The Lord Our Husband – Part 8

For your Maker is your husband,
The Lord of hosts is His name;
And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel;
He is called the God of the whole earth.
Isaiah 54:5 (NKJV)

Names of the Lord Our Husband

Isaiah 54:5 shows us several names that are specific to the Lord as our Husband.

  • Our Maker is our Husband.
  • Our Husband’s name is the Lord of Hosts.
  • Our Redeemer is our Husband.
  • Our Husband is the Holy One of Israel.
  • Our Husband is called the God of the whole earth.

The Lord Our Husband, the Holy One of Israel

The Lord our Husband as the Holy One of Israel, shows our Husband in context of being sovereign over the nation of Israel. Perhaps we may not be direct members of the nation of Israel, but we can learn about our role in the Kingdom of Heaven and our role with the Lord our Husband, the Holy One of Israel. As members of the Kingdom of Heaven, our Husband’s people are to be a pure and holy nation that turns toward Him—not away from Him and provoking Him to anger. We have responsibility for our individual selves. We are also part of a Kingdom and our behavior impacts more than just us individually. In addition for repenting for yourself and your generations, please include in this section repenting on behalf of your nation of provoking the Holy One of Israel to anger of the items listed below. In replacement, please ask the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel, how you are to interact in your Husband’s Kingdom with others to encourage their relationship with Him.

Repent

  • Provoking our Husband, the Holy One of Israel to anger by the following (Is 1:4):
    • Being a sinful nation
    • Being laden with iniquity
    • Being a brood of evil doers
    • Being corrupt children
    • Forsaking the Lord
    • Turning away backward from our Husband, the Holy One of Israel

Replace

  • For thus says the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel:
    “In returning and rest you shall be saved;
    In quietness and confidence shall be your strength.”
    Isaiah 30:15 (NKJV)

Stewardship/Reflection

I invite you to take time with the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel, and ponder these items for growth in your daily walk with Him.

Please ask the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel the following:

  • In what areas of your life do you need to return to the Holy One of Israel?
    • What needs to be put into place for this to be successful?
  • What does returning and resting for salvation and deliverance in the Holy One of Israel look like for situations you currently face?
  • What do you need for quietness and confidence to be your strength in returning to your Husband, the Holy One of Israel?
  • In taking a look at the bigger role you participate in the Kingdom that goes beyond being responsible for yourself as an individual, what areas is the Lord calling you to on a larger scale to impact the relationship of others in your city, community and/or nation in their relationship to the Holy One of Israel?
    • What steps need to be implemented to put this calling into action?
    • What is the Lord’s timeline for the steps to be implemented?

Copyright 2016 Rivkah Isaacs

The Lord Our Husband – Part 7

For your Maker is your husband,
The Lord of hosts is His name;
And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel;
He is called the God of the whole earth.
Isaiah 54:5 (NKJV)

Names of the Lord Our Husband

Isaiah 54:5 shows us several names that are specific to the Lord as our Husband.

  • Our Maker is our Husband.
  • Our Husband’s name is the Lord of Hosts.
  • Our Redeemer is our Husband.
  • Our Husband is the Holy One of Israel.
  • Our Husband is called the God of the whole earth.

The Lord Our Husband, the Holy One of Israel

The title of the Lord our Husband, the Holy One of Israel, has occupied many of my thoughts these past few weeks as I ponder and search out Scriptures that reveal who is the Lord, the Holy One of Israel. Learning who He is as the Holy One of Israel shows us who He wants to be to us. We see how we are to interact with Him and how we are to speak of Him to others.

How often they provoked Him in the wilderness,
And grieved Him in the desert!
Yes, again and again they tempted God,
And limited the Holy One of Israel.
They did not remember His power:
The day when He redeemed them from the enemy.

