Book Reviews · Whispers from the Father's Heart/Encouraging Words

The Mystery of Yshkeni

In my research I discovered this mystery can be a bit controversial –  but I decided to let you in on the mystery and ask that you read/listen with your spirit.

What do you think of when you hear the word worship?

If you said music, words of praise, hymns, you would be partly correct. These things are an outward expression of worship. What is the heart of worship?

The answer is in the word proskuneo, which appears in the New Testament and only in the Greek. In various places, the word worship is used in its place.  The word proskuneo, which means to kiss, the most intimate of acts; Therefore worship is to be the most intimate thing you can experience. To worship God is to kiss God. In the spiritual realm to kiss from your heart, from your inner most being, you do it freely from your heart because you want to.

A kiss is an expression of joy, and kissing brings you joy and your joy becomes worship and your worship becomes joy. So true worship is an expression of love and joy as simple as kissing God.

Draw near to God in worship, in love, in joy and in the deepest of intimacy. Worship is the secret of kissing God.

The mystery of Yishkeni: The Divine Kiss – when heaven meets earth with an unforeseen kiss

Inspired: Psalm 42:7-8; Song of Solomon 1:2; John 4:24

I really like this song click on the link below – the artist is Becka Shae -have a moment and kiss God with your worship

Author’s Note: this is a review of a devotional listing from “The Book of Mysteries” by Jonathan Cahn. It is sometimes hard to give an overall review of devotional books that I decided to take a day or two and have some fun with it. I hope that the information would interest you enough to buy the book and to enjoy the devotionals daily.



3 thoughts on “The Mystery of Yshkeni

  1. Hi I am not sure if you know this or not. But it seems a bit odd. I am reading “The Book of Mystries” by Jonathan Cahn and I Googled one of the his phrases and came across your blog. The odd thing is some of your sentences are word for word out of his book. Do you have a reply for this?


    1. It is not so odd, this was a book review and I wrote several reviews on the various chapters of The Book of Mysteries to create interest. In the tag the author’s name and the name of the book is listed, In the last review I listed in the blog where to find more on the book and several people spoke to me and said they bought the book because of the reviews. Thank you Kristen for the opportunity to clarify.


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