Category Archives: Rabbinic

Does anybody really know what time it is?

In the late Sixties the rock group Chicago recorded a lovely jazz-swing hit. The song asks if people are truly aware of what is happening in the world around them: “As I was walking down the street one day, being pushed and shoved by people trying to beat the clock…People runnin’ everywhere, don’t know where […]

Exposing hearts, creating divisions

Taking a biblical stand for the Jewish people sometimes results in strife and division. Does that mean that there is something wrong with our zeal?  Why do blowback, opposition or negative feedback sometimes accompany our preaching of God’s heart for Israel? What is the cost of standing with the Jewish people and how can we […]

Zooming in on Zion

The apple of God’s eye is the Jewish people (Zechariah 2:8). Most of the Scriptures concern that people, and nearly all of Holy Writ was written by Jewish people (Romans 9:4; 3:1-2). A clear focus on Israel is foundational to pure biblical vision and to a vibrant prophetic hermeneutic. Three common pitfalls appear among some […]

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 […]

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