Psalm 78:40-42 (NKJV)

Repent & Replace

As part of the bride of Christ, I repent and ask for forgiveness on behalf of myself and my generations for how we have (repent of items listed below)…

  • Provoking Him during wilderness experiences (Ps 78:40)
  • Grieving Him while in the desert (Ps 78:40)
  • Tempting God, our Husband, the Holy One of Israel (Ps 78:41)
    • This Hebrew word for “tempt” means, “to test, try, prove, tempt, assay, put to the proof or test”
  • Limiting the Holy One of Israel, our Husband (Ps 78:41)
  • Not remembering the power of our Husband, the Holy One of Israel, when He redeemed us from the enemy (Ps 78:42)
  • Not remembering the power of our Husband, the Holy One of Israel, when He worked His signs in Egypt (Ps 78:42)

I choose to replace these with (replace with the items below)…

  • Remembering the works of the Lord (Psalm 77:11)
  • Remembering the ancient wonders the Lord accomplished (Psalm 77:11)
  • Meditating on all the works of the Lord your Husband, your Maker, your Redeemer, the God of the whole earth, the Holy One of Israel (Psalm 77:11, Isaiah 54:5)
  • Talking of the deeds of the Lord your Husband, your Maker, your Redeemer, the God of the whole earth, the Holy One of Israel (Psalm 77:11, Isaiah 54:5)
  • The Lord your Husband, your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel helps you by making you into a new threshing sledge with sharp teeth (Isaiah 41:14-15)
  • You shall rejoice in the Lord and glory in the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel (Isaiah 41:16)
  • The Lord your Husband, your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel, teaches you to profit (Isaiah 48:17)
  • The Lord your Husband, your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel, leads you by the way you should go (Isaiah 48:17)
  • Praise the Lord and declare His deeds throughout the earth (Isaiah 12:4)
  • Sing to the Lord for the excellent things He has done (Isaiah 12:5)
  • Shout for great is the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel, who is in your midst (Isaiah 12:6)

Stewardship/Reflection

I invite you to take time with the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel, and ponder these items for growth in your daily intimacy with the Him.

  • What are some of the works recorded in Scripture that are meaningful to you?
    • If by remembering these and knowing that the Lord your Husband is the same today, how would you live?
    • Are there things you need to adjust in your thinking, lifestyle, etc. in order to live in alignment with who the Lord your Husband really is?
  • Are there ways that you may be limiting the work of the Lord your Husband in your life?
    • If so, what are they?
    • Please ask Him how He wants to be omnipotent in your life.
  • Please ask Him to teach you how you can profit. This Hebrew word for “profit” means, “to gain, profit, benefit and avail.”
    • Are there things He has shown you already?
    • What steps have you taken to work toward them?
    • What things need to be added or removed from your life to learn from the things He is teaching you in order for you to profit?
  • What would your life look like if you lived from the reality that the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel leads you by the way you should go?
    • How is the reality of the Lord your Husband leading you the way you should go impact you differently than it being the Lord God, or God the Father who leads you?
  • How do these replacement verses change how you live and interact with the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel?

Copyright 2016 Rivkah Isaacs

The Lord Our Husband – Part 6

For your Maker is your husband,
The Lord of hosts is His name;
And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel;
He is called the God of the whole earth.
Isaiah 54:5 (NKJV)

 

Names of the Lord Our Husband

Isaiah 54:5 shows us several names that are specific to the Lord as our Husband.

  • Our Maker is our Husband.
  • Our Husband’s name is the Lord of Hosts.
  • Our Redeemer is our Husband.
  • Our Husband is the Holy One of Israel.
  • Our Husband is called the God of the whole earth.

The Lord Our Husband, the Holy One of Israel

Scripture conveys to us how we are to interact with the Lord our Husband, the Holy One of Israel. It shows us what breaks down and what strengthens our relationship with Him.

As I look through these passages, I find myself sorrowful and repentant of how I have treated the Lord my Husband, the Holy One of Israel. I know it is not right to treat the Lord in these ways, but to think of them in the aspect of treating the Lord my Husband in these ways sheds a new light on how I treat Him. I would never think of saying anything negative or devaluing of pure gold, or a perfect diamond. Yet, the Lord my Husband, the Holy One of Israel, is far more precious and perfect than anything I know of on earth. How much more respectful and honoring am I to be to the Lord my Husband, the Holy One of Israel, than I am to things that are temporal and created by the Maker of everything?

I invite you to join me in repenting of the negative relational aspects of how we and/or our generations have treated the Lord our Husband, the Holy One of Israel. After repenting, please replace by using the following Scriptures related to the Lord our Husband, the Holy One of Israel.

