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Biblical Teachings

Teaching articles written by Israeli believers in Yeshua on a variety of bible-related subjects.

The restoration

Elhanan writes, "As with the restoration of Michelangelo’s masterpiece, some critics speak vehemently against this revealing sign, while others see it as the very finger of God in our days."

Blood of the covenant and spiritual warfare (Part 1)

Asher writes, "Think how powerful that is in spiritual warfare. We declare that we and everything connected to us belongs to God through the blood of Yeshua."

It is really about love (Mishpatim)

"Let these words remind you that it is about love and they can help you to show more of the Lord’s love to your neighbors."

A family and then a nation

Eric writes, "This one line of text is a spiritual reset that is the precursor to everything that follows. Why?"

Protecting the “old”

Moran writes, "Freedom in Yeshua is not lawlessness! If we love Him, we will obey Him and His statutes. And we will know true freedom."

Yeshua raised the bar

Howard writes, "As believers and disciples of Yeshua, we do not want to return to the lower standard of the former covenant... but to go on to full maturity in the liberty and exceeding glory of the blood of the New Covenant of the Lord and Messiah."

Do Jewish people need Jesus?

Daniel writes, "The question has challenged both the Jewish and the Christian communities since the first century. Our answer determines much in the way we approach relationships and priorities."

Some thoughts on Jewish assimilation

Aaron writes, "A brother said to me that although “Torah observance” is not necessary for salvation, it is God’s plan for Jewish Believers (although not necessarily Gentiles) to preserve us as a special people set apart for a special purpose."

The gap between believing God’s word and human wisdom

Howard writes, "We must, like Elijah called upon the false prophets of Baal in Israel, make a choice: if Yeshua/Jesus is our Lord and God, let us believe and follow Him."

Intercessory Prayer (Part 2)

Asher writes, "In order to “pass on” the baton of intercessory prayer to the next generation, here are more essential aspects of prayer that need to be embraced..."