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."
Howard writes, "The one, true, living God of Heaven and Earth is fulfilling His Word and plan for His holy name’s sake, and against all opposition to Him — including unbelief."
Howard writes, "If we love our people, if we love the Jewish people and the nation of Israel, we will bring the truth of God and His Word to them, that the Holy Spirit would convict them of their sin of unbelief, so that they might seek God for His mercy to forgive."
Howard writes, "There is a biblical principle whereby God holds the heads of a people accountable for the blessing or punishment of the people."
Howard writes, "In the passage from Mt 28, a new day has come – Sonday, the day after the Sabbath (Lev. 23:9-12)! It is the day of Firstfruits. A day of rejoicing instead of mourning!"
Howard writes, "Despite all of the signs and good works and healings that Jesus did, the flesh and the natural mind was warring against the Spirit and the wisdom of God. The will of men was resisting the will of God..."
Howard writes, "It is by personal faith in YHVH God and His Word that we are saved and brought into a vital union and fellowship with the Father and the Son. Natural birth and culture may give privileges and honor, but do not guarantee acceptance."
Howard writes, "The Pesach "Haggadah" that I wrote -- using only Scripture -- brings out things old and new, attempting to express my faith and identity as a Messianic Jew, looking for the blessed hope of the return of the Lord and the resurrection/rapture of the believers."
Howard writes, "The distinction between Jews and Gentiles — 2 loaves (Lev. 23:15-18) for a new meal offering containing leaven in each one initiated at Shavuot — remains valid throughout the same period, as Yeshua/Jesus will reign over Israel and the other nations during His Kingdom on Earth..."