The Resurrection Of Mashiach In Judaism Pt 1

While we’ve been focusing on learning all we can about Mashiach, the Jewish Messiah, we’ve seen how the rabbinical views about Messiah have changed over the centuries. We know that the predominant understanding of Messiah was that He’d come to suffer and atone for His people, but by the time Jesus arrived, that view had ...Read More

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An Apology That Works

‘If you have sinned, you should tell each other what you have done. Then you can pray for one another and be healed.’ James 5:16 CEV A genuine apology can help heal and restore a strained or broken relationship. But as Dr Gary Chapman tells us, it doesn’t end there. Observe these: (1) Saying ‘I’m sorry’ isn’t ...Read More

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Today’s Readings

Jeremiah 31–32 26 So, if they say to you, ‘Look, he is in the wilderness,’ do not go out. If they say, ‘Look, he is in the inner rooms,’ do not believe it. 27 For as the lightning comes from the east and shines as far as the west, so will be the coming of the Son ...Read More

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Decide to Love

‘You must love.’ Matthew 22:37 NLT When a lawyer asked Jesus what the greatest commandment was, He replied that he must love God, before adding others, and himself (see Matthew 22:37–39). Notice that Jesus said, ‘You must love.’ This explains the true nature and behaviour of love. If love can be commanded, then it can’t be only emotional. Genuine ...Read More

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