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Daca Ma iubiti, veti pazi poruncile Mele.(Ioan.14:15)



Ma Iubesti Teo Family feat. Ionut Craciun & George Ciurdas

Published on May 27, 2016

© Teo Family (2016) – Official Music Video

In urma cu zeci de ani, un baietel de 7 ani pe nume Mihai Wurmbrand, se juca in apropiere de parintii lui intr-un parc din Bucuresti. La un moment dat, baietelul a vazut pe o banca, un om cu Biblia in mana, iar baietelul a inceput sa-i povesteasca ce stia el despre Dumnezeu, la anii sai. Strainul de pe banca cu numele de Costache Ioanid l-a primit pe Hristos in inima chiar in ceasul acela, devenind ulterior, unul dintre cei mai cunoscuti poeti crestini.
Costache Ioanid a scris si poezia ”MA IUBESTI” iar astazi dupa zeci de ani ma simt onorat, alaturi de Ionut si George sa pot canta aceste versuri DUMNEZEIESTI care lasa in inimile tuturor aceeasi intrebare …de mii de ani.

1. Mă iubești tu mai mult decât ceilalți
Mă iubești ca un frate ceresc
Mă iubești tu ca rob din iubire
Eu așa, Eu așa te iubesc!

R1: Mă iubești tu când sunt lângă tine
Dar și-n ceasul amar și umbrit
Mă iubești tu când ceru-i departe
/: Eu așa, Eu așa te-am iubit! 

2. Mă iubești tu mai mult decât ceilalți
Decât cei ce arar Mă-nsoțesc
Mă iubești tu privind veșnicia
Eu așa, Eu așa te iubesc!

R2: Mă iubești tu când sunt lângă tine
Dar și-atunci când te simți părăsit
Mă iubești și-ntre flori și-ntre suliți
/: Eu așa, eu așa te-am iubit! 

3. Mă iubești tu mai mult decât ceilalți
Mai presus de-orice gând pământesc
Mai presus de-orice dragoste-a firii
Eu așa, Eu așa te iubesc!

R3: Simți că-n lume străine ți-s toate?
Simți că-n Mine ți-e totu-mplinit?
Mă iubești tu mai mult ca pe tine?
/: Eu așa, Eu așa te-am iubit.


  • Cine are poruncile Mele si le pazeste acela Ma iubeste; si cine Ma iubeste va fi iubit de Tatal Meu. Eu il voi iubi si Ma voi arata lui.” (Ioan.14:21)


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14681781_10154818084994063_6287148540594557685_n~Sukkot (the Feast of Tabernacles) is also known as the season of our joy.

~In temple times, a special ceremony depicted a prophetic promise in the festival.

~The event was called simchah beyt hasho’evah (rejoicing in the place of water drawing).

~During the celebration a priest would take a pitcher and draw from the pool of Siloam in Jerusalem.

~He would lead the people in a procession of praise back to the temple where they would chant Psalms 113-118.

~The highlight of the ceremony came when the priest poured the water onto the altar. Why? Isaiah 12:3 taught the time when God would pour out His Holy Spirit in the days of the Messianic redemption.

~An amazing thing happened during the first century Sukkot celebration in Jerusalem:

John 7:37-38 “In the last day, that great day of the feast (Hosha’na Rabbah), Yeshua stood and cried, saying, If any man thirst, let him come unto me, and drink. He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.

~By this Yeshua was proclaiming that He was the Messiah, the fulfillment of the Isaiah 12:3.

~Today let us drink from the living waters of Yeshua by allowing the Holy Spirit to take control of our lives.

~I encourage everyone to study the Feasts of the Lord. They really do reveal to us the first and second coming of our Messiah. The Feasts are all about Him.

John 1:14 “And the Word became flesh and tabernacled among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.”

Learn about Messiah in the Feast of Tabernacles.

Julie Elaine Page, from F.B





1. Iehova Elohim – “Eternul Creator”
Iehova Adonai: -„Domnul Puternic”
El e Iehova Şhur:– „Stânca Veacurilor”
El e Iehova – „Atotputernic Domn”.
El Marele: „Eu Sunt” – tatăl lui Avraam
Iehova-Şhalom: „Domnul e pacea mea”
Iehova Rohi: “Domnul Păstorul meu”
El e Iehova singurul Dumnezeu.

