HANUKAH SAMEAH

Hag Hanukah !

Urez fratilor evrei si fratilor mei mesianici , o Sarbatoare in care Lumina lui YHWH  sa domine in vastititatea ei atotcuprinzatoare , fiecare inima , fiecare viata !
Va invit , asa cum ne este obiceiul in fiecare an , sa cititi cateva insemnari modeste  despre aceasta Sarbatoare,  pe care Domnul nostru, Yeshua Ha Mashiach, a respectatat-o si a onorat-o in timpul vietii Sale pamantesti ( Ioan 10 : 22-23 ).  Veti putea intelege mai bine ce  urmeaza sa se intample in urmatorii ani , odata cu inaltarea celui de-Al Treilea Templu evreiesc si  ridicarea celui Nelegiuit ( pe care Domnul nostru il va spulbera cu Suflarea Gurii Sale, la cea de-a Doua Venire – nu Rapire !  ) , daca veti urmari video-urile pe care vi le-am oferit la sfarsitul eseului , sau daca veti mai gasi ragaz si pentru ceea ce se afla scris aici .   Fiti binecuvantati din Sion cu folos vesnic pentru suflet  !Hanuka 9Sarbatorile Hanuka si Purim sunt considerate Sarbatori “  mici “ si nu sunt mentionate in TORAH. , insa amandoua beneficiaza de profunde si sigure conotatii spiritual- nationaliste ( nu trebuie sa ne sperie formularea  ,  spiritualitatea Israelului biblic este intr-adevar una  nationalist – teocratica ).
In Talmud Shabat 25 se pune intrebarea : Mahi Hanuka ? ( Ce este Hanuka ? )  . Hanuka se sarbatoreste  de la 25 Kislev ( seara ) , timp de 8 zile. Hanuka – denumita in ivrit si Hag ha-Orim (Sarbatoarea Luminii) – chiar se vrea a fi  o Sarbatoare a Luminii.
In fiecare seara,  de Hanuka, se aprinde o lumanare in plus , gest simbolic necesar  reamintirii  unei mari minuni.
Daca Purimul are o baza scripturala  , Cartea Esterei , cu totul altfel stau lucrurile cu Hanuka, Sarbatoare postbiblica, si de aceea ignorata cu totul de karaiti. Daca Purimul aminteste de salvarea fizica a unui popor in exil “, HANUKA ( lit . inaugurare , sfintire a Templului “ ) evoca reconstructia nationala in Tara Sfanta,   si totodata  o adevarata renastere spirituala.  Ea comemoreaza de fapt istoria Macabeilor in lupta lor impotriva ocupatiei si a politicii de elenizare fortata , pe care suveranul seleucid Antioch al IV -lea Epifanul a exercitat-o asupra Tarii Sfinte ( 167 in Ch ).Profanarea Templului si interzicerea exprimarii religiei iudaice , sacrificiile pagane impuse prin constrangere au starnit atunci o rascoala , care a dus nu numai la o  restaurare religioasa , ci si la o independenta politica . De fapt ce se urmarea ? . ( Mai departe, AICI )

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22 de răspunsuri la HANUKAH SAMEAH

  1. Stephanie zice:

    Shalom dear Otniela. I wish you a best Hanukkah celebration Be blessed !

  2. Dana zice:

    Happy Hanukkah ! Shavua Tov!
    Acest timp al luminilor, aceasra celebrare sa fie luminata de Lumina lumii , Yeshua Ha Mashiach !

  3. cella zice:

    Hag Hanukkah Sameach!

  4. Adriano zice:

    Sarut mainile, Doamna Otniela ! Sarbatoare luminoasa ! Sotia mea a vizitat-o pe vecina noastra , doamna Zukerman , sa o intrebe special care este urarea intr-o astfel de ocazie la evrei, pentru a va putea scrie pe blog. Deci , Daria si subsemnatul , va uram HAG HANUKA SAMEAKH ! Si dorim tuturor evreilor LUMINA cea adevarata , pe Fiul lui Dumnezeu, LUMINA LUMII. Dumnezeu sa va binecuvinteze, si sa va bucure inima in aceste zile atat de importante pentru poporul din care faceti parte. Noi iubim Israelul si ne rugam pentru pacea lui la hotare.

