The sound of breaking glass!

Re-post in obedience to my Lord. And re-edited because of some minor grammar mistakes, BUT ALSO deeper insight given by the Lover Of My Soul!

While sitting at His feet I hear Him saying: “I hear the sound of breaking glass”

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The sound of breaking glass! Chose to receive His breakthrough blessings!

Yochanan & D'Vorah

While sitting at Abba's feet I hear him saying: “I hear the sound of breaking glass”

We all know a wedding feast is about to come! But never forget our Bridegroom is Jewish. And there are some interesting facts we can learn about a Jewish wedding!

First, there is the fasting in repentance BEFORE the wedding and the purification from the stains of the past in the mikvah (is a bath used for the purpose of ritual immersion in Judaism). it is symbolized in the crushing of the glass, which represents a final, dramatic breaking with the past.


Those who are baptized in water and Ruach HaKodesh, are leaving the past and stepping into HIS life and ways.

Baptism is an outward symbol of an inner change and transformation.

Well, we all have been going or are going through purification and pruning. And many of us have learned how to fast and how to be immersed in deep prayer.

Abba is offering us a full life, by giving His cup from which we can drink. It is a “cup of blessing,” A life that is filled to the brim with real meaning a life living in HIM and through HIM and for HIM!

So, when He said that He heard the sound of breaking glass, He told me and you: Break with your past! You are forgiven!


LECH LECHA leave your plans ambitions and thoughts. Die to the carnal ways of thinking!

Step into the NEW life and drink MY cup of blessings! LIFE IN ABUNDANCE PROTECTION AND BEING MY BRIDE! MAZZELTOV!


**Lech-Lecha, Lekh-Lekha, or Lech-L’cha (לֶךְ-לְךָ leḵ-ləḵā – Hebrew for “go!” or “leave!”, literally “go for you” – the fifth and sixth words in the parashah) is the third weekly Torah portion (פָּרָשָׁה, parashah) in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading. It constitutes Genesis 12:1–17:27