Elhanan writes, "We as servants of YHVH, unpopular like Noah in his day not so different from ours, speak across a widening chasm where understanding is diminished in the increasing distance."
Simcha writes, "What if we chose to engage with the giants, and stop viewing ourselves as too small? What if we decided to use the 'pebbles' that God has deposited in us?"
Simcha writes, "A few years back, I went to a women’s meeting where the topic being spoken about was the desert. I remember that the speaker went into great detail explaining the extent of the process that a caterpillar goes through in order to transition into its new form – a butterfly."
Simcha writes, "I hate cheesy New Years blog posts that try to convince you that the passing of a new day will somehow magically cause a reset in our lives, and that we get to start again come 00:01 on January 1st."
Benjamin writes, "The question "what is truly Jewish?" needs to be asked. Is rabbinical Judaism the true Judaism for the Jewish people? Has rabbinical Judaism given itself divine authority that God never gave rabbinical Judaism?"
Howard writes, "The battle is spiritual, not logical/carnal. And, yes, it is the spirit of the antichrist and false prophet, so we continue to pray and to preach the gospel to our people that they might repent and believe, calling on the name of the Lord for salvation."
Adam writes, "Do you know why you live where you live? Can you point to one motivating reason? If you can get there, you can set yourself up for a great coming year."
Adam writes, "But if you use your imagination and creative power to deal with the reality of your day-to-day life, then you can start seeing real change. But how do you do this?"
"Have you always wondered why modern Jews do not accept Yeshua (Jesus) as the Jewish Messiah? You are not alone. In order to understand their virulent rejection, though, you would have to understand the major shift..."
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