A look at how a religious system of laws and beliefs have prevented Jewish People from opening their hearts and minds to Messiah.
For 2,000 years, Christians have pointed to Bethlehem in Micah 5:2 as the birthplace of the Messiah. But does Micah really predict this?
When will the Bible be ready? Marty Verk, General Editor, gives us a glimpse into the scope and timeline of our work.
Just as God freed the Hebrews from slavery as promised, He expected His people to free their servants as they promised. But they didn’t.
Today is an exciting New Year’s Day in Judaism: Tu B’Shvat (15th of Shevat), also known as Rosh HaShanah La’Ilanot (New Year for Trees).Today, Traditionally, Tu B’Shvat has come to symbolize and celebrate the spiritual and physical connection to God as well as to the Land of Israel.
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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