Thursday, April 28, 2016

I will soon be releasing a short e-book entitled "In the Light of the Holy Spirit"





It will gather some reflections and some articles I have written on here and on other media...to summarize it all, the ideal book for short meditations in His presence. My wish is for all of you to be blessed in abundance by your read!

Hashem bless you all. I'll keep you updated.

Your author,

Isabelle Esling

Friday, April 22, 2016

An Encounter with Yeshua the Sequel (book) by Isabelle Esling

An Encounter with Yeshua the Sequel (book) by Isabelle Esling

The Blood of the Lamb will protect you from Hashem's wrath: are you covered in Yeshua's Blood?

"The blood will be a sign for you on the houses where you are. I'll see the blood and pass over you. There will be no plague to destroy you when I strike the land of Egypt." Exodus 12:13


The powerful deliverance of the Hebrews from the land of Egypt


Despite all the plagues that were hitting him and the people of Egypt, Pharao would not let Hashem's people go. It must have been very hard to experience slavery and captivity. The Israelites have been taught to rely on God only. They faced extreme situations during which their faith was challenged tremendously.

The last plague that would eventually hit Egypt would be a terrible sanction from the Eternal.

"For that night, I will pass through the land of Egypt and kill all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both men and animals; and I will execute judgment against all the gods of Egypt; I am ADONAI. The blood will serve you as a sign marking the houses where you are. I will pass over you when I strike the land of Egypt, the death blow will not strike you."

Exodus 12:12-13, Complete Jewish Bible





A lamb without blemish

With the coming of Passover tonight, the prophetic meaning of the Blood of Lamb is more actual than ever. All the people, Jew and Gentile, who accepted Yeshua our Messiah's Sacrifice, will be protected from Hashem's wrath.
The terrible Day of the Lord that has been announced for Centuries is approaching.
The moral decay of our contemporary world has reached unprecedented levels. 
Rabbi Kaduri prophesied Yeshua's return after Ariel Sharon's death ( that happened in January 2014).
I am convinced that our Messiah's return is IMMINENT and much closer than you may think.
Do not meet the King of the Kings unprepared. Accept His grace while it still lasts.

My question to all of you, Jew and Gentile, is: " are you covered in Yeshua's Blood?"






Copyright© by Isabelle Esling






Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Why the use of Matza (unleavened bread) is essential to commemorate our Messiah's Sacrifice



Let them alone. They are blind guides of the blind; but if a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.”

Matthew 14:15




The parable of the two blind men is more than actual in our days than ever before. Here is an example of ignorance I witnessed years ago while going to a Pentecostal assembly. I noticed that the members of this specific assembly were taking baguette as communion bread.

I dared to ask : « Can we use any type of bread for communion purposes ? »

Several persons replied quite spontaneously, showing their great ignorance of the subject quite hastily : « Of course, any type of bread would do, it doesn't matter. » The same people would end up in a diatribe against the Catholic church and their use of unleavened bread as a  sacramental bread (what corresponds in French to the term « hostie »).
At this time, I didn't have a precise knowledge of the question. Yeshua set me free by enlightening me in truth. Leaven should be taken out of communion bread because leaven symbolizes sin. It is so much important that disciples should walk in truth with our rabbi.

Yeshua is Jewish. This is not a theoretical statement. Our rabbi is and has always been a practicing Jew. Our Messiah's Sacrifice is intimately linked with the use of the matza in remembrance of our liberation from sin through His precious blood.

I might be hated or misunderstood by some of you for stating the truth. But I owe you the truth : the Lamb of God's mission can only be understood by digging deep into the Hebrew customs of our Messiah.


Today I would like to discuss the importance of the use of the Matza in remembrance of our Messiah's Sacrifice in regards to the upcoming Feast of Passover. The Lamb of God's story is intertwined with the story of Passover.

Passover, parting of the Sea and Matza bread




The use of Matza bread

The Book of Exodus

« For seven days yeast must not be found in your houses, for whoever eats what is made with yeast—that person will be cut off from the community of Israel, whether a foreigner or one born in the land. You will not eat anything made with yeast; in all the places where you live you must eat bread made without yeast. » Exodus 12:19-20




There are precise cooking rules in the making of the matza. The cooking time should never exceed 18 minutes.

