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My Heart For Yeshua

Hi dear messianic brothers and sisters!

I am a fellow believer living in Norway, and want to get in touch with other messianic believers.

I grew up in a christian home and did not think much about Israel or messianic related issues until I got to know an old lady in Sweden (I moved there for studies at the age of 20). She loves Israel and Yeshua with all her heart.  And I can tell you that when we talk about Israel related issues - I really feel that I found my soul mate. She has learned me almost everything I know about Israel - and foremost to love Yeshua with His jewish origin - and His blessed and beloved people!

I am back in Norway now since God opened a door for me to work here as a physiotherapist, which is my profession. But I still keep in contact with my "spiritual mother" in Sweden.

Here in Oslo where I live, I have joined a israelic messianic dancig group. My parents who have also come to love Israel joined this group half a year before me. It is so wonderful to worship Yeshua in this way and to stand up for Israel through dances and prayers.

This autumn I have participated in some messianic feasts - the feast of Tabernacles - and a funny thing was that I was out walking in the forest a few days before this week, and right in front of me where I was walking, a fir tree had fallen down and formed a tabernacle! I felt like God had made it just for me. So that became my secret hiding place some times after that.

Soon we will be celebrating the Chanukah feast - and I just recently read an article by a swedish messianic believer that gave me new light concerning this feast. If you are interestered here is a link where you can read it in english:

http://www.thewatchman.org/en/chanukah.php

Not to say too much, what caught my attention was the idea that the time for this feast might be the time for the conception of Yeshua in Mary's womb - and that this is more worthy to be callen the moment when heaven invaded earth supernaturally, than Yeshuas birth which actually was not more supernatural than other childrens' birth.

Interesting!

 

Shalom blessings to all of you

in Yeshuas name,

 

Aase

markedbyHim markedbyHim 31-35, F 8 Responses Dec 6, 2009

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Hi Aase :)
Just read your testimony - praise Yah.
I've been keeping this path for 2 years now. It's great to see others 'here' too to be able to fellowship with especially with no other fellow believers in sight. Still Yah is there for us all the same, leading and guiding us in the way.
It's a pleasure to meet you all here.
created4Yah,
Shalom

Shalom dear Aase you are welcome to contcat me ,
Messianic Rabbi Girma ,
Shalom .

Hi Rabbi Girma...I just saw what you have written while searching for messianic congregations in Norway. I am from Ethiopia but living in Oslo. I have been reading and watching from a lot of messianic Jews lately (all online) and wanted to find out if there are any here in Norway. I would love to visit one - just send me a message.

Hei!

I'm Norwegian as well, and have a cut out heart for Israel, that was awakened some years back, when my mom came home from Israel and said I had to go there, and from the feets touched the ground in Israel I felt I was home (strange, I know).
I see the post here is old, but wondered if you know of any Messianic congregation in Oslo? Feel free to msg me. :)

It warms my heart when I hear of believers of the Most High who have listened to Him instead of the preacher at the pulpit. It is amazing how the New Testament and prophecy make so much more sense and overall cohesiveness when we use the Old Testament as the 'dictionary' to define the New instead of the other way around.<br />
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As a believer living in America, I live a somewhat insular life, so I don't get the sense of this Messianic movement spreading all over the world, but His time is now and His purpose sure and it's spreading like wildfire, fulfilling prophecy like never before. What a wonderful (and terrifying) time to live in!<br />
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I pray that He continues to work wonders in your life and bring you out of all error and into His straight and pure truth, to hear His voice only and to see His words only. May all other ways seem as the nonsense that they are.<br />
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Shalom.

Hi Aase,<br />
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Your story is touching. I love how G-d draws us to himself and reveals his heart while binding to ours.<br />
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I am a Jew who unofrtunately was not raised in the Hebraic world. My grandpartents converted during WW2 in fear of Hitler for safty and never went back to anything Jewish. Feeling completely robbed of my heritage I am now devouring any and all lessons I can learn. <br />
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I was invited to a church by a high school friend at age 14 and (not even knowing I was really Jewish) gave my heart and life to Messiah! It wasn't until I was in my twenties that I learned my heritage from my mother.<br />
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Now, I call myself a Jewish Believer in Messiah Y'shua.<br />
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Please feel free to contact me-- would love to visit with you.<br />
Dina

Hi Aase,Your story is touching. I love how G-d draws us to himself and reveals his heart while binding to ours.I am a Jew who unofrtunately was not raised in the Hebraic world. My grandpartents converted during WW2 in fear of Hitler for safty and never went back to anything Jewish. Feeling completely robbed of my heritage I am now devouring any and all lessons I can learn. I was invited to a church by a high school friend at age 14 and (not even knowing I was really Jewish) gave my heart and life to Messiah! It wasn't until I was in my twenties that I learned my heritage from my mother.Now, I call myself a Jewish Believer in Messiah Y'shua.Please feel free to contact me-- would love to visit with you.Dina

The feast of tabernacles is the festival of Sukkot celebrated about a week after Yom Kippur the day of atonement. By the command of God the Jewish people dwell in Booths for one week. We eat drink and most sleep in their sukkah. It is also the holiday where we take up the lulav and etrog and while holding it Bless God with song and prayer. Its a beautiful holiday one of my favorite.

nice that you are sharing your thoughts. Not bad that you have tried learning hebrew=). I haven't come so far, but I share your fascination for Jewish traditions and festivals. So what is this Feast of tabernacles? Maybe it's more known as the Feast of Ingathering, but in Zechariah 14.16 it has the first name mentioned. Is it a melding of jewish and new testament belief. In a way you can say so, but not in the sense that some people have come up with a new fix idea. The scripture I referred to is talking about non-jewish believers partaking in this feast - and it seems as if this was God's thought from the beginning. So this feast is different from the other Jewish feasts. It also is the only one that has not yet been fulfilled. It will be when the Messiah returns.