By Cody Archer Do the words: anti-Christ, mark of the beast, bowls of wrath, wars, famines... stir up fearful emotions [...]
Liat Archer and Asher Intrater The regathering of the Jewish people is an event that was prophesied many times in [...]
The concept of prophecy developed in stages throughout the Scriptures. The early patriarchs had many, direct prophetic encounters with God. [...]
In the book of Romans we find the phrase "to the Jew first" three times: one for the gospel (1:16), one for wrath (2:9) and one for glory (2:10). I believe that this phrase is a continuation from the book of Genesis, in which the tribe of Judah was to "go first." The connection between the "Jew first" of the gospels and "Judah first" in the Torah reveals the consistency of divine order throughout the biblical covenants.