The Messianic Mission

by J.K. McKee Why are any of us involved in today’s Messianic movement? The answers that we might provide to this question are likely varied, and they each involve a number of distinct life circumstances and encounters. Hopefully the main answer that each of us would have to this question is: God wants us here. If you are … Continue reading The Messianic Mission

To The Jew First – The New Covenant is for Israel – Dr. Todd Baker Zola Levitt Ministries Staff Theologian

She eagerly accepted a copy of the Hebrew Bible with the New Testament, and also some Messianic Gospel tracts that explain how a Jewish person can accept Yeshua as the Jewish Messiah and still be a Jew. There’s no “conversion” involved. Jews can—and should—trust that Yeshua is the Messiah. On the latest To The Jew First (TJF) Gospel outreach in Israel, team member August … Continue reading To The Jew First – The New Covenant is for Israel – Dr. Todd Baker Zola Levitt Ministries Staff Theologian

They Saw God – Torah Commentary – Mishpatim – “Judgments” – January 24, 2014

Torah Commentary Mishpatim "Judgments" Exodus 21:1-24:18 Jeremiah 34:8-22; 33:25-26 Matthew 5:38-42;Acts 23:1-11 Hebrews 9:15-22; 10:28-39 They Saw God Waters parting, pillars of fire, water from rocks and food from the heavens.  It doesn't seem that it could get any better than this!  Try to imagine just one more time what it must have been like to … Continue reading They Saw God – Torah Commentary – Mishpatim – “Judgments” – January 24, 2014

“CHRISTUS VICTOR” – by Gary Wilkerson – David Wilkerson Today – A Ministry of World Challenge

“CHRISTUS VICTOR” by Gary Wilkerson “Christus Victor” is the Latin phrase the early church fathers used to describe Jesus and His atonement. Roughly translated, it means, “Our victory is not in ourselves, but in Christ.” If we defeat an enemy when the odds are fifty-fifty, we are tempted to think, “I won the battle.” But … Continue reading “CHRISTUS VICTOR” – by Gary Wilkerson – David Wilkerson Today – A Ministry of World Challenge

Torah Commentary – Bo “Come” – Words Are Not Enough – January 18, 2013

Torah Commentary Bo "Come" Exodus 10:1-13:16 Jeremiah 46:13-28 John 19:13-37 Acts 13:16-17 Revelation 8:6-9:12; 16:1-21 Words Are Not Enough Pharaoh is a very interesting character in scripture. He is the epitome of how callous and hardhearted man can be. For years I have heard many people say, "If only God would do a miracle in … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Bo “Come” – Words Are Not Enough – January 18, 2013

Bo (Go) – “A Perpetual Feast Forever” – January 18, 2013

Bo (Go) Exodus 10:1-13:16 Jeremiah 46:13-28 " A Perpetual Feast Forever" This week’s Torah portion, Bo, very much summarizes the major theme of the Book of Exodus. We witness not only the final plagues dispensed upon Egypt (Exodus 10:1-11:10), but we see the institution of the Passover as a memorial meal (Exodus 12:1-32, 42-51) to … Continue reading Bo (Go) – “A Perpetual Feast Forever” – January 18, 2013

V’eira (I appeared) – “Proclaim His Power and Might”

V'eira (I appeared) Exodus 6:2-9:35 Ezekiel 28:25-29:21 "Proclaim His Power and Might" Our Torah portion for this week begins with us seeing the Lord summarize His covenant faithfulness with His people, as He prepares to act in delivering them from Egypt: “God spoke further to Moses and said to him, ‘I am the Lord; and … Continue reading V’eira (I appeared) – “Proclaim His Power and Might”

Torah Commentary – Va’era “And I appeared” – Shadows of Yesterday, Substance of Today

Torah Commentary Va'era "And I appeared" Exodus 6:2-9:35 Ezekiel 28:25-29:21 Romans 9:14-17 2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1Shadows of Yesterday, Substance of Today Egypt was the greatest and most awesome nation that had ever existed. They had wealth, power, and military stature. No country would have dared to come against the might of Egypt in the days of … Continue reading Torah Commentary – Va’era “And I appeared” – Shadows of Yesterday, Substance of Today

“Vowed to the Land” – V’yechi (He lived)

V'yechi (He lived) Genesis 47:28-50:26 1 Kings 2:1-12 "Vowed to the Land" While reading through V’yechi this week, the following words delivered by the Patriarch Jacob really stuck out at me: “Then Jacob said to Joseph, ‘God Almighty appeared to me at Luz in the land of Canaan and blessed me, and He said to … Continue reading “Vowed to the Land” – V’yechi (He lived)

FORGIVING LOVE

FORGIVING LOVE by David Wilkerson [May 19, 1931 - April 27, 2011] The Old Testament story of Joseph and his brothers holds a potent message for New Testament Christians. Joseph is a type of Christ and his brothers are a type of God's chosen people on earth. (Remember, God promised Jacob in Genesis 35:11: "Kings … Continue reading FORGIVING LOVE