Have you ever wondered what the word "apostle" meant to those living in the time the New Covenant was written? [...]
There are many accounts of sexual sin in the Bible and we can learn much from both the stories of [...]
Cody Archer and Andrew Ben-Arii In 1 Samuel 13:19-22 we see the people of Israel in a dangerous predicament, with [...]
Growing up in a Christian family I attended church regularly and was familiar with Bible stories like David and Goliath, [...]
There will be many signs that we are in the very last days just before Yeshua returns, but the Lord also gave two primary conditions that must be met before He can return. One, a significant, believing remnant among the Jewish people in the city of Jerusalem must put their faith in Him and welcome Him to come and rule as their King. Two, the good news of the kingdom needs to be preached to every people group on the planet.
Ariel, Tal, Jeremiah and I just returned from our 12 day trip through East Asia. Here are some highlights:China - [...]
The epistle to the Ephesians was written and sent as a circulating letter throughout the Asian congregations Paul planted, of which Ephesus was one. In the other epistles written by Paul, we see a pattern of him extending personal greetings to people he knows. Ephesians is the most impersonal letter written by Paul. There is almost no personal greeting, and it does not address any specific local issues, as in his other letters....
The promise of the Holy Spirit being poured out on all flesh before Yeshua's return should bring us much hope as we see darkness increasing in the earth. Will the Spirit be poured out suddenly like in Acts 2, but this time all over the earth? Or will it be gradually poured out at different times and places? I believe both will happen...
The book of Acts chronicles the expansion of the gospel from Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the earth. What had started in one geographic area had in thirty years expanded through Asia Minor, into major European cities and was tens of thousands strong in number. This expansion can be seen in a six-stage pattern, each stage concluding with a progress report.