Posts filed under ‘Judaism’

Israel to Re-Open Temple Mount Site

Things are not going to calm down in the Middle East, Israel, or Jerusalem. If anything, they will worsen, until at some point Daniel 9:27 will be fulfilled. Note the first part of that verse tells us that a covenant will be brokered between Israel and surrounding Arab nations and the “he” in that verse (Antichrist). Antichrist will have great interest in gaining peace for that area of the world for one “week” or seven years, so that Israel can undertake the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple. Antichrist needs that temple to be rebuilt so that at the midway point of three and a half years, he can defile it. Once he declares himself God, it is then that persecution breaks out onto the world such as has never been seen before nor will again (cf. Matthew 24).

Continue Reading October 31, 2014 at 7:47 AM 1 comment

Globalists Push Socialism While Distracting Us with Issues

Have you heard this one? “Jews run the world” and by “Jews,” people normally mean “Israel.” For these anti-Semites, “Jews” and “Israel” are synonymous. One reader, after reading through two articles on this site, simply stated, “We are slaves to Israel.” I’m sure she believes it. In fact, not long ago, I wrote a book about the method used by Anti-Zionists to foist blame for all the world’s ills onto Israel. That book – Anti-Zionism’s Vitriolic Allegations – clearly delineates the caustic untruths and claims used by those opposed to Israel’s statehood.

Continue Reading October 5, 2014 at 6:34 PM Leave a comment

Message of Joel Chapter Three

Today’s Israel has but a small part of all the Land that God set aside for them. Even now, Arab nations (along with the UN and politicians in America and elsewhere) want Israel to give up even more of her Land to make way for a Palestinian State. God will have none of that. It is His Land and He gave it to Israel. He will fulfill His promises to Israel by making sure they enjoy all of their Land at some point in the future.

Continue Reading September 4, 2014 at 11:17 AM 4 comments

Did Jesus Speak Hebrew? Pope Says No – Bibi Says Yes

The Torah was written originally in Hebrew (with some small sections being originally written in Aramaic. For Jewish individuals and especially males, Hebrew was the language of choice. In fact, the numerous times Jesus read Scripture while at synagogue or in the Temple, He would have done so in Hebrew. We’ll provide specifics in a moment, but it is important to note that with the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, it becomes at once clear that many manuscripts that Jesus would have studied, learned, and even memorized were written in Hebrew. “The scrolls demonstrate that Hebrew was being used in the time of Jesus, and had not been completely eclipsed by Aramaic.”[3]

Continue Reading June 2, 2014 at 9:28 PM 1 comment

Daniel’s 70 Weeks is NOT 70 Years!

It is the same thing here in Daniel 9. Gabriel is really giving a bit of a play on words. In essence, as Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum points out (“Footsteps of the Messiah”), Gabriel is essentially saying, “Daniel, it’s not 70 years, but 70 SEVENS of years.”

Continue Reading May 9, 2014 at 7:58 AM

Should Jewishness of Jesus Be Ignored by Gentile Christians Today?

If someone starts telling you that in order to be a better Christian, you must begin adding Mosaic Laws, Feasts, and Festivals to your life or you must learn Hebrew or immerse yourself in Jewish culture, they are 100% wrong! However, if you decide to learn Hebrew, more about the Menorah, the Tabernacle, the Jewish Feasts, or something else related to Judaism because you are interested and you want to know these things because Jesus Himself was immersed in them, there is nothing wrong with that!

Continue Reading April 19, 2014 at 11:01 AM 5 comments

Resurrection Sunday is Actually First Fruits According to Jewish Calendar NOT Easter

Because Jesus does not have to deal with anything sinful in His own life, He is free to serve us, those who follow Him. We are told in Hebrews 4:16, that we are to “…draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”

As authors Klein and Spears point out, Christians today don’t have an accurate understanding of that passage. We somehow think that because the veil has been torn from the top to the bottom, we can simply run into the Holy of Holies without a care in the world. Isn’t that what the word “boldly” means? No.

Continue Reading April 18, 2014 at 10:00 AM 6 comments

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