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April 23, 2012

What is Messianic Judaism? – Messianic Judaism is a movement comprised of Jewish people who believe that Yeshua (Jesus, in Hebrew) is the Messiah of Israel, the Savior of the world and the most Jewish of Jews. He was a descendant of both Abraham and King David, was reared…

Jewish Roots in Christianity – Edit Schaeffer, wife of the late Francis Schaeffer, wrote a book with the title, Christianity is Jewish, Her point is that Christianity, no matter how un-Jewish some of its current forms of expression may be, has its roots in Judaism and in …

Before the Throne of Grace – Donna and I would like to request that you remember these precious ones in prayer before the Throne of Grace. The Lord wants us to come boldly with pure and humble hearts bringing our requests to Him. When we join in prayer together…

Messiah In The Passover  –  Many of the parishioners at Calvary Baptist Church had never witnessed a traditional Passover Seder.  Like most Christians in America they perhaps considered the Passover Seder to be one of those ceremonial Jewish traditions that no longer bound the believer in …

Feast of Hanukkah – Hanukkah is Hebrew for”dedication”; also called “The Feast of Lights”.  Unlike the seven major Feasts which God commanded the Jews to observe annually (Leviticus 23), Hanukkah is not found in the Old Testament.   The reason is that …

Israel – Whose Land Is It? – Two peoples claim the same land in the Middle East. The competing claims of the Jewish people and the Arab and Islamic peoples have led to a series of wars. Disagreements over the land may lead to further wars, and possibly involve other nations. Israel is a focal point of world tension that threatens the …

7 Feasts and the Birth of a Baby – The now deceased Zola Levitt made an amazing discovery when he was teaching others of the Messiah. How do these seven feasts connect to the the birth of a human child?

Religion and Politics – You may have heard it said,  “There are two things that you shouldn’t talk about in polite company –  religion and politics”! Well, Proverbs talks about religion and politics, and  the two are very much connected. Religion, or lack of religion, affects  politics (politics being the way a community or nation organizes itself and  uses its resources).

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