STIRI intre stiri – ( 5 )

  1. Un grup de 25 de academicieni germani au cerut prinr-o scrisoare deschisa guvernului federal ” sa inceteze sustinerea oarba a Israelului,  deoarece aceasta isi originile in Holocaust ” . Acest manifest tendentios critic la adresa Israelului a fost publicat dupa incheierea celui de-al doilea razboi cu Libanul .
2. Shirley Brill , o clarinetista israeliana in varsta de 30 de ani , a participat la un prestigios concurs international unde, prin performanta ei artistica , i-a pus in umbra pe toti ceilalti participanti veniti din toate colturile lumii. Printre cei 133 de muzicieni din 35 de tari s-au numarat si 7 israelieni . In marea finala , Brill a concurat cu muzicieni renumiti din Rusia si Canada , insa a castigat , fiind declarata cea mai buna interpreta din concurs.
Shirley Brill si-a efectuat studiile la Conservatorul de Muzica din Petach Tikva , obtinand o bursa de merit din partea Asociatiei Culturale Israeliano-Americane. Tanara israelianca si-a inceput cariera muzicala ca solista , cantand in orchestra Filarmonicii Israeliene , sub conducerea maestrului Zubin Mehta. Shirley a sustinut multe concerte in strainatate , cantand cu orchestre de renume mondial si are deja la activ numeroase premii internationale . Pentru castigarea Concursului de Muzica de la Geneva , israelianca a primit un premiu de 12.000 de franci elvetieni.
3. Cu ocazia sarbatoririi Zilei Ierusalimului, Benjamin Netanyahu a tinut un discurs in cadrul caruia a prezentat mai multe citate din Tanakh. Oare in care alta tara din lume , seful guvernului isi argumenteaza ideile prin citate din Biblie ? Din fericire,  Netanyahu este un personaj aparte printre oamenii de stat tocmai prin credinta sa in Tanakh si in viitorul luminos al Ierusalimului, astfel ca are mare nevoie de sustinerea in rugaciune a crestinilor din intreaga lume.   
Sa nu uitam ca opozitia impotriva Ierusalimului are cauze profund spirituale. Potrivnicul Satan vrea sa impiedice cu orice pret revenirea lui Yeshua Ha Mashiach la Ierusalim si,  din acest motiv,  lupta din toate puterile , si pe toate caile , dupa cum se vede in cazul Organizatiei Natiunilor Unite , care voteaza atat de des rezolutii dubioase impotriva statului evreu. Israelul si crestinii au acelasi inamic , motiv pentru care cei care iubesc si inteleg poporul evreu  trebuie sa mijloceasca in rugaciune pentru el. Numai asa acest popor va birui iar crestinii isi vor implini menirea lor pe acest pamant,  de ” lumina ” si de  „sare”.
Traducere – Otniela ;   din publicatiile  Israel Today  si  Jerusalem Post  )

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19 răspunsuri la STIRI intre stiri – ( 5 )

  1. Luigi spune:

    shalom ! Multumiri pentru stiri. Faine de tot..si video e foarte bun. Israelul fie binecuvantat !

  2. Adrian Boluda spune:

    Otniela, Shalom. Am citit articolul Dvs despre Imparatia de 1000 de ani. Ce inseamna ca Satana vrea sa impiedice venirea lui Mesia in Tara Sfanta ? Sa insemne tocmai aceasta Imparatie de 1000 de ani despre care vorbiti Dvs ? Sarut mana.

