Reflection of Prophecy 15 Nov 18

16 Nov

Working Dates: Thursday, November 15, 2018 to Friday, November 16, 2018
[13 pages]
Lana Vawser: “I am releasing an increase of My fire upon the mouths of many of My prophets that will cause the ancient gates to shake and release the sound “AWAKE! AWAKE!”
1 Samuel 1:9 After they had eaten and drunk at Shiloh, Hannah rose and presented herself before the LORD. Now Eli the priest was sitting on the seat beside the doorpost of the temple of the LORD.
Brat: Yah… Pastor John sits there with his computer, “the doorpost of the temple of the LORD”… He sees…
Revelation 16: 16 Then they gathered the kings together to the place that in Hebrew is called Armageddon.
Breaking Israel News (14 Nov 18): Ask the Rabbis: May Israel Sign a Peace Agreement With Hamas? and Today’s Top Stories
Revelation 16: 17 The seventh angel poured out his bowl into the air, and out of the temple came a loud voice from the throne, saying, “It is done!”
Rabbi Shaul Yosef Leiter: The Maggid said, “This was hinted at in the words of Yitzchak Avinu (our father) – ‘The voice is the voice of Yaakov and the hands are the hands of Eisav.’ (Bereishit 27:22). While dealing with the “voice” in prayer, then the Jews behave like Jews, Kol Yaakov (the voice of Yaakov), but when it comes to material matters, they suddenly embrace the ‘hands of Eisav’ and are willing to hurt each other. “ (Sichat HaShavua #1455)
Liza Neal: Yet when clergy stood with only prayer and hymns in the face of screaming, spitting, armed white supremacists, their inner nature shone. The outer nature of fear was revealed to be a waste in the face of their courage and love.
Sarah Yehudit Schneider (in “Serve” 8 Nov 18): For example, on our collective lifeline, the prophesies all predict an awful “War of Gog and Magog” that must proceed the messianic end of days. It is possible for that to be a physical war with guns, tanks, bombs and gore. But it could also play out on the inner planes as a media war, or a psychic war, or a spiritual war. Similarly for an individual. The Talmud brings the example of one who is born under the astrological sign of Mars which means he’s destined to be a “spiller of blood.” Yet, says the Talmud, he could be… a murderer, a butcher, or a mohel (circumciser). These are three (very different) lots-in-life that emerge at the interface between choice and destiny.
Liza Neal: Lately losing heart is a daily struggle. With each news story, each vicious exchange over social media or in the government, each incidence of hatred and violence, each lessening of environmental protections, it gets a little harder to keep heart.
Ezekiel 38:2 “Son of man, set your face against Gog, of the land of Magog, the chief prince of Meshek and Tubal; prophesy against him
Brian Shankman (12 Nov 18): A message from Israel, as the rockets are falling
Brat: God! Stop this!! You said, “It is done!” If the kings are gathered together, then how can they be firing rockets? They are not together, they are far off. Michael, INTERVENE!
Breaking Israel News (12 Nov 18): IDF: A Special Army Preparing for Gog and Magog
Daniel 12:1 “At that time Michael, the great prince, the protector of your people, shall arise. There shall be a time of anguish, such as has never occurred since nations first came into existence. But at that time your people shall be delivered, everyone who is found written in the book.
Rabbi YY Jacobson: People hate what they don’t understand. They recoil from that which they can’t wrap their brains around; they fear that which they can’t conquer; they loath that which they can’t control. I appreciate, love and enjoy that which I can assimilate into the modalities and structures of my identity, fit into my “box.” When I am faced with a reality that defies my comfort zone, it triggers deep unrest in me, it scares and overwhelms me. It raddles everything I came to “know” about myself. It makes me feel vulnerable, it forces me to give up control, it informs me of how much I have been blacking out of my system in order to survive. So what do I do? I hate it! That allows me to ignore it and move on. The resistance, in the form of hate, allows me to ignore truth.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Because all these things are true, it is clear that we have responsibilities as Christians to Israel and the Jewish people since we share in “their spiritual things” (Romans 15:27). In short, we should bless what God is blessing and work where God is working. Our God is working in all the earth, but He is doing mighty and wondrous things in Israel.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): I’ve prayed, confronted, cajoled, gone “outside the box,” brought in humor, cried, tried to show how their mistreatment affects me, and even tried to show how their mistreatment affects the Church, and still the behaviors don’t change.
Lana Vawser: The King of Glory is stepping in!!!
John-Paul and Annie Deddens (14 Nov 18): The Christ the King Novena begins tomorrow!
