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The book of Ecclesiastes states: “Everything has an appointed season, and there is a time for every matter under the heaven” (3:1). That means for whatever reason, HaShem, in his infinite wisdom, has allowed this season to come upon us.Read This Most Recent Articles Discover More
Abram Poljak in His Own Words
Vine of David presents the story of Abram (Bram) Poljak, pioneer of the Messianic Jewish movement, told in his own words. Follow the dramatic story of the pivotal character of twentieth-century Messianic Judaism. An amazing trip through history and the story of a hero of faith for today.
Some sayings and specific words in the Bible are hard to understand. The Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels from Vine of David not only provides access to the profound scholarship and insight of Professor Franz Delitzsch, but it is also a wealth of information into the background of the New Testament.
A Promise of What Is to Come
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? Episode eleven will clear up the confusion over this passage by putting terms back into their proper Hebraic context.
Teaching of the Month
In Messianic Hope, First Fruits of Zion Director of Outreach, Ryan Lambert, explores Isaiah 7 and 8 in context. He challenges the assembly of students at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, to make the kingdom of heaven a reality today in radical ways.
IN THIS ISSUE: Passover is a beautiful example of how important the Jewishness of Jesus is. Passover is one of God’s appointed times. It didn’t just happen to be Passover when Jesus died; it was God’s plan from the very beginning.
Despite the difficulty in fasting from food and water for twenty-five hours and the overwhelming length of prayers, Yom Kippur is considered by the Jewish sages to be a joyous day in which the sins of God’s people are forgiven.