Repent & Replace

As part of the bride of Christ, I repent and ask for forgiveness on behalf of myself and my generations for how we have (repent of items listed below)…

  • Reproached, taunted, blasphemed, defied, railed and upbraided the Lord our Husband, the Holy one of Israel (2 King 19:22; Is 37:23)
    • Reproach (Strong’s H2778): to reproach, taunt, blaspheme, defy, jeopardize, rail, upbraid
  • Jeopardized our relationship with the Lord our Husband, the Holy One of Israel by reproaching Him (2 King 19:22; Is 37:23)
  • Blasphemed our Husband, the Holy One of Israel (2 King 19:22; Is 37:23)
  • Raised our voice in exaltation against our Husband, the Holy One of Israel (2 King 19:22; Is 37:23)
  • Lifted up our eyes and exalted ourselves against our Husband, the Holy One of Israel (2 King 19:22; Is 37:23)

I choose to replace these with (replace with the items below)…

  • Praising and singing to our Husband, the Holy One of Israel (Ps 71:22)
  • Rejoicing with lips and soul in song to the One who redeemed us, our Husband, our Redeemer (Ps 71:23)
  • Our tongues shall talk and testify of His righteousness all day of the Lord our Husband, the Holy One of Israel (Psalm 71:22, 24)
  • Looking our Maker and having eyes that respect the Holy One of Israel (Is 17:7)
  • Glorying in the Holy One of Israel (Is 41:16)

Implementation & Reflection

I invite you to ask the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel, these following questions as you grow in your relationship with Him.

  • Are there ways that I knowingly, or unknowingly reproach You?
    • If so, why do I do that?
    • Is there a wound or pain that I have that is the source of me reproaching You?
    • How would You like to heal this area of my life?
    • If this began in my generations, please show me where it began so I can take responsibility for it and get to the root issue in my life?
  • Are there ways that I jeopardize my relationship with You by reproaching You?
    • If so, why do I do that?
    • Is there a wound or pain that I have that is the source of me reproaching You?
    • How would You like to heal this area of my life?
    • If this began in my generations, please show me where it began so I can take responsibility for it and get to the root issue in my life?
  • How do I make changes to remove these negative aspects from negatively impacting my relationship with You?
  • Please teach me in ways I have not known before as how to praise and sing to You as my Husband, the Holy One of Israel.
  • What practical steps do I need to apply to my life to actively participate in the replacement items listed above?
  • Is there anything else You would like to show me?

May you continue to grow and be blessed in your relationship to the Lord your Husband, the Holy One of Israel.


Copyright 2016 Rivkah Isaacs

The Lord Our Husband – Part 5

For your Maker is your husband,
The Lord of hosts is His name;
And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel;
He is called the God of the whole earth.
Isaiah 54:5 (NKJV)

 

Names of the Lord Our Husband

Isaiah 54:5 shows us several names that are specific to the Lord as our Husband.

  • Our Maker is our Husband.
  • Our Husband’s name is the Lord of Hosts.
  • Our Redeemer is our Husband.
  • Our Husband is the Holy One of Israel.
  • Our Husband is called the God of the whole earth.

Blessing: The Lord of Hosts is Our Husband

Beloved, the Lord your Maker created you to live in covenant relationship with Him as the Lord your Husband, whose name is the Lord of Hosts.

Beloved, hear the Word of the Lord for you.

For your Maker is your husband,
The Lord of hosts is His name;
And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel;
He is called the God of the whole earth.
Isaiah 54:5 (NKJV)

Then you shall know that I have sent this commandment to you,
That My covenant with Levi may continue,”
Says the Lord of hosts.
“My covenant was with him, one of life and peace,
And I gave them to him that he might fear Me;
So he feared Me
And was reverent before My name.”
Malachi 2:4-5 (NKJV)

Beloved, the Lord of Hosts made a covenant of life and peace with Levi as a priest that extended to his descendants. When you are in Christ, you are a member of the royal priesthood (1 Pet 2:9). Since Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever, what the Lord intended for the covenant of life and peace with Levi as a priest and his descendants, He intends for you today as a member of the royal priesthood.

The Hebrew word for peace is shalom, which means, “completeness (in number); safety and soundness (in body); welfare, health and prosperity; peace, quiet and tranquility; contentment; peace, friendship of human relationships and with God especially in covenant relationship; peace (from war).”

