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Does Bethlehem belong to Ephraim?

I have recently begun reading a small book titled Joseph is Alive by B. Michael Blaine.  Published in 1995, I am very surprised that I had not heard of it until Dorothy Wilson mentioned it on a recent visit. As … Continue reading

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Why Christendom MUST rethink evangelizing Jews.

Have you ever wondered why God divided Israel?  By that I mean, what was His purpose?  And, what does that purpose have to do with the respective roles of Judah and Ephraim?  Further, how does this relate to evangelizing/missionizing?  All … Continue reading

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Absalom, the anti-messiah and the Valley of Elah.

Biblical history IS prophecy.  I used to believe that some of Biblical history is prophetic, but the more I read and study ‘historical’ passages, the more I recognize prophetic pictures confirmed by other passages.  As examples, we have explored Joseph … Continue reading

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7 Scriptural Proofs For Two House (Theology), following up on Zac Bauer

One of the large theological stumbling blocks in Hebrew roots and Messianic circles today is a doctrinal position termed ‘Two House theology.’  It is a topic I have covered on this blog before, but recent conversation has led me to … Continue reading

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Is Ezekiel 37 Being Fulfilled Right Before Our Eyes?

About a week ago, I introduced Commonwealth of Yisrael to you.  Following is an article about the project with many comments by co-founder, Kellen Davison.  As a matter of full disclosure and to help my readers put pieces together there … Continue reading

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The Good Samaritan: Another Perspective

Once in a while I will be reading Scripture and suddenly a whole new picture will spring from the page and I will have a paradigm shift in perspective.  Remez is a particular favorite shift where one story tells another … Continue reading

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Updates on Progress with B’ney Yosef

Much is happening across North America with B’ney Yosef and initiatives that spilled out of the First B’ney Yosef National Congress that took place in May 2015 in Ariel, Israel.  Friend and fellow laborer, Al McCarn, has written an interesting … Continue reading

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Thy Kingdom come…

Early this morning I was greeted by this email from Ephraim and Rimona Frank, of Israel.  Parts of it really resonated with me and I immediately wanted to share it, but I had to head to work. Ephraim makes (or … Continue reading

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‘…gather together his elect…’

While reading this week’s Torah portion again this morning, a little word caught my eye!!  The revelation, however, was not so little! Yeshua, speaking of the latter days, in Matthew 24, says, 29 “But immediately after the tribulation of those days … Continue reading

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“The Angel who redeemed me….”

Currently, I am juggling three books, two of which are Stephen Spykerman’s Christians and Jews; The Two Faces of Israel and Asher Intrater’s Who Ate Lunch With Abraham?.  Judging from the high ratings on Amazon, I am not the only … Continue reading

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Two Types of Watchmen…

Currently, I am reading Christians & Jews, The Two Faces of Israel, by Stephen J. Spykerman.  A broader review of this book will be forthcoming, however, I wanted to share a little nugget from pages 25-28. Spykerman points out that … Continue reading

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I Believe!!

Had a great evening attending an area Baptist church where the pastor was reporting on his recent trip to Israel.  Very exciting to hear of the many doors opened to minister directly to soldiers of the IDF during the recent … Continue reading

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A Common Error In Christianity and Judaism (Pt 2)

Jacob was in a bind!!  He was returning to the land and his brother, an enemy that desired his inheritance and blessing, was waiting for him.  What to do? Jacob decided to divide all he had -the people, the flocks … Continue reading

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The Speeder. A Short Story.

Joseph should have seen it coming.  In fact, his surprise at the heavy penalty levied by the Judge only served to anger the Judge. The judge had not issued a warning, or a fine.  No, this was far worse.  He … Continue reading

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Genetic Memory? The Monarch Butterfly and You!

While reading Batya Wootten’s Who Is Israel? recently, I came across an interesting phenomenon.  (Thoughts on the book later.) Wootten uses the Monarch butterfly to illustrate a possible reason why so many today are turning to Judah and embracing the … Continue reading

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