"All of this brings about an important question in our modern society: Where have all the miracles and wonders gone?"
Ron writes, "Forgive me for the frank title, but in this instance, it is accurate. Replacement theology is the belief that the Jewish rejection of Jesus resulted in God rejecting Israel, in favor of the Church."
Asher writes, "So which is it? Revival or persecution? Victory or tribulation? The answer of course is “both.” There is revival in the midst of persecution; victory in the midst of tribulation."
"The restoration of the people of Israel to their biblical homeland is one of the events most frequently prophesied about in the Bible. In his earnest studies of biblical prophecy back in the 1600s, Sir Isaac Newton wrote..."
Eric writes, "As a Jewish believer in Yeshua (Jesus) and a Messianic Rabbi, one of the most often asked questions I receive is, "If Yeshua was G-D, how did He die? After all, G-D is eternal, isn’t He?'"
"To what can we compare the relationship between a first century rabbi and his disciples? Yeshua used different metaphors to describe it."
Ariel writes, "In John 21:15-17, the resurrected Yeshua commands Peter 3 times: “Tend my lambs… shepherd my sheep…. tend my sheep.” Peter was a bold, strong man destined to be a great leader of God’s people."
Moran writes, "Maybe you are a follower of Messiah who received the “first” redemption through faith in Yeshua and, like the Children of Israel, you keep looking backward to your old “secure” place instead of setting your eyes on what is to come."
Wendy writes, "In the Kingdom of God, true prosperity, abundance and security are found through a different perspective on life."
"God looks at what is inside of us, at what cannot be faked, at our renewed lives in Yeshua, who transforms us into the light of the world."