Paul Wilbur ne pregateste pentru bucuria Sukkot-ului – ( 2 )


 Acelasi levit consacrat Slujirii , Paul Wilbur , ne pregateste si in acest an – caruia tocmai i-am urat Baruch Haba -, sa intram in marea bucurie a Celebrarii Sukkot -ului, una dintre Sarbatorile Domnului,  descrise in  Vaikra 23.  ” Domnul Dumnezeul tau este in mijlocul tau ca un Viteaz care poate ajuta ; Se va bucura de tine cu mare bucurie , va tacea in dragostea Lui si nu va mai putea de veselie pentru tine „ ( Tefania 3 : 17 ).
Sa ne bucuram in Domnul nostru , Yeshua Ha Mashiach Ben David , Leul  din Tribul lui Yehuda. In veci doar lui Glorie !

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16 răspunsuri la Paul Wilbur ne pregateste pentru bucuria Sukkot-ului – ( 2 )

  1. Luigi zice:

    Frumos cantec ! Numai Leul si Mielul lui Dumnezeu vor domni. Mi-ar place sa se cante si la noi in biserica melodia aceasta. shalom.

  2. Martin Goel zice:

    Schalom! Chag Sukkot !!!! Nice song Otniella …I like deeply much Paul Wilbur ..He is a super – high messianic believer and observer. I wish you a wonderful graceful Sukkot time!!!!!
    Schabbat Schalom !

  3. Elisha zice:

    What a beautiful song by Paul Wilbur….!!!!!! He is my favourite messianic singer.
    Otniella I wish you a wonderful Schabbat and a happy Sukkot Time. Adonay keep you strenght in His arms.
    Schabbat Shalom … Chag Sukkot !

  4. Dana zice:

    Sabat Salom! Chag Sukkot !
    Cantarile de lauda si inchinare compuse de Paul Wilbur sunt inspirate de Duhul Sfant asa incat au armonia inchinarii ce se petrece in prezenta Domnului in cerurile preainalte.
    Pentru ca suntem in Sabat va invit sa citim comentariile pericopei saptamanale in interpretatrea organizatiei Messianic Bible.

    Welcome to Ha’azinu (Listen), this week’s Parsha (Torah Portion). Please join us as we focus on the Torah portion that will be read in synagogues around the world during this morning’s Shabbat (Saturday) service.

    HA’AZINU (Listen!)
    Deuteronomy 32:1–52; 2 Samuel 22:1–51; Romans 10:17–11:12
    “Listen [Ha’azinu], O heavens, and I will speak; hear, O earth, the words of my mouth.” (Deuteronomy 32:1)

    Last week in Parsha Vayelech, Moses transferred the mantle of leadership to Joshua. He also finished writing the Torah, and entrusted it to the Levites.
    In this week’s parsha, Moses gives the Israelites the Song of Moses, which indicts Israel’s sin, prophesies punishment, and promises God’s redemption.
    Songs of praise seem to bookend Israel’s journey to the Promised Land.
    When Israel is on the banks of the Red Sea (Exodus 15), Moses sings a song of praise, and when Israel is on the banks of the Jordan River finally ready to cross over into the Land flowing with milk and honey, he again sings praise (hallel) to God.

    Even though Moses could not cross the Jordan with the children of Israel, he was content knowing that He had been faithful to his calling and had seen the Promised Land with his own eyes from atop the mountain.
    He took joy in anticipating the glorious future that awaited Israel beyond their dry, barren, wilderness wanderings.
    We see something of a parallel in Yeshua (Jesus). He endured the pain of the Roman execution stake by anticipating the joy of the resurrection (Romans 12:2; Hebrews 2:9).
    A sense of faith-filled anticipation should also be a hallmark of our lives, too.
    We too can find joy in this life, even when expectations are not met and outcomes fall short of our heart’s desire. We can do this not only by anticipating the great and glorious things that God will do in this world and the next, but also those things He has prepared for us in eternity.
    “…No eye has seen, nor ear has heard and no mind has imagined what God has prepared for those who love him.” (1 Corinthians 2:9; see also Isaiah 64:4)

    The Rock of Israel
    “The Rock, His work is perfect; for all His ways are justice. A God of faithfulness and without iniquity, just and upright is He.” (Deuteronomy 32:4)
    In Moses’ farewell song, the Song of Moses, God is called The Rock (Ha’Tzur) nine times (Deuteronomy 32:1-43).
    God is also called El Tzur (God is our Rock) in 2 Samuel 22:47 and Tzur Yisrael (The Rock of Israel) in 2 Samuel 23: 3, and Isaiah 30:29. These names describe His character perfectly since He is solid, unchangeable, immovable and the ever-present reality and foundation. He is a safe place of refuge for all of us.
    In the Brit Chadashah (New Testament), we are told that Israel drank from the same spiritual rock, and that this Rock which accompanied them in the wilderness was Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah (1 Corinthians 10:4).
    Just as Yeshua accompanied the Israelites in their wanderings, as Believers, we can take comfort knowing that Yeshua is with us in all of our wanderings. God not only knows our wanderings, He keeps our tears in a bottle (Psalm 56:8).

