Jeshua asks his followers to repent and offered himself as a ransom to liberate us from the curse of death. 14 Nisan may than be the opening of Hag ha-Herut or The Holiday of Freedom.
There are people who find occupation is the sheer existence of Israel and her people. The many actions we see Israel undertaking now may indicate that lots of people in Israel either do not know or do not want to know about God His Plan and His Way of doing things or (worse) do not currently know Him.
In this 100th post on Jeshuaists we look at the 11th - 16th century barbarism by the Roman Catholic church and the 21st century where we can see a dramatic increase of wars and rumors of wars, just as Jesus predicted as well as large conflicts, such as Ezekiel’s war of Gog or the Psalm 83 war and the Great War we shall soon have to face.
During the years of Nazism several Jewish children found themselves placed by goyim and several of them got a Catholic education and formation. Years later several of them, their children and/or grandchildren wanted to find their Jewish identity again, others lost faith in God and religion, whilst others went looking for Scriptural Truth. Her we want to offer a place for those searching for Biblical Truth and the possibility to be a Jew as well as a Christian, being part of the People of Israel and a member of the Body of Christ.
Today in our regions we can see the amount of terror to Jewish people is increasing. West Europe can see that there are still many individuals like Haman the Agagite, who made it their objective to remove the Jewish people from this world. Our ancestors in the previous century have felt it first hand. Many… Lees verder Beginning of weeks for the Feasts of deliverance
Today people may think Judaism provides no atonement for sins, though the Most High has sent a man who offered himself as a Lamb for God and by giving his life for others he paid the ransom for salvation. The only thing is people have to come to accept him and to believe in this mediator between God and man.
Looking at the results of two surveys (one from 2013 and one from 2017) which mainly looked at one group of "Messianic Jews" instead of looking at all sorts of millennial Jews.