Monday, February 27, 2017

When darkness arises: a teaching about hope




If you are capable of seeing Hashem's glory while walking through the night, darkness will have no power over you. I have read some powerful testimonies, many years ago, from people who have been taken to the dirtiest, the smelliest and the ugliest places, including prisons-seemingly alone, abandoned by the world, but who spoke of the glory of the Almighty trancending these places.

A walk with Hashem is no fairy tale; sometimes you will know places of darkness and you will feel that you are left on your own ( according to the world's standards).
When you are facing such situations, there are several points to remember:

-In Sefer Bereshit, Genesis, you are reminded: "וַיְהִי-עֶרֶב וַיְהִי-בֹקֶר, יוֹם אֶחָד



"vayehi erev, vayehi boker, yom echad" " and there was an evening, and there was a morning, day number one". Each of your days begins in darkness. You can either grow in desperation or light your candles and invite the Lord to share this time with you. I mean, HOW you are going through your time of darkness depends on you. Most people seem to ignore that they DO have a choice.
You can go through grief, hopelessness and desperation all alone or you can weep on the Lord's shoulder. Yeshua will always comfort you when you are experiencing pain, especially the type of suffering that is invisible to others.
But there is much more you can learn from this part of Genesis. When daylight emerges again, you are experiencing like a resurrection from death. French rabbi Josy Eisenberg used to teach that the word "boker", day, when its letters are inverted, also contains the root "kever", "tomb", "sepulcher".
On each venture of darkness, when times are getting better, when light is made visible again, you will experience a form of Resurrection.
Have you ever thought, that when you are waking up ( what most people are taking for granted), that you are emerging from death and coming back to life? 
Therefore gratitude should accompany us with each day the Almighty makes.

-Psalm 23 contains an invaluable teaching:

"gam ki eleich begei tsalmavet, lo ira ra, ki ata immadi"
"גַּם כִּי-אֵלֵךְ בְּגֵיא צַלְמָוֶת, לֹא-אִירָא רָע--    כִּי-אַתָּה עִמָּדִי"

Even though I walk through the valley of shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for YOU ARE WITH ME.



Do not overlook Yeshua's friendship when facing tremendous difficulties or pain of any kind. Should the whole world abandon you, Yeshua would still be there for you.
Yeshua wants your total trust at all times. 
You may feel the pain. You may also feel desperate at times, but what matters is your attitude during the test. Job's (Iob in Hebrew) book has been written to inspire generations of believers, for Job was a Tsaddik who remained faithful to the Lord despite his losses and physical pain. Note that he kept praising His Name.
You may also feel that you are not capable of praise while going through acute pain. That's ok. Your cries in front of Him are prayers too. He sees, understands, and wipes away tears.

-Try to sing your pain away through Psalms. It will bring you back into a spirit of joy and praise. Consider this time of darkness as a proper time to develop more intimacy with your Messiah. Speak to Him even more; be honest. Also confess your transgressions and work on amending your ways, always.


Remember that this storm too will pass. Trust the Lord at all times and you will be victorious over darkness. Have the eyes to discern figments of light during the night.

You are not alone.

" אָנֹכִי, אֵרֵד עִמְּךָ"

"I myself will descend with you" Genesis 46:4 "Anochi ered immecha"

Should you have to descend, the Almighty would descend WITH you.




Copyright© by Isabelle Esling











Sunday, February 26, 2017

The parable of the wedding feast: a teaching about humility



"He took up the parable to the guests when He saw that they had chosen to sit at the front.
He said to them,
If a man invites you to his wedding celebration, do not recline at the head or else someone else more honored than you may also be invited there.
The host will come to you and him and tell you: "Clear the place for him". 
Then you will get up ashamedly to sit at the place at the end.
But if you are invited, sit at the place at the end so that the host will come and say to you:"my friend, move up higher than this!" It will bring you honor before those reclining with you. 
Everyone who lifts himself will be brought low, but everyone who lowers himself will be lifted up."