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Israel’s modern-day restoration constitutes a platform by which the Son of God will return to the earth in power and great glory (Matthew 24:30). The psalmist wrote that there would come a time when the Lord would “build up Zion” and then “appear in His glory” (Psalm 102:16–17). This time is upon us—yes, the time has come, or has been fulfilled, and the Son of God will shortly come as King to His people.
Elizabeth Tiam-Fook: Lastly, the culture of family and covenant should be the basis for successful running together in the prophetic. If we don’t understand the culture of honor in the concept of family, we will see betrayal, end up hurting each other and the Kingdom work won’t be advanced. I believe God is raising up prophetic leaders who are going to overthrow the “celebrity mindset” in the prophetic movement, activating each one to do their part which will restore the family component and culture of honor. This family dynamic will cause us to carry honor for each other and for the mothers and fathers. We are in some of the greatest days to see generations of prophets running together.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Israel’s modern restoration has taken place because God has fully honored and fulfilled His undertakings to the nation given in the Abrahamic Covenant. The prophetic portions of Scripture confirm these and date them so that we have no excuse in terms of recognizing the hand of God in her national destiny.
Revelation 20:9 They marched across the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of God’s people, the city he loves. But fire came down from heaven and devoured them.
Angie Stolba (12 Nov 18): Things Are Coming to a Head!
Elizabeth Tiam-Fook: A burden was starting to form in my heart for generations of leaders to “run together.” I would weep as the stories continued through the years. I decided that I wanted to be a part of the answer, so I started dialogging with older leaders about what they “liked” and “disliked” in the next generation of leaders. Some leaders had really valid concerns, but for the most part I saw leaders who genuinely wanted to run with the next generation.
Liza Neal: Paul also lived in challenging times: an empire occupying his homeland, time spent in and out of prison, and no sign of Jesus’ return. Yet his letters are full of encouragement not to lose heart.
Lana Vawser: I want to encourage you in these divine upgrades the Lord is releasing, to guard your heart. For the Lord showed me that a spirit of jealousy will attempt to come against the divine upgrades He is releasing. That out of wounding and the lack of revelation of sonship, identity and His goodness, that many moving into these upgrades could find opposition from fellow brothers and sisters.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): I’m sore. I hurt. I can’t muster up encouragement inside of myself for a calling going nowhere, and God seems very far away. Not for the first time today, I’ve wondered if someone laid a heavy judgement on me (not God.)
Lana Vawser: Friends if this happens, pray for them, bless them (Luke 6:28), pray that the love of Jesus would engulf them and deeper encounters for them regarding their identity in Christ.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Paul tells us that God has not forsaken His people (Romans 11:1, 11) and He has not abandoned the calling that He placed over them through Abraham 4,000 years ago (Romans 11:29). He has faithfully fulfilled all His promises to them, and Israel’s seventieth anniversary brings this into focus. Consequently, according to the apostle Paul, this means that we should:
1. Resist the notion that He has abandoned them (Romans 11:11)
2. Resist anti-Semitism (Romans 11:20–22)
3. Resist pride and arrogance (Romans 11:18)
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): The wind has finally stopped this evening. With the dead calm loiters suspicion. I can’t shake it. The Funny Bunnies and I have too long a history for me to pull out the oars and assume their leopard spots would change. I want to pray for them, but I don’t know what to pray. Lord, would You please pray for them? I’m at the end of my rope (or oars.) One time when the disciples were exhausted from rowing all night, You showed up and immediately pushed them to the shore.
John 6: 16 When evening came, his disciples went down to the lake, 17 where they got into a boat and set off across the lake for Capernaum. By now it was dark, and Jesus had not yet joined them. 18 A strong wind was blowing and the waters grew rough. 19 When they had rowed about three or four miles, they saw Jesus approaching the boat, walking on the water; and they were frightened. 20 But he said to them, “It is I; don’t be afraid.” 21 Then they were willing to take him into the boat, and immediately the boat reached the shore where they were heading.
Lana Vawser: “Don’t fight the direction! Don’t fight the rearranging, for great favour and upgrade is falling upon these new directions and assignments.”
Matthew 24: 21 For then there will be great distress, unequaled from the beginning of the world until now—and never to be equaled again.
Liza Neal: “Our inner nature is being renewed day by day,” he wrote. Not at the end of time, but each day, right now. Despite the waste that erodes our outer nature—greed, cruelty, judgment, sin—our inner nature is continually renewed with hope, joy, love, grace.
Rabbi YY Jacobson: Leah is derived from the Hebrew word “nileh,” or “leuit,” exhaustion. She embodies an infinite depth that tires us out—it perplexes, confuses and overwhelms us. Leah rattles our conscious psyche. She has no filter. We don’t “see” Leah; we are just made uncomfortable by her. You can’t see your unconscious. Your finite eyes can’t reach it. You can just get shaken by it, because you never “have it;” it has you.
