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Should Christians Sit at the Feet of anti-Messiah Rabbis? Key Considerations from the Scriptures

In recent years the Holy Spirit has been wonderfully restoring Christians to their once lost, biblical Hebraic heritage. In this process, some believers have progressed far beyond in-depth biblical studies, to regularly researching Talmudic and other ancient Jewish texts. Other Christians are being discipled electronically by Israeli rabbis specializing in…...

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Deeper Meanings of Elul (August 23 – September 20, 2017)

On August 23 we entered into Elul, the 6th month of the year on the calendar God assigned to Israel in Exodus 12:2. Elul is also the 12th month of the year on Israel’s civil calendar that some rabbis teach was observed in ancient times by the rest of the…...

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Why November 29 is a Street in Jerusalem

It has been said that November 29 is a day that never ends. On that date in 1947, the members of a new organization convened in a building in New York City and changed the world. A vote was held to decide whether to partition the British Mandate of Palestine…...

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UN Resolution on the Temple Mount: A Prophetically Laughing Matter

On October 16, 2016 UNESCO (UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) passed a resolution dismissing any Jewish or Christian ties to the Temple Mount – past, present or future – in favor of Muslim/Palestinian claims. The UNESCO vote was part of the broader lawfare campaign being waged against Israel by…...

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Deeper Meanings of the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot)

Traditionally called the season of our joy, Sukkot begins in Israel tonight, on Tishrei 15. Despite the ongoing trials of life, the nation takes a full week to rejoice in God’s goodness, as Deuteronomy16:13 commands. Then it emerges strengthened by His joy. What a message to the world – and…...

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Moving to Israel During the Ten Days of Awe

I’m blessed to watch a lavender sunset from our home overlooking the Mount of Olives, ushering in the last of Israel’s Ten Days of Awe, 5777, as I write. The Ten Days of Awe (“Yamim Noraim”) began with the Feast of Trumpets, also marking Rosh HaShana. Focusing on sincere repentance,…...

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Arab-Israeli Reconciliation: Important New Stride

Last week we had the joy of participating in a reconciliation summit focused on healing spiritual wounds from the ancient breach between the two mothers Sarah and Hagar. Arab, Jewish and international prayer leaders came together in an amazing level of unity. We committed to surrender to the leadership of…...

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Tu b’Av: the Jewish Holiday of Love (August 19, 2016)

  Tu b’Av (translated, 15th [day of the month] of Av) is known as the holiday of love. It is not a Levitical feast, nor is it directly referenced in the Scriptures. There are, however, interesting biblical associations with this historical celebration. Tu b’Av falls this year on August 19,…...

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Tisha b’Av: Mourning Destruction of the Temple in Light of a “New and Living Way”

  The Jewish observance of Tisha b’Av (translated “9th day of [the month of] Av”) falls this year on August 13-14.  Marked by fasting, prayer and Scripture readings, Tisha b’Av is considered the saddest day of the year. This is because on precisely Av 9, devastating calamities have befallen the…...

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Biblical Feasts: The Sabbath

The Sabbath existed well before God’s law was written and given to Israel; indeed, before Israel ever came into being. When Deity designed from dust the climax of His creation—-mankind made in His image—-the universe experienced a holy hush, its first divine pause: “By the seventh day God had finished…...

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