Luke, Chapter 14, verses 7-11, Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels

"Everyone who is arrogant in heart is an ABOMINATION to the Lord; be assured, he will not go unpunished." Proverbs 15:6



Years ago somebody told me that it was better to have a jump seat in Heavens than none at all. I am totally convinced that this statement is true.
Yeshua's disciples often happened to have argument about who was the "greatest" ( Luke 9:46). They sought for places of honor.  Yeshua had to remind them that the greatest of all had to become the most humble of all. By washing His disciple's feet, He gave us the perfect example to follow.
Even the mother of Zebedee's sons, Yochanan and Yaa'kov kneeled before Yeshua and asked Him for a favor. She wanted both of her sons to be seated next to Yeshua, one at His right and the other at His left.

Yeshua delivers us a teaching of humility. Pride and arrogance are of Satan: we must be aware of that. False modesty is also haughtiness in disguise. Therefore, we should examine our thoughts, words and actions DAILY. And when we are found faulty ( lacking modesty), we should have the courage to apologize before Yeshua.

As soon as we forget the delight of being one of Yeshua's friends, when we omit being grateful for the King's presence and are seeking for honors from men, we are truly led astray by our own desires...

The ones who have been saved by Yeshua are all guests to the King's wedding.
We should be so happy to have been admitted at our King's table. It doesn't really matter where we are seated, as long as we are granted a seat. I must say that I wouldn't mind sitting on the floor as long as I am in Yeshua's loving presence!

Note that the Delitzsch Hebrew gospel use two verbs that are related to sit, to be seated:

  1. לשׁבת is the most common one. Note that it carries the root שׁבת that is also common to the word Shabbat. On each Shabbat, we are welcoming the King at our table.
  2. להֵסֵב , which actually means to sit down for a meal, to recline


There is one thing in particular that we should avoid by any means: boasting about our deeds.
What has been commanded to us, we have done. This is nothing special. We have done our duty.
Let us walk in humbleness and let Yeshua decide what deserves a reward-or not.

All of our King's judgments are righteous. Blessed be He, always.

Amen.

Copyright© by Isabelle Esling





Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The watchful servant and the light from the candles (Luke, Chapter 12)

"Have your belt on your waist and let your "lamps" be lit.





(מָתֽנֵכֶם יהיוּ וֽהַגוּרים וֽהַנרוֹת דֹלקים)





"As for yourselves, be like men who are waiting for the time that their master returns from the wedding. When he comes and knocks, they open him instantly.
O gladness of those servants whom the Master finds watching when he enters!
Amen, I say to you that he will gird himself and seat them and go serve them.
And if he comes at the second watch and at the third watch and finds it to be so, o gladness of those servants!
And know this: if the owner of the house knew what hour the thief would have come, at that time he would watch and not let him break into the house.
Therefore you also be ready, because the Son of Man will come at a hour you don't expect."
Luke, Chapter 12, verses 35-40, Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels.

About His Second return, Yeshua always advises us to be watchful and in a state of permanent readiness. Most of us are probably familiar with the translation of verse 35 from Luke, Chapter 12: "Have your belts on your waists and let your "lamps" be lit."




מָתֽנֵכֶם יהיוּ וֽהַגוּרים וֽהַנרוֹת דֹלקים

I put "lamps" intentionally into brackets, because the Hebrew version renders "lamp" with a word that is much closer to the Jewish concept of light. The Delitzsch version translates with " vehanerot dolkim" ( and the candles lit)
This seemingly tiny detail is of major importance. "Nerot", the candles are an essentiel component in Jewish symbolism and mystics. Actually there is a Hannukah song entitled "Nerot dolkim" and as you would probably know, Hannukah is intimately linked with our Messiah Yeshua, Light of the world.

Whoever has lit Shabbat candles perfectly knows that lighting candles when darkness arises at Erev Shabbat is welcoming light and peace into our home. The disciple wants to welcome Yeshua, the Master of Shabbat.
Shabbat is the victory of divine light over a world of darkness and madness.
To the disciple, welcoming the Master is not just an option. We must await Him, even if the external circumstances tell us that His arrival has been delayed. This is what the Jewish confession of faith "ani maamin' is all about. 
No matter what happens, we ought to stay firm in our faith.
Not only does this imply that we may be watchful at ALL TIMES, in a continuous relationship with our Moschiach King ( if Yeshua truly LIVES within you, you will maintain a state of permanent prayer).