    • Shalom , Adrian Boluda.
      Sa va citez : ” Ce inseamna ca Satana vrea sa impiedice venirea lui Mesia in Tara Sfanta ? Sa insemne tocmai aceasta Imparatie de 1000 de ani despre care vorbiti Dvs ?”
      Da, este foarte important sa intelegem ca Yeshua , conform profetiei biblice se va intoarce tot in Tara Sfanta, pentru ca de-aici sa instaureze Imparatia Mesianica. Tot asa cum furia celui rau s-a rasfrant asupra copiilor nevinovati prin mana lui Irod , nereusind sa-L suprime perPruncul Yeshua , tot asa in zilele de pe urma , Satan lupta cu inversunare sa incurce Planurile Divine, dar noi trebuie sa intelegem ca orice incercare din parte-i este sortita esecului. Victoria este deja castigata , iar ea ii apartine Regelui -Miel, Singurul care ” a ridicat pacatul lumii „. Glorie Lui !
      Asadar nu e trebuie sa ne mire nicio aversiune de furie si de ura aruncata asupra Israelului, asupra evreilor ca neam si asupra pamantului Tarii Promise. Antisemitismul face parte din acelasi program de distrugere a Planului lui Dumnezeu. Ce bine e ca Dumnezeu vegheaza , si ca Puterea Lui este mult mai coplesitoare decat a celui rau.
      Sa credem ca nicio Promisiune Dumnezeiasca nu poate fi rapusa, Dumnezeu este in controlul tuturor lucrurilor. Si EL domneste in veci ! Amin ! Binecuvantare sfanta din Sion !

  3. un ucenic spune:

    shalom. eu unul ma indoiesc ca acolo va fi vreodata pace pana vine Domnul. numai Dumnezeu poate sa dea acolo pace, orice fortare omeneasca este un esec. cand El va conduce lumea atunci putem vorbi de pace.

  4. Laura Lauden spune:

    M-ai facut fericita cu aceaste stiri, Otniela. Stiai ca Shirley a fost la Bucuresti ?? Am fost la concertul ei de la Sala Palatului…a fost extraordinara !!
    Cred ca numai Mosiach cand va veni le va rezolva pe toate acolo in Eret. Sabat Salom.

  5. Cathy Moses spune:

    Be blessed Otniela! the news are wonderful…I wish you a blessed Shabbat Day !
    Shabbat Shalom ! Keep close to our Messiah all of you !!!!!

  6. Dana spune:

    Sabat Salom!

    Asteptam revenirea lui Yeshua Ha Mashiah ! Si cum revenirea Majestatii Sale se apropie mereu bucuria noastra creste in fiecare zi!
    Pentru ca este Sabat avem pericopa saptamanala prezentata de organizatia Messianic Bible si postata pe blog de subsemnata cu permisiunea Otnielei.
    Spor la studiul Torei!

    Welcome to Ki Tavo (When You Enter), this week’s Parsha (Torah Portion).

    This Torah portion will be read in synagogues around the world during the Shabbat (Saturday) morning service.

    Ki Tavo (When You Enter)
    Deuteronomy 26:1–29:8; Isaiah 60:1–22; Luke 21:1–4
    “When you have entered [ki tavo] the land the Lord you God is giving you as an inheritance and have taken possession of it and settled in it, take some of the firstfruits of all that you produce from the soil of the land the Lord you God is giving you and put them in a basket. Then go to the place the Lord you God will choose as a dwelling for His name….” (Deuteronomy 26:1-2)
    Last week’s Parsha, Ki Tetzei, contains 74 of the 613 commandments found in Torah, including the laws of the beautiful captive, the rebellious son, and divorce.
    This week, in Parsha Ki Tavo (When You Enter), God instructs Israel to bring the first-ripened fruits (bikkurim) to the Temple in Jerusalem once the Israelites have finally entered the Land He promised to them.

    After they had settled in the Land and cultivated it, they were to present this offering to the Levites (Deuteronomy 26:2-4).
    In giving this ‘firstfruits offering,’ which included wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives and dates, the Israelites were offering thanksgiving to God for all the amazing things He had done for them.
    He had rescued them from great hardship in Egypt and from wandering in the wilderness. He had brought them into a good land that was rich and fertile to become a great nation, dwelling in comfort, safety and security.
    “The Lord heard our voice, and saw our misery, toil and oppression. So the Lord brought us out of Egypt with a mighty hand and an outstretched arm, with great terror and with miraculous signs and wonders.” (Deuteronomy 26:7-8)

