Saturday, March 31, 2018

A Passover Seder with the King followed by a vision of Kinneret

HaShem has powerfully delivered me from a very painful situation a few weeks before Pessach.
I will never forget about this deliverance through His mighty Hand.

This year, I was determined not only to commemorate Yeshua's Sacrifice, but also to prepare some vegetarian Seder plate in order to remember the deliverance of the Hebrews from the land of Egypt.





I learnt from the internet that one could replace the lamb bone by some beetroot ( the beetroot being red, it reminds of the Sacrifice at the Temple).

After a few hours of careful preparation, my table was eventually ready.

I don't drink alcohol so I replaced the sacrifical wine by some kosher grape juice.

My Seder has been a huge blessing in HaShem's wonderful presence.

I spent a night of complete rest, completely shielded by my almighty King's presence.

I've been speaking to Yeshua about the land of Galilee, expressing my attachment to this soil during Shabbat.



Ten minutes before sunset, the Parisian sky was darkened with black clouds. However, in the very background, I could distinguish a picture that had been painted by the Creator of Heaven and earth. 
My heart jumped into my chest. I said to myself: 'The Sea of Galilee!'

I looked again. It was indeed Kinneret, there was no doubt about it. 

My eyes contemplated the picture for the third time. I would sense Yeshua's smile from Heaven.

My prayer had been answered. Yeshua had given me a sign.

© 2018 by Isabelle Esling

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Prophetic dream that occured to me last night




If you are committed to truly following our Lord, you may face strange situations that are beyond your understanding. Being a disciple can be challenging at times. Do not expect an explanation for each tribulation you may go through : rather confess your ignorance and leave it into the Almighty's hands.

I've been led to a point where I have nobody else to rely on, which implies that I trust Yeshua a 100%. I have no other choice : either I show faith in any situation or I will fall into a spiral of deep despair. I made the decision to trust Yeshua unconditionally.

I didn't expect to raise some new enemies recently. I also didn't expect to be played, but it just happened. The Almighty allowed it to happen.

Till now, I have no precise idea about how the whole situation will work out for me. All I know is that if this has been given to me, I am strong enough to handle it. My strength and my rescue comes from Above. I am confident. I know that the Almighty will make it work out in my favor, because I am innocent of treachery of any kind...

A brother I am chatting with gently reminds me of Psalm 68, verses 2 and 3 :

'As smoke is driven away by the wind, so you drive them away. As wax melts before fire, so the wicked are destroyed before God.'

I am going to bed, after a tiring day. In the middle of the night, as I am speaking with the Almighty about my own rescue.

All of a sudden, some Hand is lifting me up. I am sitting upon a cloud. I am riding a a very fast rate. Suprisingly, I am feeling very much at ease, to the point I am now taking much pleasure into the ride.

In the morning, I am waking up with renewed joy and balance.

My mouth is full of praise.





© 2018 by Isabelle Esling



Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Thursday, January 4, 2018

The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom: do you fear Him?

The 9th Chapter of the Book of Proverbs states:

תְּחִלַּת חָכְמָה, יִרְאַת יְהוָה;    וְדַעַת קְדֹשִׁים בִּינָה

Techilat hochma irat HaShem; vedaat kedoshim bina

The beginning of wisdom is the fear of HaShem; and the knowledge of holy things is insight.





This verse has often been misinterpreted in many ways-also mostly because of the translation. When reading the word 'fear', a lot of people think that they MUST be terrified before the Lord and shake like a leaf that just fell from a tree.

However, the word 'fear' in this very context actually means 'to pay utmost respect' to the Lord.
Showing 'utmost respect' is not 'bowing'. It is not 'mouth praise'.
Fearing the Lord actually implies:

-being willing to give up any form of idolatry and recognizing the Oneness of our Creator ( this is why the Shema Israel is one of the most important confession of faith).

-being humble in our daily walk and accepting to do our Lord's Will

-accepting that any of our actions has consequences...assume our mistakes and ask forgiveness for our sins. This step actually involves to develop some maturity and introspection as we progress in our walk.

-repairing what we have done wrong-especially regarding our neighbor.

-acknowledging our Lord's might, knowing that even if He doesn't use His immense power to destroy, He actually could. What do I mean? I mean that we all deserve His anger and we receive His immense love in return. 