The Book of Deuteronomy insists on the fact the matsa should be eaten hastily in remembrance of the Hebrews' liberation from Egypt :

« You are not to eat any chametz *with it; for seven days you are to eat with it matzo, the bread of affliction; for you came out of the land of Egypt in haste. Thus you will remember the day you left the land of Egypt as long as you live. »
Deuteronomy 16:3

    *chametz means leavened

Crossing the Red Sea



The whole meaning of the word Hebrew, yvri, is linked with passing over. A Hebrew is a person who « crossed over » (the Red Sea), who went from slavery to liberation through the miracle of Hashem.





Bread of affliction and bread of liberation, the matza points at the beautiful miracle of the parting of Yam Suf, the Red Sea.

Let me share this wonderful Song of the Sea, Shirat Hayam, that commemorates Hashem's miracle, according to the words of Exodus 15.




Matza bread, symbol of His bruised body




In the same way, Moshe led the Hebrews through the Red Sea, our Mashiach Yeshua takes us out a state of slavery (living in sin) through a complete liberation. We are taken out of Egypt ( out of the world) and set apart for Him.

It is important that Gentile followers remember that they have been grafted into the Covenant of Israel and never boast arrogantly against the people of Israel. Thanks to our Lord's compassion we are, Jews and Gentiles, part of an amazing adventure and reunited in One New Man.

Last year, during the period of Passover, Yeshua gave me a vision of a matza during the night. I had been remembering His Sacrifice, breaking matza bread and drinking grape juice.
Yeshua showed me the matza, then my eyes were opened to His body descended from the Cross, so full of wounds, like the numerous holes you'd find in the matza.

The Blood shed by our Mashiach is the Blood of the Lamb that protects us, purifies us and makes of us separate people.




Yeshua is Israel's Passover Lamb-Savior to His folks and to the nations.
Let us celebrate Him with high praise. Amen.



Copyright© by Isabelle Esling

Monday, April 18, 2016

Yeshua's trial: un unfair mascarade of justice

The holidays had just ended. I was back to school, aged 15, and  ready to meet our new religion teacher.


"Another annoying guy", I thought to myself, when the priest entered our classroom and greeted us.
I expected him to do explain us a few stories from the Bible that the adolescent I was had only little interest in. But this man, whose name and face I have completely forgotten by now, truly surprised me.

He looked at us and told us: "You will have to order a New Testament. All of you. We are going to need it, because we are going to investigate a crime scene. Actually, we are going to examine the accusation of Yeshua in detail and you'll be able to conclude if He was innocent or guilty. We will compare the four Gospels and spend some time working together and gathering details..."

I was very surprised. I don't recall how the rest of the class reacted to it, but I remember I found this challenge quite exciting. I felt like a detective on a great venture, trying to find out if the man who was accused was guilty or innocent..."

I've forgotten a lot of details, but I remember that the whole class managed to prove Yeshua's innocence by mentioning precise details from the Gospels.

Yeshua's trial is a scene that would impact me years later and that I would recall a month before my Salvation. Yeshua's trial is a parody of justice, a horrible drama that mixes betrayal and false accusation chiefs, that our Lord accepted to undergo, for you and me, and for everyone, so your sins would be washed in His blood.

Yehuda (Judas Iscariot)'s betrayal: the fulfilling of a Tanakh prophecy




Zechariah, chapter 11, verses 12 and 13 foretell the ridiculous estimation of our Lord's "value":


"Then I said to them, "If it seems good to you, give me my wages, but if not, keep them." And they weighed out my wages thirty pieces of silver. Then the Lord said to me, "Throw it to the potter"-the lordly price at which I was priced by them. So I took the thirt pieces of silver and threw them into the house of the Lord, to the potter."









The Gospel of Matthew reports us the fulfilling of the prophecy (Matthew 26:15).

A lot of people like to argue about the actual value of 30 pieces of silver represented in Antiquity. While some people would agree to rate it about $ 324, some others would approximate its worth to $ 6000. Honestly, I do think that such debate is a pure waste of time. Money has a relative value anyway: to the very poor, 100 euros are very much; to the wealthy one, the same amount is just a tiny bit of ridiculous pocket money.

One should rather look at Exodus 21:32 that teaches us that the price of a slave was of 30 pieces of silvers, which ridiculously corresponds to the estimate of the price of our Lord's life.

Did Judas realize that the members of the Sanhedrin intended to kill Yeshua? The Gospels give us a hint that he became aware of it progressively. He would regret it bitterly and give the money back, so the prophecy would be fulfilled. Judas' remorse was so intense that he didn't believe Yeshua could ever forgive him, so he hanged himself.