Hebrews 10:33 Sometimes you were publicly exposed to insult and persecution; at other times you stood side by side with those who were so treated.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Amos, that remarkable “shepherd prophet” (Amos 7:14–15), wrote of Israel’s trials and tribulations in terms of judgment and exile. But he also saw a day, by the hand of God, when she would return to her ancient homeland never to be “plucked up again” (Amos 9:13–15). This is no reference to the return from Babylon, as the nation was “plucked up again” in AD 70. Rather, it is a prophetic picture of our day. God has fulfilled His promises before our very eyes. He is the friend of Abraham, and thus, a God of fulfillment.
Rabbi YY Jacobson: How do you encounter Leah? Never consciously. Jacob can’t enter into a relationship with Leah by choice. Leah always surprises us. It is not something we get ready for—because that which we prepare ourselves for is always a reflection of our own aspirations and expectations. Leah represents the parts of yourself that you do not “know” in a systematic way. It enters into your life unconsciously. Leah personifies the realities of life that defy our constructs and hence we encounter them “by mistake.” Things that transcend your systems enter into your lives via unconscious pathways. Jacob can’t agree to marry Leah. He would never do such a thing, because Leah defies his very sense of “I.” My conscious I would never choose Leah. It is his super conscious self that chooses, in an unconscious way, a relationship with Leah. Because that is where he grows most.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): Jesus, Every week Pastor John brings up the story about You sleeping in the boat in the storm and the disciples accuse You of not caring if they die. It’s just more tit for tat. It’s a power play. There’s no grace space in this. Whatever I type he’ll bring it up in his sermon and pretend he’s innocent. I take it back to You and like the disciples say, “Don’t You care?” Now I’m in the boat with the disciples and Pastor John can beat us up some more for being worldly Christians. Ye of little faith.
Dov Greenberg: As adults we know that in order to truly love, you need to withdraw yourself from your “center” (ego) and create room for another person in your life. A relationship is not about control. When one partner dominates the other, demanding of him or her to conform and suppress his/her personality, the possibility of a relationship is snuffed out. Genuine love not only respects the individuality of the other but actually seeks to cultivate it. Love, like the act of creation, is the courageous act of creating space for the presence of the other. When man moves away from himself, reaching into the heart and soul of another human being, he emulates G d, who chooses to suspend Himself in order to give room to the other.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): Whom do You want to archive my writings? They must be preserved. The rats ate through some of my old journals. It makes me sick to think the journals of my mystical marriage would be allowed to crumble to dust cuz the Church didn’t think they were worthy. That’s a snuff on You, God, cuz You called me!
Moshe Yaakov Wisnefsky: Mystery of the Matron’s Query
Brat: And yet You let them.
Elizabeth Tiam-Fook: Sadly, through the years, many developed a narrowed and often distasteful perspective of the prophetic. At times people failed to use wisdom with the gifts and acted strange and out of order in the name of the prophetic. Some viewed the function of a prophet as only those who prophesied over individuals. In my Bible, I didn’t see that as the description of healthy prophetic ministry. I saw prophets who would be in the world systems giving strategies to kings and leaders of nations. The prophets were giving solutions for societal transformation. Let me state that I fully believe in personal prophecy. I prophesy over individuals as part of my ministry function. I am part of a ministry that is known for activating people in personal prophecy, but that is only a small part of the office of the prophet. If it stops there, we are limiting the full expression of who prophets are and what we are called to do for the Church and in the earth to bring Kingdom influence.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): It’s not supposed to be this hard. The Spirit flows. It’s being blocked and I didn’t do anything. I’ve been honest with God and man. I’m worn out by man’s manipulation and the Pharaohs in my orbit always keep changing the rules. We just keep repeating the cycles cuz the buck doesn’t stop anywhere.
Jennifer LeClaire (in “Gratitude” 24 Oct 18): You are going to see and defeat the enemy you couldn’t see before now. You’re about to catch the thief and he has to repay seven times. Rejoice in Proverbs 6:31, “But if he is found, he will restore sevenfold; he will give all the substance of his house.” For better or worse, things are coming to a head in October so you can see things for what they really are. Judas will be exposed. Absalom will be exposed. Jezebel will be exposed. Greed will be exposed. Jealousy will be exposed. Manipulation and compromise will be exposed.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): All we keep seeing are more firestorms burning up the land. I think that’s cuz the clergy refuse to do the right thing and bring closure on this chapter. They do what makes them look good.
