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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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PASSOVER THEN AND NOW: Strange Parallels

  The back story to Passover is a mysterious one. Yet it seems strangely, even portentously relevant today. Exodus 1 recounts that after Jacob and his sons died in Egypt, the Israelites “became exceedingly numerous, so that the land was filled with them.” (v.7) The rabbis teach the ancient Hebrews…...

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Carrying the Cross into Operation Protective Edge

  Shalom from the battlefront! The battle front I speak of is not the critical Israel-Gaza war, but is very real nonetheless. It accounts for why you have not heard from us since the war began. Though the battle into which we’ve been thrust is different, through it God has…...

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Happy Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) 5774 from Israel

Sukkot is the most joyful of all the biblical feasts and, relieved for now of the Syria threat, Israelis are in a happy mood. Everything about Sukkot reflects God’s faithful, near Presence. The Torah reading (Parasha) for the week of Sukkot includes these encouraging verses from Exodus 33: “My Presence…...

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WMD’S – WEAPONS OF MESSIAH’S DELIVERANCE

Syrian Rebels and Israel in the Cross-hairs: How to Pray I trust you’re aware by now of the serious potential for regional war to soon occur in the Middle East. While Western nations plot their response to the tragic gassing of civilians in Syria, Syria threatens to retaliate for any…...

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Israel’s Messianic Jews at Rosh HaShanah 5774

  “…Come from the four winds, O breath…” (Ezekiel 37:9) I’ve watched and prayed over the Israeli Messianic community for more than 30 years. My first time in the land in 1982, I could find only a couple hundred struggling believers scattered across the land. But in 2013 I see…...

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A Visit to the Western Wall at the Start of “Elul”

  Yesterday marked the start of the sixth biblical month, now known as Elul. Traditional Jews believe that God draws intimately close to His people during Elul, offering special grace to repent. Interestingly, the letters which spell Elul are an acronym for the Hebrew, “I am my beloved’s and my…...

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“MY HEART IS STEADFAST, O GOD”

  Resumed Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations Today Prime Minister Netanyahu issued a lengthy statement to the Israeli public. In it, he said we will again resume negotiations with Palestinians for the creation of their sovereign state. This action is in response to US induced diplomacy. As a first step, Israel will release…...

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Celebrating New Months and Moons

  Rosh Chodesh is one of the biblical feasts of the Lord: “At the beginning of your months you shall present a burnt offering to the Lord…a grain offering…of a sweet aroma, an offering made by fire to the Lord [and] drink offering.” (Numbers 28:11-14) Rosh Chodesh is Hebrew for…...

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