Daniel writes, "Philippians is one of the prison epistles of Paul and as a prisoner, he did not know whether he would live or die. At such a time, a person would write what is of upper most importance to a congregation that he planted at great cost."
Daniel writes, "For the last few years, I have been trying to grasp why it is that so many young people in the West are being lost from our faith. This is also happening in Messianic Judaism, and to a degree also in Israel."
Daniel writes, "I wonder if some of what I see as imbalance in the Messianic Jewish movement is due to our need for an outpouring of the Spirit of evangelism. There is a concern about authenticity..."
Daniel writes, "The origins of a successful movement often tell us about the founding principles that must be recovered to see this success continue into the future in new generations. The Messianic Jewish Movement began as a mighty move of the Spirit..."
Daniel writes, "Some of my friends find Israel's policy very confusing. What does the current Israeli government really want? ... In light of this hard-to-understand, yet vital subject matter, I want to share some of my thoughts about the Israeli approach regarding the West Bank and the idea of a separate Palestinian State."
The prophets teach that before the kingdom of God comes in fullness there's going to be a judgement on the whole earth.
Daniel writes, "Let’s pray for healing as long as the person is living. However, let us recognize the sovereignty of God in these matters and embrace the whole Bible and its teaching in these matters."
Daniel writes, "Healing is the general will of God for his obedient people, but one can not make this a universal law and conclude that it is God’s absolute will to heal in every single case."
"What did Yeshua mean when said that the kingdom of God is at hand and what was he saying about the kingdom?"
Daniel writes, "This statement is a representation of not only many young people today, but of even some older people who are in their senior years of disillusionment with congregational life as they experienced it."