Howard writes, "Tikkun olam is the humanist concept and religion to make the world better. It can cross all social, cultural, national, and religious borders. WHAT a better world looks like to each one will be very subjective."
Howard writes, "The Scriptures are written for us living at the end of the age. That is why they are still relevant to us today – not only as a guide for wisdom unto salvation, and for righteous living, but also as a guide for knowing the will of God: Jesus Christ is going to come back to take back the world that the devil and human beings have usurped for themselves..."
Howard writes, "We all have a significant role to play through to the end of the age towards YHVH God’s salvation of His chosen people Israel, by which the whole world and creation will be blessed."
Howard writes, "The last couple years have been full of signs in the heavens, with many Bible believers saying that they portend imminent acts of God in line with prophecies in His Word."
Howard writes, "We come now to the story about the fig tree that Yeshua cursed. I am sure that all of us have read this and been uncomfortable that He would curse a tree without fruit at a time when it was not the season for fruit."
Howard writes, "Recently, the verses at the end of Jeremiah ch. 31 and 33 came to me in a new way. Those verses speak of YHVH having control of the solar system and of the universe..."
Howard writes, "I was saved when I finally realized that my hope for a better world was going to be the Lord Jesus Christ coming back to make this world right, according to the prophetic Word of God that He has given us in the Bible. "
Howard writes, "The netzer is specially chosen from among many offshoots from the roots of the olive tree. It is by all appearances small and insignificant, yet, in truth, it is the one in which is contained the life and hope of future generations."
Howard writes, "It is clear now for many years already that this did not bring the “times of the Gentiles” to fulfillment. Jerusalem is still being trampled under foot by the Gentile powers..."
Howard writes, "Yeshua began to teach the apostles the truth about what it meant that He was Messiah. In Jewish teaching and expectation at that time, there were those who thought that the Messiah would come as a conquering King, the son of David."