Experiencing Reconciliation Bob Neal
As a Christian Gentile pastor, my life, ministry and walk with the Lord has been greatly enhanced since becoming relationally connected with many Messianic Jewish believers. I am fortunate and blessed to live in an area where many wonderful people such as Paul and Luanne Wilbur, Nathan and Malki Wilbur, and Ben and Lorena Juster live nearby. Beyond participating in ministry events together, we often just do life together: going to see movies, eating out, celebrating Shabbat together, etc. We fully embrace one another’s distinctiveness in calling and practice while walking out what it means to be reconciled as believers in Yeshua (Jesus) together in daily life. While everyone might not have the same opportunities to connect relationally as Jewish and Gentile believers, there are many ways to embrace one another as One New Family in Mashiach.
“Nothing ever becomes real until it is experienced.” – John Keats
Many prophetic voices are proclaiming that we are living at a critical juncture in world history. A growing number realize the need for Jew-Gentile reconciliation, but how many of us are actually experiencing it? Experiencing reconciliation together as one body I believe is critical to the end times harvest of souls. Therefore, it is very important to understand what it means to experience reconciliation and then actively participate in our everyday lives.
Read the full article here: September ’22 Issue 13