Elizabeth Tiam-Fook: I have watched through the years pastors trying to “hand off the baton” to a younger-generation leader for them to carry on the work of the ministry. Often something would happen to disrupt the generational succession and they ended up, many times, not even able to stay in relationship with that person. It was so sad to see. This has been one of the reasons I have been traveling and teaching on generational reconciliation and encouraging leaders of both generations to be intentional about working together.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): But wait! Did You tell Jeremiah (or was it Ezekiel or one of the other prophets?) to let them have their words? You would use their words to fulfill Your WORD.
Show me, Jesus.
I can’t go on like this.
Candace Roberts: During recent years, there has been a growing movement back towards home birth. A desire to get back to the quiet, dark, intimate place without interruption that allows for the natural flow of hormones and birthing to take place. Studies show that light, noise, and people simply being present interfere with this process.
Matthew 24: 19 How dreadful it will be in those days for pregnant women and nursing mothers!
Rabbi YY Jacobson: Yet as the Torah puts it so shockingly simple and profound: “And G-d saw that Leah was hated, so He opened her womb; but Rachel was barren.” It is often in that which are so afraid of that allows us to give birth to our deepest soul-powers. From surrounding yourself only with things and people that make you feel in control, you remain barren. By exposing yourself to the unknown, you can give birth to infinity.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 5:25 pm Journal: Forgive me for being gloomy and negative, Lord. My soul and spirit are very tired on some deep level and my body can’t sleep. Holy Spirit, please come in and rectify this situation. Come in and give me a deep tissue massage. Come in and heal my toe. Dad even prayed over my toe this morning and I still worked in pain all day. Part of this frustration and exhaustion is that I don’t feel heard and when You pull away like this, God, it’s even harder. My faith is taking a beating again! I lift it up to You!
Daniel 2:42 As the toes were partly iron and partly clay, so this kingdom will be partly strong and partly brittle.
Shmuel-Simcha Treister: In a vision, the spiritual content of the lower world is revealed so that its higher source can be grasped.
Rabbi YY Jacobson: Leah—oy my G-d!—represents the components of your spouse that challenge you, the aspects of your children that force you to reevaluate everything about yourself and your parenting, the dimensions of your identity that you have long ago repressed (or supressed) and they trigger deep fears. Leah embodies the aspects of yourself that you cannot make sense of.
Molly Baskette: “Nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” – Galatians 3:28b
Elijah List (14 Nov 18): The Spirit-Led Publishing & Writing Handbook
Brat: Seewhateyemean? Self-publishing is not an option for me and they know this! We are not saved by ourselves. Why else would we need Jesus if we could do it ourselves? Self-publishing does not reconcile the Churches. Self-publishing holds no one accountable.
Liza Neal: It is easy to see the waste throughout our society. It is much harder to see the renewal. Last year in Charlottesville many were shocked at the open display of hatred. Hadn’t we come farther than this?
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Indeed Israel’s existence rests on unconditional and everlasting promises that God made to Abraham and His descendants. She is therefore evidence of these and a clear testimony to the Church—and the world at large—that the God of the Bible fulfills His promises. This is precisely why we can trust Him fully in all things.
Revelation 22: 16 “I, Jesus, have sent my angel to give you this testimony for the churches [!]. I am the Root and the Offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star.”
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Jesus then gave a prophetic oracle that is known as the Olivet Discourse, which is recorded in all the synoptic Gospels (Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21). In this discourse He stated that the Jews would be dispersed into all the nations of the world and that Jerusalem would be “downtrodden by the Gentiles until the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled” (Luke 21:24). Here again the idea of fulfillment is brought into focus. Consequently, in 1967, by the Six Day War of June of that year, the gentile nations lost their grip on the holy city and it returned to Jewish sovereignty. This is amazing and once again, a testimony to the faithfulness of God to His covenant with Abraham.
Shmuel-Simcha Treister: [There is another type of revelation called “A reflection of prophecy” or] Mar’eh [, which is a vision seen as if in a mirror, in Hebrew, Mar’eh. This revelation] is through the level which is the Life Force that rules in the night. If you say [that this level is also associated with Gabriel, as Daniel says, “And I heard a man’s voice resounding between the banks of the river Ulai, and he called and said,]”Gabriel, make this man understand the vision” (Daniel 8:16), it is correct that Gabriel is associated with both these levels of dreams and visions, although more so with a Mar’eh because a vision is even harder to decipher. A dream is more readily understandable, and more clearly decipherable, than that which would be seen in a reflection of prophecy [a Mar’eh].