    Acknowledge God’s Goodness when Presenting the Tithe
    “And He has brought us into this place… a land flowing with milk and honey….” (Deuteronomy 26:9)
    The tithes given to the Levites and the poor were not given in silence, but with a confession of the awesome mercy and goodness of God!
    Likewise, when we present our tithes and offerings to the Lord, we also should acknowledge the many ways in which we have seen the goodness and mercy of God in the land of the living. As Israel did in ancient times, we should recall how he has healed us, delivered us, and provided for our needs.
    And although many of us may not know the exact place to which God is bringing us, we can rest assured that He is leading us somewhere. And if He is leading, it’s going to be a ‘good land.’ Hallelujah!
    When God brings us out of a difficult place, delivering us from the horrible pit and setting our feet on the solid rock, we need to thank Him and be willing to give back materially from His incredible bounty.
    „Be sure to set aside a tenth of all that your fields produce each year.” (Deuteronomy 14: 22)
    When we do this, we demonstrate that we know He’s the source of all our blessings.
    “And now I bring the firstfruits of the soil that you, O Lord, have given me.” (Deuteronomy 26:10)

    Finding Strength in the Joy of His Presence
    “Rejoice in all the good things the Lord your God has given to you and your household.” (Deuteronomy 26: 11)
    Once we have given our offering, there is only one thing left to do – rejoice!
    All too often, the enemy seeks to steal and destroy our joy. Why does he want to do this? Because the joy of the Lord is our strength.
    „Do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.” (Nehemiah 8:10)
    If we allow the enemy of our soul to steal our joy, we won’t have the strength to possess the good land that God is giving us.
    Still, there are times when we just wake up feeling weary, discouraged or defeated. Joy seems like it’s nowhere to be found.
    Maybe we have pain in our body, or maybe we lack finances. Our family relationships might be going through a rough patch. How do we recover our joy in these cases?
    There is only one solution—enter in (tavo) to the presence of Adonai where there is „fullness of joy.”
    “You will show me the path of life: in your presence is fullness of joy; at your right hand there are pleasures for ever more.” (Psalm 16:11)

    The Book of Life
    Believers in Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah have the responsibility and privilege of rejoicing continually in our God—not just when circumstances seem to be going their way, but always.
    While in a prison cell, Paul wrote, “Rejoice in the Lord always and again I say rejoice!” (Philippians 4:4)
    We must not allow circumstances to dictate our level of joy.
    Despite what may be going on around us, we can always rejoice that our names are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life for eternity! Hallelujah!
    Indeed, Yeshua told His disciples not to rejoice that spirits were subject to them, but to rejoice that their names were written in the Book of Life. (Luke 10:20)
    The Book of Life is also a Biblical theme that Jewish people use as a greeting and prayer during the Fall Feast of Rosh Hashanah (September 16-18, 2012). Jewish people traditionally send cards to their friends and family that say, “May your names be written in the Book of Life.”
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    Real Love is Sacrificial
    In the Book of Exodus, we read that Moses knew his name was written in the Book of Life (Exodus 32:32).
    We also read, though, that after the Israelites constructed a golden calf and worshiped it, he was willing to have his name blotted out of the Book of Life in exchange for the salvation of Israel!
    God was about to destroy them completely, but Moses entreated God on their behalf with the following:
    “This people have committed a great sin, and they have made a god of gold for themselves. But now, if You will, forgive their sin—and if not, please blot me out of Your book which You have written!” (Exodus 32:31-32)

    Moses had a sacrificial, unfailing love for the people of Israel. That is real love.

    Centuries later, Yeshua (Jesus) demonstrated this same love for the lost sheep of the House of Israel when He gave His very life to redeem them from their sins.
    He said, “The shepherd gives his life for the sheep.” (John 10:11)
    The apostle Paul wholeheartedly followed in the footsteps of Moses and Yeshua, echoing the same sacrificial love for Israel. (Romans 9:1-5)
    Those who shepherd God’s people are also called to this life of sacrificial love!
    May each of us be willing to make the sacrifices necessary for the Jewish People and the nations to hear about Yeshua.

