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The greatest Jewish story ever told!
Chronicles of the Messiah opens the world of the Gospels and returns it to its original context within Judaism and the Jewish people of Jesus' day. This year-long Bible study provides a complete Messianic commentary on the Gospels, explaining the teachings of Jesus in their Jewish context.
A person should never consider himself to be above learning Torah. If the Torah really does convey the words of the living God, then it continues to impart revelation regardless of how many times a person has read it. It will always be new. When Moses recapitulated the Torah in the words of Deuteronomy, he delivered the same Torah, but it became like new material as he spoke it.
In context, this does not refer to authority to bind and loose evil spirits in spiritual warfare. The terms to bind and to loose (forbid and permit) appear literally thousands of times in the Mishnah, Talmud, and rabbinic literature. The Torah vested the power to bind and loose in the Sanhedrin.
Messianic Judaism in Israel’s War for Independence
This book tells the story of one woman on a heroic mission in the Holy Land during the dangerous days of Israel’s War for Independence. Pauline Rose, a mother of the Messianic Jewish movement in Israel, tells the dramatic story of how she came to the holy city to ignite the Sabbath light of Messiah.
There is no commandment in the Torah to light candles just before the Sabbath, and yet it is one of the most universal and beloved of our Jewish traditions. On a practical level, the candles enhance the joy and honor of the Sabbath by providing light and beauty.
Teaching of the Month
The nation of Israel declared independence on May 14, 1948. Immediately attacked by her Arab neighbors, Israel set to work protecting herself. God granted his people success and each year great celebrations take place in the land on Iyyar 4, Yom Ha’atzma’ut, Israel Independence Day. The prophecies of the Bible are in motion. The fig tree is blossoming again.
IN THIS ISSUE: Happy Birthday to the State of Israel! Here in Israel, we just celebrated seventy years since the founding of the State of Israel. Seventy years ago, the world was turned upside down by the sudden emergence of a Jewish state in the land of Israel—a fulfillment of biblical prophecy and the subject of several of the articles in this issue of Messiah Magazine.
For me, failure was one of my biggest fears and is still something I deal with. Over time, I realized I was not just afraid of making mistakes, but about what those mistakes and failures would say about who I am.