The procedure of Yeshua's trial: unfair and illegal


The outcome of Yeshua's trial is the result an organized plot. The usual judicial proceeding of the Hebrews was not respected at all.

Please check this excellent Messianic study about Yeshua's trial and the implications for the Feast of Passover.
Some people objected that people were treated violently in Ancient Times. It might be true for a lot of ancient civilizations, but the Hebrews had a very elaborate judicial system, especially regarding capital offense. Even a person who has condemned to death had to be treated fairly before the Sanhedrin, before witnesses, and at specific times.

Who was involved in the plot?


"Then the head cohanim and the elders of the people gathered in the palace of Kayafa the cohen hagadol.
They made plans to arrest Yeshua suppretitiously and have Him put to death ; but they said, « Not during the festival, or the people will riot." Matthew 26:3-5, Complete Jewish Bible

Prior plans had been made to arrest Yeshua and to find a way to put Him to death, as the Gospel of Matthew clearly reports it.
John confirms us the deliberate will of Caiaphas to have Yeshua killed:

"And one of them, Caiaphas, being high priest that year, said to them, "You know nothing at all, nor do you consider that it is expedient for us that one man should die for the people, and not that the whole nation should perish."

Yeshua had just finished praying at Gethsemane, then came Judas with an armed crowd:


"While Yeshua was still speaking, Y'hudah (one of the Twelve!) came, and with him a crowd carrying swords and clubs, from the head cohanim, the Torah-teachers and the elders." Mark 14;43 Complete Jewish Bible.

First point to take note of: the illegal arrestation of Yeshua, that takes place at night.

The Sanhedrin was composed of 71 members presided by the High Priest (Caiaphas). The High Priest was usually assisted  by a vice- president, who sat at the right hand of the High Priest.
Other members included mostly Sadducees and Pharisees.

What were the charges held against Yeshua?

All charges were irrelevant and the whole proceeding completely illegal from Yeshua's arrestation to His condemnation to crucifixion.


None of the four points mentioned in Moshe's Law have been respected i.e certainty of indictment, publicity of the discussion, full freedom granted to the accused, assurance of all dangers of errors of testimony.
To be undergo capital punishment, one must be found guilty of a capital crime. Here is a (non exhaustive list of what is considered a capital crime under the Jewish law):

-sacrificing to other gods than IHVH
-cult of Baal
-passing children through the fire
-false prophecy
-necromancy and witchcraft
-blasphemy
-Shabbat breaking
-murder, smiting a parent, refusing to be obedient to parents, being a false witness
are also listed, among others, sexual practices such as adultery, prostitution, incest, homosexuality, zoophilia, etc..

Caiaphas and the elders were looking for false witnesses, and their testimonies did not concurr.
Seeing that their strategy failed in so many ways, the only way to get Yeshua crucified by the Roman authorities was to charge Him with blasphemy, as He claimed to be the Messiah of Israel.



Yeshua before Annas


On the very night of His arrestation, Yeshua was taken to the former High Priest, Annas, Caiaphas' father in law.


The interrogation that takes place is completely illegal. In order to be able to accuse Yeshua, witnesses should have come forward to prove his guilt. The discussion should have happened during the day. In addition it was forbidden to harm the accused physically.

Instead of calling witnesses forward, Annas asks Yeshua about His doctrine.
Yeshua's answer, that doesn't show irreverance towards Annas in any way is a pretext to induce violence and charges against Him.

"I have spoken openly to the world; I have always taught in synagogues and in the temple, where all Jews come together, I have said nothing secretly. Why do you ask me? Ask those who have heard me; what I said to them; they know what I said. When He had said this, one of the officers standing by stuck Yeshua with his hand,, saying, "Is that how you answer the High Priest? Yeshua answered him: "If I have spoken wrongly, bear witness to the wrong, but if I have spoken rightly, why do you strike me," Annas sent Him bound to Caiaphas the High Priest. (John 18: 20-24)

Yeshua knows that His rights are being violated in this moment and that His answer is fully justified. To prove Him right or wrong, witnesses should have been brought forward- in defence and accusation. Matter of fact: there is NONE.
Yeshua is brought to Caiaphas bound.

Quoting, the following page, Yeshua's slapping was rather harsch: " (the word in the original text, rhapisma, means  a sharp blow with the flat of the hand." credit to Jesus-story.net)

Yeshua, a political threat to Annas?


