Refreshing words about the narrow entrance and the path of righteousness ( from “Heart of a Savior”)

Come through the narrow entrance, for wide is the entrance and expansive in the way of “Avaddon” ( destruction), and many are those who enter it. But narrow is the entrance and restrained is the way of life, and those who find it are few.”

He restores my soul; He guides me in the paths of righteousness for His Name’s sake.” Psalm 23:3

Yeshua shared these words of wisdom with me this morning:


Numerous are the ones who speak about the narrow path, but in their actions they openly reject it. Psalm 23 clearly states “He guides me in the paths of righteousness for His Name’s sake”. Any true disciple will be accompanied to the narrow entrance, this is truly what he will be shown. Many will use pretexts to avoid an exiguous entry, because they are scared of the lack of compromise when they are meant to follow me. They will realize that it will be high time to give up lies that arrange them.

A popular, diluted, worldly version of the Messiah is largely displayed, but this is not who I am.

Not everybody is ready to make the effort to willingly choose the narrow path, like this young, rich man who wouldn’t abandon his numerous goods.

The Hebrew word “Petach”, which carries the meaning of doorway or entrance also contrains some precious teaching about restricting and watching our words. By consciously choosing “ petach hatzar”, the narrow entrance, a disciple will also have to master the flow that comes out of his mouth.

Pe” is the letter of the mouth, “Tav” represents the Torah and “Het” is the letter of life and grace. By mastering his words and following the ways of the Torah, the true Talmid ( disciple) will be granted life and grace in a path of righteousness. The reward that is attached to taking the narrow entrance is bigger than the apparent sacrifice the disciple is making.

The Tzaddik, (the righteous), by definition, is set apart. Therefore, he will choose “petach hatzar”, the narrow entrance, spontaneously.

Do not expect to be understood by the world. The world will reject you. The world will persecute true disciples. You are from Heaven. This is your true home. You have been taken out of darkness.

You have a responsibility towards a world that is plunged in darkness and in perdition which is to restore light.

I am the Way. I designed the way for my followers. Anybody who would claim to reform my words in order to “adapt a modern world in constant change” would be found a liar before my Face.

I don’t change. I am the same.

Following me costs an effort. Either you accept it or you don’t. You are free of your choice.”

Copyright© by Isabelle Esling

Besides tranquil waters ( from “Heart of a Savior”)

“My Yeshua, I noticed that you have been slowing me down lately. You invited me to rest while I was stressing over continuing my work…”

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“My daughter, too often you forget that I want to spend time in your company. Too often, you omit that I want us to just enjoy each other. Just rest in my arms and delight yourself in my presence. Be attentive to my loving care. You must reach the tranquil waters. Your soul must slow down to be more receptive. The more time you will spend in my presence, the more you will be able to share meaningful details about me. This is what the great majority of people is completely missing out about me. Your prayer doesn’t have to be made of constant blabber or verses reciting. You don’t have to stress over the meaning of a verse all the time.

Child you are not a Bible scholar, you are not meant to be. You are my “talmida”, my student, my disciple, and as such you must get used to resting and staying silent in my company. Observance comes from observation; this observation must come from the inner side of you soul. A silent soul can catch the voice of the Spirit. If you do hurry all the time and stress about how and what to share with your readership, you will miss the most important part of my teaching. Therefore, through diverse circumstances and events, I am telling you to slow down and to come to rest.

Doesn’t it feel better now that you accepted my counsel?

Don’t you feel better, my precious child?

When I was teaching at the synagogues, people were wondering where my wisdom came from. I knew the meaning of the Scriptures and revealed the very depths of their heart. My wisdom comes from Heaven, from our heavenly Father. Child, at each moment, the Holy Spirit will instruct you, if you are attentive.

You were drifting away and I caught you back.”

 

“Yeshua, I apologize to you. I know that I am getting caught into this virtual world that sometimes absorbs me. Thanks for reminding me of the most important: you. I was stressing over finding a theme, a verse to discuss. Yeshua I want to know you, nothing matters more to me. “
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I was reflecting on tranquil waters this morning. “Ein Guedi”, Yeshua whispered to my ears and a wonderful source of water became visible before my eyes.

Yeshua allows my soul to wander through the Israeli path of the Shepherds and keeps my spiritual eye in constant awe. Tranquil waters, sources of blessing are watering my soul in the loving presence of my beloved. Yeshua, guardian of my soul, please keep me on your path, always.

Copyright© by Isabelle Esling