The Messianic Jewish Witness To The Nations

An old man gasps for his last few breaths. His family gathers. He has lived a long life, a good life. He gestures weakly towards his son. He wants to say something. The younger man bends down to hear his father’s last words. What will he say? These are his last words and they will… Read more »


The Glory of God

Here are 5 biblical promises that one day all the earth will be filled with the glory of God:  “All the earth shall be filled with the glory of the Lord.” (Numbers 14:21) “The whole earth is full of His glory.” (Isaiah 6:3) “The earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord.”(Isaiah 11:9)… Read more »


From Mud To Precious Stones

“How lovely are your tents O Jacob, your dwellings O Israel. Like valleys that stretch out, and gardens beside the River. Like aloes planted by the Lord, like cedars beside the waters. Water shall flow from his buckets and his seed shall be by many waters. And his king shall be higher than Agag, and… Read more »


Passover And Baptism

The most important saying of the rabbis concerning Passover is that “in every generation, each person must see himself as if he came out of Egypt.” This is parallel to the New Covenant concept that each person must see himself as if he participated in the death and resurrection of Yeshua (Jesus). In fact the… Read more »


Luke 10 or ‘How Ministry Can Get In The Way Of Love’

In Luke chapter ten, Yeshua gives a little trilogy on love. From verse 25 to 28, He explains to a rabbi that the central principle of the Law of Moses is not religious ritual but love – first to love God and secondly to love one’s neighbor. The rabbi asked a question about how to… Read more »


Restoring The Judicial Function to The Body

A Troubling Situation Over the past year I have been troubled by a number of occasions of marriage and divorce by people in leadership. One was a renewal leader who was reported to lead gatherings with great healings, signs and wonders. It was discovered that this leader was having an affair with a female worker…. Read more »


Was Mary A Virgin?

Mary’s real name was Miriam. Technically, when Miriam gave birth to Yeshua (Jesus), she was not a virgin, but a virgin-betrothed. In biblical law, there is a big difference. Miriam was legally married to Yoseph (Joseph), but they had not yet come together physically. Had she been with another man, it would have been a… Read more »


Profound Ambivalence: A Right Response To Rabbinic Judaism

A Renewed Mind When we are filled with the Spirit and our faith is centered on Yeshua, on all that He has done, and will do for us, a wonderful transformation takes place: we are endowed with a renewed mind which can weigh viewpoints, practices, and philosophies (Romans 12:2). In this regard, when we reflect… Read more »


Offended By Christian Zionists

A Messianic Jewish leader’s wife came up to me in tears. A major Christian Zionist prayer event had just concluded in Jerusalem. Why was she crying? Shouldn’t we all be rejoicing that this event had taken place, an event where Christians from around the world, including some who were internationally known leaders, prayed together and… Read more »


Rediscovering The Roots of The Remain

As you read this we will have just finished the cycle of the fall feasts – a season of great enrichment in Israel and for the Messianic Jewish community worldwide. We began on Rosh Hashanah by blowing the Shofar, the sound that harkens back to Sinai and looks forward to the Second coming. Ten days… Read more »


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