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Messianic Jews are not Antisemitic!

Michael writes, "One of the mini-controversies to erupt in the wake of the horrific Antisemitic murders in a Pittsburgh synagogue was a candidate inviting a Messianic Jewish leader to pray at a campaign event... Afterwards, both in the media and on social media, Messianic Jews were characterized as Antisemitic."

Aliyah and Worship Conference in Malta

Carolyn writes, "Then I felt the L-rd say so it will be with the Great Aliyah from the West. Some will hear "it's too late" and give up. Others will persevere and come through with the gates closing as they exit..."

An open letter to Paul Wilbur

Eitan writes, "On September 25, 2018 Paul Wilbur gave a concert in Jerusalem, created a live recording, and touched many hearts. I was there. I’ve written him this letter to express what happened inside me during the event."

Anti-Semitism: A Messianic response

"Whether Jewish people have assimilated into the culture or kept themselves to themselves in their own communities, they have been hated and persecuted wherever they go, and whatever they do."

Discipling a new generations of leaders

Lech L’cha, a 3-month discipleship school, was launched specifically to take on this challenge. Its purpose is to equip young Israeli believers for their future while keeping Jesus at the center of all they do.

After son’s murder, Arab pastor forgives killers and testifies of God’s love

The murder of a Christian Arab young man provided a painful platform for the man’s father to publicly display the power of Yeshua’s love and forgiveness.

Synagogue shooting: No weapon formed against you will prosper

“No weapon that is formed against you will prosper” (Isaiah 54:17) The Sabbath murder of eleven Jewish men and women in Pittsburgh caught many by surprise. Robert...

A Biblical method to overcome evil

"John explains this in chapter 13, which describes the Last Supper, to assure us that although Yeshua suffered greatly, he knew great glory awaited him. But can’t we also say the same thing?"

Ashdod threatens Messianic congregation for operating a ‘house of prayer’

As if it wasn’t enough that Orthodox Jews had vandalized their new building, now the Municipality of Ashdod is bearing down on the Beit Hallel congregation in the legal arena declaring that the non-profit organization itself is operating illegally.

Messianic organization urges believers: Adopt, foster vulnerable children in Israel

An initiative that is going nationwide this year intends to bring awareness to the plight of orphans and foster children in Israel and to encourage believing families especially to provide them with loving and nurturing homes.

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2nd Peter – Introduction

2Pt 1:1-2 Simon Peter, a bondservant and apostle of Jesus Christ, To those who have obtained like precious faith with us by the righteousness of our...

But, it’s not fair!

Moran writes, "In our portion this week, we find a very interesting prophetic word that God gives to Rebekah, which helps explain the events that followed after the birth of Esau and Jacob."

Me too

Asher writes, "Everyone wants to do their own “thing” but nobody wants someone else to do his or her “thing” to them. They say, 'I have a right to do whatever I want.' They don’t ask, “'What is the right thing to do?'”

We must stand with and pray for the Christians of Egypt

Christians of Egypt just experienced a vicious terror attack. I met with the Coptic Pope and the head of the Egyptian Protestants on Sunday in Cairo in solidarity. Here’s an update.

Passionately pursuing our purpose

Simcha writes, "Dreaming is not about wishing ourselves into another life. It’s about thinking outside, and bigger than the constraints of our little world. It’s about finding God in places that are outside of ourselves and our tiny perspective."

Israeli Messianic Community News

Arise Africa!

Revive Israel supported a recent event in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the political capital of Africa and home to the African Union Headquarters and UN Economic Commission for Africa – and the likely home country of the Biblical Queen of Sheba and base of the Ethiopian eunuch in Acts 8.

The sleeping fox catches no poultry

Margarita writes, "From Solomon, who saw poverty as the fruit of inaction, to Yeshua’s teachings about forcefully advancing God’s kingdom and taking its yoke upon ourselves, the call is the same: express your faith in the Creator by being creative! Step out, take action, do something!"
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Anne Graham-Lotz: ‘Time to turn to God and thank Him’

Christian leaders from around the world came to Jerusalem recently for what's become a major annual event, the Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast (JPB). CBN News interviewed three key participants in this year's gathering.

Saying goodbye to a Messianic Music Pioneer

Ron writes, "At my wedding, 30 years ago, Elana and I were honored that one of the most famous Messianic worship groups performed. Of course, they were our dear friends Israel’s Hope. Marc Chopinsky wrote most of the music. Yesterday, we buried him in Haifa."

Remembering Israeli Musician Marc Chopinsky

Born in Philadelphia in 1950, the self-taught guitarist traveled the rock and roll nightclub circuit for 17 years without ever composing a song. All that began to change in the spring of 1981 when he met the Messiah.