Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The Love Filter

September 7, 2014 by  
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Tweet It’s been my experience that most Christians approach Bible reading much the same, myself included. I was a fairly typical young minister—pastor’s kid all my life, teaching Sunday School way too early, graduating from Bible College, and jumping right into the fire of ministry. And I, like most, had a good understanding of Scripture more »

“My People Israel” Writing Contest Extended!

August 15, 2014 by  
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Tweet We are so moved by the entries we have received so far for this unique and timely writing contest that we wanted to give you some extra time to send in your submission.  With Israel in the daily news, our attention is constantly being drawn to the politics of the war.  One thing the more »

“My People Israel” Writing Contest

Tweet   We are so moved by the entries we have received so far for this unique and timely writing contest.  With Israel in the daily news, our attention is constantly being drawn to the politics of the war.  One thing the news often fails to communicate is the very personal impact of terrorism … more »

Divine Authority

March 10, 2014 by  
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Tweet In Numbers 17, we have the record of Aaron’s Rod that blossomed.  This is a story that we all know, mostly from Sunday School as a kid.  God was demonstrating who His chosen High Priest was, so He had each tribe bring a rod with their name carved in it.  These rods were then more »

Discontentment

Tweet The Seed of Bitterness “Korach son of Izhar, the son of Kohath, the son of Levi…” (Numbers 16:1) Our portion was about the rebellion of Korach, along with Dathan and Abiram, and 250 of the leaders of Israel again Moses and Aaron.  This rebellion didn’t start here in Numbers 16, but was rather the more »

Balaam, the Negotiator

March 3, 2014 by  
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Tweet Whenever we hear about Balaam from the Scripture, the usual punchline is:  “If God can use a donkey, He can use anybody!”  And though it’s certainly true that God has the ability to use any of us if He so chooses, I’m not sure this is actually the point being made in the Scripture. more »

The Bigger Picture

February 26, 2014 by  
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Tweet Our congregation at Biet Hallel Tucson recently studied a portion of Scripture from Numbers 32.  In this portion, the event of Reuben and Gad asking to inherit land on the east side of the Jordan River is discussed.  What was surprising was Moshe’s vehement response to this request: “But Moshe said to the people more »

Discipleship is Jewish!

January 28, 2013 by  
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Tweet January 2013 It’s a new year with many new things going on in Heart of God Israel!  As a man who LOVES to study and teach, I am honored to have the opportunity to share this first Monthly Messianic Messages teaching newsletter with you!  But, rather than taking a lot of your valuable time more »

The Covenant Series Part Nine

March 23, 2012 by  
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Tweet We are happy to announce that the next segment of The Covenant Series has been posted. A New Covenant Five hundred years ago, Luther arose proclaiming salvation is by faith alone, and he was right! But he declared that in the face of close to 1500 years of teaching that spoke to the contrary. more »

The Covenant Series Part 8

March 21, 2012 by  
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Tweet We are happy to announce that the next segment of The Covenant Series has been posted. David’s dynasty indeed was glorious. He put an end to Israel’s enemies, made plans for the building of God’s Temple and even gathered the material for that Temple. Everything was in place when Solomon ascended the throne to more »

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