As the Lord of Hosts, your Husband is the Commander-in-Chief of the armies of angels. Thus, He is able to provide the protection from the enemy that is available to you in this covenant of life and peace.

Beloved, I bless you to live from the provision of the covenant of life and peace the Lord your Husband, the Lord of Hosts, has made with you. May you fully experience the provision of abundant life made available to you by your Husband in the covenant of life and peace. I bless you to live from the provisions of the covenant of peace/shalom, which include: completeness (in number); safety and soundness (in body); welfare health and prosperity; peace, quiet and tranquility; contentment; peace, friendship of human relationships and with God especially in covenant relationship; peace (from war).

I bless you to be strengthened by the assurance of the Lord your Husband’s love for you to know He will protect you in this covenant relationship. May you grow in your identity and love by knowing and experiencing your Husband’s covenant with you for life and shalom.

Beloved, please turn your face to the Lord your Husband, the Lord of Hosts. Please ask Him to teach you how to live from the fullness of the covenant of life and peace He has made with you. Please ask Him how you can relate to Him as your Husband, the Lord of Hosts, within the provisions of the covenant of life and peace. Please ask Him to instruct your spirit, soul and body to live from the provisions contained in the covenant of life and peace.

Beloved, I bless you to know the Lord your Husband, the Lord of Hosts, has made a covenant of life and peace with you. May your Husband bless your spirit, soul and body with the provisions that come from the covenant of life and peace. I bless you in the name of Yeshua, in the name of Jesus.

Copyright 2016 Rivkah Isaacs

The Lord Our Husband – Part 4

For your Maker is your husband,
The Lord of hosts is His name;
And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel;
He is called the God of the whole earth.
Isaiah 54:5 (NKJV)

 

Names of the Lord Our Husband

Isaiah 54:5 shows us several names that are specific to the Lord as our Husband.

  • Our Maker is our Husband.
  • Our Husband’s name is the Lord of Hosts.
  • Our Redeemer is our Husband.
  • Our Husband is the Holy One of Israel.
  • Our Husband is called the God of the whole earth.

The Lord Our Maker is Our Husband

In addition to learning about who the Lord our Husband is to us, Scripture shows us how we are to live as His bride in how we interact with Him and with others. Let’s see what these verses show us as to how we are to interact with others and the Lord our Maker and Husband.

He who oppresses the poor reproaches his Maker,
But he who honors Him has mercy on the needy.
Proverbs 14:31 (NKJV)

He who mocks the poor reproaches his Maker;
He who is glad at calamity will not go unpunished.
Proverbs 17:5 (NKJV)

The rich and the poor have this in common,
The Lord is the maker of them all.
Proverbs 22:2 (NKJV)

In living as the bride of Christ, Scripture teaches us that how we treat the poor reflects on our relationship and response to Him. Mocking and oppressing the poor reproaches our Maker, our Husband.

Hebrew Definitions
Oppress [Strong’s H6231]  – “to press upon, oppress, violate, defraud, do violence, get deceitfully, wrong, extort”

Reproach [Strong’s H2778] – “to reproach, taunt, blaspheme, defy, jeopardize, rail, upbraid”

Mock [Strong’s H3932] – “to mock, deride, ridicule”

These passages of Scripture show us that if we oppress or mock the poor, we reproach the Lord our Maker and Husband. We honor the Lord our Husband by having mercy on those who are poor and needy. There is punishment for those who rejoice at the calamity of others. The purpose in knowing these passages has a couple of applications.

First, we can see what we are not supposed to do. In knowing this, we can repent of ways either we have participated in, or how our past generations have participated in mocking and oppressing the poor. This gives the opportunity to ask the Lord’s forgiveness in our lives and in our past generations. Then we can ask the Lord to remove any punishment or curses that may be hindering us from receiving from Him.

Second, we can repent of reproaching the Lord our Maker and Husband for how we and our generations have mocked and oppressed the poor. This allows us to heal our relationship to the Lord our Husband.

