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?'”
Asher writes, "It is ironic that the role of pastor is not explicitly found in the book of Acts, whereas apostles were plentiful; and yet today, many think there is no longer a need for apostles, but every senior leader of a congregation should simply be called 'pastor'."
Asher writes, "Are we for globalization? We certainly believe in an age of world peace as described in Isaiah 2 and Micah 4. Yet we know that this will only take place when the Messiah returns and rules and reigns from Jerusalem in the Millennial age."
What is the meaning of the word 'gentiles' or 'goyim'? Hear from Asher Intrater about seeing Gentiles (ethnic groups) from Gods perspective. The word 'gentile'...
Asher writes, "In reading through the Torah, we cannot help but notice that there are several social institutions described that never seem to achieve their fullness in Israel’s history."
Asher speaks about the timing of Jerusalem becoming a stumbling stone for the nations being the same time the Spirit of grace and favor...
Asher writes, "Revival leads to restoration. This principle of the kingdom of God holds true for an individual or for a whole nation."
Asher speaks about biblical repentance and believing in the gospel as the first two steps of faith.
Asher writes, "The situation in the Middle East is so complex that often one is not sure just exactly what to pray for. Many well-meaning believers get so caught up in one aspect of the conflict or another that they miss the overall picture."
Asher Intrater speaks about Yeshua being rejected by religious leaders in His day and how this was one of the fulfillment's of prophecy for...