- engaging ourselves not to use our Lord's holy Name to mislead people. 'Lies in Yeshua's Name' will be judged more severely than simple lies. Do not prompt to misinterpret my words: every lie is wrong, but putting words into your mouth that are not from Yeshua while making people believe that they come from Him is a form of false prophecy. You should not fear judgment of men, but the judgment of the Lord, because ALL His judgments are just. If men are unable to discern your frauds, the Lord Almighty WILL.

While we should always remember that our Lord's ways are merciful, we should also bear in mind that if we persists in our sinning ways, we will not escape judgment.


I am urging you all to make your paths straight while it is time!

Yeshua's Coming is approaching at a fast rate. He is coming soon.
Remember that our King's Coming will also be a day of judgment.
Do not take the risk to be rejected by then. We are very close now to our Messiah's Coming. Make your path straight!

Do not waste your time. Rather do your Teshuva during the time that has been granted to you. One day it will be too late.




The beginning of wisdom is the 'fear of the Lord'. Be aware of the consequences of each step you are taking. It is better to confess your mistakes than being sent into the lake of fire when the world as you know it will end.

May our praise be visible in our daily actions!

Amen.

© copyright 2018 by Isabelle Esling


Monday, January 1, 2018

Reading the signs of time: a few insights about Mark 13:28-37




"Now let the fig tree teach you its lesson: when its branches begin to sprout and leaves appear, you know that summer is approaching.
 In the same way, when you see all these things happening, you are to know that the time is near, right at the door. 
 Yes! I tell you that this people will certainly not pass away before all these things happen. 
 Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will certainly not pass away.
 However, when that day and hour will come, no one knows -- not the angels in heaven, not the Son, just the Father. 
 Stay alert! Be on your guard! For you do not know when the time will come. 
"It's like a man who travels away from home, puts his servants in charge, each with his own task, and tells the doorkeeper to stay alert.
 So stay alert! for you don't know when the owner of the house will come, 
 whether it will be evening, midnight, cockcrow or morning -- you don't want him to come suddenly and find you sleeping! 

 And what I say to you, I say to everyone: stay alert!"

Mark, Chapter 13:28-37


Yesterday, as the world was getting ready to celebrate the New Year 2018, preparing food and alcohol orgies, the only person my heart was really keen hallowing was my Messiah.

There is much vanity in a world that loses itself in senseless traditions, forgetting about the Creator and living in permanent debauchery. Of course, people of the world will probably loathe the words contained in this article. Some of them may mock them. Whatever they may think, Yeshua's Second Coming is imminent, the signs are clear for Israel and for the rest of the world.

As I opened my Delitzsch Gospels yesterday, Yeshua pointed at Mark Chapter 13, verses 28 to 37.

Believe me, I had the vision of the days of Noach right before my eyes.

In the hebraic calendar, January the 1st, 2018 corresponds to the 14th of 
Tevet.

Tevet is the month of massive floods and Paris is currently flooded with massive rain. To me, the awful weather condition in the French Capital that we have been through looks like a prophetic warning to all.

But 2018 transcribed in Hebrew language also contains a message of hope: the number 18 in 2018 forms the word חי (chai) which means 'alive'. Expect numerous miracles!

ח is also the letter of new beginnings... and the letter of chesed, divine compassion. To the merciful, HaShem will grand His chesed.




Political events also seem to have fastened our Messiah's Coming. President Trump's official recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's eternal Capital is certainly a great sign of our Messianic times.
Of course, it will increase tensions in the world of Israel's hating neighbors, but it will accelerate the fulfilling of many biblical prophecies.

I am urging each and everyone to pray for Eretz Israel and for peace in the Holy Land. Times are now too precious to be wasted. Walk humbly with HaShem, in permanent Teshuva ( repentance). Be ready.

Yeshua warned us against forgetfulness. So be ready, any time, at any hour. To the liars, the forgers, to all of those who are using His holy Name in fraud, it is still time to repent of your evil deeds!

Act while it is time. Come to Yeshua, the Lord of our Salvation!

On a sidenote, I'd like to inform my readers that I will be undertaking my third trip to Israel in two weeks, HaShem willing. I will keep you updated with the details of my trip, that includes quite a few cities in Israel-including Jerusalem.

May HaShem's wisdom direct your steps always.

Amen.

© 2018 by Isabelle Esling



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