In Parasha Re’eh, God offers two paths: blessings and curses. Which one are you walking on?
Today, the family of Believers in Yeshua (Jesus) is characterized by divisions between denominations and movements. Not so within the assembly of the first Believers in Yeshua in Israel. The Book of Acts reveals that the original Believers were in total unity as they worshiped at the Jewish Temple, praying together and sharing in common what they had (Acts 1:14; 2:44).
Discover how God’s plan of salvation was revealed throughout Scripture as The Rock!
Although many Messianic prophecies are referred to by Yeshua (Jesus) and the apostles, today the Jewish People have almost no knowledge of them. Why not?
Tonight, as the sun sets and the holy day of Tisha B’Av (the 9th of the Hebrew month of Av) begins, the Jewish People will commemorate the greatest tragedy in Jewish history—the destruction of the First and Second Temples. Religious Jews will gather together to mourn the destruction of the Temples and to read the Book of Lamentations aloud in synagogues around the world, as well as at the Kotel (Wailing Wall).
The Suffering and Exaltation of the Messiah
Israel’s Redeemer and a Light to the Nations
The Servant’s Obedience
The Rejected Cornerstone
Delivered Out of the Jaws of Death
Risen from the Grave
Exalted to God’s Right Hand
A Promised Ruler From Bethlehem
The Sign of Immanuel
To Us a Child Is Born
God’s Anointed Ruler and Son
The Branch From Jesse
The Seventy “Sevens”
The Divine Visitation to the Temple
The World Ruler from the Tribe of the Lion of Judah
The Coming of Zion’s King
Mourning for the One They Pierced
The Exalted Son of Man
The New Covenant
The Servant’s Mission and Calling
Born of the seed of woman
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