    God: the Loving Father of Israel
    In this parsha (Torah portion), God’s lovingkindness and unchanging faithfulness is contrasted with Israel’s ingratitude and faithlessness. God is vindicated as a loving Father, while Israel is chastised as a wayward, disobedient child.
    Israel’s choice to sin is no blemish upon the goodness of God. He offered them life and blessing or destruction and cursing, and they chose the latter (Deuteronomy 32:5).
    All the subsequent disasters that would befall the nation of Israel were just punishment for their rebellion against God.
    But despite Israel’s sin and rebellion, God promises to intervene on their behalf and save them, lest the enemies of Israel exalt themselves and claim that Israel is finished.

    And if we are tempted to scorn Israel for their sin, we should remember that if it were not for the grace of God through Yeshua HaMashiach (the Messiah), we would all be doomed.
    Thankfully, His mercies are new every morning, and that’s why we are not consumed.

    “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness.” (Lamentations 3:22-23)
    Despite everything, Israel is called ‘the portion of the Lord’ and Jacob is His “allotted inheritance” (Deuteronomy 32:9). God is also Israel’s portion (Lamentations 3: 24).

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    In this parsha, Israel is likened to a child left to die in the wilderness whom God finds, rescues, and saves. God cares for the orphaned child, supernaturally supplying all of his needs through food (manna), protection (pillar of fire by night) and guidance (pillar of cloud by day).
    “He found him in a desert land, and in the waste, a howling wilderness… He kept him as the apple of His eye.” (Deuteronomy 32:10)
    And God’s loving protection has not diminished with the ages. Through the prophet Zechariah, He warns the nations that “he who touches you (Israel) touches the apple of His eye.” (Zechariah 2:8)
    The apple of one’s eye is the pupil, the most sensitive and delicate part of the body.
    Consequently, then, if anyone tries to harm Israel, it’s as if they are poking their
    finger into the very pupil of God’s eye.

    God is intimately involved with Israel. He is represented as both father and mother. And yet Israel turned to other gods and forgot the Rock who bore them.
    “They sacrificed to demons that were no gods, to gods they had never known, to new gods that had come recently, whom your fathers had never dreaded. You were unmindful of the Rock that bore you, and you forgot God who gave you birth.” (Deuteronomy 32:17–18)
    Though God had every reason to give up on the nation of Israel, He had mercy instead, lest Israel’s enemies exalt themselves. He saved Israel for His own name’s sake that He would be known in all the earth (Psalm 106:8).
    Likewise, when we fall back into sin, God’s very name is on the line. When we think that we have blown it too many times, and that God has every reason to give up on us, may we remember that although God will deal with us, He is merciful, faithful and true.
    Similarly, He desires that we also be long-suffering with others, extending the mercy and grace that we have received from Him to others.

    The Power of Life and Death
    From the calamities Israel suffers, God wants her to understand that He is the one true God with the power of life and death in His hands. Although He wounds, He also binds up those wounds.
    “See now that I, even I, am He, and there is no god beside Me; I kill, and I make alive; I wound and I heal; and there is none that can deliver out of My hand.” (Deuteronomy 32:39)
    Moses concludes his last message to Israel with the exhortation to observe all of the words of the Torah, which is not just a book of meaningless, empty words. It is the instruction manual for a long, full, satisfying life of blessing, health, holiness and prosperity.
    “These instructions are not empty words—they are your life! By obeying them you will enjoy a long life in the land you will occupy when you cross the Jordan River.” (Deuteronomy 32:47)
    At the end of Moses’ ministry, God commands him to ascend the mountain one last time. Even though Moses is still full of health and vigor, he climbs Mount Nebo in the Land of Moab to die and be buried.
    Although this great man of God was not allowed to enter the Promised Land, but was only given a glimpse of it from afar off, Moses was as faithful to God in death as he was in life (Deuteronomy 32:52).

    Haftarah (Prophetic portion)
    In the Haftarah for this week’s study, David also recites a Song of Thanksgiving, which has parallels to the Song of Moses.
    Like Moses, David praises God as his Rock, refuge, fortress and deliverer after He saves his life from King Saul.
    “…The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge ….” (2 Samuel 22:2-3)
    When we are being persecuted, pursued or in any kind of distress, we can do what David did and call upon the Lord our God.
    He will save and deliver us out of our trouble. We can trust God to be our mighty Savior, even from those who are too strong for us.
    Like David, we can say, “With Your help I can advance against a troop; with my God, I can scale a wall…. For who is God besides the Lord? And who is a Rock (tzur) except our God?” (2 Samuel 22: 30, 32)

    When we are weary, wandering in a wilderness, faced with hard choices or even in the midst of a battle, we must remember that God is our Rock. He is our ever-present foundation and far bigger than the circumstances in which we find ourselves.
    Here in Israel, the circumstances loom large. We want to live in peace and security; nevertheless, we find ourselves on the defensive from ongoing missile attacks and facing a possible war with Iran.
    Today, as Israel stands poised to protect herself from the nuclear threat that Iran poses, she also faces hostile Arab neighbors committed to her destruction and dark spiritual forces rising against her.
    Please pray that the hearts of the secular and even religious Jewish people here will return to God—that Israel will look to the ONE God of Israel, our Rock, our refuge, our fortress and strong tower to save and deliver us from those who are determined to destroy us.
    “The Lord lives! Praise be to my Rock! Exalted be God, the Rock, my Savior!” (2 Samuel 32:47)

    Israel has such a wonderful Rock and Savior in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus), and yet so few of the Jewish People know Him.