Sometimes, it will involve that we walk on water, but we must be very FIRM in our expectation of the Messiah. 
Yeshua has been warning us for centuries now that He would be coming "like a thief in the night".
Hashem's timing has been a stumbling stone for many.
Some corporate assemblies even dared to claim that "if Yeshua hasn't come over 2000 years, He will not be coming at all."
Above anything else, the watchful disciple should heed false teachings and false "messiahs". In these times we will truly witness an uprise in delusion through erroneous teachings and wolves posing in sheep's clothes.
Therefore, only the ones who are truly rooted in Yeshua will be able to recognize Him when He returns.

May our hearts be clothed with kindness, forgiveness and righteousness.
Our reward is the Messiah and it is worth the sacrifice.
Light your candles and get rid of the inner darkness. Let Yeshua enter when He is knocking at the door. For He is the Light that erases darkness from the world.

Come soon, Lord Yeshua. Amen.


Copyright© by Isabelle Esling



Monday, February 20, 2017

Do you know Yeshua and does Yeshua know you? A commentary on Luke 13:22-30, from a Hebrew perspective

"He passed through towns and villages and taught and went on his way to Yerushalayim.
A man asked him, saying: "Our Master, will only a few be saved?". He said to them :" strive to come through the narrow entrance. For I say to you, many will seek to enter, but will not be able. From the day the owner of the house arises and closes the door, you will begin to stand outside and knock on the door, saying: "Our Master, open us!"
But he will answer and say to you: "I don't know you, where you are from?"Then you will begin to say: "Did we not eat and drink in your presence, did you not teach in our streets?"
But he will say:" I do not know you. Where are you from? Depart from me, workers of evil!"And there will be wailing and grinding of teeth when you see Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaak'ov and all the prophets in the Kingdom of Heaven, but you will be driven outside.People will come from the East, from the West, from the North and from the South, and they will recline in the Kingdom of God.
Take note: there are some of the last who will be first, and the first who will be last."
Luke 13:22-30






The title of this article will allow you to make some honest introspection about your relationship ( or absence of relationship) with Yeshua.


So let me ask you two very important questions:

-do you know Yeshua? I am not speaking about Scriptural knowledge here. I could never insist enough that meeting Yeshua " figuratively", " through a verse" is NOT knowing Him!
I have been searching Yeshua for 49 years, but until He encountered my path, back in 2014, I had no idea about WHO Yeshua actually was. Most of my beliefs were conditioned by some assumptions about who Yeshua might be, but they had no real foundation. I knew that Yeshua was kind, but at the time, I was avoiding coming too close to Him, because I feared His judgment. I knew that I hadn't always done good in my life and didn't want His Command upon me. In short, I didn't want Yeshua to have total control of my life...
To be sure that you actually know Yeshua our Lord, you MUST have experienced Him. I am not saying that everybody will be given the same manifestations our Messiah granted me. Each relationship with Yeshua is different and He will manifest Himself to you in a way you can bear-given the condition that you truly do have a relationship with Him.
To be able to encounter Yeshua, you MUST repent of your sins.
The same rule prevails for Jew and Gentile, king or tramp. Make sure that you made a sincere Teshuva before Him!

The second very important point is that, having done your Teshuva ( repentance), you will be willing to correct your ways and give up sinning ( no matter how gradually you are doing it, as long as you show good will before our Messiah).

- so now my second question is: does Yeshua know you? 



Yeshua states:



"My Tzon ( flock) hear my voice and I have daas ( daath=knowledge in Hebrew) of them and they follow me. And I give them Chayyei Olam (Eternal Life) and they will never perish- and no one will snatch them out of my hand." John 10-27-30

Some people may burst out in laughing and tell me: "Of course Yeshua knows me. He knows everybody intimately."
Yes, this is actually true.
But does Yeshua know you in the sense that He actually recognizes you as a TRUE and COMMITTED disciple?
This is where you have to be checking seriously the very core of your motivations! Be honest with yourself. It is never too late to adjust your ways.

