Friday, July 31, 2015
An encounter with Yeshua: An Encounter with Yeshua: my true testimony to the...: I think I've always loved our Lord, even since my early childhood yet I had no clue on how to approach Him. A lot of selfish...
I think I've always loved our Lord, even since my early childhood yet I had no clue on how to approach Him.
A lot of selfishness and bad life choices, though, prevented me from giving Him my heart. I sought for consolation in earthly things as well.
I have been deceived by « Bible verses throwers » and assemblies. I have been disgusted to a point I didn't read the Bible anymore.
I was also convinced that in the depiction of Yeshua through Christianity, there was a big missing link, which pushed me to discover orthodox Judaism. I went to a synagogue, many years ago, and I also studied Hebrew as an autodidact.
But I was still clueless on how to come close to Yeshua as a person.
So I left, and started worshipping « golden calves » from the music industry for many years. This was maybe the most deceitful period of my life. One day, I realized that, as a music journalist, I was promoting violence , filthy and negative lyrics. I realized that the negativity of this music was impacting my daily life.
I decided to erase these harmful lyrics from my subconscious mind and started studying positive thinking and relaxation. At this time, I thought that peaceful teachings would grant me a complete peace of mind. But an unexpected event completely broke me down and left me helpless.
In this crucial moment, as I expected it least, Yeshua came to me and saved me.
It has been a year ago from now. Our dear Lord and Savior changed my life completely and revealed Himself to me.
The message I would like to spread to everybody is a message of hope : seek Him (not men) with all your heart and He will come close to you. Yeshua revealed me that He deeply desires friendship with all of you.
Read « An Encounter with Yeshua », my story will touch your heart.
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Sunday, July 26, 2015
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Friday, July 17, 2015
A lot of believers and followers of Yeshua are often tempted to correct their brothers and sisters. Sometimes they are advocating their point, using Scriptures.
However, I do think that one should be very careful in pointing an accusatory finger at a brother or sister, even when we do not agree with what they are doing.
Some people object that the apostles would confront assembly members with their sins. I will oppose you that the apostles had the responsibilities of a community that was spreading disorders and misbehaving. Their words have to be replaced carefully into context.
Yeshua, our Master, reminds you to check ourselves carefully:
“How can you think of saying, 'Friend, let me help you get rid of that speck in your eye,' when you can't see past the log in your own eye? Hypocrite! First get rid of the log in your own eye; then you will see well enough to deal with the speck in your friend's eye.” Luke 6:42
We must be very humble. One aspects of humbleness is to work on perfecting our own ways instead of criticizing our fellow brothers. By perfecting our ways, we can become an example. No need to spit venom at our brothers who don’t act how we would like them to act. Let us shine and walk in the footsteps of Yeshua and show through our behavior that we are following His words. A lot of people who are observing someone who is doing his best can become observant and correct their mistakes. If they don’t, they are not accountable before us, but only before Yeshua.
Yeshua constantly reminds us to be compassionate:
“Judge not, and you shall not be judged: condemn not, and you shall not be condemned: forgive, and you shall be forgiven.” Luke 6:37
If the King of the Kings Himself does not judge, who are you, sinner, to judge another sinner?
Yeshua approached me numerous times. When our Lord is next to me, I often cry.
You might wonder why: it is because, when Yeshua is next to me, my true nature is automatically mirrored. I see myself as I am and before me, the King of the Kings, a pure and immaculate soul. I apologize every single day for my wrongdoings. Yet my King never condemns me.
Be merciful with others and become busy in perfecting yourself on the path of sanctification: there will be no time left to judge your brother.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Thursday, July 9, 2015
Here are a few thoughts about forgiveness. May you be blessed by your read.
We all have been facing painful situations; a friend or a colleague betrayed us…we have acted the right way, yet injustice has been done to us, some people have mistreated us voluntarily.
Most of us would be tempted to seek vengeance when facing such situations. The Creator, however, expects us to handle them differently.
The Book of Deuteronomy, 32:35 clearly states:
“Vengeance is mine and recompense when their foot shall slip; for the day their calamity is near and the impending things are hastening upon them.”