Jennifer LeClaire: The Plumb Line: A Key Dream Interpretation Strategy That Changes Everything
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: In terms of the New Testament Scriptures, we are told that Jesus appointed 70 disciples to help Him fulfill the mission that God His Father had given Him (Luke 10:1, 17). Jesus told us that we are to forgive others who offend us “seventy times seven times” in order to fulfill the demands of God’s righteousness in us (Matthew 18:22). Also, in the end, we all have three score years and ten in order to fulfill God’s personal plan for each of us on earth (Psalm 90:10).
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 7:07 pm Journal: I keep asking myself, “Did I TRY to reconcile with these guys?” Each time the immediate answer comes back: YES! They didn’t care. (And Pastor John quotes the disciples accusing Jesus that He didn’t care? – Mark 4:38) They saw no value in my calling. They were self-absorbed and couldn’t see how my calling could help them. Ironic. I lay myself at Your feet again, Lord. You are faithful. I fall short, but You are faithful to complete what You’ve started.
Rabbi Shaul Yosef Leiter: In fact, Yaakov made sure to fill his children with Jewish knowledge, which he himself had previously received from his father and from his great-grandfathers, Shem and Ever. Yaakov succeeded in the two areas in which each of us wishes to attain success – in physical things, and in his more spiritual endeavors. What was his secret? His absolute faith in G d. Each of us has to look at our lives and realize that we have nothing and no one to rely upon but our Father in Heaven.
Shmuel-Simcha Treister: Gabriel is specifically appointed to explain the subject matter of the reflected prophecy because it is more hidden.
Molly Baskette: A World Beyond Gender
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: There is no doubt that Israel’s greatest gift to the world is Jesus of Nazareth, God’s only begotten Son. He has saved millions of people of all colors, creeds, and nations from their sins and has become the most famous person of all time. He has no competitors since He towers above all the human icons of time and divides history itself by His existence. Moreover, He is alive at the right hand of God from where He will soon return to the Mount of Olives (Acts 1:11).
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): I’m seeing this as a gift. I don’t know what God is doing and once again I feel like I’m in a kryptonite box. I can’t feel God, the rabbis feel distant, the Funny Bunnies are manipulating, and on top of it all I fear I may have broken my middle toe on my left foot this morning when I accidentally rammed it into a chair while getting dressed. Before I went to take my shower and get dressed, I was making headway with the Holy Spirit and I was starting to catch a glimpse of understanding of what She was doing and saying. Since my toe injury, I’ve been in pain (and went to work anyway.) Pain blocks my connection with God.
Ezekiel 8: 3 He stretched out what looked like a hand and took me by the hair of my head. The Spirit lifted me up between earth and heaven and in visions of God he took me to Jerusalem, to the entrance of the north gate of the inner court, where the idol that provokes to jealousy stood.
Steve Shultz (in “Merchant” 01 Nov 18): It seems like attacks from the enemy have been in full force lately…But GOD!
Lana Vawser: The Lord showed me that just as those moving into upgrades right now may come head to head with a spirit of jealousy, there is equal a warning for those moving into the upgrades to guard their hearts from offense and bitterness and to be ones who bless.
Ezekiel 8: 5 Then he said to me, “Son of man, look toward the north.” So I looked, and in the entrance north of the gate of the altar I saw this idol of jealousy.
Brat: Please don’t misinterpret my feelings as jealousy.
Rabbi YY Jacobson: We Hate What We Don’t Understand
Cornelius Quek (in “Merchant” 01 Nov 18): I believe God is ready to breathe the fires of revival that will sweep across the nations of the earth again. But I also believe the people of God more than ever before need to rise up from our spiritual apathy, plow the land and saturate it with prayer and intercession, and cry out to the Lord for a great move of His Spirit in our time!
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: For instance, the prophet Jeremiah speaks prophetically of a coming day when more Jews would return to the Land of Israel from the North Country than those who returned from Egypt under Moses, 1300 years before Christ (Jeremiah 23:7–8). This is an extraordinary prophetic oracle, as at no time up until the present day did this happen. The return from Babylon after 70 years of exile saw nothing like the number that Moses brought out of Egypt, since the numbers in this regard are clearly recorded in the pages of Scripture (Ezra 2). But in recent years, beginning with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1989, more than a million Russian Jews have returned to Zion—and they are still coming. The God we serve is a God of fulfillment!
Rabbi Shaul Yosef Leiter: The Dubner Maggid (Preacher – Rabbi Yaakov ben Wolf Kranz, 1741-1804) was travelling around various towns in Israel. In one of the communities, he saw that the worshipers prayed with devotion and enthusiasm and were sincerely engrossed in their service of G-d. However, after the prayers concluded, a dispute arose between some of them about trade, and they quarreled among themselves, using derogatory terms.