The ones Yeshua has a true knowledge of are the ones who LISTEN to His voice!
Listening to Yeshua's voice is obeying His Command.






Whose voice are you listening too? Whose teachings is your ear attentive to?
Is your heart filled with kindness?

Note that in Luke Chapter 13, Yeshua makes a clear mention of the Patriarchs and of the Prophets. This is no coincidence.
The path we are supposed to walk can be found in Torah and all over the Tanach. The Patriachs and the Prophets are our models of a walk in humbleness before Hashem.
Which kind of teachings are you attentive to? Yeshua's teachings are all from the Torah and you are meant to rely on HIM, not on doctrines of men!

Yeshua's grace is immense and He will forgive you when you are acting out of ignorance.
However, once you start having conscience of the truth and of the path you are supposed to walk on, you will be judged more severely if you depart from it.

On a final note, I would like to warn each and everyone to heed a very comforting and diluted version of Yeshua. Yeshua is forgiving, but He is not complacent with sin. Anybody telling you the contrary is LYING to you.

I am about to release "Heart of a Savior" very soon. This book has been written in a prophetic way under Yeshua's supervision. In my latest book Yeshua is warning everybody of tools of mass deception. Many false teachers will attempt to mislead the masses. Have your eyes on Yeshua ONLY. Follow him ONLY!





The most important prerequisites to be a TRUE disciple is to be loving and kind AND to OBEY Yeshua's Command. Yeshua's Command resides within the Torah.
If Yeshua's Spirit resides within you, you will be guided in truth.

May Yeshua, Moschiach King, have mercy upon the lost and guide His flock always!
May He bring as many as possible to Teshuva and to Salvation.

Amen.





Copyright© by Isabelle Esling




Friday, February 17, 2017

The Song of the Sea and how Hashem became the children of Israel's Yeshua

My intent is to deliver you a short commentary on the two first verses of Shirat Hayam, the Song of the Sea (Exodus 15). I confess that my level of Hebrew is not sufficient to allow me to go into a more in depth study of the whole text, but I will share a few insights I received on the first two verses.



The Torah is a book unlike any other, and I was flabbergasted, back in the 90's, when I ordered my first Torah, in plain Hebrew ( I had just begun learning the sacred language and I was just capable to decipher the Aleph Beth like a little baby...): as I went through the pages, I discovered this strange structure of "Shirat Hayam" and I thought to myself: "the Hebrew Bible probably contains more mysteries that I can even conceive".

Examining the first two verses of Exodus 15, Shemot 15, will allow you to understand the link between Hashem's Name in the burning bush " eyeh asher eyeh", that has been so many times, mistranslated and misused as a present. Its actual meaning in Hebrew is: "I will be who I will be".
Does it make a difference? Yes, it does.



First of all, this form of future of "to be" clearly indicates, that as we walk with Hashem, He will become who we need Him to become.

The Song of the Sea also has many Hebrew verbs that are set unto the future and translated as a past. This is no coincidence: it unveils the Torah's uniticy between past, present, and future.
In Hashem's eyes, there is no temporal separation between what we call " past, present and future". We often suffer because we divide time's oneness. "Hashem echad ushmo echad", "Hashem is ONE and His Name is One" is a strong reminder of the Almighty's nature.



"As yashir Moshe ubenei Israel shirat hazot laAdonai"...Moshe and the children of Israel sung, are singing the song and will be singing the Song of the Sea in eternity. This song that glorifies Hashem is a powerful song of liberation. It will be transmitted from generation to generation and Hashem's Name will be exalted, always.



As horse and rider from the Egyptian army are thrown into the sea, the Name of Hashem is exalted.
The God of Israel is a powerful rescuer to the children of Israel, who crossed over the Red Sea.

The second verse of Shemot 15 opens up on a very powerful revelation: The Lord is my strength and my song; He became my Yeshua". We also find the same powerful sentence in the Book of Tehilim, the Book of Psalms- when the word "Salvation" is rendered by  the Name of our Messiah, Yeshua,the eyes of the readers are opened to the our Savior's wonderful guidance and presence among the Benei Israel. Yeshua has always been there and will always be with rhe children of Israel.

