Note: I was with my Messianic Apostle Dan Juster recently at our annual Tikkun leaders conference in Maryland. In my opinion, he is the most notable Messianic theologian alive today, and has written some wonderful books on both Messianic Judaism and Israel and the church. Dan also has a great love for the church.
There we entered into an interesting discussion about the reconnection in God’s family between Jew and Gentile and Israel and the church. This is what came out of the conversation and I was so touched by Dan’s wisdom in this area, that I asked him if he would write an article for Reconnecting Ministries on this subject.
I think this message lays an excellent foundation and kick off to my new focus. To bring this reconnecting issue in God’s family to the forefront of the church by interviewing many of its leaders, both from Jewish and Gentile perspectives; where they will be free to express their views and beliefs. For what will this spiritual reconnection between Jew and Gentile actually look like in the church as it begins to take hold and develop amongst us.
I truly believe here, that the full revelation of this new unity in the family of God will only develop as more of His love and forgiveness flows between both groups. In my mind, this will naturally broaden our tolerances of how each of us practice our faith in Yeshua, with some overlaps I might add that will become wonderfully enriching to us all. So here’s what Dan had to say (Grant Berry, Reconnecting Ministries).