© 30 October 2015 Revive Israel Ministries
The Seven Mountain Teaching
Daniel Juster Th. D.
For 35 years our ministries have taught the Gospel of the Kingdom in a way that connects us to the newer “Seven Mountain/Pillar Teaching”. This teaching has become increasingly popular in both charismatic and evangelical streams.
The Church is not to govern the civil government or the civil government the Church. Rather, each is to be subject to God’s Law or principles for their own spheres. The Church is to be the prophetic and teaching voice for all spheres and is to help shape the larger culture. In the last century the Evangelical Church in the west largely abandoned culture formation in favor of a Gospel of escape. Looking either to heaven at death or to the rapture seven years before the return of Yeshua. Therefore the Church abandoned the larger culture for individual spirituality.
The Unfulfilled Feast
Report from Munich Global Gathering
By Ariel Blumenthal
We were a team of 5 leaders from Israel, including Chaim, Asher and Betty, and Ariel from Revive Israel. Here is one testimony:
We had a time of declaring the end of the 70 year period since the end of WWII. For several years now, we have been focusing on this prophetic window of time, understanding from Jeremiah and Daniel and Exodus 20 (3 to 4 generations) that God judges the sins of a nation for this period of time, but then it comes time for history and His plans to move forward.
As Jews, as Israelis (on the very historic site of the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes during the ’72 Munich Olympics) we declared that the time has come for the Germans to walk forward without the shackles of the past binding them; and that we as Jews must no longer stand as we do every year on Holocaust remembrance, declaring: “we will never forgive, never forget.”
We are not talking about Holocaust denial or about shutting down Yad V’shem—we are talking about a change in the dynamic of the relationship between Germany and Israel, one which demands that the sin, suffering and unforgiveness of the past must no longer define who we are as peoples, as nations. We go forward together, in Messiah!
After we declared and prayed, a young German man, a future spiritual leader, said to me: “thank you so much for what you did. As a German, I have always felt, especially in international settings, like there is something holding me back, this burden from the weight of history and the guilt of our people; I’ve felt like I’m not allowed to step into my full destiny and a place of leadership, from fear that something bad would happen. But when you prayed today, that was broken!"
Let this generation of German Christian youth arise, and run towards the goal of God’s call on them!