Ron writes, "So, if Israel already provides for an Orthodox religious court system, why are these men seeking to re-establish the Sanhedrin? And why would all of this be of interest for Bible-believing Christians?"
Ron writes, "This issue is so important to God, that He includes in the six-part prayer that we are to pray every day (Matt. 6:9-13). Every morning we should be confessing forgiveness over those who have sinned against us and even over those who will in the future."
Ron writes, "I love the morning. There is something new, fresh and amazing about a new day. It is a gift from God. I want to share with you three awesome things about morning."
Years ago I endured a very dark season. When the Lord rescued me, he showed me how I could stay strong in the future. I had never been one for writing out prayers, but I saw that that was a key to David's success as he ran from Saul.
Ron writes, "Is someone who prophesies mistakenly a 'false prophet'? Is someone who teaches in error a 'false teacher'?"
Ron writes, "I know, forgive me, but imagine my shock on the elliptical machine, sweat running down my checks, meditating on 1 Corinthians 3, when it hit me! Paul is not talking about exercise!"
Ron writes, "Only God could have gathered the Jewish people back to her homeland, and only God could have protected us these 70 years, surrounded by our increasingly violent neighbors."
Ron writes, "God gave Paul insight into His plan. Remember the investor—through doing the wrong thing, he made an amazing profit. That is what Israel did."
Ron's writes, "God is the author of the times and dates, and He has woven a beautiful mosaic that will result in a great harvest in Israel and in the nations."
Ron writes, "This week in Israel, we celebrate the story of Esther. It is an all too familiar theme of a world leader seeking to carry out genocide against the Jewish people. I want to look at the three central characters and learn one thing from each of them."