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King of Kings / Melech malchei Hamelachim / מלך מלכי המלכים



Shalom Friends,

I hope you are having a good week so far!

In Revelation 19:11-16 we read about this vision given to Yochanan (John):

11 Next I saw heaven opened, and there before me was a white horse. Sitting on it was the one called Faithful and True, and it is in righteousness that he passes judgment and goes to battle. 
12 His eyes were like a fiery flame, and on his head were many royal crowns. And he had a name written which no one knew but himself. 
13 He was wearing a robe that had been soaked in blood, and the name by which he is called is, “THE WORD OF GOD.” 
14 The armies of heaven, clothed in fine linen, white and pure, were following him on white horses. 
15 And out of his mouth comes a sharp sword with which to strike down nations – “He will rule them with a staff of iron.”c It is he who treads the winepress from which flows the wine of the furious rage of ADONAI, God of heaven’s armies. 
16 And on his robe and on his thigh he has a name written: KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS.


What a spectacular vision that was given to Yochanan.

Although Yochanan recorded this vision in words, words can’t truly describe this glorious sight of the King of Kings. When we read this, just picture it in your own mind: Yeshua, the King of Kings in action with the Armies of Heaven!

The vision also shows the various names of Yeshua: Faithful and True, a name written which no one knew but himself ( thus, a special name reserved only for the King of Kings), THE WORD OF GOD; and the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. By reading this, we get better insight into who Yeshua really is. We are learning His names, His purpose, features and characteristics.

In John 14:7 Yeshua also told us that if we know Him, we also know the Father and we’ve seen Him.  We don’t get a better view of Yeshua than this vision in Revelation 19:11-16.

As we get to know Him more by reading the Word of God together, we should remember to always give thanks for His grace continues forever (Psalm 136:3; 1 Thessalonians 5:18).

We should give thanks not only for our life, the good but also the bad, the tears, the laughter and the hard times.

Now, let’s listen to the song Melech malchei Hamelachim  /  מלך מלכי המלכים / King of all Kings

As a final thought, I’d wanted to re-blog these blog posts that are definitively worthwhile reading:

All glory to Yeshua, the King of Kings!



Words to the song:

סלח לי אבי כי חטאתי לך

Slach li avi ki khatati lekha

Forgive me Father for I have sinned against you

מחול לי על כל פשעי

Machol li al kol peshai You have forgiven me of my guilt

גם בימים ששכחתי אותך

Gam b’yamim shshkachti otcha

Also in the days that I forgot you

היית תמיד בחיי

Hayita tamid bechayay

You were always in my life

בכל הדרכים שהלכתי בעצם

Bechol haderachim shehalakti beetsem

In each and every path I took

היית לי נר לרגליי

Hayita li ner leraglai

You were a light to my feet

הייתי עיוור לא ראיתי מעבר

Hayiti iver lo rayiti meever

I was blind and I could not see beyond

למה שהביטו עיניי

Lemah shehibitu aynai

What my eyes beheld

מלך מלכי המלכים תודה על חיים

Melech malchei Hamelachim todah al hayim

King of all Kings thank-you for life

על אושר על בכי על צחוק

Al osher al bechi al tschok

For happiness for tears and for laughter

גם שקשה לפעמים גם אז אלוקים

Gam kshekashe lilamim gam az elokim

Also when it’s hard at times even then Lord

אתה לעולם לא רחוק

Ata leolam lo rachok

You are never far away


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Re-blogged: The Birth of the Male Child

Revelation 12:1-6 The End Times In my last post, we explored Revelation 11:15-19 dealing with the Seventh Shofar. In this post, we begin to explore Revelation 12 by unpacking verses 1-6, The Birth of the Male Child. “Now a great sign was seen in heaven — a woman clothed with the sun, under her feet […]

via The Birth of the Male Child — My Heart is for Israel

I recommend reading this series of blog posts on the Book of Revelation from the blog My Heart is for Israel.


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118 תְּהִלִּים /Tehillim / Psalm / Псалтирь 118



Psalm 118: 5, 21, 17, 22, 28

Min hameitzar karati Yah
Anani vamerchav Yah

Odecha ki anitani
Vatehi li liy’shu’a
Vatehi li liy’shu’a

Lo amut ki echye
Va’asaper ma’asei Yah

Even ma’asu habonim
Hayta lerosh pina

Eli ata ve’odecha
Elohai aromemecha
מילים: תהילים קי”ח 5, 21, 17, 22, 28

‎מִן-הַמֵּצַר, קָרָאתִי יָּהּ;    עָנָנִי בַמֶּרְחָב יָהּ.
‎אוֹדְךָ, כִּי עֲנִיתָנִי;    וַתְּהִי-לִי, לִישׁוּעָה.
‎לֹא-אָמוּת כִּי-אֶחְיֶה;    וַאֲסַפֵּר, מַעֲשֵׂי יָהּ.
‎אֶבֶן, מָאֲסוּ הַבּוֹנִים–    הָיְתָה, לְרֹאשׁ פִּנָּה.
‎אֵלִי אַתָּה וְאוֹדֶךָּ;    אֱלֹהַי, אֲרוֹמְמֶךָּ

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Exodus 15-6: “Your right hand, ADONAI, is sublimely powerful;”

Let’s praise ADONAI, our SALVATION!

