URMANDU-L PE YESHUA… Marturii – ( 4 )

Shalom , Haverim !

Israelul lui YHWH se trezeste ! Din ce in ce mai des asistam la marturiile puternice ale fratilor nostri mozaici ,  carora Yeshua Ha Mashiach  li se reveleaza in Har si Iubire. Va invit sa vizionati  confesiunea intoarcerii la Adevaratul si Unicul Mesia a  unei doamne , Lily Isaacs , mama fetelor din trupa gospel – country The Isaacs, care,  intr-un superb interviu,  ne va dezvalui zbaterile ei : de la divort , pana la durere profunda ,  autocompatimire  si  frustrare , si in cele din urma … in Bratele lui Mashiach , Fratele nostru mai mare. O puteti audia intr-un superb cantec alaturi de fete – Lily a fost o mica stea a muzicii pop – country  in vremea primei ei tinereti ;  de asemenea , vom face cunostinta si cu mama ei , supravietuitoare a unui lagar de concentrare nazist , acum,  de curand,  predata Marelui nostru Rabin, Yeshua Ben Joseph.
Va doresc vizionare placuta ! Fiti binecuvantati cu folos vesnic , din Sionul drag !

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22 de răspunsuri la URMANDU-L PE YESHUA… Marturii – ( 4 )

  1. Rebecca and Max T. Wolvin- Bonton spune:

    Schalom , our dearest sister !!!!!!! Good post Otniella , Lily is very nice and powerful working. Bless you for all you ve done for Yeshua s Name .

  2. Adriano spune:

    Sarut mana ! Buna dimineata. Shalom. Foarte interesanta aceasta familie, nu vi se pare ciudat ca sunt foarte atasati de cultura americana , desi sunt evrei ? Tot sunt americanii in alegeri astazi.
    Am o rugaminte , Otniela. Raspundeti-mi si mie la intrebarile de la ISRAELUL SI BISERICA atunci cand aveti timp. Multumesc. Dumnezeu sa va binecuvinteze !

  3. Mihai Costea spune:

    Shalom. Frumos. Ma bucur atat de mult cand aud asemenea marturii pentru ca imi dau seama de ce spunea fratele Wurmbrand cand poposea la noi in biserica . ” Dumnezeu inca e pe strada evreiasca , si nu se indura sa dea coltul.” El sa se indure in continuare de poporul Lui ales, Israel. Binecuvantat sa fie Israel !

  4. Will Donte spune:

    Shalom Otniella. Very interesting videos. Believe me , I ve never known that Isaacs are jews. God bless them !!!!!! I like very much their music, becouse in spite they are jews in origins , they behave as real americans !!!!!

  5. Ibanescu Rodica Alice spune:

    Otniela , va salut si eu cu un mare Shalom, in semn de multumire pentru aceasta marturisire a sorei noastre evreice Lily Isaacs. Dumnezeul lui Israel sa o binecuvinteze pe ea, si pe copiii dansei care canta asa de frumos si sincer cu voci superbe. Pe mine m-a cecetat foarte mult intoarcerea ei. Cat de extraordinare si marete sunt lucrarile Domnului !
    Va multumim , Otniela , ca ne-ati facut cunostinta cu acesti scumpi frati in Domnul Isus Ieshua din poporul ales. Binecuvantat fie Israel inaintea lui Dumnezeu !!

  6. Stephanie spune:

    Very beautiful music dear Otniella !! Isaacs are well-known in gospel music in USA. I like their music veru much but I also didn` t know they are jews. God bless them. Lily is wonderful !
    Shalom to all messianic Israel, the believers in the true real Messiah.Amen.

  7. Arlette Serban spune:

    Este minunata sora noastra Lily. Marturia ei convinge si cerceteaza iar muzica lor este extraordinara. Imi place mult stilul acesta de muzica. Imi aduce aminte de filmele western din copilarie. Sunt minunate si fetele.