In many ways, Yeshua represented a threat to the religious establisment.
First, the religious establisment was trying to get rid of Him,because He questioned the practices of the Sanhedrin members, such as relying on traditions of man rather than the Word of Hashem.
Secondly, Yeshua was a threat to the Temple, at least in Sanhedrin member's minds, because He made the misunderstood statement about the Temple of His body:

"Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up." John 2:19

Yeshua's quote was intepreted as an allusion to the physical Temple of Jerusalem.

Third, claiming to be the Messiah had some political implications. Especially the High Priests thought that Yeshua would put their power in jeopardy in regards to Rome.


Yeshua had made a lot of enemies, among the Scribes and the Pharisees, whose hypocritical practices He denounced constantly.

His confrontation with the money changers was probably one of the main reasons why some leaders deeply disliked Him. Yeshua's words were direct and sharp as a sword:

"It is written, 'My House shall be called a House of Prayer', but you are making it a robber's den."


(Matthew 21:13)


                                                            painting of Annas, by Thyssot



On the way to Annas













Trial before Caiaphas


Annas having failed in finding accusation charges, Caiaphas also fails miserably in bringing some false witnesses forward.

The only clever way to make Yeshua look guilty is to bring what he considers as "blasphemy" into His mouth.

"He kept silent and did not answer. Again the High Priest was questioning Him, and saying to Him:
"Are you the Messiah, the Son of the Blessed One? And Yeshua said: "I am; and you shall see the Son of Man sitting at the right hand of power and coming with the clouds of Heaven. Tearing his clothes, the High Priest said, "What further need to we have of witnesses?"

Some people objected that Yeshua pronounced IHVH before Caiaphas. I would like to be more prudent on this point, knowing that Yeshua has always been very abiding in His practices and devoted to the Father. Thus, why would He pronounce our Father's Name in a public audience? Revealing His identity as Maschiach was sufficent to provoke Caiaphas' ire, as far as I am concerned. The clear allusion to prophet Daniel chapter 7, verse 13 would sent Him to death.

However, the Jewish law would forbid to put a man to death. Caiaphas would need to refer to the authority of the Roman occupant.







Stones leading to Caiaphas' house



Yeshua before Pilate and Herod Antipas


Caiaphas is in a hurry to get rid of Yeshua before Passover. Very early in the morning, he hands Yeshua over to Pilate.

Caiphas tries to press charges against Yeshua:

"We found this man subverting our nation, forbidding us to pay taxes to the Emperor and claiming rgar he himself is the Messiah-a King!" Complete Jewish Bible, Luke 23:1-2

Despite all the desperate tactics , Pilate found no ground of charge against Yeshua. 
Yeshua's case must have been embarassing to the procurator of Judea, who  was relieved when he knew that Yeshua was actually a Galilean, so he could send the case before the juridiction of Herod.

Herod seems to have been such a selfish man filled with much pride. The king expected Yeshua to perform a miracle. He probably thought that Yeshua, especially because His life was threatened, would comply and do some show for his court. But Yeshua did not perform any miracle and Herod ended up making fun of Him and sending Him back to Pilate.


Pilate, who reiterated Yeshua's innocence, wanted to give Him an exemplary punishment and then release Him.





But, before the religious establishment's pressure that involved Caesar and the harranguing of the manipulated crowd, Pilate washed his hands, in order to escape each responsibility by sending Yeshua to death by crucifixion.



Before Pilate











Antisemites,-and a lot of them have been encouraged to do so by Catholic Church for Centuries-have argued that "Israel chose Barrabas", which is an erroneous statement. As the Gospels report it, Yeshua had many allies, and even within the Sanhedrin, such as Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea.

A lot of simple people in Israel and especially in Galilee were very attached to the Master. Young women in Jerusalem are reported  to have wept at the scene of the Crucifixion.

The crowd that shouts in favor of Barrabas is a specific crowd, that is manipulated and dominated by the employees of religious authorities. This is a point that needs to be set straight to do away with this ugly "God killer" myth, once at all.

The Shroud of Turin, a witness of our Lord's torture



Contemplating the Shroud of Turin will teach you very much about the physical abuse our Lord underwent. Please allow me to share this high quality shot that David Hines sent me.


I'd also like to point out, once again, that some people should stop putting a blame on Jewish people for Yeshua's death and crucifixion.

As our Lord pointed it out, He laid down His life by Himself. It was part of His Salvation plan for mankind. Yeshua loves us all, Jew and Gentile, and by His blood we are purified.

Let us turn our hearts to Yeshua our Messiah and thank Him for His immense goodness. Amen.

