Feast of Tabernacles and the Millennial Kingdom

There are three biblical feasts in the spring, and three in the fall. The major events of the first coming of Yeshua (Jesus) occurred on the very dates of the spring holy days: Pesach (Passover) – Crucifixion Omer (First Fruits) – Resurrection Shavuot (weeks) – Holy Spirit Baptism By the same biblical logic, we see… Read more »


Personal Reflections of a Court Case

This past year offered some unprecedented opportunities to discuss our faith in the Israeli media. This included the educational television channel (Channel 1) and the largest Hebrew newspaper, Yediot. During this time I have also attended a local Sephardic orthodox synagogue, because I enjoy studying, praying and fellowshipping with them. A few weeks ago, one… Read more »


The Shavuot Pattern

Pentecost-Shavuot Prayer It is so simple. It is so profound. It is so earth shaking. It’s so exciting. Acts 2:17 – “In the end times I will pour out My Spirit on all flesh.” This has not happened yet. It really will happen. It will happen soon. When does this happen? – In the end times…. Read more »


Law of Perspective

There is a tendency for human beings to think they are right even when they are wrong. Wise King Solomon wrote: Proverbs 16:2 – All the ways of a man are pure in his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the heart. Proverbs 16:25 – There is a way that seems right to a man,… Read more »


Destiny for The Church of Spain

Three historic events took place in Spain in 1492: 1) the Treaty of Cordova, 2) Columbus’ setting sail toward the Americas, and 3) the Expulsion of Spanish Jewry. (Note: In November 2010, Asher taught at the National Men’s Conference in Gandia, Spain. The following article is based on his teachings at the conference.) In 640… Read more »


Rabbinic Judaism Lessons From The Book of Acts

There has been a continuing controversy among the Messianic pastors in Israel concerning our attitude toward religious Judaism and the Law of Moses. There is a small percentage (perhaps about 10%), who believe we should accept everything of Rabbinic Judaism; and another small percentage (perhaps about 20%), who believe we should reject everything of Rabbinic… Read more »


Abraham and Lot – “Why Did Lot Tarry?”

Abraham and Sarah were by no means perfect people. There were even aspects of their marriage that could be called quite dysfunctional. (He gave her to other men, and she gave to him another woman.) However they were people who also gave themselves to walk with the Lord in covenant integrity, despite their weaknesses. God… Read more »


Restoration of All Things

We believe in the biblical principle of restoration. God made everything in the world “very good”. (Genesis 1:31) Yet, Adam’s sin and Satan’s rebellion caused much destruction. God’s plan of redemption not only saves us from damnation, it also restores the damage that was caused. That restoration is first personal. Our spirit, soul, and body are redeemed…. 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 »


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 »