Aaron Hecht

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

Pride comes before the fall, which comes before Redemption

Aaron writes, "So, if you are reading this and wondering how to pray for Israel in this situation, pray that these people will stop being so proud of their technology and instead humble themselves before God..."

Does Israel’s democracy even matter anymore?

Aaron writes, "Traditionally, Israel has argued that Western countries should support it because it is “the only true democracy in the Middle East.” That used to garner a lot of sympathy in Western countries, but it’s becoming less and less relevant for several reasons."

Remembering why we’re here

Aaron writes, "You can’t grow closer to Jesus Christ by studying the spiritual and/or theological teachings of people who reject the New Testament in general and specifically the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

To whom will He say, ‘I never knew you’?

Aaron writes, "One of the most difficult (and most abused) passages in the entire Bible is Matthew 7:22-24, which says..."

Could this possibly be “it”?

Aaron writes, "My advice, for whoever wants it, is that we should do the same thing we should be doing if none of these scary things were happening..."

An open letter to Holy Land pilgrims

Aaron writes, "It’s a joy and a blessing to have these people come and enrich our meetings with their presence. But occasionally, there are issues that come up and I would like to address a few of those issues."

Some thoughts on “Babylon”

Aaron writes, "I take that to mean that we should, as much as we possibly can, un-plug ourselves from 'Babylon' and a good place to start is to simply stop consuming what the world calls 'entertainment'..."

America as John the Baptist

Aaron writes," I grew up in the US and retain a deep emotional attachment to it even though I have lived in Israel almost half my life, so it pains me deeply to see the US in such existential turmoil... Let me tell you what gives me some comfort."

Whose job is it anyway?

Aaron writes, "There is no unimportant work in the Kingdom, and whoever you are and whatever your circumstances, God has given you at least one thing that you can do for Him."

Some thoughts on widows and orphans

Aaron writes, "These people are the “widows and orphans” of our day. Caring for them needs to be a priority for us, starting in our own congregations, but in our wider communities as well."