First Fruits of Zion Staff
"He did not do miracles to show off. He was not a magician or performer. And He refused to do signs and wonders to prove Himself. So why did He raise Lazarus from the dead?"
"The eternal life that Yeshua spoke of was not something to be looked for only in the future, it was something to be entered into immediately."
"Ever been afraid of the dark? It’s natural to be afraid of what we cannot see, but the shadows flee when exposed to the light."
"Not everyone who claims Yeshua as "Lord" will enter the kingdom of heaven. Not even miracles in his name will guarantee admission."
"The chief criterion by which the false prophet may be recognized is not necessarily theological or miraculous. Yeshua told His disciples to watch the fruit of their lives."
"Are there just a few who are being saved? According to the teaching of Yeshua, most people are not on the path to the kingdom."
"Why did the people passing beneath the shadow of Golgotha cast insults at the man hanging above them?"
"The exodus from Egypt is the Bible's paradigm for salvation—the Torah's clearest picture of what salvation is and how it works."
How does the Golden Rule to do unto others as you would have them do unto you summarize the whole Torah?
"When we pray, is God really listening? According to Yeshua, a person should talk to God like a child speaking to his or her father."