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      The Biblical Feasts of Israel All Point to Jesus

      God commanded His people: Have a feast! Take a break! He made festivals part of the Law, codifying the commandments to stop for a...

      The Name of God

      The name of God in the Jewish Scriptures is an enigmatic mystery. People often pronounce the four Hebrew letters (YHWH) as “Yahweh” or “Jehovah”,...

      How God Trained David to be an Extraordinary King

      In a contest for the best king of Israel, David would surely win. Though not without flaws, he was an incredible leader, and a...

      The Jewish Roots of Baptism

      A Jewish man called Yochanan was baptising people in the Jordan River in first century Israel, including his cousin who would later become world...

      What Does "Lord of Hosts" Mean?

      Adonai Tzva'ot, the “Lord of Hosts” is one of the names of God, used 235 times in the Bible. The first time it appears...

      "Hineni": Here I am. Send Me!

      There is a powerful word in Hebrew that sums up three words in English. The word is Hineni (הנני), which means “Here I am!”...

      Why Did God Choose Israel?

      The very idea that God could choose the people of Israel over all the others offends sensibilities and can be hard to swallow. Isn't that favouritism?

      MESSIANIC PERSPECTIVE

      The Interesting Connection Between Passover and the Coronavirus Plague

      Passover night this year will be celebrated on April 8th, but the preparations begin way before that. The Bible tells us to clean out...

      The Spiritual Workout of Coronavirus

      We are all getting a glimpse of what we’re really made of. When the Coronavirus crisis hit, how did you respond? Have you been the...

      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...