    “The shepherd gives his life for the sheep.” (John 10:11)
    Most Jewish people hope that their name will be written in the Book of Life through good deeds, prayer, repentance and the giving of charity.
    The only way any of us, however, can know for certain that our names are recorded in God’s Book of Life is by knowing God through faith in Yeshua the Messiah, and walking in the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit), which leads us to a holy life of prayer, repentance, and good deeds.
    God’s Word clearly states that if our names are not written in the Book of Life, then we are doomed to eternal condemnation. The Hebrew prophet Daniel, for instance, prophesied the following:
    At that time Michael, the great prince who protects your people, will arise. There will be a time of distress such as has not happened from the beginning of nations until then. But at that time your people—everyone whose name is found written in the book—will be delivered.
    Many who sleep in the dust of the earth will awake: some to everlasting life, others to shame and everlasting contempt. (Daniel 12:1-2)

    Schindler’s List
    Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Jerusalem, displays a typed list of names on old, yellowing paper. At first glance, this list seems to be an ordinary list on ordinary paper.
    But upon closer inspection, one can see that it’s no ordinary list—this is the list made by Oskar Schindler, a German industrialist credited with saving 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust by designating them “essential” employees of his company.
    During the Nazi occupation of Europe in WWII, having one’s name on Schindler’s list was the difference between life and death for the Jewish laborers of the Plaszow work camp.

    Side view of Oskar Schindler’s grave, which is found in the Mount Zion
    Franciscan Cemetery in Jerusalem. His is the only grave piled high with
    stones, a custom usually seen only in Jewish cemeteries, indicating the
    many Jewish visitors to his gravesite.

    The Lamb’s Book of Life
    While having one’s name on Schindler’s List meant more time to treasure this mortal life, having one’s name in the Book of Life involves Eternity.
    Those whose names are written in this wonderful book will have life eternal and also the privilege of being part of the Bride of Messiah in the New Jerusalem.
    Then I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, made ready as a bride adorned for her husband.
    …and nothing unclean, and no one who practices abomination and lying, shall ever come into it, but only those whose names are written in the Lamb’s book of life. (Revelation 21: 1-2, 27)
    Pray with us for all those whose names are not yet written in the Lamb’s Book of Life, that they may rejoice with us in the Lord. Amen v’Amen.
    Beside bringing the Good News of Yeshua (Jesus) to the Jewish People, this ministry also presents the Gospel to millions of non-Jews, helping to establish them on a sound foundation in the Jewish roots of the Christian faith.
    http://www.messianicbible.com

    Shabbat Shalom !

  7. Anca Gore spune:

    Nu ma pot indoi niciodata ca Dumnezeu iubeste Israelul si are grija de acest popor. Si il va ocroti mereu pentru ca Domnul este si ramane credincios promisiunilor Sale. Si cred ca rolul crestinilor este sa mijloceasca pentru pacea din Tara Sfanta. Salom…

  8. Teodora spune:

    Shalom Otniela ! Multe multumiri pentru aceste frumoase articole prin care ne informati, ne hraniti spiritual si ne atrageti atentia ca Mesia vine . Fiti binecuvantata ! Fie binecuvantat poporul lui Dumnezeu – Israel !

  9. Valentina Radu spune:

    Mi-a placut mult Shirley Brill . E o muziciana adevarata. Clarinetul nu e foarte usor ( stiu acest lucru de la fetita mea care face flaut ) si totusi ea reuseste foarte bine sa se adapteze la celelalte instrumente.
    Este bine ca primul ministru israelian foloseste versete din Biblie ( Tanach daca nu ma insel , se numeste Vechiul Testament ). Sunt sigura ca Dumnezeu i se poate descoperi si Il poate primi pe Mantuitorul ca Mesia. Eu ma rog pentru poporul Israel. Stiu ca vremea intoarcerii lui este foarte aproape.
    Multumesc pentru stiri Otniela noastra draga . Fiti purtata de Dumnezeul lui Avram ,Isac si Iacov. Shalom.

  10. David J. Stoenescu spune:

    Sarut mainile Otniela !! Dvs postati numai lucruri interesante. Sunt de acord frumusetea crestinismului sta si in atitudinea fata de poporul Israel. Nu cred ca un crestin adevarat nu poate iubi poporul de unde i-a venit mantuirea. In caz contrar are o problema serioasa de natura spirituala.Ma bucur de Netanyahu. Stiu ca este un bun prieten al crestinilor.. .si eu cred ca nu este departe de Mesia.
    Sunt sigur ca pacea in acea zona o poate aduce Iesua , Fiul lui Dumnezeu. Ne bucuram gandindu-ne la Imparatia pacii de 1000 de ani. Eu sunt unul care abea o asteapta..Am calatorit mult in viata si mi-am dat seama cata dorinta de pace si de liniste are lumea. In adevar nimic nu va fi mai frumos pe acest pamant ca o conducere din partea Domnului Isus Mesia.
    Si eu va doresc mult har, sanatate si Shalom. ( Vizitez aproape in fiecare Sabat comunitatea mesianica de-aici din Chicago USA.)

