This Shabbat

Lessons on Prayer from the Life of Sarah

Shalom Friends,

Last Shabbat, Rabbi Lawrence Hirsh from the Beit HaMashiach Congregation, discussed one of the most fundamental principles of prayer, that is to pray in the name of Yeshua, our Messiah. This principle to pray in the name of a person also appears in Genesis 24:12 and is also practiced in Orthodox Judaism. Please note that we, as believers in Yeshua the Messiah, pray in the name of Yeshua, because Yeshua indicated that in Matthew 28:18 CJB “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. And further in John 14:6  Yeshua said, “I AM the Way — and the Truth and the Life; no one comes to the Father except through me. Lawrence also reflect on principles about prayer from both her life.

May Yeshua protect us during these strange times.

Prophetic

Yeled / יֶלֶד / Child

An Israeli child
reaches out with his hands,
in resounding victory
towards the blue and white sky –
towards the bright Morning Star in the heavens
that shines to show the way to Truth and Life
For darkness has been defeated and only Light remains

The people of Israel are back in the Land of Israel
It’s not just a miracle, it is bible prophecy confirmed!

Am Israel Chai / עם ישראל חי

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