27 April 2008
Shalom Kol Yisrael,
The following is a compilation of revelations that the Ruach gave to us this past Shabbat gathering. Woven into the fabric of these revelations is a message for His people.
Hebrew 5:12 For indeed, although by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you again the first elements of the Words of Elohim. And you have become such as need milk and not solid food. We are all to be teachers? Is not this a gift given to select individuals?
1 Kefa (Peter) 2: 12 ……who brought the Good News to you by the Set-apart Spirit sent from heaven – into which messengers long to look into. (emphasis added)
The malakim (angels) are sent among us to observe us and to learn. Every Yisraelite is a teacher to the malakim for they desire to learn of the message of redemption not only for individuals, but for a nation as well. How do they learn from us? When we learn that Y’shua in us makes us more than conquerors through Messiah Y’shua (Rom. 8:37). A message came forth today to experience the “Ehyeh asher ehyeh” or “I shall be that I shall be”. Abba desires for us to encounter Him as our all in all. This is the redemption message the malakim long to look into and desire to learn. For yes, we are all to be teachers and instructors to the malakim in this very thing.
Redeemed Yisrael is called to shine forth the reflection of Y’shua. As Y’shua’s very being radiates His life in and through us we become reflections of Y’shua.
Some in our midst observed a flash several times as the Ruach was ministering. It was as if the malakim were taking pictures of us and desiring to observe these Yisraelites who desired a greater walk with Him.
Our redemption story to the malakim is seen in Ephesians 2: 10 For we are His workmanship, created in Messiah Y’shua for good works, which Elohim prepared before that we would walk in them.
May the Kadosh One of Yisrael manifest Himself to you abundantly in all that you say or do during this festival season.
Shavua Tov Yisrael.
Tzefanyah ben Yochanon
Chazak Chazak v’nitchazek
Let us be strong, let us be strong and let us
strengthen (encourage) one another!