1 Samuel 1:8 Her husband Elkanah said to her, “Hannah, why do you weep? Why do you not eat? Why is your heart sad? Am I not more to you than ten sons?”
Revelation 17: 12 “The ten horns you saw are ten kings who have not yet received a kingdom, but who for one hour will receive authority as kings along with the beast.
Sarah Yehudit Schneider (in “Serve” 8 Nov 18): In summary, Choice and Destiny are both true, each in its place. Yet in any given moment there is a chaotic mixture of these two forces. Higher mazal [Fate] includes all that is fated in our life; lower mazal includes what can change through effort, prayer and merit. Yet there’s no sure way to tell one from the other. For some folks an impoverished state could be fated. Perhaps their whole purpose in life is to proclaim their Creator’s goodness despite such hardship. Since that circumstance enables their raison d’etre, it cannot change for without it, they would lose their purpose. For another person that same impoverished state could be a test. Will they stay honest despite an opportunity to embezzle from their employer? Once they pass that test, the circumstance can change, because its purpose was temporary—it was lower mazal.
Ben Lim: “You Have Passed the Test!”
Brat: I’m not convinced that the merchandizers of God’s word have passed the test. The fruits of their labors have not trickled down to me yet.
Revelation 17: 13 They have one purpose and will give their power and authority to the beast.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: From all of this, we understand that in God’s economy, 70 designates fulfillment or evidence of His allotted purpose. So, in terms of Israel, the message is clear: her existence is no accident of history, but clear fulfillment of God’s plan and purpose for her and for the world. She is God’s vehicle of world redemption, and His actions in her modern-day restoration are a herald of great things to come.
Curt Landry: “I’m going to reposition and realign this government. I’m the only One who knows the hearts of the men and women who are serving. In this season, don’t speak against any of My children—right or left. For I will give salvation and a way out to each. They will either choose life or choose death. If they choose death, I will remove them from their position of authority.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): Lord, You put these guys in their positions and I must honor their clerical collars cuz they’re ordained by You. Whatever moves occur have to be done by You. They know they have Your power and authority. I have it, too. I’m Your bride and You are my Husband. But I choose to lay it down to make You look good. That doesn’t mean my calling is for nothing and have the ashes sprinkled over the ocean by the Neptune Society. I need something to work from. Even the scriptures are just parroted or wielded like swords instead of turning them into plows to till the soil, so that the seed can take root.
Shmuel-Simcha Treister: Self-reflection, provided by marriage, is a prerequisite to prophecy
Brat: So that gives them permission to spy on what I reflect in my quiet time?
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: To Israel, by Abraham, God promised land as an everlasting possession (Genesis 17:7–8). He promised that the blessings of eternal salvation would flow to the world from her by the coming of a “Seed Messiah” (Genesis 22:18; John 4:22), and that blessings and curses would fall upon many depending on how they related to her (Genesis 12:1–3).
Rabbi YY Jacobson: Jacob understood this. Slowly, he learnt to appreciate, respect and love Leah. We too must discover this ability within ourselves. Those aspects in your life that you run away from most—may contain the deepest “tikunim” (healing powers) for you; those aspects in your spouse that irk you most, may hold the secret to your recovery; those aspects in your relationships that challenge some deep emotions in you, may contain the key to ultimate self-discovery. Sometimes we hate things because they are bad for us. But not always. Some things we hate because we are scared of their truth; or because we are scared to open ourselves to unknown horizons. We hate them because they makes us feel ignorant and vulnerable. Or because they force us to go to places we have long repressed.
Shmuel-Simcha Treister: Gabriel constricts the burst of abundance received by the dreamer, or prophet, from the Infinite Light.
Rabbi Shaul Yosef Leiter: The Shelah (Rabbi Isaiah Horowitz, 1560-1630) begins his weekly discussion commenting on the obligation of an employer to pay salaries – a commandment that we learn from Yaakov’s experience with his uncle Lavan, who constantly tried to cheat him of his fair wage. This also applies to each of us in our relationship with G d. If we do our job and fulfill what the Almighty requires of us, then G d, our employer (see Ethics of the Fathers 2:15-16), by His own command, is required to give us our due reward – not sometime in the future, but now.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): I see Eli blocking the gate but to Hannah,
1 Samuel 1:17 Then Eli answered, “Go in peace; the God of Israel grant the petition you have made to him.”
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): I write, pray, and look for how and where the Holy Spirit is leading this corporate conversation, and try to show that, and still nothing changes. Jesus, You were in the Word and were the Word in the beginning. And they keep manipulating Your Word at our expense, rather than to fulfill it.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding, ICEJ International Spokesman: Israel at 70: Days of Fulfillment
Verse of the Day (16 Nov 18): Open my eyes that I may see wonderful things in your law. ~ Psalm 119:18 NIV
Lana Vawser: The Lord is repositioning many. He is rearranging and there is a shift of direction and assignment taking place for many right now. It requires a deeper yielding to His promise, His direction, His positioning and timing.
