Aaron Hecht

Aaron is a member of Jerusalem Assembly, House of Redemption. Aaron is a member of Jerusalem Assembly, House of Redemption.

Some thoughts on widows and orphans

Aaron writes, "These people are the “widows and orphans” of our day. Caring for them needs to be a priority for us, starting in our own congregations, but in our wider communities as well."

Forever victims

In the last few days here in Jerusalem we’ve seen large demonstrations by two groups of people who claim to be protesting against the “injustice” that the Israeli government has subjected them to.

What running in a marathon taught me about following Christ

Aaron writes, "Finally, as we move forward on the path that the Lord has set for us, we need to keep up a steady pace. Don’t try to do too much too quickly."

You need to find your bean field

Aaron writes, "So I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this little story and I hope that it inspires you to find the place where God wants you, and when you find that place, no matter how difficult or uncomfortable it might be..."

Some thoughts on the temple

Aaron writes, "That seems like a pretty straightforward command for us to take care of our physical health and fitness. The reasons for this are obvious, both in the spiritual and the natural..."

A message for Father’s Day

Aaron writes, "God is described as a Father throughout the Bible, and being the father of two sons has given me a great deal of insight and perspective on the phenomenon of Fatherhood as well as an appreciation for how God views us, His children."

My plan for Middle East peace

Aaron writes, "The so-called “Two-State Solution” is an idea meant to solve the conflict between Jewish Nationalism and Arab/Palestinian Nationalism... The real issue at the core of this conflict is a question about whose god is really God."

When disaster strikes – BELIEVE!

Aaron writes, "But the story of the Zion Mule Corps teaches us that even in the midst of disaster, God is at work. He’s not surprised by anything. He’s got everything under control."

Are we “Christians” or “Messianic Jews” (and does it matter?) Part 2

Aaron writes, "If you forget everything else you read here, remember this one thing. If you spend more time talking about how you’re “not Christian” than you do talking about how the Lord died to redeem you from your sins, then you’re doing it wrong."

Are we “Christians” or “Messianic Jews” (and does it matter)? Part 1

Aaron writes, "By the time the First Century following the birth of Jesus Christ had ended, the movement which His earthly ministry, death, burial and Resurrection had given rise to had already spread all over the known world. But it had also already begun to fracture..."

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