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We Can Truly Trust Our LORD!

By Cathy Meijer





Today, the 28th of December, I felt The LORD wanted me to give you all a short testimony of HIS love and care, when we surrender everything, and trust and obey Him.


In a world filled with darkness, problems, and grief, I want to share a short story about our Abba (Father) who worked so many wonders in my and our (Yochanan and me) lives.


You can find on this website a page which is all about Yerushalayim and Israel.


Today I was tagged in a message about Israel on LinkedIn. It was then, that I felt His Ruach Hakodesh breathing over me, to use HIS pencil to put the focus on HIM, instead of the land. Because, without HIM we would not be there.


So I was moved to write a short testimony.


Yes, Israel is a pearl. But because of our *G-d, Who created us, gave us the land and the calling to be a Nation that will shine HIS light in this dark world. He Who Promised Is Faithful.


I want to thank our Lord. *G-d of Avraham Yitzchak and Ya’akov! *G-d of Israel!


He has worked wonders in my life.


One of them was how, after He suddenly cured me of cancer, He spoke to Yochanan and me while we were in our car, a few days after I heard that the cancer was completely gone.


He said, “You’ll will discover a Jewish cemetery, and then you’ll meet a man who has something to do with Jewish cemeteries, and then you’ll see what I AM going to do in your life!”


The next thing that happened was that a week or so later, we almost literally entered a Jewish cemetery.


The road on which we were driving turned out to be a dead end, and behind a hedge of green bushes, we suddenly saw the cemetery.


A day or so later during a meeting we met “the man” who with a group of people, restored Jewish cemeteries, because they were old, or damaged because of right-wing extremists who painted swastikas on the graves or completely destroyed the graves.


This man looked at me and said, “I feel I should invite you to visit the Synagogue in our town.”


It was the beginning of a wonderful path where I not only discovered my Jewish roots, but also was brought home through our journey to Israel.


*G-d opened doors, He brought the right people on our path.


Money and shelter, everything was taken care of. Yes, Israel the beautiful homeland, but without HIM we are nothing!


Thank You Abba! YOUR land, YOUR Name added to Yerushalayim and we YOUR people.


*The custom of substituting the word “God” with G-d in English is based on the traditional practice in Jewish law of giving God’s Hebrew name a high degree of respect and reverence.


Furthermore, when written or printed, it is forbidden to destroy or erase the name of God (and many of the stand-in names used to refer to God).


I must admit I sometimes write His name without the -. But today, moved by HIS holy breath, to testify about HIS faithfulness, and my roots, I felt it was the proper way to do it.




Blessings and Shalom over you!

Mamme D’Vorah



Called by Yeshua by the will of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

“Adversity is the spark that lights the matches, to glow the fire of self-confidence,” Cathy Meijer.









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10.11 | 06:23

Yes beloved . . . of course it is!!!!! Today! Yesterday and Forever!!!!!

08.11 | 09:41

Amen, I receive it in the Almighty Name of Jesus for family, friends, neighbor's, people in our lives, and myself according to Gods will. Amen

08.11 | 08:11

I see the date on this is May 31, 2016. Does it still apply to today? This is just so beautiful.

06.10 | 06:30

Awesome prayer for supreme court justice . . .

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