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The Quest For Jewish Authenticity

The two most noteworthy developments in the Kingdom of God over the last 30 years are evangelistic progress in the Southern Hemisphere and the emergence of the Messianic Jewish Congregational Movement. By comparison with the growth of Christianity, the Messianic Movement is relatively small. Yet, Jews turning to the Messiah in the context of Jewish oriented New… Read more »

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Paladin

Have Kingdom – Will Travel It was a late night prayer meeting at Tents of Mercy and we were in a time of worship. I was sitting off to one side of the sanctuary with my eyes closed trying to focus on the Lord. Suddenly in my mind I saw a man’s face. It was… Read more »

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Sigid – An Ethiopian Thanksgiving

On a high mountain top under the warm Ethiopian sun, swathed in white priestly garb, swarthy, dignified Kessim (Priests) stand before their people reciting melodically the ancient words of Ezra and Nehemiah: “Then I proclaimed a fast … that we might humble ourselves before our God, to seek from Him the right way for us… Read more »

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120 Israeli Youth to Change the World

“There’s no-one else. You’re it — the Remnant — the Messianic remnant that God has been waiting for. The world is waiting and Israel is waiting, for you to return from the wilderness in power, like Yeshua did.” “Only after a time of being absolutely alone, without food, without entertainment (like Internet, TV, movies, SMS),… Read more »

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The Cloud is Moving

What was it like when the cloud moved? I always envisioned it as some glorious, exciting time, filled with the anticipation of new territory. But now I’m picking up on another element. “The cloud is moving! The cloud is moving! Quick everyone, it’s time to pack up, there’s no time to waste. Hurry. Don’t forget… Read more »

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Part of The Mosaic

Today God placed a parable in my heart: The world is like a mosaic. We are the small stones in the mosaic. Each one is part of the big picture. This is the unity of His chosen ones. The world is a mosaic, in the hand of the artist, our God. And we are the… Read more »

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Do We Want the Jews to Disappear?

I am burdened about the destiny of 100,000 to 200,000 Jews in the Churches of North America. Do they continue to maintain any serious Jewish identity and transmission of that identity to their children? Sometimes those in the Messianic Jewish congregations have written off these Jews in churches. However, we need to ask if God… Read more »

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A Few Lessons I Learned in India

Going Out in Two’s I was still on my vacation abroad after recently finishing my three years of service in the Israeli army. I sat in a plane over India, going from Goa to Bombay, next to a girl my age and I chatted with her during the flight. I wanted to share with her… Read more »

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Indigenous Evangelism

One of our core values at Revive Israel is Indigenous Evangelism. By “indigenous” we mean within the local culture. The goal of indigenous evangelism is to reach the local people. To do this in any culture often means discarding ministry methods and structures that were successful in other countries but are not bearing fruit among… Read more »

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Living For His Glory

The slender, animated young man standing beside Eitan Shishkoff, translating the Rosh Hashana message into Russian is Sasha Kovnator. We have a number of excellent translators at Tents of Mercy, but probably none are as lively as Sasha. His theatrical delivery and mimicry of both Eitan’s voice and movements convey the heart of the message… Read more »

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