The verse above is very clear: we should let our Lord handle any injustice done to us and not seek revenge by ourselves.
Also forgiveness is supposed to be the right path for the true disciple.
Look at Yeshua’s answer to Peter when he asks Him:
“How often shall my brother sin against me and I forgive him? Up to seven times?”
“I do not say to you, up to seven times, but up to seventy times seven.…”
We are invited to be generous in forgiving.
To be able to do so, we must learn to allow our Lord to lead our lives fully. Do not waste your time seeking revenge over your enemies. Let Him handle each life situation you are facing, because He has always prepared things for your very best.
I once offered the 4 gospels to a Jewish person who didn’t mind reading the content until he found out about Yeshua’s words about forgiveness. These words had the effect of a bomb on him. I also think that this person had a wrong perception of forgiveness.
Hatred is a prison; forgiveness is liberating us.
Have you noticed that when you hate a precise person, you keep thinking about that person over and over again?
Your enemy probably doesn’t even know that you are spending so much time thinking about him/her.
The more you hate him or her, the bigger the image of the person in your mind. You are mentally in prison. The only way to liberate yourself is to let the person go by complete forgiveness.
We should definitely stop worrying about what will happen to our enemy. Forgive and let life go its course, our Lord can handle the situation for us. Let us trust Him with all our hearts.
Monday, July 6, 2015
Our Lord granted me to see Him, once. Here is an exerpt of my book again. It will open your mind to spiritual reality.
Do not ask me to describe His Face, I would be unable to. I cannot even tell you about the color of His eyes, only that His glance was very intense. What I remember most is His beautiful smile and His eyes and smile saying "I love you." Blessed be our beautiful Lord of love, always.
Yesterday I was just thinking about the testimony of some young guy who was saved in extremis from hell, as he was dying. Yeshua showed up in the last minute, gave him His hand and saved him.
The man also came back to life afterwards and testified about his powerful encounter with our Lord.
I was thinking to myself: “our Lord is indeed very powerful to do such things.”
As this thought crossed my mind, I saw Yeshua standing in front of me, smiling at me. Surprisingly, the sight I had did not come from my eyes…my vision was a little bit blurry, though.
I was feeling the presence of the Holy Spirit very strongly in me.
Yeshua then spoke to me: “My dear child, your eyes aren’t seeing me. This is your soul seeing me.”
Yeshua was teaching me an astonishing new lesson about the spiritual world: our souls do have this wonderful ability to see and identify Him, once the Holy Spirit opens our sight.
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Sunday, July 5, 2015
Thursday, July 2, 2015
„I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with unfailing kindness“
One must experience this unconditional, divine love to fully understand the realness of it.
Yeshua is truly the lover of your soul. Once you are bathed daily in this wonderful, liquid love, all your needs are filled.
I speak to my Lord as I would speak with a lover, but with much more deference. I whisper Him words of love and He shows me daily how much He cherishes me.
For the words of kindness I receive, I offer Him my praise, and He gives me so much in return.
Approaching the essence of love is truly a life-changing experience. All these frustrations and vain desires I used to have completely vanished.
My only need is to be loved by Him. I am not afraid of humans disappointing me anymore. I accept their imperfections, knowing that I am myself imperfect.
Bathe me in your unconditional love, my eternal lover. Yeshua my source of joy, thank you for filling my heart, second after second. My little heart has a place in your infinite heart.
You have always loved me and you have never given up on me-even at times I hated myself. I was in your heart at the times I rejected you. You showed me love when I kept running from you.
You had chosen me and you patiently waited for my readiness. I eventually came and you washed away all of my offenses.
My beautiful Lord of love, I offer you my heartfelt praise. Let me rest in your arms like a small child; allow me to stay silent in your presence.
Light my heart like a candle and I will spread it into the world.
I love you, my Lord, more than anybody else, and I will state it boldly to the world.
I will learn on my path; allow my love to grow. My eternal lover, I belong to you and you are mine, for ever and ever.
These are the few words you inspired me today.