Jonathan writes, "Here, in the middle of general instructions for celebrating the three pilgrimage feasts - Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot - comes a very specific and yet quite casually vague requirement for the summer festival of Shavuot."
Asher writes, "As believers in Yeshua and the God of Israel, we should be fearless and courageous. Cowardice is not part of our character, because it is not part of the character of God."
"The gospels do not indicate the location of the high mountain that the Master chose. Early church tradition places the transfiguration on Mount Tabor, a prominent hill at the eastern end of the Jezreel valley, not far from Nazareth."
Rev. John Howanstine explains how God uses images in the gospels, images of reality given from the heart of God, images to encourage us to faithfulness. What images are we saturating ourselves in?
"The battle for Jerusalem is not just the subtitle of CBN’s recent docudrama about the recapturing of the Old City by the Jewish people. It is a spiritual wrestling match about who is truly God."
Howard writes, "The last couple years have been full of signs in the heavens, with many Bible believers saying that they portend imminent acts of God in line with prophecies in His Word."
Elhanan writes, "The Torah was given as a blessing by God "that it might be well with you and your children," (Deut. 12:28) not as a punishment, which so many Christians have proclaimed."
Boaz writes, "As we sat on the cool, smooth, white Jerusalem stone facing the direction of the Kotel, listening to the chanting of the book of Lamentations, our eyes could see the result of the Prophet Jeremiah's woes."
Eric writes, "Understanding how G-D works in our lives is all about our perspective. If G-D’s Word is true, then anytime our view of His working in our lives seems out of character we need to reexamine the situation."
Joseph writes, "The Hebrews have concentrated on the WORDS, on the audio much more than on the video. Hearing is the center paradigm of the Hebrew culture. Hearing is a big word in Hebrew."