Category Archives: Restoration

The earth is polluted by its inhabitants

In 1966 Randy Wolfe, a fifteen year old Jewish kid and brilliant guitar player, stepped into Manny’s Music on West 48th in Midtown Manhattan. There he bumped into a guitarist by the name of Jimmy James (‘and his Blue Flames’). Jimmy (who soon changed his own name to Jimi Hendrix) invited Randy down to the […]

Sapphire foundations

One of God’s most precious promises to the Jewish people is found in Isaiah 54. Israel will undergo a process of  metamorphosis which will transform her from shame and humiliation, from barrenness and desolation, from being considered a rejected wife and a reproached widow. She will morph into a gloriously married woman, filled with joy […]

The latter rain

Once upon a time there was no rain. Moses tells us that “YHVH God had not sent rain upon the earth . . .  but a mist used to rise from the earth and water the whole surface of the ground” (Genesis 2:5-6). But then God gave rain on the earth and sent water on the fields (see Job 5:10). “Who has […]

Flash floods in the desert

In the Israeli desert there are scrubby bushes that thrust their way up through the desert floor. They tenaciously hang on to life in the sun-beaten wilderness, like the Jewish people have done throughout history. Psalm 126 is birthed out of the heart of the Negev desert. The psalm draws spiritual and prophetic inspiration from […]

Hansel, Gretel and Cohen

A long time ago, in a German forest very far away, lived a brother, Hansel and a sister, Gretel. Their wicked stepmother decided that there was not enough food to go around, and so she forced her hen-pecked husband into abandoning the two children in the heart of a black forest. Hansel was quick on […]

Israel’s destiny – Two prophetic sons

Over 2,700 years ago Isaiah received an extremely strong prophetic word, “For this is what YHVH said to me according to the great power of His hand” (Isaiah 8:11). This multi-faceted message concerned the agony of defeat and the joy of victory. King Ahaz would refuse to trust in the God of Israel’s prophetic counsel […]

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