What can we learn from these 2 accounts of spiritual adultery? How can we keep from committing spiritual adultery ourselves? This is important because one of the names of God, which describes his character, is “Jealous.” He is Almighty God and doesn’t like having second place. After all the amazing victories God gave to Gideon. the fifth judge of Israel Continue reading Spiritual adultery against a jealous God
Unless you’re a hermit, living alone without any human contact, living off the grid except for this internet connection, and living off the land by hunting and farming, you need to communicate with other people. Communication is fragile and precious, it should be treated with care and respect. The following phrases will damage it, so avoid them as much as Continue reading Stop saying these 4 phrases because communication is fragile
I often raise my hands during worship. Most of the time it’s just me and God. The musicians and crowd seem to fade away and disappear. And if I think of them at all, I want to let people know I’m with Jesus. What about you? Do you raise your hands during worship? Please write me why/not or join the Continue reading Do you raise hands during worship?
Christianity and Judaism are eternally bonded through the Messiah who is the root and offspring of King David. He is both creator Lord God of David and the promised Messiah who will rule and reign forever. This is vitally important to understanding the Bible because all of the Old Testament (Moses, History, Poetry, and Prophets) looked forward to Jesus Christ Continue reading Jesus Christ is the Messiah
“Knocking on the door” is a nearly universal request for entrance. The verb “to knock” is an active action, not a passive position, like waiting around for you to come outside. The verb “to knock” is a respectful request, not a fearful force, like breaking down the door and barging in. This request for entrance into the center of your Continue reading Jesus Christ is knocking at your door, will you answer?
Jesus Christ reveals himself to Moses as El Shaddai and Jehovah Jesus Christ had revealed himself as God Almighty (El Shaddai) the promise maker who appeared unto Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Now he is made manifest to the children of Israel as Jehovah, Yahweh, the great I AM, the promise keeper. And God spoke unto Moses, and said unto him: Continue reading Jesus Christ is El Shaddai and Jehovah
God used a physical rock to teach a spiritual reality God used physical rocks in the wilderness to reveal the spiritual reality of his Godhead to the children of Israel. If we had walked in their shoes, we would have been just as guilty of craving evil things and worshipping idols as they did. But we have the advantage of Continue reading Jesus Christ is the Rock of Israel
Here are 101 verses that prove Jesus Christ is the Passover Lamb of God. This message has been consistently preached throughout the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation. It was preached by God to Adam, by Moses to Israel, by the prophets to the nation, and by the apostles to the world. Jesus Christ was manifested in the flesh to Continue reading Jesus Christ is the Passover Lamb of God sacrificed for the sin of the world
Jesus Christ is the redeemer of Israel. Moses and the prophets spoke of him before the gospels and the apostles revealed him. He purchased our salvation with his death on the cross. Then he redeemed every tribe and language and people and nation by his resurrection. Job recognized his redeemer during awful tribulation For I know that my redeemer liveth, and Continue reading Jesus Christ is the redeemer
My heart’s desire and prayer to God for every Jew is to obtain salvation, which is freely offered by the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. I am drawn to the Jewish people in unbreakable bonds of love and friendship because I trace my faith back through the Tanakh to the Torah and the creator of the universe. I know the Continue reading Three important New Testament passages for every Jew to read