But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil. (Heb. 5:14)

The Vision

Yesterday morning, I was listening to a Messianic Rabbi preach Isaiah Chapter 53 on a podcast.  Only a few minutes into the teaching, a vision suddenly manifested: Beside a bright lit lamp rested a large portion of meat. 

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, And a light unto my path. (Ps. 119:105)

What’s For Dinner?

The first seven verses of Isaiah Chapter 53 are considered “perfects of prophetic certitude.”  Meaning, that Jesus Christ as the Messiah and suffering Servant had already been prefigured by GOD the FATHER. That is to say that this “tender plant” who grew in parched soil, who had no form nor comeliness, who was well acquainted with sorrow, who was despised by men and who was undesirable on the Cross was destined to be Israel’s Savior and of the world even before the foundation of the world. I am hearing: A King! Yes, destined to grow and be the King of all Kings!  Amen! And it was through His finished works that Israel and the Church would be redeemed and would also grow. And this was shown twice in visions. The Church, also symbolic of saplings, was growing from dry and cracked ground which is this fallen world. And even against the odds, GOD Himself would, as HE did with HIS Son, watch over Her and reveal as HE wills the strength of His mighty arm. GOD does not forsake HIS faithful Church and people. Praise the Lord with thanksgiving!


Sitting here in my computer room on this beautiful sunny afternoon, I was thinking some more about the vision and realized that the meat not only refers to GOD’S Word which helps us discern good and evil. It also means that those who partake of the strong meat of redemption – of Jesus Christ crucified and glorified – would be well nourished and strengthened by it. And I am hearing: “Vital…Vitality.” 

Vitality: The state of being strong and active; energy. The power giving continuance of life, present in all living things.”the vitality of seeds” (Source: Oxford Languages online)

Isaiah 53 bears proof to Israel and to the Christian world that Jesus Christ is the Messiah who was symbolically concealed in the Old Testament.  And who would, ages later, be openly revealed as the Messiah in the New Testament. I pray that this message given through the Light of the Word and the lens of the Holy Spirit will bear witness to Israel and to the world. And that these seeds of truth, this meat, will strengthen you with vitality…..with life….and life eternal! Amen.

Recommended Reading with Links: Isaiah Chapter 53 and Phil. 3:10-11 and 2 Cor. 5:19-21

Recommended Reading with Link: Parable of the Sower and the Seed

Keep the Faith and Keep on Growing! Suzanne ❤✝

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