Monthly Archives: September 2009

Quote of the Day

[F]or the most part the Messianic community in Israel is made of upstanding citizens (most of whom were born Jewish) who go into the army (unlike most of their haredi antagonists), pay their taxes, vote, are peaceful, and lead a … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“Messianic Judaism will always provide its own distinctive interpretation of Judaism, centered in the teaching, example, and redemptive work of Messiah Yeshua. In this way it seeks to renew, develop, and contextually reapply the rabbinic Judaism that is the common … Continue reading

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Awesome Days

We are currently in the Yomim Nora’im – the 10 days between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur – known as the Days of Awe. During these 10 days, we are focused on Teshuva (Repentance) and preparation for Yom Kippur. Special … Continue reading

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As a follow up to our prior discussion on Jewish liturgy, here’s a voice from the church pews: If church leaders try to establish a style of worship based upon their preferences or based upon satisfying congregants’ competing preferences, then … Continue reading

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Only the Lord himself can send the Ruach, of course, and that’s where Pentecostal-Charismatic movements often go astray, by trying to institutionalize or package what only God can do. But this is no worse than the other extreme of creating … Continue reading

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Vayelech

Parshat Vayelech from G-dcast.comMore Torah cartoons at www.g-dcast.com

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