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A Jew’s Rapture Book of Why

Hannah writes, "As a long-time follower of Yeshua the Messiah living in Israel, I address these questions to my brothers and sisters who support the pre-Tribulation Rapture scenario."

8 ways Jesus changed the world for you

Most of us take the Western culture into which we were born for granted, without really understanding where it came from, or how it...

Turkey: Underwriting Islamic movements here, there and everywhere

Tzippe writes, "Erdogan's efforts to Islamize Jerusalem come as no surprise. Since his election in 2003, he has worked steadily toward the same goal in Turkey and in the process undermined the strong military and diplomatic ties his country had worked hard to establish with Israel."

Apostle in original context (part 1)

Cody writes, "Have you ever wondered what the word “apostle” meant to those living in the time the New Covenant was written?"

Lessons from Parashat Korah

Joseph writes, "What can we as leaders learn from this sad occasion in the history of our people in a period when the Lord’s presence was visible by day and by night, in a period that all of Israel enjoyed the daily miracle of Mana, water from the rock, and divine victory over Amalek?"

The biblical key to signs and wonders

Eric writes, "Yet with all of that preaching and praying and fasting the majority of our congregations still continue to exist in a spiritual drought of the miraculous."

Yeshua heals five out of five in Jerusalem hotel!

Ron writes, "Last week was an amazing week. It all started several months ago when two Israeli believers were inspired by YouTube videos of Todd White."

Commentary on Parashat Korach

Moran writes, "It is interesting to note that some of the men leading the rebellion alongside Korah were the descendants of Reuben. Recall that Reuben was the oldest of Jacob’s sons, which meant that people looked up to him and revered him as the first-born."

Excerpt from Forgiveness Brochure

"Having realized the magnitude of our debt, we can better appreciate God’s mercy. As those who have received such great mercy, it should be natural for us to forgive our own debtors whose debts are, according to Jesus’ parable, very small compared to what we have been forgiven."

Scattering the sheep?

Asher writes, "While it is exciting to think of the ability to cast out demons, there is also spiritual warfare against the works of the devil on a wider, more corporate level. Individual demons cause sin and sickness, but greater powers of evil are assigned to destroy the community of faith as a whole. That corporate attack on the Ecclesia comes on three levels...

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