Blow the Shofar Says The Lord

Date 17th May 2020 I am only posting this now as it seems like the right time in my spirit. The below long prophetic word was sent to my wife and I and thousands of others around the world. It is from a Messianic Jew Kathleen Mitchell. We read it separately during our prayer times, …

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My Brother Martin’s Testimony

I want to share my brother’s testimony as it hopefully will help some Christians who have a disabled son or daughter. My brother Martin was born in January 1972 in Bristol, UK after my family had emigrated back to the UK from Australia in 1971. On returning to the UK my mother found out that …

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Sickness versus Disease in the Bible

In the bible the words sickness and disease are sometimes translated either one or the other based upon context. However, in the English translation they could have used either and in some cases in one translation it is sickness and the other disease. Ultimately sickness or disease is not good and God does not want …

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Isaiah 53 and Physical Healing

Is physical healing included in the atonement of Jesus and is it for us all now? Isaiah 53:1-12 NKJV 1  Who has believed our report? And to whom has the arm of the LORD been revealed? 2  For He shall grow up before Him as a tender plant, And as a root out of dry …

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Why Are Passover And Easter Celebrated At Different Times?

By ONE FOR ISRAEL (Messianic Jews In Israel) Sometimes, the celebrations of Passover and Easter coincide, but sometimes they can be weeks apart. Why is this? If Yeshua died at Passover, why does the Christian church mark his death and resurrection at a different time? How did they get separated? How the Passover date is set The …

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How to Study the Bible in 3 Steps

Step 1: Observation—What does the passage say? Step 2: Interpretation—What does the passage mean? Step 3: Application—What am I going to do about what the passage says and means? There is more to studying and reading the bible but the below steps are foundational. The following will become second nature after practicing for a while …

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The Term Man in the NT

I was studying my bible this morning and looked up what man meant in the Vines because of Son of Man description of Jesus. As you can see below in Greek the term man is generally used to denote a human being either male or female. I know a number of women feel left out …

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Is God Responsible for Covid-19 to Judge the World?

We need to think and act with New Covenant mindset and not an Old Covenant one. Jesus died for the whole world. That is just one of the amazing truths that we need to fully understand. In Matthew 24:7 Jesus states "For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, …

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17 Points on How to Better Understand and Study the Bible

1. Take everything in the Bible literally unless this could not possibly be the meaning. When the language is used in a figurative sense get the literal truth conveyed by it. 2. Give the same literal meanings to words, and apply to the Bible the same rules of grammar, figures of speech, types, symbols, allegories, …

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Why a Biblical Positive Confession Matters

Words have power. They can hurt and they can bless. But the power of words reaches much further than the impact they make on our emotions. Our words have supernatural power—power that changes circumstances and shapes destinies. In fact, it is our unique ability to choose and speak words that distinguishes man from the rest …

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