May Yeshua guide us always. May we trust Him daily for He is the rescuer who will never let us down. To Him the glory, in eternity.

Moschiach King, come soon, to take us with you!


Copyright© by Isabelle Esling

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Sixth visitation from Heavens



Dear readers,

Yeshua blessed me with a sixth visitation yesterday evening. I have been fortunate to be able to pen it down after it had happened. It was quite late and I was tired, but I found enough energy to share this very short visitation that happened very unexpectedly and that lasted for a very short time like the five first visitations from Yeshua I had before.

May these few words bless you and encourage you to praise Him always, for He is with you, at each moment!




This evening ended up with a beautiful surprise Yeshua had prepared for me.
I am currently in the process of correcting and editing "Heart of a Savior" before submitting it to my publisher. I felt that I needed a break, so I started watching Benny Friedman's video "Ivri anochi" (I am a Hebrew).
I truly enjoyed the music and the original choregraphy, so I played it a second time. I was about to reach the end of the video, clapping hands and raising my hands to the sky, my eyes above, praising Hashem. In the very moment, my tongue was uttering praise, Yeshua made His beautiful Face of compassion visible to me.

His Face resembled very much the Face of the Shroud and it was surrounded with a golden aura of light. Yeshua's skin was tan, yet not dark, much closer to orange ( like sunburnt) and His eyes ( the color of which I am still clueless about) were beautifully almond shaped. 
Yeshua was glancing at me and His Face expressed much kindness and much joy.
Our Lord actually showed me that He was happy about the praise.

The visitation only lasted 30 seconds approximately, like the preceding ones, but my heart was so greatly elated.

May the Lord of our joy bless you all in abundance while you are reading this short report.
May Yeshua's Name be magnified in eternity!



Copyright© by Isabelle Esling

Sunday, February 12, 2017

The notion of judgment in rabbi Yeshua's sayings, a commentary on John 12:44-48 from a Hebrew perspective

Rabbi Yeshua's ( translated) words may be well known from the public, but so often our rabbi's words are also taken out of their original context.
A lot of people are committing BIG mistakes by distorting the very meaning of our Savior's words, especially when it comes to the notion of judgment. I often hear" Yeshua "judged" people, he used to "call them names"-which allows me to judge my brother and sister's sinning ways". If this is your opinion, you are truly overstepping your role. IN NO WAY Yeshua allows you to judge your brother or sister, no matter how much they are anchored in sin!
Yeshua's disputes while pointing out at the Pharisees' errors in applying Torah have wrongly been interpreted by many people as a a form of judgement. Yeshua's intent was clearly to correct mistakes. 


Yeshua's reason for coming into this world

Why has Yeshua been sent into this world? The response is in Matthew 1:20-21. This is what the angel said to Yosef, Yeshua's adoptive father:


"Yosef, son of David! Do not be afraid to take Miryam, your wife, for what has been formed within her is from the Holy Spirit.
She is giving birth to a son and you are to name him Yeshua because he will save his people from their sins." Matthew 1:20-21 Hebrew Delitzsch Gospels







Yeshua means Salvation. Yeshua was sent by the Father to save mankind. This is His purpose.


If you think that Yeshua was " calling Pharisees names", because He was judging them, you got it completely wrong. Yeshua's discussions with the Pharisees are merely rabbinical discussions. They are an expression of tough love. What Yeshua actually condemns is their hypocritical practice of Torah...He is inviting them to correct their ways.



Be merciful just as your Father is merciful


Still not convinced? This is what Yeshua our Master teaches about judgment in Luke, Chapter 6, verses 36 and  37:

"Be MERCIFUL, just as your Father is merciful".

First of all, Yeshua is inviting us to be merciful. The word for mercy in Hebrew is rachem, which implies deep compassion, in the same way a mother would love her unborn child in her womb. You are invited to use mercies towards your brothers and sisters.
Yeshua then goes on:

"Do not judge and you will not be judged.
Do not condemn and you will not be condemned.
Forgive and you will be forgiven."

