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Be Holy or Do Holy?

from a recent post at ReviveIsrael.org The Marriage of Love and Holiness According as he has chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love: Ephesians 1:4 Holiness is not true holiness unless it’s rooted and grounded in love.  Otherwise it becomes external, harsh and religious…. Read more »

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FEED TEL AVIV

By Moti Cohen, elder at Tiferet Yeshua Congregation “My daughter is hungry, and it’s her birthday today. Maybe you have some food left over that I can bring her to make her happy?” This was said to me by an older gentleman who appeared to be in his early sixties as we were taking food… Read more »

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Almost half of Israelis living in border communities feel unsafe

Forty percent Israelis living in the northern and southern border towns feel unsafe and would consider moving, according to a survey published by the Knesset’s Research and Information Center. One third of the respondents said they are currently considering moving due to security concerns. The survey, published Tuesday, showed that 31 percent of residents in… Read more »

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Daniel’s Srotry

Valentina’s big family is full of love and creativity. Their home has always been filled with music, as Valentina herself plays piano and writes songs. When the Lord gave her and her husband children, they believed the children would inherit a love for music and art. Their oldest son, Daniel, is 11 years old. Today… Read more »

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DISCIPLESHIP AS A PARTNERSHIP

“Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” These were Yeshua’s words to four fishermen who left life as they had known it and became His disciples. Discipleship is a partnership which should flow in both directions between the teacher and the student. Even Yeshua, the anointed King Messiah, needed partners to share… Read more »

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FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION

Recently, on the last and greatest day of the Feast of Tabernacles (John 7), Tents of Mercy Congregation gathered together to express our thirst for God and receive his outpouring of water (John 7:38). On this same day, we also commemorated God giving us His Word. This celebration is called Simchat Torah (Joy of the… Read more »

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CALLING FOR A COUNTER-CULTURE

Four decades ago, my wife Patty asked me, “Where are we going to send our children to school?” I knew that she was hinting at our starting a new school. She did not want to send our children, who were just approaching school age, to the public schools. She sensed that if we did so,… Read more »

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Torah Thoughts for Toldot

Genesis 26:18 And Yitz’khak re-dug the wells of water that they had dug in the days of Avraham his father This is one phrase from the verse “And Yitz’khak re-dug the wells of water that they had dug in the days of Avraham his father, [which] the Philistines had stopped up after the death of… Read more »

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Jewish/Gentile Relations in the New Covenant Part 2

Having said that… Once we have the revelation of equality in Messiah, then we can speak of distinctions without it leading to pride or elitism. Paul himself speaks of male headship in the home. Without equality we can see in the Muslim world (and in other cultures) how this leads to abuse. However, with equality… Read more »

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The Prime Minister Indicted, What Now?

This is an update on the very painful situation in Israel. After two elections due to the rigid stand of Prime Minister Netanyahu who wants to keep the ultra-Orthodox in his corner, there is no government. Now there are 21 days for any Knesset (Parliament) Member to gain 61 votes to form a government. But… Read more »

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