Exodus 15: “Then Moshe and the people of Isra’el sang this song to Adonai:

“I will sing to Adonai, for he is highly exalted:
the horse and its rider he threw in the sea.

Yah is my strength and my song,
and he has become my salvation.
This is my God: I will glorify him;
my father’s God: I will exalt him.
Adonai is a warrior;
Adonai is his name.



Pharaoh’s chariots and his army
he hurled into the sea.
His elite commanders
were drowned in the Sea of Suf.
The deep waters covered them;
they sank to the depths like a stone.

Your right hand, Adonai, is sublimely powerful;
your right hand, Adonai, shatters the foe.
By your great majesty you bring down your enemies;
you send out your wrath to consume them like stubble.”


Praise ADONAI! Your Right Hand is Powerful! Praise Yeshua, our King, our Salvation!


Our King is returning soon!


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121 תְּהִלִּים /Tehillim / Psalm / Псалтирь 121

(0) A song of ascents:

(1) If I raise my eyes to the hills,
from where will my help come?
My help comes from Adonai,
the maker of heaven and earth.
He will not let your foot slip —
your guardian is not asleep.
No, the guardian of Isra’el
never slumbers or sleeps.

Adonai is your guardian; at your right hand
Adonai provides you with shade —
the sun can’t strike you during the day
or even the moon at night.

Adonai will guard you against all harm;
he will guard your life.
Adonai will guard your coming and going
from now on and forever.


אשִׁיר לַמַּעֲלוֹת אֶשָּׂא עֵינַי אֶל הֶהָרִים מֵאַיִן יָבֹא עֶזְרִי

בעֶזְרִי מֵעִם יְהֹוָה עֹשֵׂה שָׁמַיִם וָאָרֶץ:

גאַל יִתֵּן לַמּוֹט רַגְלֶךָ אַל יָנוּם שֹׁמְרֶךָ:

דהִנֵּה לֹא יָנוּם וְלֹא יִישָׁן שׁוֹמֵר יִשְׂרָאֵל

היְהֹוָה שֹׁמְרֶךָ יְהֹוָה צִלְּךָ עַל יַד יְמִינֶךָ

ויוֹמָם הַשֶּׁמֶשׁ לֹא יַכֶּכָּה וְיָרֵחַ בַּלָּיְלָה

זיְהֹוָה יִשְׁמָרְךָ מִכָּל רָע יִשְׁמֹר אֶת נַפְשֶׁךָ

חיְהֹוָה יִשְׁמָר צֵאתְךָ וּבוֹאֶךָ מֵעַתָּה וְעַד עוֹלָם:


The Word of God says · This Shabbat

Shabbat Shalom 29th of Sh’vat, 5777

Shabbat Shalom, Friends!

This Shabbat I’m reading about the brilliance of EL SHADDAI as revealed to Ezekiel in chapter 1. ADONAI is a consuming fire (Deuteronomy 4:24; Hebrews 12:29), Who gives light and eternal life. This life is in his Son, Yeshua Mashiach, Melech Yisrael! ( 1 John 5).

Ezekiel 1 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)

In the thirtieth year, on the fifth day of the fourth month, while I was among the exiles by the K’var River, the heavens were opened, and I saw visions of God. On the fifth day of the month, which was during the fifth year of King Y’hoyakhin’s exile, the word of Adonai came to the cohen Yechezk’el son of Buzi, in the land of the Kasdim by the K’var River; there the hand of Adonai was on him.

I looked and saw a windy storm approaching from the north and a huge cloud with flashing fire, glowing brightly all around with the color of gleaming amber from within the fire. Inside, there appeared to be four living creatures that looked like human beings; but each one had four faces and four wings. Their legs were straight, with feet like calves’ hoofs. They glittered like burnished bronze. Beneath their wings they had human hands on their four sides. The four of them had faces and wings as follows: they touched one another with their wings; they did not turn when they moved, but each one moved straight forward; 10 as for the appearance of their faces, they had human faces [in front], each of the four had a lion’s face on the right, each of the four had a bull’s face on the left, and each of the four had an eagle’s face [toward the rear] — 11 thus their faces. As for their wings, each had two that stretched upward and joined those of others, and two more that covered their bodies. 12 Each [living creature] moved in the direction of any of its faces; in whichever direction the spirit wanted to go, they went, without turning as they moved — 13 thus the appearance of the living creatures.

With them was something that looked like fiery coals burning the way torches do, with the fire flashing here and there between the living creatures; the fire had a brilliance, and out of the fire went lightning. 14 The living creatures kept speeding here and there like flashes of lightning.