  11. Judas Lazares spune:

    Wonderful news Otniella bat Tzion ! Almighty of Israel bless you amountly with a lot of joy this near Rosh ha Shannah thai is to come. Ani Ma Amin Be Emuna Shelema , Beviat Ha Mashiach.

  12. Ibanescu Rodica Alice spune:

    Este minunata clarinetista din Israel. Dumnezeu sa binecuvinteze tinerii din Tara Sfanta. Sa le dea hotarari divine, prin Spiritul Sfant sa Il accepte pe Mesia cel adevarat.
    Iar despre grupul de academicieni din Germania care a inaintat scrisoarea deschisa guvernului , nu cred ca ar mai trebui sa discutam. Cred ca sunt lucruri pe care poporul german nu ar trebui sa le treaca cu vederea niciodata , ca pana la urma Holocaustul a existat, asa cum a existat si un Hitler.
    Shalom .

  13. Bogdan spune:

    Vesti imbucuratatoare, Otniela. Multumim . Dumnezeu iubeste si se preocupa de Israel. Sunt sigur , atunci cand nu va mai fi nimeni dintre oamenii lumii care sa apere soarta acestui popor , Dumnezeu va lupta singur sa -l izbaveasca , asa cum se va intampla la Armaghedon. Sarut mana. shalom !

    • Dragi Prieteni, Shabat Shalom !
      Va multumesc tuturor pentru participarea la acest topic. Fie ca dragostea, grija si preocuparea sincera fata de soarta poporului lui Dumnezeu , Israel, sa va fie rasplatite insutit de Tatal Ceresc. Fie ca toate rugaciunile cu privire la Israel sa ajunga la Tronul de mila al lui Dumneazeu. EL E BUN ! Cand nu va mai fi nimeni care sa-I vina in ajutor , Dumnezeu Isi va ridica Bratul si va lupta Singur pentru Cuvantul Lui. Daca intemeierea noului stat evreiesc a fost un miracol, daca supravietuirea evreilor de-a lungul veacurilor a fost la fel, o minune, atunci si toate celelalte ce vor urma se vor inscrie in arsenalul Harului Sau cu privire la alegerea acestui popor prin Legamant Divin.
      Fiti cu totii binecuvantati de Dumnezeul lui Avraam , Ytzak si Yakov ! Sa vedeti si sa va bucurati de Pacea Ierusalimului, Cetatea lui Mesia !

  14. Luptatorul _ pentru _ adevar spune:

    De ce nu spuneti bai, evreilor , ca l-ati rastignit pe Dumnezeu ? De aia vi s-a facut tara si templul ferfenita. Ca sunteti niste fatarnici si ucigasi, bre ! Terminati cu prostiile voastre ca v-a trecut vremea… ce vreti acum sa-i corupeti pe crestini ?

    • Albert Kindberg spune:

      Domnule , n-am cuvinte ! Nu stiu ce adevar aperi. Sigur , nu pe cel al lui Dumnezeu si al Fiului Sau. Adonai sa -ti ridice zgura rautatii si orbirii de pe suflet, sa primesti si sa vezi Lumina.

      • Sima C. C. spune:

        @ Luptatorul _pentru _ adevar : ” Terminati cu prostiile voastre ca v-a trecut vremea… ce vreti acum sa-i corupeti pe crestini ? ”
        Pe care ” crestini ” ? Cei ca tine ? Cu Biblia intr-o mana si cu Inchizitia in cealalta ? Fii serios , nici tu nu crezi ce spui … Si esti las. Daca ti-era de razboi , si nu de fanfaronada legionara de proasta calitate , ne spuneai tuturor cine esti de-adevaratelea.

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