Reconciliation has two directions: one toward God and one toward people. Reconciliation toward God is the Gospel. Yeshua died on the cross to demonstrate sacrificial love and to pay the price for our forgiveness. Thus we are reconciled to God (II Corinthians 5). There is also reconciliation between people. If [...]
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 [...]
The 40 days from the beginning of the month of Elul through Yom Kippur on the 10th day of Tishrei are known in Jewish tradition as a time for repentance and forgiveness. There are special prayers during this time called סליחות "selichot" meaning forgiveness. One well-known prayer is called אדון [...]
Yeshua provided physical healing and emotional healing, spiritual salvation and financial provision, for all human beings who will believe in Him. All these blessings are included in the atonement. Yet, we don’t always see the fullness of those blessings realized in this lifetime...
Where is the Kingdom of God promised by the prophets? In Yeshua the Kingdom had come in such a way that it could be embraced and entered into. Yeshua demonstrated that the Kingdom really had appeared and was available even though the final fullness of this Kingdom established over all the Earth would still await a future intervention.