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The Cave And The Shadows

What does Plato’s well known analogy on reality have to do with the Church and Messianic Judaism? Plato described life in a cave with its dim lights and shadows as an analogy for those who live in the world of sensory experience and never come to a true understanding of reality or the full light… Read more »

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The Cave And The Shadows

What does Plato’s well known analogy on reality have to do with the Church and Messianic Judaism? Plato described life in a cave with its dim lights and shadows as an analogy for those who live in the world of sensory experience and never come to a true understanding of reality or the full light… Read more »

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While I Rode The Bus Home

Shmuel B. on the Bus On the bus ride home from work at Revive Israel I sat down next to two women. One of them spoke of a doctor’s report concerning a problem in her hand. She said the doctor only made the hand worse. Suddenly the Holy Spirit said to me, “Speak to them… Read more »

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The Most Hated People On Earth

Who are the most hated people on earth? The Christians? The Jews? White Anglo Saxon men? The truth is that the most hated people on the face of the earth are the Messianic Jews! We are hated by just about every group out there, from the Klan to Iran. Why? Just think about it: We are Jews… Read more »

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70 Years of Prayer

Juji Nakada first preached about Israel’s restoration at a 1931 camp meeting held on Japan’s northern coast at Matsushima. For three days he preached on God’s promises to Israel and implored Japanese believers to pray for the restoration of Israel and the salvation of the Jewish people. In 1932 Juji Nakada published his book, “Japan… Read more »

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Jerusalem, The Stumbling Stone

When King David chose Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel, he never dreamed that the city would be the focus of world controversy 3000 years later. Jerusalem became a center of warfare in many periods: the Roman, the early Islamic, the crusades, the British mandate period, and most of all at the present time…. Read more »

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In The Cross of Messiah I Glory

The title is a quote from a great old Christian hymn. I have chosen this title after careful reflection. Let me explain my reasons for doing so. The Messianic Jewish Movement faces many challenges. There are many foundational emphases which must be constantly maintained: The emphasis on the call to Jewish life, the place of Torah in… Read more »

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Esther’s Call

These and a thousand more searing headlines and bombastic statements have filled the media since the July 12 missile attack on Israel’s northern cities. As those caught in the crosshairs of the Iran-Syria-Hizb’allah-Hamas axis, we search the Scriptures earnestly for understanding and for marching orders. To what previously unknown level of faith and trust is… Read more »

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Dry Bones And The Restoration of Israel

DRY BONES AND ISRAEL’S RESTORATION Ezekiel 37 was written in the time of the destruction of the First Commonwealth of Israel in the Promised Land. This was concluded with the last Babylonian deportation and the destruction of Israel in 586 B.C. However, the situation of Israel after the “Shoah”, the destruction of European Jewry (1940-1945),… Read more »

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As Time Goes By

We want to use our time wisely to make the most of it for the kingdom of God (Ephesians 5:16). We need to evaluate what we are investing our efforts in. Sometimes as we look back over years gone by, we can see what has been of eternal worth and what has not. In 1988, I… Read more »

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