Titles from Tikkun Global

Bringing Change and Receiving Vision

Recently, before a preaching opportunity, I sought the Lord on what to share and kept hearing: “watchmen, vision, seer.” This brought me to Ezekiel 3:16-27. I began to think about how Ezekiel stood in difficult times before a nation of people different from him, trying to bring change. We too stand in the same place…. Read more »

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GRIEF: What to do with it?

“And the children of Israel wept for Moses in the plains of Moab thirty days. So the days of weeping and mourning for Moses ended” (Deuteronomy 34:8). Mourners with shovels and hoes moved a massive amount of earth to cover Eliahu’s casket. Stately pines, standing as silent witnesses, surrounded the grave and the many who… Read more »

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Unexpected Help

Much preparation had taken place for this very special day. For seventeen years my friend Jane had been operating a senior citizen center in Tiberias, serving Holocaust survivors and old timer pioneers “chalutzim.” For Jane, this was more than a job. It was a calling, a chance to honor the men and women who helped… Read more »

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New Season

As I contemplate the days I have walked through, I am overwhelmed with the grace and mercy of God. Only He can put hope in our hearts in the midst of deep grief – and not just from the loss of a loved one as I am dealing with but grief that comes from all… Read more »

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The Samson Syndrome: Can you be anointed in sin?

Someone recently asked me if Romans 11:29, which teaches that God’s gift and call to Israel is “irrevocable”, can be applied to ministers who fall into sin. Are they still called? Reply: First of all, in context, yes, it is referring to Israel. Paul is making the case that God cannot reject Israel because “God’s gifts and His call are… Read more »

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Reforming American Education

Radical deconstructionist neo-Marxist thinking along with relativism has destroyed much of American education.  The idea of a body of great literary works is dismissed as simply the writings of white male oppressors. The idea of historical progress from the magna carta to the U. S. constitution is dismissed.  The U. S. constitution was passed (at… Read more »

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