  5. Fredy indraznetul zice:

    Sarbatoare cu bucurie ! Hag Hanuka ! Sarut mainile , tot ce va doriti si multa sanatate.

  6. Lisa zice:

    Chag Hanukah Sameach ! Iti doresc cea mai frumoasa Hanuka , draga Otniela !

  7. Anita - Nehmina zice:

    Chag Sameach dear Otniella ! I wish you a Hanukkah celebration full of Light ; it is about the Light of the World, Yeshua Ha Mashiach. be blessed with a real joy this time of lighting candles.

  8. Valentina Radu zice:

    O sarbatoare sfanta , in Lumina lui Iesua , Domnul vietii vesnice, va doresc cu drag, Otniela !
    Hanuka , o sarbatoare care ne ajuta sa intelegem ce importanta este sfintenia noastra pentru Dumnezeu. Domnul sa ne ajute pe toti sa iubim sfintirea si curatia de inima ! Shalom.

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  10. un ucenic zice:

    sora Otniela , va urez o sarbatoare in care Lumina Lumii sa domneasca regeste peste poporul Israel. Dumnezeu sa va binecuvinteze slujirea cu mult har. shalom.

  11. Jimmy Blair zice:

    I wish you Happy Hanukkah. May the real Messiah light every reader , visitor, friend, brother and sister that are coming your site , Otniella. Be blessed all of you in the Name of Yeshua ha Mashiach ! Hag Hanukkah !

  12. Daniel Alexandru Galeriu zice:

    Sarut mainile Duduita Otniela ! Va doresc a Sarbatoare a Luminii plina de Lumina. Fie ca Domnul nostru Iesua sa va lumineze drumul vietii in fiecare zi. Sunteti o mare binecuvantare pentru noi toti prin caracterul D-voastra ferm, devotat cauzei Domnului Iisus si Imparatiei Sale. Multa si sfanta ocrotire sub steagul Regelui nostru. Shalom.

  13. Madi zice:

    Draga Otniela, iti doresc o Hanuka fericita , plina nadejde in revenirea Domnului nostru. Dumnezeu sa-ti lumineze pasii vietii in fiecare zi. Sa pasesti pe drumul vietii numai cu El alaturi. Hag Hanuka !

  14. Laura Lauden zice:

    Hag Sameach Otniela ! Fiecare lumanare aprinsa sa -ti mareasca lumina si bucuria. HaShem fie cu tine !

  15. Cristina Sitaru Stoian zice:

    Hag Hanukah! Sarbatoare in plinatatea prezentei Luminii Lumii ! Dumnezeu sa va binecuvinteze, Otniela iubita !

  16. The Prayer zice:

    Hanuka cu bucurie si Shalom ! Sa va lumineze fata LUMINA venita in lume , pentru a o mantui. Amin .

  17. Dana zice:

    Shabbat Shalom si Sarbatoare fericita de Hanuka!

    Va invit sa studiem impreuna parasha-ua Miketz oferita de organizatia Messianic Bible http://www.messianicbible.com .

    Welcome to Parsha Miketz (At the End), this week’s Torah Portion, as we also come towards the end of Chanukkah and lighting the 8 branch Menorah!
    Please read along with us as we study the portion of the Torah that will be read in synagogues around the world during this week’s Shabbat (Saturday) service.

    MIKETZ (At the End)
    Genesis 41:1–44:17; 1Kings 3:15–4:1; Matthew 27:13–46
    “So Pharaoh sent for Joseph, and he was quickly brought from the dungeon. When he had shaved and changed his clothes, he came before Pharaoh.” (Genesis 41:45)

    Last week, in Parsha Vayeshev, Joseph (Yoseph) was persecuted by his brothers and treated unjustly by others.
    His own brothers threw him into a pit and sold him to slave traders. In Egypt, he was sold to Potiphar, the captain of the palace guard, who had him thrown in prison on the false charge of raping his wife.
    Although he languished in prison, his talents made a way for him.
    Besides amazing administrative skills, Joseph showed an uncanny accuracy in interpreting prophetic dreams.