  8. MihailCiprianMuresan spune:

    Fi binecuvantata Otniela , faci o munca frumoasa, si se simte dragostea ta fata de poporul tau, indiferent de locul unde s-au nascut , tu ii tratezi ca pe niste frati apropiati. Mi-as fi dorit si eu sa fiu evreu, e de admirat comportamentul vostru ca si familie a lui Iacov. Dumnezeu sa binecuvanteze pe Israel si sa ii dea pacea Lui cea sfanta din nou ca in vremurile de glorie a lui David.

    • Bun Venit pe blogul Otnielei, Mihai Ciprian ! Iti multumesc pentru frumoasele tale cuvinte. Apreciez caldura cu care ii inconjori pe evrei.
      Multi crestini sustin ca ii iubesc pe evrei , pana intalnesc primul evreu antipatic. Ti-ai fi dorit sa fii evreu ? Poate… dar crezi ca ai fi facut fata Suferintei de-a fi evreu ? Si-apoi , in Yeshua Ha Mashiach , tu esti oricum altoit in Maslin. Iar Maslinul ne tine pe toti.
      Fii binecuvantat din Sion !

      • MihailCiprianMuresan spune:

        Amin. Un evreu antipatic pentru neamuri este defapt un evreu neinteles. Daca neamurile ar intelege pe evrei pe deplin ar avea numai de castigat, asa o sa aibe numai de pierdut. Cine odata in viata nu ajunge ca sa ceara un sfat de la un evreu a trait degeaba, nici nu stie ce a pierdut. Exemplu am in familia noastra unde fratiorul meu mai mic a avut sansa ca in anul intai de facultate sa aibe un coleg evreu, care i-a deschis ochii pentru totdeauna dandu-i un singur sfat. De la acel sfat altfel s-au pus lucrurile, altele erau motivatiile, altele erau prioritatile. Astazi este doctor rezident cu perspective evreiesti. Lauda Sa fie a Domnului care a dat evreilor puterea de a da si sfaturi, dar si harul ca de la iudeii sa vina mantuirea peste toata omenirea.

      • Amen , Mihai Ciprian ! Ma bucur mult pentru fratiorul tau. Slava lui ADONAI ! Deh, frate draga , ar fi bine sa gandeasca multi asa. Macar crestinii….Din nefericire sunt putini care isi mai aduc aminte ca MANTUIREA VINE DE LA IUDEI.
        Fii binecuvantat din Sion, cu mult Shalom, in suflet si in viata !

  9. Dan Konner spune:

    Shabbat Shalom , Otniella si toti fratii nostri , evrei si neamuri , una in Mesia. Va binecuvantam din Sion , cum spune Otniela noastra draga , si va dorim un Shabbat in bucurie. Binecuvantat fie Israelul lui Adonay ! Baruch Hashem Melech Meshiach……Amen. cu drag , Dan si Sacha.
    Lily este minunata , este foarte bine ca ai adus-o in fata noastra sa ne intareasca credinta, Otniela.

  10. Madi spune:

    Vai , da ce frumos canta sora Lily ! Imi pare rau ca nu inteleg asa de bine engleza, dar mi se pare extraordinara intoarcerea unui evreu din iudaism. Sa-i dea Dumnezeul parintilor ei multa sanatate, si ei si fetelor , putere de slujire in muzica aceasta frumoasa care ne incanta. Fie binecuvantat Israel in veci !

  11. Adrian Boluda spune:

    Sarut mana ! Am ascultat marturia sorei noastre. Dumnezeu este minunat , cum a stiut El sa ne atraga pe fiecare in parte. In ceea ce o priveste pe Lily Isaacs , cred si eu ca un evreu care se intoarce din mozaism , care este gata sa-si paraseasca familia si prietenii evrei pentru Domnul Iesua , este intr-adevar una dintre marile minuni ale harului si iubirii lui Dumnezeu.
    Eu nu pot decat sa va multumesc pentru ca ne-ati prilejuit impartasirea acestei experiente extraordinare , Otniela. Nu uit niciodata, aproape in fiecare zi ma rog si pentru evreii mesianici. Dumnezeul lui Iacov sa-i tina tari in credinta si sa vina cat mai repede restaurarea lor si imparatia mesianica , sa ne bucuram toti de guvernarea Domnului nostru. Amin. Multa pace pentru Sion !