If you abstain from judging others by pointing an accusatory finger at them, our Father will not judge you either. If you are merciful in your approached you will be treated with compassions. Finally the forgiveness of your own heart will unlock Hashem's forgiveness towards you.

The parable of the speck and log is an invitation to prudence in your way of treating others. Yes, you should abstain judgment and leave all judgment to the Father.

Here is WHY.

In John, Chapter 12, verses 44 to 48, Yeshua totally clarifies the reasons why you should refrain from being judgmental:

The one who believes in me does not believe in me, but in the one who sent me.
I have come to the world to be light so that everyone who believes in me will not dwell in darkness. The one who hears my words and does not keep them-it is not I that will judge them ( in Hebrew, it is written in the singular, "ani lo michpat oto"), because I have not come to judge the world, but to save the world ( "lo baiti lichpot at haolam ki im lehoshya at haolam")

For anybody who scorns me and does not accept my sayings, there is one who will judge him ( yesh echad asher yadin), the word I have spoken will judge him on the last day ( "Yom haacharon"- or "Yom hadin")

Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels


While Yeshua clearly points out His mission of Salvation, He also puts an emphasis on His Oneness with the Father. He is the One, the Moshiach King sent by the Father. Who obeys His word is obeying the Father.
We must be obedient in listening and applying Yeshua's words, because these words will justify us-or not on the last day.

Note that Yeshua uses two different words "michpat" and " din" for judgment. These words are of equivalent meaning and point at judging, executing judgment, governing.
There are numerous examples of the same use of the notion of judgment in the Tanach:

In Zephaniah 3:15, we find the word " michpat" in the form " michpateich", your judgments

"The Lord had taken your judgments away":

 הֵסִיר יְהוָה מִשְׁפָּטַיִךְ

"And He will judge the world in righteousness, He will minister judgment to the people with equity." Psalm 9:8

Here we have "yadin", judge, in Hebrew:

 וְהוּא, יִשְׁפֹּט-תֵּבֵל בְּצֶדֶק;    יָדִין לְאֻמִּים, בְּמֵישָׁרִי

Actually, who has the power to execute a sentence in full righteousness, but Hashem?

Therefore, we should heed our ways and walk very humbly before His Face. Our first obligation is to examine ourselves and to correct our path-and this is DAILY.


Beware the "Yom Haacharon" or "Yom hadin", the last Day or Day of the Judgement

You and me, or any other human being who has ever lived on this planet, if we are to be weighed before the Almighty, all of us will be found TOO LIGHT on the balance. None of our deeds will ever justify us. Only one thing will make our balance worthy: the blood of Yeshua, and His blood only will justify us when we will be presented before the Heavenly throne.


Knowing this, we should use a lot of modesty in our walk with Hashem. Our Teshuva ( repentance) shouldn't be just the tears of regret that we shed on the very day of our Salvation. Our Teshuva should be a continuous work and we should examine our actions daily.

We are supposed to correct ourselves daily, which leaves less space for critics towards others.
On a sidenote, this walk of permanent Teshuva also exists in Hassidic teachings.




May Yeshua be our model of humility in our everyday life!
Amen.


Copyright© by Isabelle Esling


Thursday, February 9, 2017

Benny Friedman - Toda! The Music Video - בני פרידמן | תודה

He's Coming Soon (Hebrew & English) Sea of Galilee, Israel Music Video

Five visitations

During the last three years, Yeshua granted me 5 visitations. I am so grateful Yeshua manifested Himself to me. All of His visitations were so short, so sudden and so unexpected...it is very difficult to express these experiences in words, but I summarized them in my three books: An Encounter with Yeshua, An Encounter with Yeshua, the Sequel and Heart of a Savior ( that I completed recently....the book is in the process of being corrected and edited before I send it to my publisher.)

Despite the shortness of Yeshua's visits, I could barely forget our Savior's Face's traits, and more specifically, His smile and the kindness that emanates from His whole being.
Yeshua is love in its purest dimension. Praised be He, forever and ever!


This picture is quite close to the Face I have seen during my first visitation. The second picture corresponds to my second visitation. The only difference is that He was giving me a very warm smile during my two first visitations.


