How we love the fruit of the spirit! – love and joy and all that good stuff. It is the [...]
Philippians is one of the prison epistles of Paul and as a prisoner, he did not know whether he would [...]
I had a dream recently in which I was going through a series of spiritual tests over and over again. [...]
There is a message that serves as a common foundation for almost all the other messages in Scriptures: "Repent, for [...]
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”...
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.
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.