Lingvistica pe intelesul tuturor – ( 4 )

Hag Hanuca Sameah !  profesorului   Tony D`accre Barat , si  tuturor cititorilor  domniei sale. Ii uram familiei Barat –  d-lui profesor si d-nei Beatrice ( Coca )  – o Sarbatoare incarcata de Lumina! Iata si  salutul d-lui profesor pentru noi toti ( click pe link ) : Prof . Tony Barat – Salom , cititorilor !

Si pentru ca d-l profesor  este si  poet – si inca unul de real talent – iata , domnia sa  ne ofera spre delectare  si o  poezie de sezon,  care sa ne bucure sufletul :

In prag de iarna ce poate vine,                                          
Ce poate nu, dar sigur este maine.
Si totul este cenusiu si rece
Si toti ce trec pe langa tine
Privind in gol fara ca sa te vada.
Dar undeva e inca soare
Cu valuri inspumate si un pic de
Vara cu un cer senin.
Si sunt si unii care duc lumina
Si poate si-o speranta
Si un suflet cald.
Sa nu fii trist copil frumos
Caci iarna este poarta primaverii
Ce te imbie sa pasesti prin ea.
Sa vezi luminan-n intuneric
Si speranta adanc in suflet.

( Sambata, Hanuca , ziua a 2-a, 30.11. 2002 ; din volumul Flori de Baragan pe Valea Iordanului  )


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22 de răspunsuri la Lingvistica pe intelesul tuturor – ( 4 )

  1. Vulturul zice:

    חנוכה חג האורים

    על מפתן החורף הקרב ומגיע
    או אולי לא, אך לבטח יהיה מחר.
    והכל אפרורי וקר
    וכל העוברים לידך
    מביטים ובוהים דרכך.
    אך אי שם עדיין זורחת השמש
    וגלי קצף ומעט קיץ
    ושמים בהירים.
    וישנם אלה הנושאים את האור
    ואולי אף תקווה
    ולב חם.
    אל תתעצב ילד יפה
    כי החורף הוא השער לאביב
    הקורא לך לפסוע פנימה
    לראות את האור מתוך החשיכה
    ואת התקווה עמוק בנשמה.
    Sper ca este corecta traducerea 🙂

    • Shalom , Nelu alias Vulturul !

      N-am inteles prea bine ce-ai vrut sa spui cu textul tau , dar las` ca-mi explici alta data, cand mai apari pe site. Oricum textul prof. Tony Barat avea traducerea si-n Ebraica , insa tu ai vrut sa o imbogatesti .
      Sa ai un an bun si binecuvantat , cu Dumnezeu la dreapta ta , si sa te uiti intotdeauna numai la EL. Binecuvantare de Sus !

  2. Rebecca and Max T. Wolvin zice:


    We bless you all in the NAME OF YESHUA HA MASCHIACH !!!!! Praise be the ALMIGHTY of Jakob ! Rebecca and Max

    • Dear Rebecca and Max – Hag Sameach ! Thanks a lot for your love and kindness . We do like to have you among us . Please send our greetings to all our brothers and sisters in England . We also bless them all in Yeshua `s Holy Name ! Baruch Hashem ! Adonay bless and keep you in His Hands until His coming again. May The Light shine upon you !

  3. Elly Neizer zice:

    Chag Sameach Otniella , Tony, Beatrice…. and all of you mesianic jews in the world !!!!!! May the Almighty of Jakob keep in His arms and offer you a wonderful Chanukkah. May Shalom be with you . bless you !!!!!

  4. Madi zice:

    Dumnezeu sa le dea tuturor evreilor o Hanuca frumoasa ! Binecuvantat fie Israelul !! Amin!

  5. Sammy zice:

    Chag Sameach ! Happy Chanukah !
    Otniella I wish a wonderful Chanukah, may the candle stay always lighted for Yeshua and His way in your life. May the Almighty bless your site and your work in messianic area there in Romania. We all messianics pray for you here in LA – USA.
    Tony , toda very strong poster -light . Bless you and your wife. Baruch Habba !

  6. Kerrie Brukner zice:

    Amazing post I desire you up-to-date your blog significantly more often I also wish all the jews Happy Chanukah. My father is a jew from Polland Bless you Otniella !!!!!!

  7. Jimmy Blair zice:

    Shalom ! Otniella , Tony , Beatrice etc etc . I bless you all . I m Jimmy and I teach History and Politics at Cornell s University USA . I was reading your poems Tony a couple of weeks ago and I realize how jewish they are and how good you represents the jewish culture in an askenazyn pure way. I like very much Hebrew Literature Im fascinated with psalms and any time I have the special opportunity to meet a jew I thanks God couse you jews are so deepest blessed by the Almighty.
    This case I wish you a blessed Chanukkah , I m glad to find your site dear Otniella.

  8. Jimmy Blair zice:

    And thanks for your poster Tony. It so beautiful . I loaded it for sending my friends.

  9. Madi zice:

    Domnule profesor Barat, va multumim pentru poster. Este foarte poetic . Fiti binecuvantat !

  10. Dana zice:

    Chag Hanuka Sameach!
    Va doresc tuturor sarbatoare de Hanuka fericita!
    Am primit un mesaj pe mail de la organizatia Messianic Bible si m-am gandit sa-l postez pe blogul Otnielei.
    This month let us truly rejoice, remembering that Yeshua (Jesus) was born in order to die for our sins, giving us eternal life!

