"I am the vine and you are the branches. Those who stay united with me, and I with them, are the ones who bear much fruit; because apart from me you can't do a thing." --Jesus Christ (John 15:5, Complete Jewish Bible)
In this new millennium, God began to speak to Kenny about a retreat center. As he and Kim began to pray about this, the Lord spoke to them both about a place for healing. This is a peaceful harbor, a refuge from the storm. It's a place where you can drop anchor and sink your roots deep into the soil of God's love. You can revel in His presence as you allow Him to heal those innermost places in your heart. Thus was born "Yeshua's Vineyard." It is far more than a physical location; it is a place in the Lord where He is working on us, His vineyard, watering, nurturing, and pruning us to be His people bearing His good fruit. All who know Christ live in this vineyard. And all of us are on a journey to wholeness to experience and express the fullness of this life in Christ.
Come away with Me. . .
I know your need, and I am concerned for you; for your peace, for your health, for your strength. . . I minister to you in solitude that you may minister Me to others as a spontaneous overflow of our communion. . . Set your heart to be at peace and to sit at My feet. . . Learn to say "no" to human demands and to say "yes" to the call of the Spirit. . . I would have you also to be at peace with My Spirit within you. . . I will nourish you by the brook as I nourished Elijah; and I will speak to you out of the bush as I spoke to Moses and reveal My glory to Moses and reveal My glory on the hillside as I did to the shepherds. . . Come away, My beloved; be like the doe on the mountains; and we will go down together to the gardens. . . Your busyness wearies Me. Small wonder you are yourself fatigued! Your fretfulness grieves Me. I long to take it from you and give you instead the balm of Gilead. Be My ally. I will endow you with life so dynamic that you will serve Me before you have time to even think about putting forth the effort to do so. . .
(Excerpt from the classic, Come Away My Beloved by Frances J. Roberts, c. 2002 by Frances J. Roberts, Published by Barbour Publishing, Inc. P. O. Box 719, Uhrichsville, Ohio 44683.)
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