As darkness seems to deepen and cover more and more parts of this earth, what a delight it is to be able to lift our eyes up; Far above that darkness, unto the Light of the world, whose light always has and will shine brighter.
We are hard at work in preparation for a Tabernacle seminar, offered for the first time in an intensive 9 day format to Hebrew speakers only. So far we have only offered it in this format to tourists. So starting next week, we will teach the whole program in one shot, and coach 12 participants as they go through the deep process of building a glorious tabernacle in their hearts, out of the acacia thorns abundant in their lives.
One of our participants comes from an ultra-orthodox (Haredi-Jewish) background, two are from a Muslim background. Most have just recently finished their army service, and some gave their hearts and lives to Yeshua not very long ago.
We will teach them all to enter through the Gate and at some point face the light of the Menorah (Lampstand), as they draw closer to the Throne of grace – the Holy of Holies.
We invite you to join us in prayer as we carry each of these precious 12 through this complex and exciting process.
Yesterday I was walking through the streets of my quaint neighborhood, when I came across this huge Menorah, set up on the roof of one of the local synagogues. It is made of copper pipes and bolts. I doubt they meant for that to happen – but the arrangement of the pipes actually creates the name of Yeshua in Hebrew.
It immediately birthed a cry in my heart, for their eyes to open and their hearts to speak the Name above all names – the one who IS the true Light. Lord, make it a reality in their hearts. Form Your name on their lips, even without them realizing it. Reveal your Son’s true name to them.
Will you join me in that prayer?
With that in mind, I want to wish you all a happy Hanukka! As we celebrate this Feast of Lights and lift our eyes to the Light of the World, let us all allow Him alone to guide our paths, so that in all things His name be lifted up on every roof top.
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Dearest Orna I realized today is Holocaust Remembrance Day and I read Jeremiah 33: 6-7, 16 _ please read all). We pray the Lord bless His people and finish what HE started until His return! To Yeshua be all the Praise, Honor, and Glory! May the Comforter keep you warm! When you wrote the article on Alone, my mind went to the series: “The Chosen” – streaming for free – watch this and shared with all Israel! We don’t ever have to be alone again! Lots of 💓💓💓 and SHALOM! Frances Rut & Dr. Steve
On Tue, Nov 30, 2021, 12:08 PM Orna Grinman | Ot OoMofet Ministries | A Sign and Examp
Halleloya Yeshua Halleloya
I agree with your prayers and will pray for the seminar
Halleloya Yeshua Halleloya
Yes, every night as I light the Hannukah candles with my family, this is our heart’s cry, that a people that is in great darkness will see the Light of this world, and through this, become a blessing to all. May the light of Yeshua shine in the hearts of His people this Hannukah.
Never could one be quite the same after such an intimate study. To know nothing and consider little it’s depth is like a dry cake without even a hint of icing. This opens spiritual eyes and hearts to the seriousness of relationship and entering in-protocol, presence, power of God. This was the way of our Lord. Why would we not desire to know HIS patterns ordained by Father Himself? Thank you.
Amen, I agree with Orna, Lord, God of Israel. Thank You for the wisdom and spiritual understanding You have given her and bless her ministry afresh to touch Your people and fill them with the knowledge of You and Your plan of redemption through Yeshua our Lord.
Thank you. Chag Chanukah sameach ❤️💌
On Tue, 30 Nov 2021, 17:08 Orna Grinman | Ot OoMofet Ministries | A Sign and Example, wrote:
> אות ומופת – אורנה גרינמן posted: ” As darkness seems to deepen and cover > more and more parts of this earth, what a delight it is to be able to lift > our eyes up; Far above that darkness, unto the Light of the world, whose > light always has and will shine brighter. We are hard at work in ” >