Putting the Election into Perspective

This election was (and still is!) BIG in American history. Never in our lifetime were the positions so starkly contrasted. Never was it any more important to vote our values. Never has the church been so important. In fact, if you missed yesterday's post, be sure to check it out: Election Anxiety? This is a …

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Miraculous Joining of Jews and Gentiles by Faith in Messiah

We haven't touched on it in a while, but understanding the Jewish roots of our Christian faith is one of the most profound understandings we can come to. The reality is: without the Jewish Messiah, there would be no Christianity! A recent One for Israel devotional placed the focus squarely on that fact. Close out …

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Are Jews White?

Please know, that question does not infer racism in any way. It is a legitimate question, asked by Jews themselves. The reason it is asked is because there is a very distinct misunderstanding of who the Jewish people are, and more specifically, who God designed and created them to be! They are His chosen people, …

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Sukkot: What’s the Big Deal Anyway?

Tonight at sundown closes out the final major annual feast of Israel: Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles). I've written often about the feasts, explaining that Jesus the Messiah is the fulfillment of every single one of the seven feasts. (Here, for example) Sukkot is a time of rejoicing, and it correlates to the Millennial Kingdom, when …

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