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A Message for Israel and Nations

Please share this, far and wide as you are led, so that in one accord, we can send forth his Word to set captives free and advance the kingdom.

Challah is a traditional Jewish bread, eaten on the Sabbath or Shabbat. It now represents, according to the new covenant, the Sabbath rest that was purchased for all, through the Messiah, Yahushua Hamashiach, or Jesus Christ (Yeshua).

According to God Almighty, in the book of Hebrews, all people, including Israel, are called to enter into his "shabbat" rest by trusting in the finished work of Yeshua, who has once and for all paid for the sins of the world, through his sacrifice on the cross. The good news is that God ended our striving by perfecting us through faith in his one and only begotten son. We don't have to, and cannot earn it.

Yeshua is, according to the word, also the Word. He is "the bread of life". Whoever eats of him will never hunger again, according to the Holy scriptures. He says, "If you know me, then you know the Father." That means that the inheritance of God's kingdom belongs to all who believe, both Jew and Gentile.

According to the word of the LORD, which He had commanded Joshua, Israel’s experience is an illustration of their whole history, and the spiritual cycle of many who love God.

· Obedience followed by victory.

· Victory followed by blessing.

· Blessing followed by pride and disobedience.

· Disobedience followed by defeat.

· Defeat followed by judgment.

· Judgment followed by repentance.

· Repentance followed by obedience.

· Obedience followed by victory, and the cycle continues.

Please watch and share this video message, which points out Jesus in the book of Isaiah, and leads those who are Jews into the New Testament by some of their own scriptures.

God bless Israel. He will fulfill his promise to her, for the Lord, Adonai, is faithful.

Utterance of the Holy Spirit that lead to this audio message:

Shul (synagogue) 

“To the angel of the church in Smyrna write:

These are the words of him who is the First and the Last, who died and came to life again. 9 I know your afflictions and your poverty—yet you are rich! I know about the slander of those who say they are Jews and are not, but are a synagogue of Satan. 10 Do not be afraid of what you are about to suffer. I tell you, the devil will put some of you in prison to test you, and you will suffer persecution for ten days. Be faithful, even to the point of death, and I will give you life as your victor’s crown.

11 Whoever has ears, let them hear what the Spirit says to the churches. The one who is victorious will not be hurt at all by the second death. (Revelation 2)

Ai (the ruin heap, Et Tell) 

vash (date or fig honey) - unsure of significance

taw (truth) 

yakah (to convict, appoint or chasten)

Moya (bitter rebellion)

Elijah (my God is Yahweh)

challah (sabbath bread)

Nah (please /pray/ beseech)

Naya (renew and refresh)

Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshing may come from the Lord. Acts 3:19

A message for the Jewish people:

Behold your God, Israel! Behold me with an unveiled face. Behold your messiah, Yahushua. Yeshua - my word made flesh, who dwelt among you, and who was crucified and rose again to redeem and reconcile you to me. (Isaiah 53)

Call on me through the spotless Lamb, who was slain for your sin. Yeshua is the remover of the veil of the law (Isaiah 6) that keeps you from my presence, for none are righteous – none are holy but me. All have sinned. All fall short of my glory. Look upon my son, the spotless lamb who made atonement for a spotted people. He has removed every blemish of iniquity from you so that you can be reconciled to me. For the letter kills but the Spirit gives life. Repent and be baptized and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.

The Messiah that you have waited for has come and was slain and rose again. He will return, according to my holy word, but not as one whom the world will receive with open arms, but as the cornerstone that the builders have rejected, whom I have made the chief cornerstone. He is returning with a rod of iron to judge the nations and bring vengeance upon the wicked as an awesome and terrible one. (Isaiah 2 & 5)

My Chosen are behind him. Those Redeemed from sin through faith in Messiah are granted forgiveness and eternal life. My people, my Zion, my Israel . . . I am collecting you from four corners of the earth where you are scattered to bring you to my holy mountain (Isaiah 2) – The Rock from which you were cut and the query from which you were hewn. The New Jerusalem, my temple, where my spirit dwells are those who are called by my name.

Cry out to me! No one else can save you. For I alone am sovereign, righteous, and merciful. Call upon your Savior and I will hear you. Call upon the risen Lamb and I will save you. Adorn you. Exalt you and give you peace. Then all will know that I AM the LORD

THE GOD OF ABRAHAM ISAAC AND JACOB, Yahushua Hamashiach, Yeshua , Jesus the Christ

Reading recommended:

The books of Romans, Hebrews and Acts 1-7 for the Jewish - Jesus dynamic. Then, trace him back through the prophet, Isaiah. End with Zephaniah.


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