The Third Great Commandment – part 1

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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When Prayer Becomes Intercession Sam and Liza Lewis

Learning to Hear the Voice of the Good Shepherd Pray in the Ruach on every occasion, with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, keep alert with perseverance and supplication for all the kedoshim. – Ephesians 6:18, TLV We find ourselves in a time in history like no other. There have been…
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Proof in the Tasting – Evidence for Doubters Ben Juster

You may have heard the expression, “The proof of the pudding is in the tasting.” It is an odd proverb that basically means that you really can’t know the value or quality of something until you experience it for yourself. It doesn’t matter how good the pudding looks on the surface. Until you dig in…
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Is it Enough? Hallel Schell

Is It Enough? Human trafficking, Genocide, Rape, Abortion, Murder … and so many other things that I cannot and absolutely do not want to imagine. I have for so long been deeply disturbed by the severity of human suffering. I can say that certainly some of my angst comes from a heart of intercession and…
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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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Face to face Intimacy with the Father Lois Loerner

My father passed away last year, on September 19th, 2020. Early one morning while staying with my mother, I had a dream. In this dream I was in a large bedroom, a resting place. This room was a garden room filled with beautiful flowers, trees and plants. My father, my mother and all of my…
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No Declarations without Demonstration Paul Wilbur

There I was, minding my own business, when I heard that still small voice in my ear. Actually, I was either speaking or singing at the time, but I am not quite certain any longer which verbal action I was engaged in at the time. But I certainly do recall with great clarity what that…
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Authentic Friendship, You First Ben Juster

Much of our experience of Biblical community rests on the quality of our relationships. Many abandon community life not for lack of love for God, but because of the poor nature of or lack of relationships with others. Yet, relationships are supposed to be at the core of what makes fellowship with Messiah fulfilling and…
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Watching How We Walk Mark Rantz

“Pay close attention to how you walk—not as unwise people but as wise. Make the most of your time because the days are evil.” – Ephesians 5:15-16 (TLV) In this passage, Sha’ul reminds us that as believers we are called to rise from our slumber and complacency, so that Messiah Himself might shine upon us.…
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Pesach and a Year of Recovery and Restoration Paul Wilbur

The year 2022, or 5782 if you prefer (just don’t note that at the top of your checkbook!) is proving to be a year of recovery and restoration, I believe. We also have the opportunity this year, as we did in 2018, to enjoy the overlap of the Gregorian and Rabbinic calendars for Passover and…
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