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Biblical Teachings

Asher Intrater May 20, 2019

David’s greater son – A Jewish perspective on the dual nature of the Messiah

Asher writes, "So God first gave a basic kingdom government to David. Then through Isaiah, God prophesied additional, spiritual dimensions for that kingdom and its king; David’s greater son."

Ron Cantor May 19, 2019

The most hated people on earth

Ron writes, "Who are the most hated people on earth? The Christians? The Jews? White Anglo Saxon men? The truth is that the most hated people on the face of ...

Moran Rosenblit May 18, 2019

Slaves to righteousness

Moran writes, "Is there an area of sin in your life from which you feel you cannot be set free? Remember, you are a new creation in Messiah!"

Moran Rosenblit May 18, 2019

Cleanse the unclean

Moran writes, "As I was reading this week’s Parasha (Scripture portion), two specific instances caught my attention because they connect to Messiah’s ministry of cleansing while He was on the ...

Hannah Weiss May 18, 2019

Reflections of redemption in Nisan – Conclusion

Hannah writes, "God’s Heavenly bread was reserved strictly for the Redeemed of Israel who acknowledged His Sacrifice through its earthly representation. But He wanted to include not only those who ...

Eric Tokajer May 18, 2019

Reaching out to G-D in moments of weakness or fear

Eric writes, "It isn’t a lack of faith when we reach out to G-D in moments of weakness or fear. It is actually a proclamation of our faith."

Eitan Shishkoff May 15, 2019

Gentile kings and Jewish prophets

Eitan writes, "I am convinced that this partnership is an essential facet of God’s blueprint for world redemption. We are walking it out by divine design, causing divine delight."

One For Israel Staff May 14, 2019

The perfect antidote to bitterness

"Like a gas leak, bitterness can be barely discernible at first – perhaps there’s the slight whiff of something not quite right – but if you’re not wide awake and ...

Howard Bass May 13, 2019

Gen 4: Crime and punishment, with redemptive hope

Howard writes, "We may not realize that sin is a crime against God. Sin is lawlessness; that is, it does not accept or live by any law that governs society, ...

Moran Rosenblit May 11, 2019

Cleanse the unclean

Moran writes, "As I was reading this week’s Parasha (Scripture portion), two specific instances caught my attention because they connect to Messiah’s ministry of cleansing while He was on the ...