  12. Raymond Amster spune:

    Otniella – Shabbat Schalom ! Very beatiful confession of faith. Lily is wonderful , a real daughter of our father Abraham. May Adonay raise up many other real children in His people Israel.
    Be blessed Otniella for our Zion sake. Baruch Habbah Melech Moshiach…!

  13. Dana spune:

    Savua Tov!

    Frumoasa marturie a sorei noastre Lily! Dumnezeu sa fie binecuvantat si inaltat in veci de veci!
    Sabatul a trecut si sper ca suntem cu totii mai odihniti si mai fericiti.Evreii obisnuiesc sa serbeze iesirea din Sabat recitand cateva binecuvantari speciale.
    Pericopa din acest Sabat s-a intitulat Viata Sarei.
    In continuare va invit sa sudiem Cuvantul Torei impreuna cu organizatia Messianic Bible.
    https://www.messianicbible.com

    Greetings from the Holy Land, and welcome to this week’s Torah study, which is called Chayei Sarah (Life of Sarah).

    May this Word go out from Zion (Jerusalem) today to encourage and inspire you to be all that God has created you to be, doing the works He predestined for you in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus).

    CHAYEI SARAH (Life of Sarah)
    Genesis 23:1–25:18; 1 Kings 1:1–31; Matthew 1:1–17

    “Sarah lived [Chayei Sarah] to be a hundred and twenty-seven years old. She died at Kiriath Arba (that is, Hebron) in the land of Canaan, and Abraham went to mourn for Sarah and to weep over her.” (Genesis 23:1)

    Most Ancient Jewish Site: One of the most famous pieces of real estate
    on earth is the Cave of the Patriarchs (Cave of Machpelah) in the southern
    Israeli city of Hebron, where Sarah, Abraham, Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and
    Leah are buried.
    Last week, in Parsha Vayeira, Abraham entertained angels who appeared to him as men after he received the covenant of circumcision. One of the angels announced to him that Sarah would give birth to a son in a year.
    Parsha Chayei Sarah (Life of Sarah) begins with the death of Sarah in Kiriath Arba (Hebron) at the age of 127 and ends with the death of Abraham at 175. So the lives of the great matriarch and patriarch of our faith come to an end.
    Both are buried in the Cave of Machpelah (Cave of the Patriarchs), which Abraham purchased as a family burial site from the sons of Heth for the full price of 400 shekels of silver, even though he had been offered the land for free.
    “Listen to us. You are a mighty prince among us. Bury your dead in the choicest of our tombs. None of us will refuse you his tomb for burying your dead.” (Genesis 23:6)
    This week’s haftorah (reading from the prophets) echoes the theme of the end of an aging ruler of Israel – one of the greatest men of God of all times, the man after God’s own heart – King David.

    “King David was now old, advanced in years; and though they covered him with bedclothes, he never felt warm.” (1 Kings 1:1)

    And so, in this portion of the Word of God, we are confronted with the transitory nature of life and our own mortality.
    Although God is Eternal and His Word is forever, Scripture actually compares our existence to a flower or a blade of grass.

    “All men are like grass… The grass withers and the flower fades, but the word of our God stands forever.” (Isaiah 40:6,8; see also 1 Peter 1:24)

    It also likens us to a vapor in the wind that is here today and gone tomorrow.

    “You are just a vapor that appears for a little while and then vanishes away.” (James 4:14)

    Chayei Sarah reminds each of us that our brief time on this earth will come to an end (Ecclesiastes 3:1-2).

    “So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom.” (Psalm 90:12)

    Death and Eternal Life

    “But God will redeem my soul from the power of the grave, for He shall receive me.” (Psalm 49:15)

    It’s only when we face the certainty of physical death, that we can be comforted by the truth that heaven is our true home. We are only passing through this fallen world as pilgrims and strangers.
    And while our forefathers ate manna in the wilderness but still died, Yeshua (Jesus) said He was ” the bread that comes down from heaven, which anyone may eat and not die.” (John 6:50)
    He boldly proclaimed Himself to be ‘Lechem Chayim’ (bread of life) and promised that whoever would eat this bread would live forever (John 6:58)!

