Category Archives: Evangelicals

Korah versus Moses

“This is what YHVH of armies says, ‘In those days ten men from all of the nations will grab hold of the corner of the garment of a Jew, and say, “Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you” (Zechariah 8:32). In days to come, the entire human race […]

The Prophetic Plumbline

“Be diligent to present yourself as someone approved to God, as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:15). Paul’s challenge applies across the board, to Messianic Jews and to Gentile believers in Yeshua; to Charismatics and non-Charismatics; to Protestants and to Catholics, to men […]

A Messianic perspective on Poland and the Jewish people

As world events vis-à-vis the Jewish people begin to look like flashbacks from Nazi Germany during the late 1930’s, it might be helpful to consider some prophetic lessons from history for our own day. Rachel and I recently traveled across Poland and dialogued with Polish believers (both Jewish and Gentile), searching for wisdom and insight […]

God’s hook in the jaws of the world

Middle Eastern events are speeding up, both in significance and momentum. Yet even amidst the tumult, there is a quiet place available in God from which flows understanding, discernment, sobriety and peace. Like the men of the tribe of Issachar, “men who understood the times, with knowledge of what Israel should do” (1 Chronicles 12:32), […]

The House of Windsor and the House of David

On Friday April 29 2011 nearly two billion people watched the fairy tale wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey in the heart of London. From the shimmering gold vestments of the Dean of Westminster to the gold-encrusted liveried coach-and-four, from Prince William’s handsome scarlet Irish Guard’s jacket to Catherine’s ivory silk […]

Jews and Arabs: one big happy Abrahamic family?

The past twenty years have seen a rise in Israel-related spiritual focus among enthusiastic believers. Concepts like the “One New Man,” the “Restoration of David’s Tabernacle,” and the “Isaiah 19 Highway” have all come into their own, and are currently in vogue. New concepts are exciting, yet sometimes need gentle tweaking to come into godly […]

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