Our Jewish Roots: Recognizing God’s Vehicle of World Redemption

Welcome back, friends!  Pull up a chair and settle in at the virtual study table.  This is Day 2 of a 3-day series in which we are considering how we as Christians should rightly relate to our Jewish roots.  If you missed yesterday’s discussion, take a glance at it.  (It is a short 60-second read, …

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Our Jewish Roots: Worshiping the Substance, not the Shadow

Greetings friends!  It’s been a while since we gathered around the virtual study table, so I invite you to grab your cup of coffee and pull up a chair!  We’re going to hang out at the table for the next three days, and I promise to make it very practical on day 3.  The Lord …

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Almond Blossoms Tell us Spring is on the Way!

Almond Blossoms Every year in Israel almond trees announce the coming of spring! Always the first to blossom, they put forth beautiful white leaves with pinkish centers, filling the landscape with the freshness of a new season! But did you know there is strong Biblical significance to the blossoming of the almond trees? For one, …

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Jonah: A Prophet Who Learned the Hard Way

Yes, I'm fascinated by the Old Testament prophets! While Isaiah, Ezekiel, Daniel and Jeremiah garner most of the headlines, God was just as faithful through other prophets. Yesterday, we focused on Habakkuk, a faithful prophet when not everything seemed perfect. Today, consider Jonah. You likely know the story, so here's my point today: God's grace …

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