Copyright© by Isabelle Esling






Sunday, April 17, 2016

An Encounter With Yeshua, the Sequel | Isabelle Esling

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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Yeshua's trial before Pilate viewed by a Messianic rabbi

Rabbi Loren wrote this beautiful article about Yeshua's trial before Pilate. Check it out:)

Which son of the Father do you choose?

"Whom do you want me to release for you, Yeshua Bar Abba or Yeshua who is called Messiah?" Matthew 27:17




If some readers still have doubts about the absolute necessity to understand the Gospels in their original, Hebraic context, the following article will leave zero doubts in their minds.
No translated Bible will ever allow the reader to catch the difference between Yeshua Bar Abba (known as Barrabas in the greek version of his name) and Yeshua Bar Yosef, Bar Abba (Son of the Father), our Messiah while reading Pontius Pilate's question addressed to the crowd. An Aramaic or Hebrew version will allow you to understand the subtle meaning of the crowd's choice between both men opposed to one another.


Israel in the 1st Century: a very tense political context

In the movie "The Passion of the Christ", Pilate seems to be sensitive to our Lord's destiny.
While his wife's warnings probably impacted him, we also have to seek most of Pilate's motivations within the political context.

In the "Antiquities of the Jews", we learn from Flavius Josephus that the liberation of a prisoner during Passover feast had nothing exceptional, which is confirmed by the Gospel of John, chapter 18, verse 39. It was simply a way to quiet the crowds and, thus, to avoid insurrections.
In order to ensure peace, Pilate would be ready to sacrifice one single man's life for higher interests.
On the other hand, Pilate probably guessed that our Messiah was not an ordinary person.
At some point of the trial, his words show a little bit of panic. 

"Where do you come from?", asks Pilate in John 19:9. We could also assume that Pilate received some insights about our Messiah, but as a politician, he had to secure his actions in order to avoid trouble.
Deep inside, Pilate was scared to be held accountable for innocent blood, so he washed his hands.

Yeshua's trial would make his name remembered for ever. Generations of believers would mention the crucifixion of our Messiah under Pilate.

Who was Barrabas?

It is quite hard to trace Barrabas back to the 1st Century in order to find some evidence of his presence. Some atheists have used this argument in order to prove that the story reported by the Gospels is fictious. If Yeshua's trial was fictious, archeologists wouldn't have evidence of Pontius Pilate.
Matter of fact, a fragment with Pilate's name has been found in the depths of the sea and there are coins with the name of the procurator of Judea.

It is interesting to note that the name Yeshua Bar Abba was deranging to Origines who simply allowed himself to remove the name "Yeshua" from his Gospel copies- and by erasing it, he distorted the sense of the whole story as well.

But Bar Abba was also deranging at the time he was alive, because he was a criminal opposed to an innocent man, yet a perfect homonym.
And he the causer of trouble, the criminal, the bad guy was freed and Yeshua our Messiah, the pure, the innocent was condemned to die the death of the worst criminal.




Why did the crowd choose Barrabas?

A lot of antisemites have spread the rumor that Israel hated Yeshua-which is completely wrong.
The religious establishment, was against Yeshua and was seeking to get Him killed. However not all of the sanhedrin- some influent members such as Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus were secret followers of Yeshua.
Within the crowd, some people were opposed to our Messiah, because they expected the Messiah to become king of Israel, to get crowned and to become a political Messiah who would deliver the whole nation from the oppression of the Roman invader.
A part of the crowd would certainly opt in favor of Barrabas' violent ways rather than acknowledging Yeshua's peaceful way.
Nobody really expected a Suffering Servant. It was even a surprise to Yeshua's closest disciples. Most of the disciples would understand the meaning of the Scriptures after the Resurrection.
Another part of the crowd, that did not choose Barrabas, suffered with Yeshua and cried with him, like the young ladies of Jerusalem on the Via Dolorosa.

Would people be able to distinguish who is the real "Bar Abba"?




A lot of people would object: "If I had lived in the 1st Century, I would have stood up for Yeshua..."

Allow me to disagree...first of all, it was very hard to get some real insights about our Messiah before the Holy Spirit was given. Second, one of the devil's biggest arms is to counterfeit the pure, the holy, the divine, in order to fool numerous people.

Here are two men, with quite similar names. Your land suffers under the oppression of a political enemy and you are longing for a deliverer who would use physical force...there are great chances you would have chosen Yeshua Bar Abba aka Barrabas unless the Father would have shown you that Yeshua was the true Messiah...

