One For Israel Staff
Life doesn’t go the way we think but God uses it all in a very profound way.
"Whether Jewish people have assimilated into the culture or kept themselves to themselves in their own communities, they have been hated and persecuted wherever they go, and whatever they do."
"I had felt disgust and disapproval, but it’s hard to imagine that Yeshua’s face would distort as mine had. So how would our Messiah react to obvious signs and indications of his enemy’s work?"
Valerie was clear about one thing: as a Jew, she could not believe in Jesus. But when her life in London took some unexpected...
"John explains this in chapter 13, which describes the Last Supper, to assure us that although Yeshua suffered greatly, he knew great glory awaited him. But can’t we also say the same thing?"
He was a Muslim commander in the Iranian army, full of hate for Israel, but the Jewish Messiah changed his heart to love God’s...
"Way back in the time of Moses, God told the people of Israel that he had already chosen a place for his dwelling place in the Promised Land, long before they’d even got there..."
The seal of King Hezekiah was recently discovered close to Hezekiah’s tunnel in the City of David, and earlier this year, yet another significant...
All the biblical reasons why the Messiah must be God Himself - from a Hebraic perspective.
"The Fall Feasts symbolize the last trumpet that will sound as the Messiah returns, Yom Kippur points to the final judgement, and Sukkot is the final feast where God and man can at last move in together, like a newly-wed couple who have been longing for complete union."