VIDEO Shema Yisrael

Nov 11, 2010 by Micha’el Ben David

WORDS from Deuteronomy 6:4 and a small excerpt from Zechariah 14:9 except for the yada dai of course! That’s spiritual language 😉

YAIDA DAI YADA DAI YAIDADAI….

SHEMA YISRAEL ADONAI ELOHEINU
ADONAI ECHAD [ U’SHEMO ECHAD ]
V’AHAVTA ET HASHEM ELOHEICHA
B’CHOL LEVAVCHA U’VCHOL NAFSHECHA
U’VCHOL MEODECHA

YAIDA DAI YADA DAI YAIDADAI….

HEAR O ISRAEL THE LORD OUR GOD
THE LORD IS ONE [ AND HIS NAME IS ONE ]
AND YOU SHALL LOVE THE LORD YOUR GOD
WITH ALL OF YOUR HEART AND WITH ALL OF YOUR SOUL AND WITH ALL YOUR RESOURCES

YAIDA DAI YADA DAI YAIDADAI….then Whistle part

REPEAT YADA DAI HEBREW VERSE TIL FADE & THAT”S ALL FOLKS! THE END!

UNTIL NEXT VIDEO 😉 SHALOM ALEYCHEM!

This is my offering to the Creator, Blessed Be He, and to Am Israel and to the world on this Rosh Chodesh KISLEV! A Holy Kiss to the Pocket of your Heart! MWAAA! ENJOY!

May we all be richly blessed as we draw closer to our Creator in this season and month known for Miracles, Victories, and Supernatural Light! Let us allow our Light to so shine before men that they may give Glory to YHVH! Be STRONG! Shalom Aleychem!

“Blessed/Happy are the People who know TERUAH (the Joyful Sound of the Shofar), O YHVH they shall walk in the LIGHT of Your Countenance/Presence/Face!” Tehilim/Psalm 89:15

“He will lift up a Banner/Nes/Miracle to the nations from afar, and he will whistle to them from the end of the earth; surely they shall come with speed, swiftly.” Isaiah 5:26

“For what had not been told them they shall see, and what they had not heard they shall understand.”
Isaiah 52:15b

“Your eyes shall see, and you shall say, YHVH is magnified beyond the border of Israel!”
Malachi 1:5

Shavua Tov! Chodesh Tov! With LUV!

Micha’el,
His Beloved!

Shot on Ameland Island in the north of Holland where everyone is so warm and friendly and deliciously inviting, this video is as darling as the people who helped to make it happen! First and foremost, to my Chief Musician Phil Rogers with whom together as a holy team we are able to fully interpret the thought of Shamayim/Heaven through song musically and meticously orchestrated as to convey the Message of the One True God; bringing the sounds of Heaven to Earth in Spirit & in Truth! I love your heart Phil, may YHVH richly bless you for your love & generosity! You mamash belong to Him! And to the awesome Film crew of Mike Medina who were always cool and composed, and properly redeem the time with quality shots before the Sun finally set! We’ve only had a short time to get things done right! How prophetic for all of us! Let’s get our House in order now before it’s too late! Thanks you guys for a job well done!

We had a blast shooting this video as you can tell by the clip, though we were delayed some 5 hours due to a storm and lots of rain on the Island of Ameland, but with God’s help we were able to shoot enough footage in the remaining sunlight to put a video together and we were thus blessed with tremendously gorgeous cloud formations and wet and dirty but fat & adorable sheep (that part was hilarious) hope you guys don’t get to see the “making of” video! Too Funny!

One would think it was hopeless at times the way it was raining cats and dogs all that morning but it all worked out, B”H! I just kept believing! Kept the Faith & kept smiling! Plus that very morning in my devotion time, the Holy One, Blessed Be He, gave me a promise from Psalm 84:11 that “He would be my Sun & Shield; and that He would give Grace and Glory; and that no good thing will He withhold from me/those who walk UPRIGHTLY!” Yeah! Go God! You are AWESOME!

Anyway enjoy this exciting revelatory video and may your love for Hashem & for Israel and for Mashiach through Whom all things exist, grow ever so deeply into Olam HaBa / The World to Come! Shalom Aleychem! With LUV……

Micha’el ~ His Beloved!

Do You Walk In White?

We were buried with Him…that just as Christ was raised from the dead…even so we also should walk in newness of life. —Romans 6:4

No one experiences complete sanctification without going through a “white funeral” — the burial of the old life. If there has never been this crucial moment of change through death, sanctification will never be more than an elusive dream. There must be a “white funeral,” a death with only one resurrection— a resurrection into the life of Jesus Christ. Nothing can defeat a life like this. It has oneness with God for only one purpose— to be a witness for Him.

Have you really come to your last days? You have often come to them in your mind, but have you really experienced them? You cannot die or go to your funeral in a mood of excitement. Death means you stop being. You must agree with God and stop being the intensely striving kind of Christian you have been. We avoid the cemetery and continually refuse our own death. It will not happen by striving, but by yielding to death. It is dying— being “baptized into His death” (Romans 6:3).

Have you had your “white funeral,” or are you piously deceiving your own soul? Has there been a point in your life which you now mark as your last day? Is there a place in your life to which you go back in memory with humility and overwhelming gratitude, so that you can honestly proclaim, “Yes, it was then, at my ‘white funeral,’ that I made an agreement with God.”

