The Upper Room Discourse 42

The Upper Room Discourse 42 Rabbi Michael Weiner

John 15:26-27 When the Helper comes – whom I will send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth who goes out from the Father – He will testify about Me. And you also testify, because you have been with Me from the beginning. Today we finish John, chapter 15. In our journey so…
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Be a Prism Benjamin Juster

As we conclude the season of light and clean up from all of the festive community celebrations, family gatherings, and  joyful songs, I consider how important it is that we continue to evaluate our effectiveness of reflecting the light of God to the world. Of course, Yeshua proclaimed, “I am the light of the world.…
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The Upper Room Discourse 21 Rabbi Michael Weiner

John 14:25-26 These things I have spoken to you while dwelling with you. But the Helper, the Ruach ha-Kodesh whom the Father will send in My name, will teach you everything and remind you of everything that I said to you. Isn’t this fun. As we study the Upper Room Discourse, we are sharing all…
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The Upper Room Discourse 15 Rabbi Micheal Weiner

John 14:16-1 I will ask the Father, and He will give you another Helper so He may be with you forever – the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it does not behold Him or know Him. You know Him, because He abides with you and will be in you. I will…
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Charismatic in Name Only Daniel Juster

It was the end of October 1967 and I was in a time of great skepticism as I worked hard on courses in my junior year at  Wheaton College. A chapel forum included the Pastor of a near-by church who claimed that the people of his church had  received the supernatural gifts of the Spirit…
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Kairos Moments in Savannah Juleon Akana

Recently my wife and I made the short four-hour drive to Savannah, Georgia. We took a few days off for ourselves (or so we thought) to recharge and get away from everything. It turns out that Adonai had gone before us even in our plans to  hide from everything and everyone. Upon our arrival, we…
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Stephen – Full of the Ruach HaKodesh

In Acts 6 we get a glimpse into the multicultural tensions within the early Messianic community in Jerusalem. There were two subsets of the Jewish community, those with a Hellenistic (Greek) cultural background and those with a Hebrew background. No doubt there were many similarities between these two groups, but there were also differences, which…
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Reacquire Your Taste for the Spirit Benjamin Juster

A loss of taste has been reported by many as one of the strange side effects of the COVID-19 virus. A friend of mine related the story of how his daughter experienced an even more horrific effect—a long-covid condition  called parosmia caused all food to taste like rancid garbage, so much so that she wanted…
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Come, Holy Spirit Daniel Juster

One of my privileges was to meet and spend  time with John Wimber, the founder of the Vineyard Network. He read a brochure from a conference I was a part of and actually had a word from God to reach out to me. This was quite  amazing! John Wimber was famous for revealing the reality…
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The King is in the Field Mark Rantz

Defining moments! We all have them, and for those of us who know Yeshua, these seasons in our lives can become  times and seasons of fulfillment, where God sets for us a spiritual trajectory over our hearts and finds our calling in His  loving embrace. These foundational moments are holy seasons of visitation where God…
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