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Like The First Passover

"The people of Israel are confined to their homes, waiting for the plague to pass… reminiscent of the very first Passover three and a half thousand years ago."

New Alternative Rock Album From Local Messianic Believer

Can an Israeli Messianic believer have a voice in today’s world of independent rock music? Adam Lee Rosenfeld, a father of eight living in Jerusalem, believes so.

Messianic moshav, Yad HaShmona, arranges balcony worship during coronavirus crisis

In the video uploaded to YouTube, a worship team sings from a highly situated balcony in Yad HaShmona with microphones and loudspeakers. Neighbors from around the moshav joined them from their balconies with about 30 more connected through the "Zoom" app.

Christian Arab church teams up with Jewish city for Passover outreach

For many years now, Home of Jesus the King Church in Nazareth has used the Passover holiday as a way of demonstrating the love of Jesus in action, distributing food packages to the needy for the feast. 

The Spiritual Root of the Coronavirus

David writes, "I believe the answer has a spiritual root or cause. It is because mankind has erased the line between us and the animals established by God in Scripture..."

Be pro-active!

Lilian writes, "My approach to life is “Be pro-active!” as much as you can. During the "Days of Corona" I would humbly suggest to think about 2 things: What if? What after?"

Passover and deliverance, a very real modern escape back to Israel during world lockdown

Miriam writes, "I still did not grasp as many did not, the magnitude of what really was going on. I was going to do my tour and that was the end of the story as far as I was concerned. I began to have a rude awakening. Yet God gave me such grace."

Patience in the Process

Liat writes, "For many of us our life has been placed on a temporary hold. With the COVID 19 virus sweeping across the world it’s seem to put a freeze on life as we know it. Unable to go to work, school or congregation. Many of us stuck inside our homes left wondering ‘when will life return to normal?’"


Elhanan writes, "And that obedience would be a sign not only for that generation, but of that which was to come at a future Passover. In Jerusalem, at the fullness of time, the Lamb of YHVH would be crucified..."

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Be’ad Chaim reaching out to those in crisis pregnancies despite the...

We are grateful that the coronavirus will no doubt save lives from abortion. We also realize that women are in need of help and encouragement in their difficult predicaments. To meet the needs of women in crisis pregnancy, we are increasing our social media to let them know that we are offering practical and emotional help.

A letter of repentance

Carolyn writes, "I’m so grateful for their help in bringing me to this place of repentance and I pray that many more followers of Yeshua will also discover and embrace the Hebrew roots of Yeshua."

2 lessons from Gideon and his army

"We all experience fear, but it’s how we respond to it that counts. Courage looks fear in the eye and refuses to obey its demands."

The Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah): Much more than a dress rehearsal

Sandra writes, "The Levitical feasts, however, are packed with significance in and of themselves, notwithstanding their future (or past) fulfillments."

Where are the dinosaurs?

The Genesis account is the only of the ancient creation stories to comply with modern cosmology, and the scientific understanding of the...

Should Christians study rabbinic literature?

Tuvia writes, "What did Jesus do with extra-biblical rabbinical teachings? Yes, he spoke against some of them. Other traditions he kept."

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