I have always wanted to write a Blog, but was too nervous. What would I say, and worse, because of the commitment necessary to Blogging – what would I continue to say! But my husband has assured me that I have lots to say. Anyone catch the intended irony there! I wish I could use a laugh track or put in lots of ‘HaHa’s’ and ‘LOL’’s so you would know where not to take me too seriously.
So, as the school season commences and the Fall Feasts are around the corner I see this time and blog as an opportunity of newness. I am inviting you to share my journey with me. Sometimes, it will take us around the world as it has for the past few years of my life. Sometimes it will be in my own backyard. Because of that I am tempted to call it “Acres of Diamonds”, the title of a famous book, actually an essay from the 1920’s, which my Father gave to me to read when I was very young. While it has become a very cliché title, it has great meaning to me.
My Father gave…
As a Canadian, I have had the privilege of traveling throughout the United States and have been blessed to have been in relationship with many wonderful believers. I have an affinity for my many friends in the USA and have followed the drama of the presidential elections over the years. I have often prayed for the plans and purposes of the Lord to come to pass in this country. Here is a word I believe the Lord has spoken for the USA…
Proclaim to the United States that I have declared a Jubilee over America. I have pronounced a season of freedom over this country that has never before been experienced. Though in the past presidency I allowed the yoke of oppression that was contrary to my heart – see, I have appointed a new man for this office which will do all that is in my heart. It was under this heavy yoke that was on your country, that my Bride had groaned just like my people Israel groaned under Pharaoh. Just like in the days of the Exodus, I have heard the cry of my people and have
Hi Friends, normally I would have a separate blog from Zsiporah in her own corner, but as we are approaching the High Holy Days, I wanted to ensure that you heard our hearts about this special time of the year. Here are her thoughts and, at the bottom of the page, a link to the video of our blowing of the shofar at the National House of Prayer in our nation’s capital, Ottawa, Canada.
When I was a very little girl, half a century ago, the only people who cared about Rosh Ha’Shanah were my relatives, we were Jewish. We lived in a big city, and all our community gathered at one of the three Synagogues, and we ‘Davened’ all day, reading the Torah in a chant like fashion. Men had competitions with each other to see who could read it the quickest.I don’t remember the rabbi teaching or sharing, perhaps he did, but we children were given ridiculous amounts of freedom to run around the synagogue and to visit and play with each other. I didn’t understand that in post war America, this freedom was not typical of how the Jewish peopled celebrated or honoured
Welcome to the first post in my blog originating from michael-david.org. Here I will share my heart with you and hope to enrich your life with insights I have gained from over 30+ years as Prophetic Psalmist, Messianic Believer, Composer, Producer, Inventor and Lover of God. As a harpist, I see myself as a troubadour hoping to woo the Bride of Messiah to fall more deeply in love with her Heavenly Bridegroom. The themes will range from the topics of “Understanding the Mystery of Israel”, “Throne Room Worship and Intercession”, and what I like to call “Quantum Faith”. In the fall many are going back to school, but those of us who are walking with God we are in a school of life-long learning, drawing closer to the heart of the Un-created One. Perhaps, you would consider joining one of these 3 steams at the KingsBridge Study Center. Sample study guides will be posted soon so you will be able to check out the platform we are offering you.
This is time of new beginnings for my wife and I as tonight we are launching, not only our new website and “Virtual Study Hall”,