Why it is unfair to put the blame of the crucifixion on Jewish people




During Centuries, some Christian churches have used our Messiah's blood as an argument to justify their antisemitism. These people totally missed the whole point of Salvation.

Our Messiah pointed it out: "Nobody takes my life from me. I lay it down of myself." (John 10:18)

Yeshua had to die, as the Sacrificial Lamb, in order to bring Salvation for atonement of our sins.
For Centuries, some Jews have been blinded for Gentiles to be able to access Salvation. 
However the veil is being removed and Israel is now accessing Salvation massively.

Praised be our Lord.


Copyright© by Isabelle Esling



Wednesday, April 13, 2016

I am suffering: is God punishing me? by Isabelle Esling

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Monday, April 11, 2016

A Nazi Meets Jesus in a Jewish Home after the Holocaust twominutesermon.com

Jewish Rabbis are Seeking Jesus!

What is unseen to the eyes lies deep into water (from "Heart of a Savior")




When you go through deep waters, I will be with you” Isaiah 45:2

Shimeon answered and he said to him, “Rabbi, we worked all night, and we have not caught anything, but at your word, I will cast the net.” Luke 5:5



My Lord is inviting me to enter deep water ; I am terrified because tomorrow is veiled to my eyes. I am advancing within a foggy landscape.
I am facing the water...

"Yeshua, my Yeshua, how deep will you let my soul drown into the waters ?"



« The waters you are entering have several levels of understanding.
You must taste the depth of the element to get its full meaning. Child I have traveled to your tomorrow ; be fearless. Give me your hand and trust my wisdom. If you are unwilling to enter into the very depths I am showing you, you'll miss a blessing. Now come, child, and trust me. We'll do this together.
Child, you must dwell in me as I dwell in you. If you are reluctant to enter deep water, you'll truly miss the plan I have in reserve for you.
The adventure has just begun for you.
I immersed you and purified you into the rain of your own tears and now I am taking you to deep waters.
This experience will also open your eyes to the immensity of my loving care. You will be bathed into my infinite ocean of tenderness. Take my hand, child, I will teach you how to catch fishes. I'll show you the unseen reflection of abundant creation. Oh child, trust me. My heart is burning for you, I love you so much and I have so much to show you, but you must be willing to walk with your loving Lord.



Now let me teach you a principle of faith. Open your eyes and have a look at the things I have prepared for you.
What do you see, my beloved child ? »
« I can see a net full of fishes that is breaking and an abundant table that is overflowing with food. There are such good looking, great varieties of food on the table. »
« My daughter, this table I have prepared for you. Now proclaim it as yours ! »
« How do I proclaim the unseen into my life? »
« My child, first of all, you do pronounce a blessing. Remember that I always thanked the Father. Then you boldly claim it as yours... »
« Dear Lord, thank you for the abundant table you have prepared for me. Thank you for you always provide plentiful produce for me. Thank you for manifesting the wealthy table you've shown me into the visible world. Allow me to share it with anybody in need. »
« I love you, my daughter. See you are now a true disciple. As you'll learn more to walk by faith, you will understand that your Provider will never ever fail you. Rely on me, not on your senses. Dare to enter deep waters, for I am here with you. »
« Yeshua, I love you so much, my dear Lord. I love you more than my wors could express it, but you are reading the language of my soul... »
« Child, you are so much loved in return. Remember I loved you first. My love is never-ending, and you will receive more of it. I'll bathe you into the waters of the Spirit and I will renew your strength. You will be in awe, like my first disciples, back in the days, in Galilee. »
« Yeshua, my true friend, your immense affection sustains me. My needs are filled. I always wanted a friend like you. My precious treasure, I will cherish you and I will never let you go. »


« It is because you are next to me that you are becoming more sensitive to the world's suffering. Yours words shall become an eye opener for the ones who are still blind to my presence. »



On my way home, while walking, my eyes were automatically drawn to a van.
On the van were printed the following words : « I moved Heaven and earth to be with you ». Just under the sentence, a cross had been painted. Under the cross, I could read : «Cross of love » in red letters.
Yeshua has such beautiful ways to remind me how much He cares about me.
I just whispered : « Yeshua, my beloved... »

As I kept walking further, our Lord had placed His hand upon my shoulder and His Spirit was wrapping me powerfully from head to toe.

Copyright© by Isabelle Esling

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Beautiful Messianic radio for us disciples of Yeshua!

Check it out here. I just love it!

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Isabelle Esling