Aaron Hecht


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Aaron is a member of Jerusalem Assembly, House of Redemption. Aaron is a member of Jerusalem Assembly, House of Redemption.

What are you praying for when you pray for Israel?

Aaron writes, "Are you praying for the protection of Israeli soldiers? Are you praying for “wisdom for Israeli politicians” so they won’t make any decisions you don’t think God would want them to make?"

Some thoughts on Armageddon

Aaron writes, "The right thing can be discredited by people doing it for the wrong reasons, to the point where even people doing the right thing for the RIGHT reasons end up looking bad."

Some hard truths

Aaron writes, "If you love Israel and the Jewish People, there are some Hard Truths which will be painful, but vitally important, for you to become aware of if you want to help them."

A tale of two Christian Zionists in Jerusalem

Aaron writes, "Apologizing for declaring and believing the Words of Jesus Christ will not, could not, won’t ever, bring Jewish people, or any other kind of people, closer to Jesus Christ."

Raising children in the fear of the Lord

Aaron writes, "If you’re like me, you never gave much thought to children until your first child was born, then all of a sudden issues related to children went from the bottom to the top of your list of priorities almost literally in the blink of an eye."

Here I am, send me

Aaron writes, "Someday we’ll all stand before the Throne and we won’t have anything in our hands except what we gave Him in this mortal life."

Loving Israel for the wrong reasons

Aaron writes, "Many Western Christians support Israel because they think of Israel as a bastion against things that they’re profoundly afraid of and which, all too often, they hate. They think of the IDF in particular as a force protecting them from terrorism."

“Replacing” one heresy with another

Aaron writes, "There’s a heresy which is just as bad which many of our brothers and sisters, in their zeal to get as far away from Replacement Theology as possible, adopt. I am talking about Dual Covenant Theology."

Some thoughts on the fear of the Lord

Aaron writes, "Our world is run by men and women who don’t fear God and who thus look to mere Humanistic philosophy for guidance. This phenomenon exists even in large segments of what calls itself the Church, most often in a simple lack of regard for the authority of Scripture."

When one member suffers

Aaron writes, "In the meantime, you can also take a lesson from the Apostle Paul, who made a deliberate point of encouraging support, both practical and prayer support, for the Believers in Israel."