The generation in the wilderness were not worse complainers than any other collection of human beings. Every congregation of believers I have ever been a part of has been vexed by the ceaseless grumbling of the members. Human beings are prone to complain. It often seems that people are not happy unless they find something to be unhappy about. Nothing seems to please us more...
The Life of Messiah
The Miracle of Changing Water to Wine May Messiah, who came and changed water into fine wine, change us from wickedness to goodness. (Syriac Hymn) In the early days of Yeshua's vocation as a teacher, he miraculously transformed the water of six stone pots into the finest of wine. The water-to-wine incident seems like nothing more than a delightful anecdote from the early memories of...
Month: Sivan (סיון)
Last month brought us the daily counting of the Omer, which started during the Festival of Unleavened Bread and ends this month at Shavuot, the Feast of Weeks. The month of Sivan, which is the third month on the biblical calendar, has several events that are remembered. With the recounting of the story of Ruth, the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai, and the...
11 — None Greater than John
Jesus tells his disciples that the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than John the Immerser. Does that mean that the worst Christian is better than John? ...
12 — Raising Disciples
Everyone knows that Jesus had twelve disciples but many would be surprised to find out that the institution of discipleship existed centuries before the time of t...
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Messianic Judaism is the most exciting movement of our time. Its rebirth in the 1900s was, in a very real sense, a restoration of something that had been lost for over a thousand years—a functional Jewish body of believers in Jesus that continues to identify with Judaism and with the... Read »
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