Third, we focus on the positive aspect of honoring the Lord our Maker and Husband by having mercy on the poor. It’s essential to know and understand what we can do to nurture a good relationship with the Lord our Husband. By knowing His heart for the poor, we represent Him and His heart toward others. We honor Him as we act on His behalf. By knowing Him and representing Him well, we strengthen our relationship to Him as our Husband. This deepens our intimacy with Him as we know, treasure and live from His heart.

Even if we have been merciful to the poor in our lives, it’s likely that somewhere along the lines in our generations that not everyone was merciful to the poor. In repenting of this in our lives and our generations, we open the door for the Lord’s blessings to come through the generations. Also, we close the door to any punishment or generational curses that may come down through the family line.

Reconciling this aspect of our relationship to the Lord our Maker and Husband helps us in our relationship to the Lord our Husband, who is our Redeemer and the Holy One of Israel. It is our Husband our Redeemer and the Holy One of Israel who teaches us to profit and leads us in the way we should go.

Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer,
The Holy One of Israel:
“I am the Lord your God,
Who teaches you to profit,
Who leads you by the way you should go.”
Isaiah 48:17 (NKJV)

Prayer of Repentance and Replacement

Please join me in a prayer of repentance and replacement based on the truth revealed in these verses.

Dear Heavenly Father, as a member of the royal priesthood, I take responsibility for my part of my relationship with You as the Lord my Maker and my Husband. I repent of my actions and on behalf of the actions of all my generations for how we have oppressed, pressed upon, violated, defrauded, did violence toward, got deceitfully from, wronged and extorted the poor. I repent of how I and my generations have mocked, derided and ridiculed the poor; and for ways we took pleasure in the calamity of others. I repent of how I and my generations have dishonored and reproached, taunted, blasphemed, defied, railed against you and upbraided you. I repent of how we have jeopardized our relationship with you as the Lord our Maker and our Husband in how we have treated the poor. Please forgive me and my generations for mocking and oppressing the poor. Please forgive me and my generations for reproaching You. (If specific memories of these come to mind, please lay these before the Lord.)  I bind and break all Satan’s power and authority over me and my generations in these areas of oppressing and mocking the poor and of reproaching You. Please reverse any punishment that may be on me due to previous actions of myself or generations that came from taking pleasure in the calamity of others.

I choose to replace mocking and oppressing the poor with having mercy on the them. I choose to honor my relationship to You by how I interact with all whom You have created, including the poor. Please show me now to increase my awareness and actions of extending mercy to the poor. Please teach me how I can be more honoring of You as the Lord my Maker and my Husband. Please teach me how to profit. Please lead me in the way I should go. I ask for justice, restoration and restitution for all that was stolen, killed and destroyed in my life due to mocking and oppressing the poor, as well as what was stole in my relationship with You as my Husband due to reproaching You. If there is any amends and restitution I need to make with others, please show me. If there is nothing I can do to make restitution, please bless those I or my generations mocked and oppressed. Please reverse the curses this put on them and I bless them in the name of Jesus. I ask this in the name of Jesus, in the name of Yeshua. Amen.

Copyright 2016 Rivkah Isaacs

The Lord Our Husband – Part 3

For your Maker is your husband,
The Lord of hosts is His name;
And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel;
He is called the God of the whole earth.
Isaiah 54:5 (NKJV)

 

As we continue with our series on “The Lord Our Husband,” maintaining the focus that the Lord is our Husband, rather than our Husband who is the Lord, keeps us from making an idol of husband. We do not want to make God in the image as our Husband based on earthly relationships. For women, it is important not to go into a fantasy world of God as our Husband. It would be easy to do so for women who are unmarried. It could be an escape for women who are in less than ideal marriages. For men, the aspect of the Lord being their Husband needs to be based on Scripture on who God says He is to them. The model of male-female relationship in natural marriage does not work for men to apply to their relationship with the Lord as their Husband. There are aspects of the male-female relationship in natural marriage that for women should not be applied to how they view the Lord as their Husband either. Instead of looking at natural relationships of how husbands and wives interact to see how we are to interact with the Lord our Husband, we look to the Scripture to see what it says about the Lord our God in His role to us as Husband. We need to see what He says about being our Husband, not what we think He should be like based on earthly marriages.

 

Names of the Lord Our Husband

Isaiah 54:5 shows us several names that are specific to the Lord as our Husband.

