Standing With Israel Articles

Will the New Set of Seven Years on the Jewish Calendar Be Our Last?

Note: This is the second of a two-part series. For part one, click here. Beginning at sunset on Sunday, Sept. 25, our Jewish friends (and increasingly many Christians) will begin a two-day celebration of Rosh Hashanah, their time for new beginnings or a "new year."...
Messianic Rabbi: Are We Too Much Like Jonah?

Messianic Rabbi: Are We Too Much Like Jonah?

Every year, followers of Judaism prepare for the approaching fall holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Our thoughts turn towards repentance and forgiveness. As part of my personal process of searching my heart before G-D in preparation for these special...

What We Can Learn From the Descriptive Names of God

What We Can Learn From the Descriptive Names of God

More than 100 “descriptive” names of God are woven throughout the stories in the Bible. Most of them were assigned to God by His people, and describe one aspect of His character or are a reminder of one of His great acts. There is much we can learn from these ancient...

Messianic Rabbi: There is Only One Torah, Period

Messianic Rabbi: There is Only One Torah, Period

Before you either click away or cheer as a result of seeing the headline, please stick around and read what I am about to write. What I am writing today is vitally important to the body of Messiah and needs to be not only read, but understood. Thanks in advance. Let...

Abundantly Overtaken with the Blessings of God

Abundantly Overtaken with the Blessings of God

Our God loves to bless His children. In fact, this is one of the things that set the Israelites apart from all other people. The God of Israel loved His children and wanted to dwell among them and bless them. In return they were to worship Him out of a heart of...

Messianic Rabbi: He That Has an Eye, Let Him Hear

Messianic Rabbi: He That Has an Eye, Let Him Hear

It is interesting that, as a Messianic rabbi the question I am asked most often by Christians is if I believe that they as Christians have to celebrate, or observe, the biblical Holy Days. They are usually asking about those days listed in Leviticus 23: Shabbat, Yom...

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