Today in the Jerusalem District Court, the three judges in the case of “Jewish terrorist”, Jack Teitel, found him completely responsible for his “cold-blooded” acts of murder and of attempted murder. In the courtroom, when asked by reporters whether he had any regrets for what he had done, he said the he “has no regret nor is he sorry for what he did”, and that he would do it again if he had to. Teitel received two consecutive life sentences for … Continue reading
The Scroll of Esther is read in the synagogues every year for Purim. This holiday is still being observed: it still has relevance for us today, even for Gentile believers in Jesus. Haman presents us with a type of the antichrist in his spirit, and a descendant of Agag, of Amalek, of Esau, the hostile fraternal twin brother of Jacob.
Today I want to look at just … Continue reading
Is 5:11-16, 21-24 Israel does not regard the activity of YHVH or the works of His hands. God’s people in captivity [physical and spiritual] because of lack of knowledge. … Continue reading
(C&MA Great Commission Fund tour from Feb 27 – Mar 10, 2004, in Roanoke, Lynchburg, and Richmond, Virginia)
Mk 10:28-31 (Mt 19:29; Lk 18:29-30) Then Peter began to say to [Jesus], ‘See, we have left all and followed You.’ So Jesus answered and said, ‘Assuredly, I say to you, there is no one who has left house or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or lands for My … Continue reading
Lev. 26: 40-45 – Israel and Jewish people confessing personal and historic collective guilt for breaking YHVH’s covenants
There is a biblical principle whereby God holds the heads of a people accountable for the blessing or punishment of the people. … Continue reading