David writes, "Forty days later, just before Yeshua returned to Heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father, He instructed His disciple to remain in Jerusalem until they were filled with the Holy Spirit."
Ron writes, "But the Jordanians seem to think calling someone a terrorist is fine if it is ISIS or Al Qaeda attacking Muslims, but one of their own, attacking a Jew is not terrorism..."
"Why did Jesus walk on water? Why did he send his disciples to the other side of the Sea of Galilee, while staying on the opposite bank until nightfall? He could have instructed his disciples to wait until he had sent home the crowd, and then sailed together with them."
Baruch writes, "Did you know that the problem of pornography affects not only new or "weak" believers but also mature disciples and leaders in both the global and local body?"
Elhanan writes, "Do I say one thing and do another, making myself a hypocrite by definition? Do I profess faith in the Messiah, and by my actions deny that faith?"
Asher writes, "Sometimes we are asked by fellow Israelis, 'If Yeshua is the Messiah, why is there no prophecy of that being his name in the Tanakh?'"
"The eternal life that Yeshua spoke of was not something to be looked for only in the future, it was something to be entered into immediately."
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."
Israel Unveiled Volume 1 is a journey through 11 different sites in the land of the Bible with Amir Tsarfati. This is part eleven: Southern Steps
Eric writes, "And in many cases, the self-deception is worse because we actually convince ourselves that the spiritual poisons we have chosen replace the obvious sin..."