godship in Yah’s face by re-interpreting Yah’s scriptures.
We must seek his face, we must actively look for Yah and His truths, the truths of His Creation. Only then can we move in the reality of the Aaronic blessing “may Yahovah lift up the light of His Countenance (face) upon you and give you Shalom.