    „One tenth of the produce of the land, whether grain from the fields or fruit from the trees, belongs to the LORD and must be set apart to Him as holy.” (Leviticus 27:30)

    Shabbat Shalom from all the Bibles For Israel ministry staff!
    http://www.messianicbible.com

  5. Teodora zice:

    Shalom. O melodie incantatoare, in care ni se vorbeste despre Miel si despre Leu, cele doua chipuri ale Domnului Isus Ieshua. As vrea sa va intreb daca Paul Wilbur este si el evreu. Stiu ca este mesianic dar e si evreu ? Are o o interpretare foarte convingatoare. multa viata la fiecare cantec.

  6. Adriano zice:

    Superb cantecul , Otniela ! Multumim !
    Intotdeauna ( de cand m-am intors la Dumnezeu ) mi-a placut Paul Wilbur…Slava Mielului si Leului. Sarut mana.

  7. David J. Stoenescu zice:

    Shalom ! Vai da ce cantec frumos ne-ati pregatit !!!! Aici la noi in USA Paul Wilbur este foarte indragit ..nu doar de mesianici. Toti crestinii ii asculta melodiile.
    El este un mesianic convins . frecventeaza numai comunitati mesianice dar la concertele sale vin si evrei si mesianici si crestini.
    Dumnezeu sa va binecuvinteze sarbatorile Otniela. Ne rugam pentru evreii mesianici sa le dea Dumnezeul lui Avram curaj si ajutor in nevoie. Sarutari de maini.

  8. Julie 43 zice:

    i like very much Paul Wilbur, Otniella. i m happy finding him your site. This tune is super -high class worship. bless you . Chag Sukkot everybody !!!!!!

  9. Terry Sahni zice:

    Dear Otniella Bat Tzion. It was such a long time I didn t visit your blog. I am a missionary in Sudan , and harldy I can find there a way to race the net. But I m free now in my usually holiday and I really want to say to you a happy sukot time. You are very precious before God , couse you as a messianic jew can testimony for Lord Ieshua Jesus s Name.
    Many blesses everybody s Otniella site, from your brothers and sisters in Sudan. Please pray for them. This song is so powerful !!! Praise the Lord , the Lion of Judah for His victory.

  10. Celina zice:

    Imi plac foarte mult cantecele mesianice pentru ca au multa viata si bucurie in ele. Paul Wilbur este foarte bun in acest gen de muzica. Multumesc , cantecul acesta este foarte frumos !!!!!!Slava Mielului si Leului. Shalom !

  11. Lisa zice:

    Si mie imi plac cantecele mesianice foarte mult. Aici in Israel Paul Wilbur este prezent in fiecare familie de mesianici. Toti ii iubim si ii ascultam muzica. Hashem sa-l binecuvinteze !!!! Chag Sukkot la voi toti in Romania !

  12. Iosif Joseph zice:

    Multumim pentru cantec ! Inaltator , atat de aproape de cer. Fiti binecuvanta de Dumnezeul lui Israel ! Shalom !

  13. Julia zice:

    Shalom Otniella.. so nice to meet Paul Wilbur your site his songs are very powerful annointed by the Holy Spirit. be blessed in Jeshua s Holy Name.

  14. Shalom , Prieteni si Frati in Yeshua Ha Mashiach ! Ma bucur mult ca acest cantec inspirat despre Mielul lui Dumnezeu , si despre Leul lui Yuda, v-a placut. Fie ca Persoana preascumpa a Mantuitorului , in cele doua ipostaze , a Rascumpararii si a Regalitatii , sa va insoteasca si sa va rasplateasca mereu in viata de Credinta. Intotdeauna DUMNEZEUL NOSTRU E MAI MARE. Intotdeauna EL DOMNESTE !
    Va multumesc pentru toate frumoasele Dvs urari cu ocazia Sarbatorilor. Fiti binecuvantati si mangaiati din Sion ! Shavua Tov !

    • Dear Friends and Brothers in Yeshua Ha Mashiach ! Nice to meet you this topic about the two spiritual symbolised shapes of the Son of God. According with John the Baptist`s Revelations , He is The Lamb who was sacrificed , and the Lion who reigns forever from the branch of Judah. Praised be his Name always !
      I `m very glad you like Paul Wilbur. He is a wonderful messianic singer. May ADONAY bless you and keep you in this faith that Messiah must come very – very soon. Be blessed from Zion each day of your life. Thanks very much for all your beautiful wishes. Shavua Tov !

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