I am a spirit filled Christian and prophetic teacher with a pastoral heart. My main focus is on the spiritual connection and allegoric message contained through Tabernacle, the Feasts of the Lord and Rosh Kodesh.
Being a teacher with a mother’s heart, my greatest joy is to facilitate growth and understanding in others. I have a deep desire for God’s presence and an insatiable hunger for His Word. I am a Scripture junkie and love the varieties of translations available today. Ever since my first encounter with God, over fifty years ago, my absolute favorite thing is spending time with God, through worship, prayer, meditation and study of the Word.
When I was offered the opportunity to learn how to study the Scriptures in Hebrew for devotional purpose, I jumped at the chance. What I discovered was incredible treasure. Since I have always been someone who shares when I stumble on something wonderful, I can’t wait to share the delights. The Hebrew word dalet is often translated as a door. Yet, it is so much more. It is the power by which we are moved from one state of being to another. Like passing through the doorway of a house, we move from interior to exterior, from opaque to transparent and from unknown to known. The concept behind going through the dalet is found in Jesus’ identification as the Good Shepherd. [John 10]
Jesus speaking in John 10:9 said:
“I am the door. If anyone enters by Me, he will be saved, and will go in and out and find pasture.“
Spiritual encounters such as trances, visions and other experiences can and do happen. Just as there are false teachers, false prophets and false apostles, there are what I refer to as false encounters. False encounters are those which occur outside of Christ, by some other means. My mandate is to point others toward the door of Christ for the purpose of equipping, building up, encouraging and facilitating the body of Christ.
I set up Beyond the Dalet to share my thoughts, experiences and insights gained through revelatory encounter.
May all who stumble on these pages be blessed,