Rabbi YY Jacobson: Did Jacob Really Hate His Wife?
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): It’s been a rough week. I see no path towards reconciliation of the Churches. For years I’ve felt a connection with the rabbis, but this week I’ve felt manipulated and cut off from them, too. Pastor Steve Dittmar has decided to put on a Mediterranean luncheon at Jubilee Church on Sunday. I saw Arc Speak to Rabbi Tuly Weisz:
“Kathryn: Air-raid sirens are wailing from the Mediterranean to the Dead Sea.
I saw the potential for Laodicea to redeem
Revelation 3: 20 Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me.
Liza Neal: Finding Heart Again
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): Sorry, Potential, you’ll have to come through for me to have any confidence in you. It felt like more manipulation. I’d get a nice lamb dinner and then keep parking and praying in my car as we supposedly start the rainy season next week?
Lana Vawser: “Pay attention right now to where the favour and upgrade falls.”
Curt Landry: “Therefore, I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior…” (1 Timothy 2:1-3)
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): The only prayer I have left inside of me is I WORSHIP YOU, GOD!
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: We should actually give ourselves to prayer and fasting for Israel as Daniel did when he discerned the times of fulfillment in Israel’s long historical journey (Daniel 9:1–3). The Psalmist—while speaking of a future day of the rebuilding of Zion—stated that this would happen because God has heard the prayers of His people (Psalm 102:15–17). Paul knew that his major contribution to the well-being and salvation of Israel would be that of prayer (Romans 10:1). We must not fail God now, but arise to take hold of the days of fulfillment, and this means that Jesus’ Church should be a “house of prayer.”
Lana Vawser: There are going to be major changes that will be seen in the prophetic ministry in this new era. God is realigning and reassigning. He is purifying, changing and reshaping. There is a clarion call to the prophets right now to yield and draw close and to embrace because things are rapidly shifting and changing in these divine upgrades.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): God has always been good to me. I don’t trust these guys and I see no break toward freedom and a loving tribe who wants me. If Dad takes Peggy to the play at the theater on Sunday, I can go to the luncheon, but I’m only going out of obedience. Lord, forgive me. My heart has hardened.
Liza Neal: Prayer
Lord, help us not to lose heart. Let hate and fear waste away, while hope is renewed. Amen.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Today, Israel stands strong at 70 because the nation is beloved “for the sake of the fathers” (Romans 11:28), meaning that the God of the Bible does not lie and will therefore not turn back on the undertakings that He made to Abraham. Abraham is forever God’s friend, and the God we serve does not turn His back on His friends— although many in the Church assert that He does! Israel’s modern-day restoration is a vexing contradiction to the wayward theological thinking of those who espouse replacement theology, and it exposes their inability to rightly understand the character of God.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): Why did You give me this assignment of the reconciliation of the Churches when they have no intention of reconciling? I get it that You give us impossible missions to make Yourself look good. But I don’t see where the Churches are making You look good. I see them manipulating You like a pawn. That’s not holy and good. You are holy and good! How do I stand up for You if You won’t stand up for Yourself?
Elizabeth Tiam-Fook: I started to research and ask seasoned prophets what that looked like to them. The movement that I was building was going to be from multi-streams, multi-national and multi-cultural. We would honor the mothers and fathers who had paid a price in the prophetic movement. I was told that many prophetic leaders stayed in their own streams and that it was a new thing for streams to come together, like what I was doing. We started to get prophetic words from different prophets that we would be one of the “healthiest prophetic movements.” As I was getting those words, I didn’t realize that God was going to let me see the things He wanted me to correct and bring honor and maturity back to some parts of the prophetic.
Rabbi YY Jacobson: We each have our “Rachel” and our “Leah,” within ourselves, within our spouses, within our children, within our parents, siblings, and friends, within our entire lives—and, of course, in our experience of G-d. Rachel symbolizes those dimensions of yourself that you can make “sense of;” those aspects of your spouse that you comprehend, grasp, appreciate, and can somewhat control; you can wrap your brain around them. Rachel represents those aspects of your children that you “get” and are comfortable with. Rachel reflects the parts of yourself that you can categorize, classify, and see their patterns and structures; those aspects of your psyche that you have come to terms with.
