Marcel Rebiai

Marcel Rebiai
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Marcel is the director of “Community of Reconciliation” (COR), which he founded in 1988. He came to Israel in 1994 with his wife Regula and their four now grown children. Marcel serves as an elder in a messianic congregation in Jerusalem. He is involved with other leaders in Jerusalem and nationwide, facilitating fellowship, unity and cooperative efforts to advance God’s purposes for the messianic body in Jerusalem and in Israel. Marcel is the director of “Community of Reconciliation” (COR), which he founded in 1988. He came to Israel in 1994 with his wife Regula and their four now grown children. Marcel serves as an elder in a messianic congregation in Jerusalem. He is involved with other leaders in Jerusalem and nationwide, facilitating fellowship, unity and cooperative efforts to advance God’s purposes for the messianic body in Jerusalem and in Israel.

My brother’s keeper

Marcel writes, "It is an eternal principle that our relationships to one another invariably reflect our relationship to God; They are a mirror, of the reality of God's Kingdom in our lives, and of the nature of the way in which we know him."

The waiting Father (Part 2)

Marcel writes, "This is ultimately the resurrection from the dead, the creation of new life. All of this takes place through the love which perseveres to the end! Above all, let us ponder what tremendous good news it is that we have such a father!"

The waiting Father (Part 1)

Marcel writes, "Fatherhood is a mystery we must discover over and over again because it pertains to all of us existentially. It is so existential that Jesus made God's fatherhood the starting point for all true prayer when we come before God."

Sowing with tears, reaping with joy

Marcel writes, "Have you ever wondered why this topic is so important in God's word, so that both Isaiah and John speak of the day on which God will wipe away all tears?"

The desert (Part 2)

Marcel writes, "What do we usually experience in the desert? Our first impression, as we have observed, is that God has abandoned us, because we no longer feel him nor hear his voice."

The desert (Part 1)

Marcel writes, "Being saved, receiving forgiveness and salvation is only the sustenance which gives me appropriate strength to set out for the desert, towards my mountain of God where I will in truth encounter God - and myself."

Jesus’ return (Part 2)

Marcel writes, "When Jesus comes, he will cleanse us, his bride - and it will be an extremely painful cleansing. Not because he wants to punish us. No. But without his grace we would not be able to bear the shame over our heart condition, which his light reveals!"

Jesus’ return (Part 1)

Marcel writes, "The home with God surpasses all human power to imagine its beauty, security, peace and joy. Is this an unrealistic utopia, a desperate projection of our longings and desires?"

Your kingdom come (Part 2)

Marcel writes, "God intends to make us into people of righteousness. God’s kingdom is righteousness. Here it gets daunting..."

Your Kingdom come (Part 1)

Marcel writes, "'Your Kingdom come!' Jesus taught us to pray. Because this is such a central topic it is important for us to ask ourselves: What are we really praying for here?"

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