“This is the will of God, your sanctification…” (1 Thessalonians 4:3). Once you truly realize this is God’s will, you will enter into the process of sanctification as a natural response. Are you willing to experience that “white funeral” now? Will you agree with Him that this is your last day on earth? The moment of agreement depends on you.

by Oswald Chambers

Beyond Ourselves

2 Corinthians 12:5-10

The apostle Paul understood what it meant to be pushed to the limit. According to his letters, he knew a lot about hardships and suffering. But he was most knowledgeable about the ultimate importance of all of those painful experiences—namely, glorifying Jesus through his weakness.

We don’t like to feel that we’re helpless or lacking control of our own lives. But we can learn from Paul and from our personal life experiences that the prelude to great strength is great weakness. Take note of this important lesson about the Christian life: Our weakest moments—when we feel the most desperate—are the very times when God is free to do His greatest work by empowering and strengthening us. It is in those difficulties during which we whisper, “Father, I cannot go on” that we are granted the best equipping and the greatest enabling to endure adversity.

Human nature cries out for strength, courage, and adequacy to meet life’s challenges. Consequently, many people avoid fiery trials and valley experiences at all costs so they won’t have to face weakness. They tell themselves, I am able to handle life on my own terms; my strength is sufficient. But we can never understand the supernatural empowerment to go beyond our own limits unless we experience it for ourselves. The only way to have conviction about the Lord’s adequacy is to endure weakness and then witness the strength that springs from it. No matter what’s going on in our lives, there is power available to the children of God.

The Holy City

“And I John saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. And I heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself shall be with them, and be their God.” (Revelation 21:2-3)

On the night of the last supper, Jesus made a wonderful promise to His disciples: “In my Father’s house are many mansions. . . . I go to prepare a place for you. And . . . I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also” (John 14:2-3). Eventually, at His second coming, those who belong to Him shall be with Him.

That this promise applies to all His disciples (not just the eleven in the upper room) is evident in His prayer right after this conversation: “Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their word. . . . Father, I will that they also, whom thou hast given me, be with me where I am” (John 17:20, 24). When the Lord returns, or when we die as believers, “so shall we ever be with the Lord” (1 Thessalonians 4:17).

That place where we shall be with Him, which He is still preparing for us, is the Holy City, new Jerusalem; for our text says that “he will dwell with them” there and be their God. The last two chapters of the Bible describe in some detail that beautiful “tabernacle of God,” in which we who believe in Christ will all have our Christ-prepared mansions some day.

This magnificent city is not heaven, for John saw it “coming down from God out of heaven.” Right now, therefore, it is in heaven, where the Lord Jesus is, along with the souls of those believers who already have gone “to be present with the Lord” (2 Corinthians 5:8). There in the Holy City, “the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it; and his servants shall serve him” with eternal joy (Revelation 22:3). HMM

Hearing from God

Then went out to him Jerusalem, and all Judaea, and all the region round about Jordan, and were baptized of [John] in Jordan, confessing their sins. —Matthew 3:5-6

Let me give you some reasons why I believe God could honor John the Baptist in that day in which he lived.

First, John had the ability to live and meditate in solitude. He knew the meaning of quietness. He was in the desert until the time of his showing forth unto Israel as a prophet. He came out of his lonely solitude to break the silence like a drumbeat or as the trumpet sounds. The crowds came—all gathered to hear this man who had been with God and who had come from God.

In our day we just cannot get quiet enough and serene enough to wait on God. Somebody has to be talking. Somebody has to be making noise. But John had gone into the silence and had matured in a kind of special school with God and the stars and the wind and the sand….

I do not believe it is stretching a point at all to say that we will most often hear from God in those times when we are silent.

Oh, Lord, help me to carve out of my busy schedule some time with “God and the stars and the wind and the sand.” Amen.

The World Changes—But Not the Human Race

That ye henceforth walk not as other Gentiles walk, in the vanity of their mind. Ephesians 4:17

To a Christian, conditioned as he is to observing life from above and judging all things in the light of eternal values, the modern feverish devotion to the newest invention and the latest happening seems more than a little ridiculous!

One thing seems to be quite forgotten: the world moves and times change but people remain the same always. Just as a pendulum remains fixed at the top while it swings back and forth from one extreme to another, so the human race remains basically unchanged while it moves through its limited arc.

No responsible person will deny that some changes made by the race over the years have been improvements and so may have represented progress and advance. However, just what we are supposed to be advancing toward has not been made very clear by our leaders!

It would seem humanly difficult, indeed, to show that we are moving toward an end when we do not know what or where that end is, or even if such an end exists at all.

The only parallel we can think of at the moment is that of a deadly-serious and fanatically determined dachshund chasing breathlessly after its tail—a tail, incidentally, which is not there because it has previously been removed. Add a large number of other dachshunds, bespectacled and solemn, writing books to prove that the frustrated puppy’s activity is progress, and you have the picture!

Our Life Is in Christ

Thanks be unto God, which always causeth us to triumph in Christ. 2 CORINTHIANS 2:14

Certainly not all of the mystery of the Godhead can be known by man—but just as certainly, all that men can know of God in this life is revealed in Jesus Christ!

When the Apostle Paul said with yearning, “That I may know him” (Philippians 3:10), he was not speaking of intellectual knowledge. Paul was speaking of the reality of an experience of knowing God personally and consciously, spirit touching spirit and heart touching heart.

We know that people spend a lot of time talking about a deeper Christian life— but few seem to want to know and love God for Himself.

The precious fact is that God is the deeper life! Jesus Christ Himself is the deeper life, and as I plunge on into the knowledge of the triune God, my heart moves on into the blessedness of His fellowship. This means that there is less of me and more of God—thus my spiritual life deepens and I am strengthened in the knowledge of His will!

Dear Lord, this morning and throughout this day, may there be more and more of You and less and less of me.