    It was here in prison that he interpreted the dream of Pharaoh’s cupbearer. (Genesis 40:13–14)
    Despite Joseph accurately predicting the cupbearer’s release, and his plea to be remembered, the cupbearer seemed to forget about Joseph as soon as he was out of jail.

    As disappointing as that must have been for Joseph, it does seem that it was part of God’s plan for Joseph to be forsaken and forgotten in prison, since that left him in the right place to fulfill his destiny at the right time.
    This week’s Parsha takes up the story two years after this incident. It begins with Pharaoh having a disturbing dream that no one can interpret. It is only then that the cupbearer (butler) remembers Joseph.

    Joseph may have wondered why he was in an Egyptian prison, since from a young age he
    was aware that leadership was his destiny. Even an Egyptian prison could
    not prevent the destiny God had planned for him, despite all the dismal
    twists and turns.
    When Pharaoh sent for Joseph, he didn’t waste any time by telling Pharaoh the story of his unjust imprisonment. Instead, Joseph was careful to explain to Pharaoh that God had the answer.
    “Pharaoh said to Joseph, ‘I had a dream, and no one can interpret it. But I have heard it said of you that when you hear a dream you can interpret it.’

    ‘I cannot do it,’ Joseph replied to Pharaoh, ‘but God will give Pharaoh the answer he desires.’” (Genesis 41:15–16)
    Despite years of hardship and suffering, Joseph’s trust in God was still unwavering.
    As Joseph delivered to Pharaoh the interpretation of the dream, he explained to him that the dream was in fact a revelation from God that there would be a season of plenty, followed by a season of famine and lack.

    “Then Joseph said to Pharaoh, ‘The dreams of Pharaoh are one and the same. God has revealed to Pharaoh what He is about to do.’” (Genesis 41:25)

    Wisdom and the Prophetic Dream
    „Joseph said: ‘And now let Pharaoh look for a discerning and wise man and put him in charge of the land of Egypt. Let Pharaoh appoint commissioners over the land to take a fifth of the harvest of Egypt during the seven years of abundance.’” (Genesis 41:33–34)

    This Jewish son of Jacob was no ordinary interpreter of dreams. Pharaoh had plenty of educated, gifted men who could do such things, but they could not interpret a revelation from God.

    Joseph was head and shoulders above all of Pharaoh’s scholarly wise men.

    He was not only a wise, prudent and practical man, but he heard from the God of his great grandfather Abraham, and the same God who spoke to his grandfather Isaac and his father Jacob.

    Through God’s gifting, Joseph discerned the meaning of the dream, wisely determined the proper course of action, and boldly informed Pharaoh about how to manage the coming crisis.

    Joseph is made ruler in Egypt.
    Likewise, we must also be wise, prudent and practical people, knowing how to act upon the insights God gives us as we hear the voice of the Lord.

    In the same way that it was evident to Pharaoh that God had filled Joseph with His Spirit of wisdom, it should be evident to those around us that as Believers, we receive supernatural wisdom.

    Indeed, the word of God promises us wisdom.

    „If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him.” (James 1:5)

    Many of us lack confidence in our ability to make wise decisions. But wisdom is „more precious than rubies, and all the things we may desire cannot compare with her (Proverbs 3:15),” so we must take hold of this promise in James and ask in faith for wisdom, without doubting.

    Yoseph and Yeshua: Sustainers of Life
    “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” (Matthew 4:4)

    Pharaoh gave Joseph the Egyptian name Zaphenath-paneah, which some scholars suggest means the one who furnishes the nourishment of life.

    Interestingly enough, Yeshua (Jesus) referred to Himself as the Bread of Life (Lechem Chayim in Hebrew).

    “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to Me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in Me will never be thirsty.” (John 6:35)
    Just as Yoseph (Joseph) provided physical sustenance for the people, thus preventing them from perishing, Yeshua provides spiritual sustenance, in order that all who believe in Him will not perish, but have everlasting life!
    “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16)

    The Nile, the longest river in the world: The Nile’s waters were
    credited as an unending source of sustenance, as its silt deposits
    from yearly overflow made the land fertile enough to cause the Egyptian
    civilization to flourish. Through Joseph, Pharaoh learned that God
    is the source of Egypt’s sustenance.