Refren: /:Cânt Aleluia, cânt Aleluia,
Cânt Aleluia, cânt Aleluia,
El e Iehova: Domnul Puternic
El e Iehova – Domnul ce m-a iubit:/

2. Iehova Iire – “Poartă de grijă”
Iehova Rafa- “Domnul mă vindecă”
Iehova Nissi- “Domnul e steagul meu”
Iehova Şhama– “Aici e Dumnezeu.”

3. Iehova Ţidkhenu: „Dreptul Judecător”
Iehova Savaoth: „Domnul Oştirilor”
Iehova Hoşhenu: „Al nostru Creator”
El e Iehova: “Al nostru Salvator”.





“And it shall come to pass, that every one that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles (Sukkot).” Zechariah 14:16

We know that all of God’s appointed times have a prophetic significance for believers in Yeshua (Jesus). Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), the last feast mentioned inLeviticus 23, receives special emphasis in the Scriptures. All the other feasts will have already been fulfilled when Tabernacles takes its rightful place in God’s timetable.

Distinctive to Sukkot is the fact that seventy oxen were sacrificed in Temple days (Numbers 29:13-24). These oxen were to be offered for the proverbial seventy Gentile nations of the world. Hence, Sukkot is the one feast that is international in nature.

Why would all the nations keep the Feast of Tabernacles?

Answer: Sukkot/Tabernacles is seen as a representative of the Kingdom of God coming to earth. God will finally complete His plan of dwelling in the midst of His people through the person of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus).

Because of the prophetic meaning of Sukkot/Tabernacles, we can celebrate the Kingdom of both Jewish and Gentile believers in Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus the Messiah). Messiah is coming soon to dwell with us.

Are we ready for the celebration? I am. All of the feasts are for all people. They are the feasts of the Lord not the feasts of the Jews. The feast teach the first and second coming of Messiah. That is for everyone. I celebrate all seven feasts plus Hanukkah and Purim. . So much fun. 


John 1:14 “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.”

As followers of Yeshua/Jesus it is only natural that we would want to celebrate His birth. We can know when Yeshua was born by looking at God’s appointed times for clues. John was describing the first coming of our Messiah by using terminology which is simple, yet profound: “And the Word was made flesh (a human being), and dwelt [literally, “tabernacled”] among us.
The message of Messiah coming to tabernacle with us is connected with Sukkot. Yeshua’s (Jesus’) birth, in the late fall, is a perfect picture of the Feast of Tabernacles/Sukkot. Sukkot is the ideal time to celebrate that God, in the Messiah, was born to tabernacle among his people!


Zechariah 9:9 talks about the first coming of our Lord and Savior. So let us look at what this verse tells us about the first time Jesus came to the earth.
Zechariah 9:9 “Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, thy King cometh unto thee: he is just, and having salvation; lowly, and riding upon an ass, and upon a colt the foal of an ass.”Rejoice greatly-tells us that this is during the time of Sukkot/Feast of Tabernacles also called the “season of our joy” and Jesus was born at the feast of tabernacles.
Zion speaks of prophetic Jerusalem.
Shout is associated with the wedding and we are now betrothed to our Messiah.
O’daughters-refer to the un-walled cities in Israel and Jesus was born in Bethlehem (an un-walled city) and He traveled to all the cities around Jerusalem. Zechariah was saying, behold (which means look, pay attention) your King is coming, He is just (Holy) and having Salvation (Yeshua means Salvation) riding on a donkey. (Matthew 21:5)
We know that 2,000 years ago this prophecy was fulfilled when our Lord Jesus was born in Bethlehem and died for us on the cross at calvary. The first time He came lowly and riding on a Zechariah 9:9 talks about the first coming of our Lord and Savior. So let us look at what this verse tells us about the first time Jesus came to the earth.
Zechariah 9:9 “Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, thy King cometh unto thee: he is just, and having salvation; lowly, and riding upon an ass, and upodonkey, the next time He comes He will be riding on a horse to concur, rule and reign as King.
Zechariah 14:5 “…….and the LORD my God shall come, and all the saints with thee”
Zechariah 14:5 tells us that we (saints) will becoming back with Jesus at His second coming.
So let us continue to look up, and lift up our heads; for our redemption draweth nigh. In short, Our King is Coming.Feast of Tabernacles is when He was born and it is normally our September/October    

Julie Elaine Page, from F.B.


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