Jamie writes, "Being exceptional means exhibiting traits and treating others in ways that others desire to emulate. As followers of Yeshua, when we do these things, it brings glory to God. For nations that have been called by God, it means acting in ways that lead to a better world."
"At a time when the UN is falsely trying to accuse Israel of ‘Apartheid’ (which literally means ‘apart-hood’ in Afrikaans), we are determined to stand together as One New Man in Messiah!"
Hannah writes, "In other words, Messiah taught that even the most trivial variations in the Hebrew Scriptures are there for a reason, and are as enduring as the earth. If so, it follows that they can yield profound insights... for those with eyes to see."
Asher writes, "We respect the priestly elements in both Jewish and Christian traditions, and we recognize that the symbolic signs all point to Yeshua’s spiritual priesthood in Heaven."
Eric writes, "Pasta is Italian, bagels are Jewish, and chicken chow mein is Chinese right? Wrong... What does this lost history of these different popular foods have to do with Jesus and Christianity? The answer is simple..."
Daniel writes, "The origins of a successful movement often tell us about the founding principles that must be recovered to see this success continue into the future in new generations. The Messianic Jewish Movement began as a mighty move of the Spirit..."
"As we follow Yeshua, are we willing to follow in his footsteps of self-sacrificial love? Martyrs for Yeshua don’t kill, but offer life, even to their murderers."
Moran writes, "In our Scripture reading this week, we see a continuation of last week’s portion regarding what we are to do with the treasures that God has entrusted to us."
Howard writes, "The Pesach "Haggadah" that I wrote -- using only Scripture -- brings out things old and new, attempting to express my faith and identity as a Messianic Jew, looking for the blessed hope of the return of the Lord and the resurrection/rapture of the believers."
Ofer writes, "In Persia, God needed to have some who would be godly, faithful and fearless. He had it in Mordechai and Esther. What about today? What about you, and I?"