September 28, 2017 Just grab pen and paper, because Truusje shows you a trick and tells you a little secret too. If you find it difficult to pretend that you can write Hebrew, the language spoken in Israel, then take it with you to your friends. But sssh, don’t tell them our little secret right away, huh? Lots of fun! (After clicking the video, wait for a moment until it plays.)
Published on Sep 28, 2017 by Evangelical Endtime Machine International & Heiscoming12
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Hello, children! Today, I may tell and read to you a message, just in my own words. But the words and the assignment all come from the angel of God, on behalf of the Lord Jesus Christ, Yeshua HaMashiach. You all listen and grab pen and paper – but a thick marker may be even better – and two sheets of paper and a mirror. I’ll be right back, see you soon!
Hello, it’s me again…
The angel of God said: I greet you in the Name of Jesus Christ, Yeshua HaMashiach. Shalom, children!
Yes, Jesus Christ is the Son of God.
But where He lived and where He was born was far, far away, in Israel, a long time ago, 2,000 years ago. And they don’t speak Dutch over there then either! They speak Hebrew there, and at that time Old Aramaic. And one simply said: ‘Yeshua HaMashiach’. And, well, of course, in Dutch it is ‘Jezus Christus’, and in English ‘Jesus Christ’, and so on. But you can best say ‘Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ’, His true Name.
And now, write down the Name of Jesus Christ…
Ready? Okay. Keep His Name in front of the mirror. Then what do you see? Well, that’s crazy, isn’t it? That seems like Hebrew! So crazy, huh? And write it over. So, that’s difficult. But you take all the time you need. I’ll show you how it will look then… look! Special, isn’t it? And that is not easy, huh? But can you do it? Do you know, that then you have a beautiful testimony, because then you take it with you to other children, and then you ask the others: “What does that say?” Ha ha ha ha ha, yes, that is not easy. And they all will find it very special that you made that. And then you show it to them in the mirror, or in the window. That’s a great opportunity to tell the children about who He, Jesus Christ, Yeshua HaMashiach, is, and what He means to you!
Well, and shall I tell you a secret?
Yes? Actually, it doesn’t belong to the message, though. But I’m pretty smart, even though I’m very small. And I found it so difficult, and if it’s too difficult for you too, then you need to fold the sheet in half… Shhh, but don’t tell, don’t tell anyone, right? Don’t do that, right? It’s just between us, huh? But then you simply secretly do… oh no, secretly is not allowed, is it… in secret then, okay? Then you double-fold it, and then you are going to look very well where the lines are, and you are going to trace it exactly on the back. Shhh, don’t tell anybody, hey… our little secret, huh, when it is too difficult. But just try to trace it first with the mirror, right? Or trace it… Oops, I say it wrong… first write it over. If you don’t succeed, then you can trace it. But shhh, our little secret, huh? Okay…
By the way, the messenger angel of God, Rafaël, also said:
My name is Rafaël, a messenger angel of God, and I’m going now, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom!
Well, lots of fun with this assignment, hey!
And just tell the people that Jesus Christ, Yeshua HaMashiach, lived not only 2,000 years ago, but that He still exists today, and wants to be your Friend and your Leader. And He loves you very much, and He wants you to open your heart to Him. Just tell them that! And don’t be afraid to say that, and just use this as a help. Hey, our little secret, huh? Cheerio, cheerio, bye, bye, wave, wave, and God bless!
And I say, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom!!! Bye, bye
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