Devorah’s Message

This morning Devorah (a site I read) posted something interesting:

This morning when I did my “connection session” I got a message of what to say in this dvar Torah. The central images were of the missvah of Shiluahh Haken, the sending off of the nest. At first that seemed strange to me for this missvah does not appear in this week’s parshah. So I asked and was answered.Our parshah begins with: Dvarim/Deut’ 11:26 “Behold, I set before you this day a blessing and a curse: 27 the blessing, if you will hearken unto the commandments of HaShem your God, which I command you this day; 28 and the curse, if you will not hearken unto the commandments of HaShem your God, but turn aside out of the way which I command you this day, to go after other gods, which ye have not known.”…

Our Muslim neighbors are most obviously polishing their eyes and sharpening their fangs for an all out combined heavy attack on the state of Israel. …Syria has announced its ability and readiness to destroy Tel-Aviv with missiles, Egypt has announced its view that the Camp David accords of that absurd excuse for a peace treaty is no longer viable or worth even the paper it was written on. In Lebanon Hhizbulla rules the show and as you likely know has a vast store of missiles etc just waiting to let loose on us here. I don’t have to remind you what intentions Iran and Iraq have. TransJordan has cagily voiced its readiness to join in any war against Israel. The planned attack is to make the attacks of 1948 and 1972 look like child’s play.  Don’t be fool enough to trust any backing from Turkey, or from any other country for that matter.

…Strange things are happening in the world. Aside from riots in a wide range of countries like there never was before, weird weather, earthquakes in unlikely places, many very powerful earthquakes and many more then ever before in human history. The big one in Virginia, was in an unlikely place and its shock waves went very far…  Am I saying this to scare you? No. This is not just for scaring. It is for waking you up to the fact that things are going forward in the script that HaShem wrote millennia ago. The finale of the opera is on its way. HaShem is getting ready to say “Fenito la Comedia”.

…So what is the connection to what I was shown, Shiluahh Haken, literally meaning the sending of the nest? The missvah consists of finding a bird’s nest in a place not owned by the person, sending off the mother bird …then taking the eggs or chicks…

What does this strange sounding mysterious missvah mean to us? I will tell only part and hint the rest, for I am not permitted more than that. Whoever merits understanding will understand from that, be it at first or being it after some contemplation. The mother bird is the Sh’khina, the nest symbolises both the place of the Beit Mikdash and the hiding place of Mashiahh until the time comes for HaShem to reveal him. For chicks to be born the eggs must hatch, break open, and the chicks cry out to their mother to feed them and the father and/or mother teach them to fly…

I have always known Sh’Khina to be the Holy Spirit.  If He is going to ‘vacate’ the nest, is this what is foretold in 2 Thessalonians 2:7?  At which point the eggs are taken (the rapture occurs)? And if you read on in Thessalonians, THEN the wicked are revealed and the wrath takes place.
This was written by a Rabbi and I recognized it immediately as a vision of the rapture – specifically of 2 Thessalonians 2:7 (which, because it’s New Testament, Jews do not believe in).  But I believe He can use them, just the same, to tell the same message and prepare others who DO believe in the already come Yeshua as Messiah.  The timing is amazing.  The message is clear to me.  This is an affirmation.  The second in two weeks.

As for the parsha (about how the blessing/curse of the Lord)?  Well, there *IS* a huge connection between that parsha and the vision of the nest.  The rapture is a blessing to those who keep His commands, but a curse to those who do not obey (keep Torah).

I am excited.

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