Tag Archives: repentance

…he shall turn the heart … of the children to their fathers….

I love Malachi 4 and have written multiple times about this highly significant and prophetic chapter that is only now being fulfilled.  One phrase I have written about before is “…he shall turn the heart … of the children to … Continue reading

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Understanding boundaries…. Protocol part 1

Deu. 19:14 “You shall not move your neighbor’s boundary mark, which the ancestors have set, in your inheritance which you will inherit in the land that the Lord your God gives you to possess. Over the course of 25 year of … Continue reading

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I’m still here… an update.

My sincerest apologies for not having written more in the last couple weeks.  The combination of having a too full plate, work and travel as well as just plain ‘hitting a wall’ has had me on a bit of a … Continue reading

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Short daily devotionals for Elul, highly recommended.

The month of Elul and the first ten days of Tishri, as we approach Yom Kippur, are traditionally used for heart searching and repentance on a deeper level before we approach our King.  The BYNA Prayer Coordinators along with Elders … Continue reading

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Forty Days of Repentance, Reconciliation, and Restoration

This Fall is shaping up to be a doozy.  It is clear that we are not living in times that are ‘business as usual.’  Rather, the nations rage and they are wildly straining against the Lord’s Anointed.  Following is our … Continue reading

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The Gospel I never preached…

I spent more than 10 years in the pulpit and I am realizing I never really preached the Gospel.  Oh, I taught the death, burial and resurrection of the Messiah, but that is not the Gospel.  Surprised? Rom. 10:16 But they … Continue reading

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Is Yom Kippur for Christians?

Today is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.  Last evening and this morning, we have been reading Scripture, praying and confessing.  It is a day of humbling ourselves before the Lord.  But, is it a day for Christians?  Many, even … Continue reading

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“A Time For Waterfall Eyes” : A Response

Reed DePace, moderator and contributor to Lane Keister’s Green Baggins (Reformed Theology Blog), recently posted a short article titled A Time For Waterfall Eyes addressing the need for tears of repentance.  I have watched, waiting for comments, and after a … Continue reading

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Visited a Crime Scene, Today.

Today, we visited the scene of a crime.  It actually is one of the primary reasons I came to Israel.  Next week’s Congress is vitally important in the process of restoring the whole House of Israel, but today was a … Continue reading

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Today is a Day of Confession!

We leave in a few minutes for Dan, way in the north.  We’ll drive 3.5 hours each way to go see the replica of an altar to an idol.  I have been looking forward to and dreading this day all … Continue reading

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Psalm 51. Noticing the obvious. (A few thoughts.)

Some things are so obvious one wonders how they ever missed them!! I was reading and pondering some Psalms the other day when I came to Psalm 51, a popular Psalm of confession and contrition.  As I read it, I … Continue reading

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