  • Our Maker is our Husband.
  • Our Husband’s name is the Lord of Hosts.
  • Our Redeemer is our Husband.
  • Our Husband is the Holy One of Israel.
  • Our Husband is called the God of the whole earth.

The Lord Our Maker is Our Husband

“Woe to him who strives with his Maker!
Let the potsherd strive with the potsherds of the earth!
Shall the clay say to him who forms it, ‘What are you making?’
Or shall your handiwork say, ‘He has no hands?’”
Isaiah 45:9

We understand this Scripture mostly from the perspective of the Lord our Maker as our Father. Whereas that is a correct interpretation and application of this passage, this blessing is based on the Lord our Maker in its application to Him being our Husband.

Blessing you with the Lord your Maker as your Husband

Beloved, the Lord your Maker is your Husband. His intricate fashioning and designing of you fits you perfectly as His bride. He created you, chose you and loves you. It is one thing to know your Heavenly Father as the Lord your Maker. For indeed, your Heavenly Father is your Maker. However, the Lord your Maker is also your Husband. This role differs from that of your Heavenly Father as your Maker. Knowing your Maker as your Husband brings love and assurance that fills a place in your heart that can only be filled by Him as your Husband.

Beloved, hear the Word of the Lord for you.

For your Maker is your husband,
The Lord of hosts is His name;
And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel;
He is called the God of the whole earth.
Isaiah 54:5 (NKJV)

“Woe to him who strives with his Maker!
Let the potsherd strive with the potsherds of the earth!
Shall the clay say to him who forms it, ‘What are you making?’
Or shall your handiwork say, ‘He has no hands?’”
Isaiah 45:9 (NKJV)

Beloved, it is one thing to not strive or contend against the Lord your Maker as Father who made you. It is completely another thing to not strive or contend against the Lord your Maker who is your Husband. The deepest longing in your heart, whether as a man or a woman, is to be loved. Perhaps you have wondered, “Will I be loved and accepted based on how I am created, including my natural strengths and weaknesses? Will this love and acceptance result in marriage or being able to sustain a happy healthy marriage? If someone really knows me, will they love me or perceive me as an imposter?” These answers come from being in a covenant relationship with someone in a marriage that cannot be met in relationship with a parent. Knowing your Maker who made you, formed you, fashioned you and chose you to be His bride answers these questions and meets these needs.

Beloved, I bless you to live from the place of confidence and reality that the Lord your Maker perfectly fashioned you. He chose you from the beginning of time to be in covenant relationship to Him as His bride. I bless you to stop striving with the Lord your Maker, who is your Husband, over how He fashioned you. Striving with Him over how He made you keeps you from being able to partner with Him in the work of bringing the Kingdom of Heaven to earth. I bless you to know that the Lord your Maker, who is your Husband, truly loves and cherishes you. He takes delight in you. You bring Him pleasure. I bless you to live in harmony with the Lord your Husband. I bless you to know the depth of the covenant of life and peace He has made with you as a member of the royal priesthood (Mal 2:4-5, 1 Pet 2:9).

Beloved, hear the Word of the Lord for you.

Let Israel rejoice in their Maker;
Let the children of Zion be joyful in their King.
Let them praise His name with the dance;
Let them sing praises to Him with the timbrel and harp.

For the Lord takes pleasure in His people;
He will beautify the humble with salvation.
Psalm 149:2-4 (NKJV)

Beloved, I bless you to rejoice in your Maker, the Lord your Husband. I bless you to be joyful in your King and Husband. May you sing praises to His name. I bless you to live from the reality that the Lord your Maker, who is your Husband, takes pleasure in you. As you continue to grow in your humility, may your presence reflect the beauty of the salvation of the Lord your Maker and Husband.

Beloved, please turn your face and heart to the Lord your Maker and your Husband. Please ask Him to heal your perception of how you see yourself where you strive with Him over how He made you. Please ask Him to show you how to live from being fully loved by Him as your Husband in how He made you. Please ask Him how you can partner with Him as His bride in who you are for the purpose of bringing the Kingdom of Heaven to earth. Please ask Him to show you the pleasure He takes in you, His beloved bride. As the bride of Christ, I bless you in the name of Yeshua, in the name of Jesus.

Copyright 2016 Rivkah Isaacs