15 As I gazed at the living creatures, I saw wheels on the ground, one next to each of the four-faced living creatures. 16 All four wheels looked the same: their inner parts gleamed like beryl, and their structure seemed to be that of a wheel inside a wheel. 17 When they moved, they could go in any of the four directions without turning as they moved. 18 Their rims were tall and fearsome, because the rims of all four were full of eyes all around. 19 When the living creatures moved, the wheels moved along with them; and when the creatures were lifted off the ground, the wheels went with them. 20 Wherever the spirit was to go, they went, in the direction the spirit wanted to go. The wheels were lifted up next to them, because the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels. 21 When [the living creatures] moved, [the wheels] moved; when the former stood still, the latter stood still; and when the former were lifted off the ground, the wheels were lifted up next to them; because the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels.

22 Over the heads of the living creatures was what appeared to be a dome glittering like ice; it was awesome, spread out over their heads, above them. 23 Under the dome each had a pair of wings spread out straight toward those of others, and each had a pair which covered his body. 24 I heard the sound of their wings when they moved; it was like the sound of rushing water, like the voice of Shaddai, like the noise of a tumultuous crowd or army. When they stopped, they lowered their wings. 25 Whenever there was a sound from above the dome over their heads, they stopped and lowered their wings.

26 Above the dome that was over their heads was something like a throne that looked like a sapphire. On it, above it, was what appeared to be a person. 27 I saw what looked like gleaming, amber-colored fire radiating from what appeared to be his waist upward. Downward from what appeared to be his waist, I saw what looked like fire, giving a brilliant light all around him28 This brilliance around him looked like a rainbow in a cloud on a rainy day. This was how the appearance of the glory of Adonai looked. When I saw it, I fell on my face, and I heard the voice of someone speaking.


The Word of God says · This Shabbat

Tehillim / Psalm 91

This Shabbat I’m reading Tehillim / Psalm 91.

Shabbat Shalom, friends!

As we are walking with Adonai i.e having a relationship with the Almighty Living God of Israel, we have also found shelter; a dwelling place in Adonai. This dwelling place offers protection as well as a place to speak to Adonai, in the name of Yeshua through prayer. Even-though, we are living in an ever-increasing dark world, we don’t have to fear for no disaster will happen to us and Adonai will answer us when we speak to Him.

Furthermore, Adonai says in Verse 16, He will show us His salvation. The Hebrew word for “salvation” in Verse 16 is בִּישׁוּעָתִי -B’Yeshuati. Adonai keeps His promises and we receive salvation through Yeshua   (ישׁוּעָ) who is the Mashiach and King of Israel.

There have been rocket attacks on Israel from the Sinai Desert in recent weeks. Please pray for the protection of Israelis and people affected by conflict.


Tehillim 91 (Complete Jewish Bible version)

1 You who live in the shelter of ‘Elyon, who spend your nights in the shadow of Shaddai,

2 who say to ADONAI, “My refuge! My fortress! My God, in whom I trust!”

3 he will rescue you from the trap of the hunter and from the plague of calamities;

4 he will cover you with his pinions, and under his wings you will find refuge; his truth is a shield and protection.

5 You will not fear the terrors of night or the arrow that flies by day,

6 or the plague that roams in the dark, or the scourge that wreaks havoc at noon.

7 A thousand may fall at your side, ten thousand at your right hand; but it won’t come near you.

8 Only keep your eyes open, and you will see how the wicked are punished.

9 For you have made ADONAI, the Most High, who is my refuge, your dwelling-place.

10 No disaster will happen to you, no calamity will come near your tent;

11 for he will order his angels to care for you and guard you wherever you go.

12They will carry you in their hands, so that you won’t trip on a stone.

13 You will tread down lions and snakes, young lions and serpents you will trample underfoot.

14 “Because he loves me, I will rescue him; because he knows my name, I will protect him.

15 He will call on me, and I will answer him. I will be with him when he is in trouble. I will extricate him and bring him honor.

16 I will satisfy him with long life and show him my salvation.”


The Word of God says · This Shabbat

Walking with ADONAI

Shabbat Shalom, friends!

This week, I’m reading about walking with the God of Israel. In Genesis 5:21 to 24, we read about Hanokh (Enoch) who was 65 years at the time when he fathered his first born Metushelach. Then he walked with God 300 years and had other sons and daughters. Hanokh lived a total of 365 years and then “he wasn’t there, because God took him”.

Although, this section about Hanokh’s life is only a couple of verses, it really points to the essence of how our relationship with Adonai should be. We should walk with God, instead of following man-made religious rules and procedures that only pull us away from Adonai. Thus, we should trust  (Hebrews 11:5) and walk with God. The Bible and the Ruach ha Kodesh will show you how to walk with God.

It’s also interesting that Hanokh lived 365 years. The number “365” is obviously the same number as the days in a calendar year.

My conclusion is this: place your trust in Yeshua ha Mashiach, read the Bible and walk with God 365 (everyday).