Howard writes, "The Pesach "Haggadah" that I wrote -- using only Scripture -- brings out things old and new, attempting to express my faith and identity as a Messianic Jew, looking for the blessed hope of the return of the Lord and the resurrection/rapture of the believers."
Howard writes, "The distinction between Jews and Gentiles — 2 loaves (Lev. 23:15-18) for a new meal offering containing leaven in each one initiated at Shavuot — remains valid throughout the same period, as Yeshua/Jesus will reign over Israel and the other nations during His Kingdom on Earth..."
Howard writes, "Yet, the Shabbat itself requires consummation or fulfillment (filling full), an answer to sin and death, burial and hopelessness in man’s own experience and expectation apart from truly knowing and believing in the one true living God."
Howard writes, "Now (that is, after knowing the laws and regulations by which to live), Israel — and the Church — have been given lots of time to figure out that they are not living up to the standard which we have been given, whether under the Old Covenant, or under the New."
Howard writes, "YHVH God makes and keeps covenants. He is righteous and faithful to keep them all until they be completely fulfilled. This makes them everlasting: until He fulfills them, no matter how long it takes; and, until the end of history."
Howard writes, "God was manifested in the flesh, and great is this mystery! When you imagine and think of what Yeshua the Messiah/Jesus Christ looked like as a man, what images come to your mind?"
Howard writes, "Christians who believe God that Jerusalem is the City of the Great King, from which Jesus will reign after His return, should acknowledge Jerusalem as being in Israel, and her capital, whether embassies are located there or not."
Howard writes, "History — past, present, and future — is a witness to YHVH God’s faithfulness to His covenants, and to His sovereign power and will: not the will of man, nor of the devil, nor of the flesh, but the will of GOD!"
Howard writes, "When the disciples asked Yeshua about the sign of His return at the end of the age, His first response was that they should be careful not to let any man deceive them, and that they should watch and be ready for whenever that exact time should come."
Howard writes, "The stakes are high, and the nations and Israel can expect a shaking from the very real living God, who desires that all should repent and be saved. For this He sent His Son into the world, which is ignored at our own peril."