    God has promised us that whoever believes in His Son Yeshua will never perish but will have eternal life (John 3:16). Just as the tomb could not hold the Son of God, we will also be raised to new life in Him.

    What a glorious and freeing revelation – that death has lost its sting!

    “Oh death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?” (1 Corinthians 15:55)

    This is our hope and our assurance from the Word of God which removes from us the fear of death.

    A quote from a movie aptly puts another spin on death. In Tuck Everlasting, one character encourages another saying, “Do not fear death, but rather the unlived life.”

    Despite the reality of death, or because of it, we should embrace life and live it fully, meaningfully and with joy to the best of our ability.

    Bride out of Babylon

    “…the ever-shining ornament of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great price in the eyes of God.” (1 Peter 3:4)

    In this Parsha, Abraham undertakes to find a suitable bride for his son, Isaac. He sends his servant on a mission to find her from amongst his relatives.

    Abraham made his servant swear by the Lord God of heaven and earth that he would not take a bride for Isaac from among the Canaanites, who had been cursed by Noah (see Parsha Noach).
    Abraham’s servant found Rivkah (Hebrew for Rebecca) in Babylon (Mesopotamia–city of Nahor), the place God had called Abraham to leave.

    He prayed to God that Isaac’s bride would be revealed to him by her providing water for him and also, of her own initiative, his camels. Imagine the time and effort it took to draw enough water from the well to quench the thirst of ten camels!
    “A righteous man cares for the needs of his animal, but the kindest acts of the wicked are cruel.” (Proverbs 12:10)

    The bride is revealed through her compassion and kindness, especially towards animals, the weak and defenseless in life and by diligence and willingness to ‘go the extra mile.’
    Rivkah’s outward physical beauty reflects her inner beauty and character. It’s this gentle and quiet spirit that is precious in the sight of God (1 Peter 3:4).

    Rivkah also reveals that she is the one by her willingness to follow Abraham’s servant out of Babylon into unknown territory in order to marry Isaac.

    She is asked, “Will you go with this man?” She answers, “I will go.”
    Rivkah doesn’t shrink back in fear, but she is bold and courageous. She strives to bring comfort to others by her love and good character.

    Each disciple of Yeshua must decide within his or her own heart whether they are willing to follow the Messiah and submit to going where the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) leads them on a daily basis.

    Sometimes the Holy Spirit will take us out of our comfort zone, our familiar home, and ask us to follow Him to a place that He will show us.
    We don’t always see the whole plan or the big picture, and that can be scary.

    But remember, we don’t travel alone. God promises to be with us wherever we go; He upholds us and He will never leave or forsake us.

    We must strive to embody Rivkah’s diligence, servant heart, beauty, purity, willingness, kindness, courage and faith, in order to be the Bride of Messiah that the Lord is waiting for.

    Lives that Count

    “The end of a matter is better than its beginning.” (Ecclesiastes 7:8)

    For the Jewish People, the day of one’s death is more significant than the day of one’s birth.

    We remember the anniversary of a loved one’s death with a candle being lit and special prayers recited about the holiness of God called Kaddish.

    While Kaddish is commonly called the „mourners prayer,” the words are not actually about death or mourning. Instead, they are a public proclamation of God’s greatness. Even in the anguish of the loss of a loved one, we can rise above our circumstances by offering praise to God for who He is.

    When we are born, our whole life lies ahead of us like blank pages in a book. But when we die, the story of our lives has been written and comes to a conclusion.
    At death, we see whether or not our lives counted for anything.

    It’s interesting to realize that while we know the time of Yeshua’s death (Pesach/ Passover), we cannot be sure of the time of His birth. This issue has been the source of some controversy.