Brat (in “Crisis” 14 Nov 18): … You’ve been faithful in protecting the flashdrive and my handwritten journals that are not typed up (yet). I just need sanctuary with a tribe who would find them invaluable. I don’t have hope anymore that that even exists. Hannah bore Samuel whom she gave to Eli.
Liza Neal: Through that courage, Jesus’ promise is made incarnate now, the promise to bring good news to the poor, to let the oppressed go free. Through that love, our inner nature is renewed; we find hope again.
Rabbi Shaul Yosef Leiter: Our portion, Vayeizei, opens with the dramatic journey of one Jew alone, who leaves his home for a strange land. By his own testimony, he arrived with nothing but his walking stick. Nevertheless, he was filled with optimism and confidence, because he trusted G d unconditionally. Even when the situation worsened, when his own relatives were ready to deceive him, his faith did not waiver. And we see the results. Through this faith and confidence Yaakov merited great wealth. More importantly, each of his children, the fathers of the twelve tribes, turned out to be exemplary – each one connected spiritually to G d.
Westley Roderick: The days of calling her a harlot and carrying a scarlett letter are done. I am giving her new garments and raising up voices who speak to her greatness.” These New Breed voices will embody Isaiah 63:7 and reminding the people of God’s lovingkindness and mercies to our nation. I will mention the lovingkindnesses of the Lord And the praises of the Lord, According to all that the Lord has bestowed on us, And the great goodness toward the house of Israel, Which He has bestowed on them according to His mercies, According to the multitude of His lovingkindnesses. – Isaiah 63:7
Moshe Yaakov Wisnefsky: It is proper to understand [the following questions]:
First, what in this verse so troubled Rabbi Yehudah bar Simon that it forced him to interpret it as referring to making matches? The simple meaning of the text is that it refers to Egypt. The Israelites came to Egypt few in number, seventy souls, and G d made them into “the House of Israel”, i.e. he increased their number, as it is written, “and the Israelites were fruitful and swarmed…” (Ex. 1:8). The verse thus means, “G d made out of the few a multitude and a great House”. [The verse then describes what happened] afterwards, i.e. that “He brought them out in proper ways”, i.e. in a time fit for leaving, neither in the hot [summer] nor the cold [winter], but in the spring [season], the month of Nisan. This is the meaning of the word “in proper ways”.
Matthew 24: 20 Pray that your flight will not take place in winter or on the Sabbath.
Brat: Please, I can’t wait until spring! I’m too exhausted from this birthing. When God asks if you want to be a yenta, run!
Steve Shultz: He [Rabbi Curt Landry] has a very important role in the Body of Christ because of his teachings about the Jewish roots and his desire to be a bridge of unity and restoration between Israel and the Church.
Elizabeth Tiam-Fook: The knowledge and experience of the seasoned prophets makes my job of building our ministry easier and quicker. I could be thinking of 10 ways to do something and toil for weeks over it and then decide to call Patricia King (who by the way is one of the greatest apostles and builders I have ever met) and in 15 minutes she gives me the solution. I can’t imagine why anyone would want to run the race without a seasoned leader standing by them. You avoid lots of pain, though God still has a process for you. By running together you can build more for the Kingdom of God as well as run faster.
Brat: So, bring me onboard. I welcome the opportunity.
Westley Roderick: I saw the Lord send an eagle from the Heaven. On its feathers and body were the flag…from stripes of red and white and its head was the stars. This is what the Lord said to me: “I am bringing forth a different kind of prophet to America. One who will speak of her beauty and strength, that will tell her of her destiny.
Liza Neal: “So we do not lose heart. Even though our outer nature is wasting away, our inner nature is being renewed day by day.” – 2 Corinthians 4:16
Elizabeth Tiam-Fook: When God asked me to start our ministry, International Young Prophets, I knew that He wanted me to use all that I had learned from these leaders. Prophets are unique types of people and I have had to learn how to work with them, even though I too am a prophet. When the Lord asked me to build “a company of global, next-gen prophets” I wasn’t even sure what that really meant.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding: Seventy, or derivatives of seven in the Bible, constitute the idea of rich fulfillment. For instance, Moses appointed 70 elders to help him fulfill the daunting mission that God gave him in terms of leading a million people out of Egypt (Numbers 11:16). The great exile of Judah to Babylon that took place in the sixth century before Christ would be fulfilled after 70 years (Jeremiah 25:12), and thus when the prophet Daniel read this in the book of Jeremiah, he fasted and prayed about the fulfillment of this promise (Daniel 9:2). Daniel also received an oracle from heaven that announced that Israel’s unique destiny on the earth would be fulfilled after 70 weeks of years (Daniel 9:24–27).
Israel 365: An Ancient Promise Fulfilled ✡ “To Your Offspring I Assign This Land”

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