    Both Chanukuh and Christmas are known as the “Festivals of Lights.” They are both celebrated in December, and they both remind us of God’s salvation.

    Yeshua celebrated Chanukah in John 10:22, when He went to the Temple in Jerusalem during the winter to celebrate the “Feast of Dedication.”

    Christmas is about our Messiah’s birth (even though we know that He was born in the fall and not in the winter) and Chanukah is about the nation of Israel being saved from the Syrian/Greek armies, 165 years before Yeshua’s birth.

    Chanukah fulfills God’s Prophetic Word in Jeremiah 31:35, 36 as it says that the Jewish people will never be wiped out as long as the stars and the sun exist. It is also the miraculous story of the oil burning for eight days in the Jerusalem Temple.

    Yeshua’s miraculous birth took place to fulfill Isaiah’s Messianic Prophecies:

    (1) “Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign: The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and she will call him Immanuel.” Isaiah 7:14

    (2) “For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9: 6-7

    Can you imagine what it must have been like for the prophet Isaiah when he supernaturally received the Messianic Prophecies? I wonder how the Lord revealed to him the words he was to write down. Did Isaiah receive them in a dream or a vision? Did he audibly hear the voice of God instructing him what to write down?

    One thing I do know is that Isaiah clearly knew who the Messiah would be 800 years before He was born! And I believe Isaiah’s heart leapt for joy when he began writing those words of the coming Savior …

    “For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9: 6-7

    Isaiah was a Jew who lived in Jerusalem almost 800 years before Yeshua’s birth. He was just an ordinary man. Isaiah was married, had two sons, and worked as an official for King Uzziah during his early years. However, later he was called by God to be a prophet, and he obeyed that calling!

    On a Shabbat (Saturday morning) 2000 years ago, one of Isaiah’s Messianic Prophecies was read aloud by the Messiah himself to the other Jewish men in the local synagogue.

    Luke 4:16-21 says: Yeshua went to Nazareth, where he had been brought up, and on the Sabbath day he went into the synagogue, as was his custom. And he stood up to read the scroll of the prophet Isaiah which was handed to him. Unrolling it, he found the place where it is written: “The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.” Yeshua said to them, „Today this scripture is fulfilled in you hearing it.”

    God used ordinary people like Isaiah 2800 years ago, and today God wants to use people like you and me to proclaim His Word and His Prophecies about the Messiah to the unsaved Jewish people.

    Did you know that the book of Isaiah has 66 chapters? And, did you know that your Bible has exactly 66 books in it? The Old Testament (First Covenant) has 39 books in it and the New Testament (New Covenant) is comprised of 27 books.

    The book of Isaiah is like a miniature version of the Bible. The first 39 chapters focus on humanity’s failure, and then chapters 40-66 emphasize the hope of the coming Messiah! I do not believe that this is a coincidence, because God is so precise in what He does and His Word is so perfect!
    I recently met with Rabbi Skobac, an anti-missionary, orthodox rabbi. We opened up the Jewish Scriptures and looked at the Prophecy of Isaiah 9:6. He harshly responded, “Zev, this is not a Messianic Prophecy and it is not speaking about Jesus. No child could be called ‘Mighty God!’”

    But it is clear that Isaiah is speaking about a person who would be called God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. Although this rabbi refuses to acknowledge the Messianic prophecies, I know hundreds of Jewish Believers like Avi, Sarah, Eyal, Rachelit, Jacob, Ofir, Laura and Samuel, who recently have all received eternal life from reading this prophecy in Isaiah, or other Messianic prophecies!

    It is through these prophecies that most Jewish people accept Yeshua as their Messiah and that’s why our Messianic Prophecy Bible is so very much needed.

    Here is what Samuel, a Jewish Believer said: “During the Chanukah/Christmas season, when my Christian friend opened up his Bible, and showed me Isaiah 9, I couldn’t accept it at first. I was told my whole life that as a Jew we can not believe in Jesus because he is the God of the Gentiles. Jesus started his own religion and he was a traitor to Judaism. But two weeks later, I opened up the Bible my Christian friend gave to me, and I read the prophecy in Isaiah 9 over and over again. As I read the prophecy, God supernaturally revealed things to me, and I instantly knew that this was speaking about Yeshua. I accepted Him as my Messiah, and I was born again! This was the best Chanukah gift I could ever receive,” exclaimed Samuel.

    Because of your involvement with this ministry, people like Samuel will receive eternal life when they read the Messianic Prophecy Bible. With your help we can get Jewish people a Free Messianic Prophecy Bible. They will
    be distributed to Jewish people for free in Israel, the U.S., Canada, and around the world.

    On December 25, millions of Christians around the world will celebrate Christmas and the birth of Jesus.

    However, 99% of the Jewish people do not believe in Yeshua, and they will spend eternity separated from God because no one has taken the Gospel to them.

    The Messianic Prophecy Bible, nearer to completion, along with our Israeli Outreach Workers/Missionaries are able to do what has never been done before. For the first time, a Jewish person will have a Bible that presents God’s Word in a distinctly Jewish manner – answering the prophecies and Jewish objections. This Bible will first be printed in Hebrew, English, Russian, and Spanish.
    From all of our ministry staff in the United States, Canada, and here in Israel, we wish you a joyous holiday season.

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  13. Antonia zice:

    Multumim. frumos si interesant !
    Faine articole !

  14. Max zice:

    Schallom Aleichem, nice blog, nice post otnielabattzion. Barukh Habbah U mevorakh !!!!

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