On All Flesh

On All Flesh Benjamin Juster

The Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) is misunderstood. You may have witnessed strange manifestations of the spirit during  charismatic gatherings or on TV. Or you may have seen men or women who appear to operate in powerful gifts of healing,  prophecy, and deliverance, yet are later exposed to be living a life of sin and deception.…
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Lessons from Job Rabbi Michael Weiner

Job on Blamelessness As one begins studying the Book of Job (Iyov), they are immediately impacted with a moral concept which for most, if not all, seems to be a human impossibility. In the first verse of Job, we are reminded that Job is “blameless” where it states, There was a man in the land…
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Time for Recalibration David Westra

I was reminded, recently, of the importance that an accurate compass reading can make. A ship sailing from Los Angeles, California to Sydney, Australia whose compass is off by only one degree, will only be off by a matter of 90 some feet after a  mile of travel. Hardly noticeable. Yet by the end of…
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Loving our Jewish Brothers & Sisters Aaron Allsbrook

Evangelism is often thought of as simply telling people about Yeshua. It can look similar to a salesman sharing with a potential customer about a product that they’re hoping this person will purchase. The salesman gives a lot of information  with catchy phrases and words while using pre-planned questions, all with the hopes that the…
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Remember: You Were a Slave Benjamin Juster

Passover commemorates the Exodus of the Hebrews from Egyptian bondage, which has contributed more to shaping the Jewish story than perhaps any other event in history. Those who know me, often think of me as socially confident and self-assured. Yet, I remember the shame and humiliation of bursting into tears during my 9th grade history…
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Prayer & Action Martin Boardman

So Joshua did as Moses said, and fought the Amalekites, while Moses, Aaron and Hur went up to the top of the hill. [and]  When Moses held up his hand, Israel prevailed … (Exodus 17:10-11 TLV) There is a vital relationship between prayer and action, which is essential for any kind of ministry which seeks…
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You are Not Alone! James Kearney

A prayer for Israel What is going on with the current war between Israel and Hamas? Why does this vicious struggle generate chaos and strife worldwide? How can we as members of the body of Yeshua, both Jew and Gentile, not only better understand the  roots of this battle but also join in prayer to…
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Purple Curtains Glenn Blank

Make the Tabernacle with ten curtains of fine woven linen of blue, purple and scarlet, with cheruvim made by the work of  a skillful craftsman … Make a fine woven linen curtain of blue, purple and scarlet, with cheruvim…. The parokhet will divide  for you between the Holy Place and the Holy of Holies ……
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Taking Responsibility For What Has Been Given Zachary Williams

Our congregation, “Remnant of Israel” in Wichita, KS has the rare blessing as a Messianic congregation of fully owning our  own building. It was built in the early 1950’s with a common vaulted architecture of the time, and it even still has a  “Fallout Shelter” sign on the outside of the building. A couple years…
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Power of Choice Benjamin Juster

Every day you face hundreds of choices. Many are seemingly insignificant, but others are life changing. Even trivial, inconsequential choices may end up causing tremendous harm in your life. Think about that extra helping of dessert.  Make that choice only once, it’s no problem. But make that choice repeatedly for multiple days, weeks, and months…
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