Spiritual sight opening ( First visitation: “An Encounter with Yeshua”)

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.

Second visitation ( An Encounter with Yeshua, the Sequel)



"He who has my commandments and keeps them, it is he who loves me. He will be loved by my Father and I will love him and manifest myself to Him."

John 14:21


After a good night of rest, I woke up with a wonderful sense of peace. Yeshua was welcoming me so warmly in the presence of the Spirit. It was really reassuring after being confronted with people who rejected the Truth.
I knew in this moment that I had made the right choice in obeying Yeshua's command. As I stepped out, Yeshua spoke to me :
« I forgive ignorance, but people have to recover from their ignorance, because there comes a time when it will be too late. »
I looked up to the sun and in this very moment, as I expected it least, the Son of Man was standing here, a few meters above me. His head was covered and He was wearing a white robe. His skin was tan. He was looking at me with a warm smile on His Face. He had pretty much the same appearance that He had on His first visit, in November 2014.
My vision only lasted a few seconds but Yeshua's presence was felt very strong.
Yeshua spoke to me :
« Why are you so surprised to see me, my child ? I am THAT CLOSE to you. You must expect to see me.
Do you remember how many times you requested to see me again, and even in tears ?
Now that I am before you, why are you so much surprised ?
Beloved, you'll see more, gradually. Have trust. I am preparing you. »


From "Heart of a Savior"

Yeshua blessed me with a third visitation



Just as I was writing the article about prophets and prophecy, I was blessed with a third visitation from Yeshua. It all happened so fast and unexpectedly...I wasn't supposed to go on with writing after completing my article, but my desire to share Yeshua's love with you all is much greater. This is how Yeshua makes me feel right now: loved beyond measure.

Before speaking about the visitation itself, I'd like to share with you what I experienced this afternoon while walking outside.
I have developed, through the months, a real affection with the Hebrew language. I was drawn to singing the specific verse 5 of Psalm 23, in Hebrew. I repeated the second part of verse 5, while chanting: "dishanta bashemen roshi kossi revaya." (You anoint my head with oil, my cup overflows).
I let the words resonate and penetrate deeply into me and a strong vision imposed itself before my eyes: I saw a big cup before my eyes, but it was filled with grape juice. I heard the words: "kossi yeshuati", the cup of my Salvation...It became clear to me that the blessing mentioned in Psalm 23 was intimately linked with our Messiah's sacrifice of love.

I thanked Yeshua, over and over again, for His immense love.

As I went back home, I was pushed to write an article about prophets and prophecy.

While writing it, I intended to make a little pause. I put my hand onto my heart and said:
"Lord, I love you."
I was about to get up from my sofa and glanced upwards. I then saw Yeshua standing above me. This time, our Lord had His hair loose and He was wearing a very white, shiny robe that had a belt on it.

Yeshua was looking at me...I was just in total awe...I then addressed our Lord telepathically: "Lord is this really you?"
Without using His voice, Yeshua answered to me: "my daughter, why are you so surprised again to see me?"

I am feeling so loved and this love I want to share with you.

God bless you all.


Meeting Yeshua’s loving eyes (Heart of a Savior, p. 80)


I had just finished a quite long day. I was about to close my computer and to prepare for the night when I saw Yeshua looking down on me. I just miraculously crossed His glance, in a very natural way. Yeshua our Savior has just allowed me to look into His eyes and my heart was filled with peace. His peace, the Shalom of His Spirit had come down into my soul.
Everything was in order, “beseder”, as the Hebrews would say. I cannot explain this feeling, but bathing into Yeshua’s eyes made everything fall into place.

Today has been a beautiful day, a truth-seeker has just invited Yeshua into his heart. The man was so happy that he wanted to shout out his joy to the whole world! Heaven rejoiced and my magnificent Savior concluded this amazing journey by granting me a deep look into His eyes.

This is now the fourth time Yeshua makes Himself visible to my eyes. I am truly blessed. Although the way He appears to me is very different every time it occurs to me, my soul instantly recognizes the One I love.

