Diana Levine

Diana Levine
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Diana Levine is the Rebbetzin of Kol Mashiach Messianic Synagogue in Melbourne, Florida. She has spoken at national conferences, regional conferences, women's retreats and bible studies. She is also the co-founder of the Daughters of Righteousness Conference. Diana Levine is the Rebbetzin of Kol Mashiach Messianic Synagogue in Melbourne, Florida. She has spoken at national conferences, regional conferences, women's retreats and bible studies. She is also the co-founder of the Daughters of Righteousness Conference.

A door of hope

Diana writes, "This theme of a door reoccurs many times in the scriptures. I thought about Passover, and about how the Israelites put the blood of the lamb on their doors. They were saved from the angel of death by placing the blood on their doors."

Dancing alone

Diana writes, "We are all so independent, wanting to be victorious in our own strength that we forget that it is His strength that will bring the help we so desperately need. Let us welcome the help that God provides and let us be the help that others need."

The gift of friendship (part 2)

Diana writes, "God’s faithfulness provided the perfect friend for Miriam that she needed, and that Elisheva needed. They both needed each other to be able to do what God had called them to do. We are no different today."

The gift of friendship

Diana writes, "Elisheva had walked a life of righteousness even though God had not answered her deepest prayer. Her life was now going to help another. God had prepared the stage and now His story was going to unfold."

Should I stay or should I go?

Diana Levine, "Many times in our walk with the Lord, He asks us to lech lecha. Our first experience with this concept, is when we leave behind our old life and begin our new life with God. Some of us feel very alone at this point because our friends and family don’t understand where we are going."

The crowns

Diana writes, "We also will stand before our God looking beautiful and radiant with our crowns. In the New Testament there are many references to crowns, and I want to cover five of them."

Getting back to the garden

Diana writes, "But, there is an interesting point that we don’t think about. Even though they were no longer in the garden they weren’t abandoned by God."

The flying wounded

Diana writes, "The problem is that open wounds are not good for us. We need healing, and scars represent that our wounds have healed over."