    Yeshua and Yoseph: Hidden Identities
    „Joseph knew his brethren, but they did not know him.” (Genesis 42:8)

    Because Joseph’s name had been changed to an Egyptian name, his Hebrew identity was concealed from his brothers when they went to Egypt to buy food.

    The Messiah’s Hebrew name “Yeshua” has also been changed to the Gentile Latin name Iesous, in English Jesus, and other names in other languages.

    This is one important factor that has prevented the Jewish People from recognizing Him as their Hebrew brother, Messiah, and King.

    It’s disturbing to see how Yeshua has been removed from His Jewish context and changed into a ‘Gentile Jesus.’ Some Christian children’s videos even portray Him breaking bread made with yeast on Easter, instead of breaking matzo (unleavened bread) on Pesach (Passover).
    What’s more, the pagan, commercialized and man-made holiday of Christmas presents a magical bestower of gifts, Santa Claus, and a Gentile-styled baby Jesus to displace the prophetic birth of the Messiah.

    Bible Prophecy: The Fullness of the Gentiles
    “I do not want you to be ignorant of this mystery, brothers and sisters, so that you may not be conceited: Israel has experienced a hardening in part until the full number of the Gentiles has come in.” (Romans 11:25)
    This week’s Torah portion points to the prophetic destiny of Israel.
    Joseph’s transformation into ‘an Egyptian’ was part of God’s plan for the salvation of Israel. Likewise, Yeshua became a Gentile to the Gentiles, in order that salvation may come to them, until the fullness of the Gentiles has come in.
    This small word until is significant. For when this time arrives, the temporary blindness that has happened to Israel will be lifted and „all Israel will be saved.” (Romans 11:15–16)

    At the time of the fullness of the Gentiles, the Jewish brethren of Yeshua (almost six million here in Israel, and about 14 million worldwide) will recognize Him as their brother and their Savior.

    Of course, no one knows when the “fullness of the Gentiles” will be, but Scripture gives us a clue, and it has to do with Jerusalem:

    „And Jerusalem will be trampled by Gentiles until the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.” (Luke 21:24)

    The city of Jerusalem remained under Gentile, foreign rule for around 2000 years, until 1967.

    Even toughened Israeli soldiers were overcome with emotion at the historic and prophetic significance of returning this last remnant of the Holy Temple into Jewish hands, after centuries of being ‘trampled by Gentiles.’

    Today, the Dome of the Rock sits on the Temple Mount, where the First and
    Second Temples once stood and where the Third Temple will be rebuilt. This
    must take place according to prophecy, along with the return of Yeshua the
    Messiah as the long awaited Messiah of the Jewish People.

    However, we are still not allowed to pray on the Temple Mount because the Islamic Dome of the Rock (Mosque) is standing where the Temple in Jerusalem once stood. Still, according to Scripture, the Temple will be rebuilt.

    We can be certain that we are living in a time of transition.

    A veil is being lifted on both sides: Jewish brethren are beginning to recognize Yeshua, and Christian brethren are beginning to see ‘Jesus’ as the Jewish Hebrew Messiah, Yeshua.

    The true identity of Yeshua is slowly but surely being revealed, just as the true identity of Joseph was revealed to his brothers.

    Guilt and Forgiveness

    „We are indeed guilty concerning our brother….” (Genesis 42:21)

    Just as Joseph’s brothers admitted their guilt with sincere remorse and repentance, so will the Jewish People one day confess their sins and find divine forgiveness in Yeshua.
    Messianic Prophecy – Zechariah 12:10

    And I will pour on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem the Spirit of grace and supplication; then they will look on Me whom they pierced. Yes, they will mourn for Him as one mourns for his only son, and grieve for Him as one grieves for a firstborn.”
    What was Joseph’s reaction to his brothers’ confession of guilt?

    Was he angry with them? Did he condemn them? No, quite the contrary: he was moved to tears of compassion and forgave them.