    While most Christians celebrate Yeshua’s (Jesus) birthday as December 25th, many Biblical scholars place the time of Yeshua’s birth in the fall, probably at Sukkot (the Feast of Tabernacles).

    Leaving a Legacy
    “Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of the time, because the days are evil.” (Ephesians 5:5-16)

    Abraham and Sarah’s lives exemplified love and devotion to God, for one another and for their neighbor.
    King David’s life exemplified the love of God, submitted ambition, and so much more.
    The stories of the passing of Sarah, Abraham and David should cause us to carefully consider our own lives.
    What will we leave as a legacy? Each of us wants to know that we’ve made a difference in some way, and that our life has counted for something positive and good.

    Nevertheless, all too often, we get so caught up in the myriad cares and concerns of everyday life that we fail to ponder whether we are fulfilling our God-given destiny. Are we living intentionally and with purpose?

    Life is not a dress rehearsal. We should make the most of the gift of life every single day.
    But we mustn’t fail to have balance, either. Some of us live empty, unsatisfying lives without direction or focus, and completely miss fulfilling our God-given destiny.

    Others are so goal and achievement-oriented that they miss that which is truly most important – loving God and loving people.

    Whatever we do during our lifetime, may it bring honor and glory to God and His Kingdom.

    One thing we can all do is continue to support the Messianic Prophecy Bible Project which is making a difference now, during our lifetime, and also for Eternity.

    Shavua Tov from all of our ministry staff
    „Now the law requires the descendants of Levi who become priests to collect a tenth from the people-that is, their brothers-even though their brothers are descended from Abraham.” (Hebrews 7:5)

  14. Ganzer Andra spune:

    Dumnezeu fie slavit ! Mari minuni face El ! O marturie care mi-a crescut credinta. Multumesc , Otniela. Cantecele sunt foarte frumoase si au o culoare foarte americana.

  15. Bogdan spune:

    Sarut mana, Otniela ! Sora noastra Lily este superba ! Si eu si mama am fost foarte cercetati de marturia dansei. Slava lui Dumnezeu ! Iar muzica …? e cool !
    Fiti binecuvantata , shalom!

  16. Marian Chioveanu spune:

    Shalom. Impresionant ! Dumnezeu este bun si minunat si El cunoaste inimile oamenilor. Cand alege pe cineva stie de ce face acest lucru. Multumim Otniela pentru marturia sorei Lily. Aici in SUA sunt cunoscuti cei de la Isaacs. Dumnezeu sa va calauzeasca in continuare ! Dreapta Lui fie cu dvs.

  17. Shabat Shalom , Prieteni ! Va felicit ca ati ales sa fiti prezent la acest topic. Nu-i asa ca nu ati regretat ? Lily este o minunata si scumpa sora a Fratelui nostru mai mare , Yeshua Ha Mashiach, iar marturia intoarcerii in Bratele Tatalui , prin Jertfa Fiului si prin calauzirea Spiritului Sfant, sunt sigura ca v-a adus mai aproape de Cer. Glorie lui ADONAI pentru tainica Sa Lucrare , tesuta cu rabdare , in Iubirea Sa nemarginita !
    Va doresc multa binecuvantare din Sionul drag , tuturor !

    • Dear Friends, Shabbat Shalom ! I have to greet you for your choice of taking part this topic. I am glad you met Lily , this beautiful daughter of ADONAY , who comes Home , to Yeshua Ha Mashiach, after her unhappy life spent without a Saviour this world. I am sure that her testimony was able to lifted you up , touching evan a spot of sky. We need to give thanks to our Lord and Father , Adon Adoneinu , for all His Work shown us in His Wondeful Mercy and Love. Amen !
      May GOD of Israel bless you from Zion !

  18. arpi spune:

    Ah ce rau imi pare ca nu stiu engleza decat cateva cuvinte insuficient sa inteleg materialele de pe net😦 Shalom draga Otniela. As fi recunoscator de mii si mii de mii de mii de ori ori de cate ori vei traduce din ebraica sau engleza. Fii binecuvantata, Arpi

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