Sandra writes, "On January 1, 2019, many will feel opportunity in the air, so to speak, to start fresh with an aspect of their lives. This sense of restart at the Gregorian New Year resonates in a promising way with this week’s parasha, Exodus 1:1-6:1."
Sandra writes, "Today the Holy Spirit wants to keep His fire supernaturally burning in you and me. By the oil of His Spirit, He will empower us for battles of this age resembling those of the Maccabees."
Sandra writes, "The first intercessory prayer recorded in Scripture is found in this week’s Parasha. There Abraham extends hospitality to three traveling strangers, one of which is probably the Lord Himself."
Sandra writes, "While deeply grateful for Christian support of Israel, we have watched increasing numbers, especially leaders, seek to bless the Jewish people at the cost of compromising, withholding and then denying, the Gospel."
Sandra writes, "For when Sukkot’s week long festivities and sacrifices are over and done, He gives us one more day, just to linger with Him."
Sandra writes, "Called “the season of our joy,” the Feast of Sukkot (Tabernacles) begins tonight and lasts through September 30. I’m grateful that each year the Holy Spirit infuses the biblical feasts with fresh, personal meaning to me."
Sandra writes, "For Messianic believers today, Yom Kippur can be a day of profound blessing in at least 5 ways."
Sandra writes, "Thankfully, as followers of Messiah in Israel and around the world pray, some nations are changing. We should be encouraged to keep praying more, not less."
Sandra writes, "These signpost events were historic. As they took place, the local spiritual atmosphere seemed to suddenly, simultaneously shift."
Sandra writes, "Today, we believe God to remember His Word concerning His enemies during Israel’s second (and present) return from exile and restoration. We also keep in mind and heart that we do not battle or pray against flesh and blood, but against evil forces and demonic entities who are common enemies."