    Joseph tried to minister comfort to his brothers, assuring them that even the wrong they did was within God’s plan for the salvation of many lives during the terrible famine.

    Though the actions of Yoseph’s (Joseph’s) brothers seem unforgivable,
    Yoseph reassured them that their betrayal was part of a bigger plan for
    their salvation.

    Similarly, the sacrifice of Yeshua to make atonement for our sins was within the perfect will of God, in order that ‘none would perish, but repent and be saved.’

    Yeshua, like Joseph, is willing to forgive all who come to Him with sincere remorse for their sins.

    „If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” (1 John 1:9)

    Jew or Gentile–it doesn’t matter, because although Yeshua (Jesus) came first for the lost sheep of the House of Israel, He also came to be a Light to the Nations. He is the Messiah and Savior of all mankind.

    “But you, Bethlehem, in the land of Judah, are by no means least among the rulers of Judah; for out of you will come a ruler who will shepherd my people Israel.” (Matthew 2:6)

    Shabbat Shalom and Happy Chanukah from all of our ministry staff.

  18. Marian Chioveanu zice:

    Shalom. Hanuca fericita tocmai din SUA. Fiti binecuvantata cu har si intelepciune !
    Va citim de aici cu drag.

  19. Iosif Joseph zice:

    Sarbatoare sfanta si luminata de bucurie ! Intotdeauna sfesnicul sa va fie aprins de uleiul pur al Duhului Sfant. Fiti binecuvantata Otniela ! Hag Hanukah !
    ( am citit studiul dvs ; foarte buna prezentare !! )

  20. Rebecca and Max T. Wolvin- Bonton zice:

    Dearest Otniella we wish you a wonderful time of firing the last candle . Hope this celebration would rejoyced you in the Lord Almighty. May the LIGHT of the World annoint your life day by day with His wonderful Light. Baruch Hashem Melech Oar Meshiach !
    Be blessed for Zion sake !

  21. Corina Ottman zice:

    Otniela , Dumnezeul lui Avram , Isaac si Iacov sa va binecuvinteze pentru toata slujirea dvs.
    Slava Lui pentru asa o fiica scumpa a Sionului !

  22. Dragi Prieteni , Shalom !
    Va multumesc pentru frumoasa Dvs participare la acest topic. Sunt fericita ca -i iubiti pe fiii lui Israel , asa se explica grija si calduroasele urari de bine pe care le-ati asternut cu iubire frateasca, in Mesia, pe acest blog. Yeshua Ha Mashiach , Fratele nostru mai Mare, Sfantul lui Israel, sa va rasplateasca.
    Fratilor mei crestini le doresc cel mai frumos si mai luminat Craciun, in care Yeshua Ha Mashiach sa domneasca.
    Fratilor evrei le doresc multa si pura Lumina a Sfesnicului Divin, a carei Sursa este Ruach Ka Kodesh , sa curga peste sufletele lor si sa le vindece toate ranile ca sa Il poate primi pe Adevaratul si Unicul Mesia.
    De asemenea , ii binecuvant pe fratii mei mesianici cu dragoste si dedicare fata de ADONAI si fata de TORAH Minunata.
    Fiti cu totii binecuvantati cu mult Shalom, din Sionul Drag ! Numele lui Yeshua N` Taret sa fie glorificat in toate ! Amen !
    Dear Friends , Shalom !
    Thanks very much for your coming and visting my site. I am so glad you love the Israel `sons , that is why you give them your sincere concerning and greetings. May our Messiah , the Holy of Israel, reward your beautiful love.
    I wish my Christian Brothers the most beautiful and enlighted Christmas time in which Yeshua Ha Mashiach must reign as a Saviour and Lord.
    To my Jewish Brothers I wish the Pure Light of Hanukkiah to empower their lives through the Holy Spirit, their wounds be healed and their eyes will be able to see and receive the Real Truthful Messiah.
    I also bless my Messianic Brothers with love and dedication before ADONAI and His Holy TORAH.
    May all of you be blessed with much Shalom , from Zion and for Zion sake. May The Name of Yeshua N`Taret be glorified in all these things. Amen !

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