An End-Times Guide for the Perplexed

In the early eighties, at the height of the cold war, many people feared that the end of the world was imminent. Concerned believers studied the Scriptures to see how unfolding events corresponded to the ancient foretelling of the Prophets. The great debate at many a Bible study concerned the relative merits of Pre, Mid… Read more »


Say it Twice

EPIZEUXIS; is it Latin for bazooka? A giant zucchini? An embarrassing skin disease? No, epizeuxis is the Greek word for emphasis by duplication. Sometimes in scripture, words are repeated to draw our attention to something that we might have ordinarily missed. There are seven instances in the scriptures when the Lord addresses someone by calling… Read more »


Love Involves Pain

Love is the highest value of the kingdom (I Corinthians 13:13). It is the central motivation of all the commandments (Mark 12:30-31). It is the character of God Himself (I John 4:8). It is the motivation behind the life mission of Yeshua (John 3:16). And it involves pain. Love involves a relationship, which in turn… Read more »


Unity and the Messianic Remnant

Recently in prayer, I sensed the following insight. I present it for your discernment: The time has come for the Messianic remnant of Israel to take a place of leadership in the greater Body of Messiah worldwide. In previous “waves” of the Holy Spirit, different local bodies in various locations in the world have taken… Read more »


Immersion of the Holy Spirit

Availability of the Spirit Before the New Covenant Period Last month I was involved in an intense discussion with a Tikkun congregational leader concerning the availability of the Holy Spirit before the coming of Yeshua. The leader convinced me that much more was available in the time of preparation, that is the pre-New Covenant period…. Read more »


Glorification of the Saints

Among all the heroes of faith recorded in the Bible, only three reached a level of physical glorification in their lifetime. The first was Moses (Exodus 33-34) after two 40 day fasts on Mount Sinai. The second was the first martyr, Stephen (Acts 6-7), as he was being stoned by religious persecutors. The third was… Read more »


Let There Be Light

“Then God said ‘Let there be light’ and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good; and God divided the light from the darkness.” (Genesis 1:3,4) One look at the nebulae swirling in outer space and our mind expands from the majesty of light in the vast darkness. Light is good stuff…. Read more »


The Necessity of Infrastructure

Modern Societies and Infrastructure Modern societies require a huge amount of infrastructure. So much so that it is often taken for granted. Many unseen aspects of a prosperous society are absolutely essential to that prosperity. They include such things as the electrical grid, roads, bridges, railroads, gas lines, water mains, communication cables, towers and much… Read more »


Yad Hashmona

For over three decades, we have been preaching and serving the vision that “all Israel will be saved” (Romans 11:26). An essential element in divine strategy for this national revival is Yad Hashmonah: the Messianic community village located in the Judean Hills just outside of Jerusalem. The moshav (small village) was registered in 1971 by a group of… Read more »


Deception in the End Times

The first sin started in the beginning with a lie and a deception (Genesis 3:4, 13). The first liar was Satan, and all further lies proceeded from him (John 8:44). As we grow near the end times, those lies and deceptions will reach their fullness. In Yeshua’s teaching about the end times on the Mount… Read more »


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