There is so much joy and so much peace in Yeshua's wonderful presence.
You might ask what Yeshua resembled this time. I raised my eyes upwards and
my sight was opened. Our Savior was dressed in white and had His dark brown hair loose. But what is really remarkable this time is that I was drawn into his eyes quite immediately. Without trembling, in a very fearless manner, Yeshua let me plunge my eyes into His. I am still unable to define His eye color. All I can say is that our Lord and Savior's eyes look like a deep ocean of kindness.
Looking at Him is the greatest blessing for the soul.
Through His exquisite eyes, I visited the immensity of His heart and for that I am so grateful.

A fifth visitation by our Savior (Heart of a Savior)


Yeshua's visitations are always very unexpected. I was relaxing at home after dinner. I decided to view the “Shalom Aleichem” video I had discovered a few days earlier. This very anointed video made impression on me. While I was listening to the song, my soul went deep into adoration of the Most High.
The second after I raised my head and glanced at the wall.
My eyes contemplated the Face of the King of the Kings whose traits and long hair I could distinguish. Yeshua's head was surrounded with a big halo of light I had never seen before. Yeshua's majesty was summarized in all details of what He let me contemplate of Him.
Holy is our Lord and His holiness is present in each of the visitations He grants me. Oh reader, join me in high praise, as the words flow out of my mouth.
Glory to Yeshua, the King of the Kings, who reigns for ever and ever!”

Copyright© by Isabelle Esling



Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Our rabbi's astonishing Hebrew wordplays: reading the signs of times, a commentary on Matthew 24:32

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"And from the fig tree, learn this parable, when its branch is lush and leaves sprout, you know that Summer is near. So you too when you see all these things, know that He is close to the entrance."

Matthew 24:32-33 Hebrew Delitzsch Gospels



Yeshua our Messiah is a child of the Hebrews and the most amazing teacher of Torah one could find. 
If you are not convinced yet, the following article will allow you to understand how useful it is to understand the Hebrew language. You will see how rabbi Yeshua uses the holy language to enlighten subtle wordplays.

What is the common point between a fig tree, Summer, Torah and Moschiach's second coming? Let Yeshua tell you!


וּמִן־הַתְּאֵנָה לִמְדוּ אֶת־הַמָּשָׁל הַזֶּה כַּאֲשֶׁר יִרְטַב עֲנָפָהּ וּפָרְחוּ עָלֶיהָ יְדַעְתֶּם כִּי קָרוֹב הַקָּיִץ׃



A simple reading of the English text of Matthew 24:32 will not reveal you Yeshua's wordplays. A reading of the Hebrew version will allow you to link very symbolic words that belong to Hebrew culture together.
I borrowed the verse above from the Sar Shalom website.  The verse begins with  "umin ha teena limdu"..."and from the fig we learn"...The fig is a very powerful symbol. It is linked with the tree of knowledge ( ets hadaat) and, thus, with Torah study, but also with the nation of Israel.


It is precisely when Yeshua stated "Before Philip called you, when you were under the fig tree, I saw you", that Bar Timai aka Nathanel recognized Yeshua as the Messiah of Israel.

But there is even more! I didn't expect to find what I actually discovered.

Yeshua's teachings are very subtle.

To describe the Summer while pointing at His Second Coming, Yeshua uses the Hebrew word ( הַקָּיִץ) hakayitz, the Summer, that is phonetically very close to the word (קץ) that carries the meaning of "end".
The following website is also teaching us that (קָּיִץ) is also used for Summer fruits, more specifically FIGS.

This detail is of importance, as it links end times directly with the symbolism of the fig. 

When our Messiah returns, He will VALIDATE Torah.

This has also been confirmed in rabbi Kaduri's prophecy that contains our Messiah's hidden name ( the long form of Yeshua: Yehoshua)



Yarim Ha’Am Veyokhiakh Shedvaro Vetorato Omdim
ירים העם ויוכיח שדברו ותורתו עומדים

There is no Messiah outside of Torah. Whoever says otherwise has been fooled by false and distorted teachings. A lot of eyes are being currently opened. Jews and Gentiles are united through the fig tree (Torah) in our wonderful Messiah. 
Maranatha.

Copyright© by Isabelle Esling