What if Luke 4:18 was Really the Priority of the Church?

What if Luke 4:18 was Really the Priority of the Church? Daniel Juster

Imagine the Gospel Story if it read like this … Yeshua called together His twelve disciples and brought them with him for a special retreat in the Galilee. The trauma of the Roman occupation in the first-century was difficult for all of God’s people and the hard dealings with zealot  terrorists was such that Messiah’s…
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The Third Great Commandment – Part 2 Daniel Juster

Last month, with the first part of this articles I began discussing our calling according to the Torah and New Covenant Scriptures to love YHVH with all our heart, soul, and strength (Deut. 6:5; Luke 10:27) and to love our neighbor as ourselves (Mark 12:31). From this foundation as a biblical definition of love and…
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Discipleship and Community Daniel Juster

Before we had Messianic Judaism in our lives, Patti and I — from about 1970-1971 — were on a quest asking, “What really is the nature of the Church?” This question came in the midst of a context where secular writers were ringing alarm bells left and right on the social trends within America. There…
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The Third Great Commandment – part 1 Daniel Juster

The First Commandment is that YHWH our God is our God alone and we are to love Him with all our heart, soul, and strength (Deut. 6:5; Luke 10:27). The second commandment from Yeshua is that we must love our neighbors as ourselves (Mark 12:31). This calling to love our neighbor includes everyone in our…
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Redeeming a Generation for Yeshua Dr Daniel Juster

How is it possible that statistics say that the younger generation has been lost in droves to the Body of the Messiah? I don’t think the answers are difficult to find. The basic answer is that this generation in the deepest level of its soul was formed much more by the secular world than by…
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