There is a message that serves as a common foundation for almost all the other messages in Scriptures: "Repent, for the kingdom of God is at hand." This may be seen as a summary of all the Israelite prophets (Jeremiah 25:5). It preceded the coming of Yeshua (Matthew 3:2); forms [...]
Over the last week, as we fervently pray for the situation in Gaza, the Spirit has emphasized several passages from Isaiah 51, a chapter whose main theme is “righteousness”...
We as Messianic Jews often have to deal with theological disagreements in both traditional Christianity and Judaism. With ultra-Orthodox Jews (Haredim), in addition to the clash over our faith in Yeshua (Jesus), there are several other areas of objective disagreement.
As an Israeli Messianic Jew, I ask: who’s deciding on our society’s morality and ethics? Is it us, the followers of Yeshua, or others? If we look at some of the most important questions to our society – godliness, financial integrity, ownership of the land, marital standards - it’s clear that we are not those setting the tone on these topics.