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  • Writer's pictureD'Vorah Meijer

Are You Traveling With Me?

This article is updated April 17th.


The L-rd asked me to take you with me on a journey, as a Yiddishe Mamme. (mother) While I also have a warm heart for the Christians *1) who, just like the sojourners - who traveled with Israel, when they left Egypt, had to be circumcised* first, before they were allowed to join the celebration of Pesach, and celebrate G-d's feasts, - to be able to take the journey with us.

** Spiritual speaking also means the circumcision of the heart,

Yechezkel 28:25 (OJB)

25 Thus saith Adonoi Hashem: When I shall have gathered the Bais Yisroel from the people among whom they are scattered, and I shall show Myself as set apart as kodesh in them in the sight of the Goyim, then shall they dwell in their adamah (land) that I have given to Avdi Ya’akov (My servant Jacob).


Ezekiel 28: 25 “This is what the Sovereign L-rd says: When I gather the people of Israel from the nations where they have been scattered, I will be proved holy through them in the sight of the nations. Then they will live in their own land, which I gave to my servant Jacob. 26 They will live there in safety and will build houses and plant vineyards; they will live in safety when I inflict punishment on all their neighbors who maligned them. Then they will know that I am the Lord their G-d.’


The number which means - perfect waiting time-

Twenty years ago, (the number which means - perfect waiting time-) The L-rd started revealing to me that I am a Jewess (Father & Mother). It was the beginning of a journey, of learning, listening, reading, and asking Abba all my questions in prayer. And it ended in changing my name in court, into my Hebrew name. Abba ( Father) brought me HOME in His heart, In HIS Land ( Yochanan and I will make Aliyah in HIS perfect time) t ) The L-rd started revealing to me that I am a Jewess (Father & Mother). It was the beginning of a journey, of learning, listening, reading, and asking Abba all my questions in prayer. And it ended in changing my name in court, to my Hebrew name. Abba ( Father) brought me HOME in His heart, In HIS Land ( Yochanan and I will make Aliyah in HIS perfect time)

And now HaShem is telling me,
to take others with me to discover that same journey! It is for all of those, who feel it is time for unity, between each of us and our L-rd.



To take a journey together, and whoever wants to find the way to our Spiritual Canaan, a land filled with giants, but Joshua and Caleb saw right through it!
They trusted G-d!

In The End, It Will Be One Flock With One Shepherd, One Word, and One G-d!

Why G-d called Joshua.


After the death of Moses, G-d called on Joshua to lead the Israelites across the Jordan River and take possession of the promised land. G-d guarantees victory in the military campaign and vows never to leave the Israelites so long as they obey his laws.

Joshua is a masculine name of Hebrew origin. Translating to “Jehovah is salvation".


Why G-d called Caleb.


But Avdi Kalev, because he hath a ruach acheret in him, and hath followed after Me fully, him will I bring into HaAretz whereinto he went, and his zera shall inherit it.


Numbers 14: 24 But because My servant Caleb has a different spirit and has followed Me wholeheartedly, I will bring him into the land he has entered, and his descendants will inherit it.


Caleb, sometimes transliterated as Kaleb, is a figure who appears in the Hebrew Bible as a representative of the Tribe of Judah during the Israelites' journey to the Promised Land. Caleb is a Hebrew name that means “faithful,” “whole-hearted,” “bold,” or “brave.” Some people also think that it might mean “devotion to God.” The name is derived from two Hebrew words, “kal” and “lev,” which when put together means “whole-hearted.”

Hebrew meaning of Judah*


This name is pronounced ye-huw-dah in Hebrew. Most Hebrew dictionaries will define this word as "praise" but as this English word is an abstract word it falls short of its true Hebraic meaning. The parent root of this word is יד (YD - yad) meaning "hand". Several child roots are derived from this parent root having the meaning of "throw" including the child root ידה (YDH - yadah), the root of Yehudah. The word "Yehudah" has the meaning of "to throw your hands out". If you were standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon for the first time you might throw your hands out and say "Wow, will you look at that". This is the Hebraic understanding of "praise". When Judah was born to Leah (Genesis 29:35) she said "I will yadah Yahweh." She was pointing to Yahweh and giving him the credit for the birth of her son.

We frequently use the word "praise" in the context of worship to G-d.

Our praise is not meant to be simply singing or praying to G-d, but acting

upon our belief. Our function is to point to G-d so that others can see him. This pointing does not have to be a literal pointing but that our actions in all aspects of our life point to G-d and others will see him as well.

*Credit By Jeff A. Benner Copyright © 1999-2022


When I was not aware of being a Jewess and ministered in Congregations,

I said exactly the same thing to the people.


Singing and praising on a certain day is not enough. It's about how you live every day and whether people see and hear HIM.


With G-d, we jump over walls and we run through an army gang!
Thou, totally different, no longer of this world but of Me, says the L-rd.


Finding the heart of the Father, that is our Canaan. Thou, totally different, no longer of this world but of Me, says the L-rd!

I am called to take others with me.
Using this site, where I may ask you if you would like to travel with me. Exploring together how we can walk the way to the old paths where we find peace for our souls.

I am using the OJB used with permission.
Malachi 4
4 (3:19) For, hinei, HaYom bah (the day cometh), that shall burn as an oven; and kol zedim (all the proud), yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble; and HaYom that cometh shall burn them up, saith Hashem Tzva'os, that it shall leave them neither shoresh (root) nor anaf (branch).

2 (3:20) But unto you that fear My name shall the Shemesh Tzedakah (sun of righteousness) arise with healing in his wings, and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall.
3 (3:21) And ye shall trample down the resha'im; for they shall be ashes under the soles of your feet in HaYom that I shall do this, saith Hashem Tzva'os.

4 (3:22) Remember ye the Torat Moshe Avdi, which I commanded unto him in Chorev for kol Yisroel, with the chukkim (statutes) and mishpatim (judgments).

5 (3:23) Hinei, I will send you Eliyahu HaNavi before the coming of the great and dreadful Yom Hashem;
6 (3:24) And he shall turn the lev-avot to the banim, and the lev-banim to their avot, lest I come and strike the earth with cherem.


Shmuel Bais 22

The Complete Tanakh (Tanach) - Hebrew Bible

The Jewish Bible with a Modern English Translation and Rashi's Commentary

English translation of the entire Tanakh (Tanach) with Rashi's commentary. This Hebrew Bible was edited by esteemed translator and scholar, Rabbi A.J. Rosenberg.



Yirmeyah 6:16-18
16 Thus saith Hashem, Stand ye in the derakhim (crossroads), and look, and ask for the netivot olam (old paths), where is the derech hatov (good road, way), and walk therein, and ye shall find margo’a (rest) for your nefashot. But they said We will not walk therein.


Mamme D'Vorah


GUT SHABBES BELOVEDS, ♦🐝D'Vorah Pnina🐝♦ (דבורה) Meijer

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