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Muslims Met Messiah

Israeli Arab finds his Eternal Father

Growing up in Abu Gosh, and surrounded by the three major religions, a young secular Muslim realized there must be only one way to God. His Journey led Him to discover the One Messiah who can bridge the Gaps in the Israeli society, and the gaps we each have in

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Forgiveness – from a Messianic Jewish Perspective

 To forgive is undoubtedly one of the greatest challenges for mankind. However, forgiveness is also one of the pillars of faith in the gospel in the New Testament. After all, who hasn’t heard of the command to “turn the other cheek”? Forgiveness needs to be one of the main attributes in

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Joy – How to keep it when it’s hard?

What’s the source of your Joy? Especially when times are hard we need a steadfast source of Joy that can’t be rocked by the circumstances around us. We wanted to share another one of our Online Discipleship videos in Hebrew with English subtitles, let us know in the comments what your Joy is and how Yeshua fulfills your Joy!

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The Power of the Tongue

 The tongue is the most powerful part of the human body. It’s also the most dangerous weapon. A sword can cut the body but a tongue can wound the soul. The tongue has power to incite hatred and start wars more than any other weapon on the planet. That’s why it is

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Israelis MET MESSIAH

Jewish Holidays

Jewish Holidays

How Did the Magi From the East Know?

If you think about it, the whole story with the magi from the East is a bit strange. How did the wise men come to know about this King in Judah – how did they figure such a thing out from the stars? And who were they? How did they

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The Meaning of the Feast of Tabernacles

The Feast of Sukkot is one of my favorites. All of God’s feasts are full of creativity and wonder; treasures and promises. But in Jewish literature, Sukkot is often simply called “THE feast”. The biggie – no other clarification needed. Three times a year, all of Israel were supposed to

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Christmas: Pagan or Kosher?

December 25th: A joyful day to celebrate the Messiah coming to earth… or a hijacked pagan holiday? Does the date really matter? And how did it become 25th December anyway, since Yeshua most likely came during the Fall Feasts? Here in Israel, Christmas is a regular working day, with the

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