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Most of what you will see here are digital articles that were originally published in our quarterly magazine, Israel’s Messenger. There are also additional posts relating to theology, current events, and sharing your faith with a Jewish person.

The Vision of Daniel 2

The Vision of Daniel 2

By Ken Symes | Daniel is a book of prophecy that in the Jewish order of the Bible, the Tenach, is grouped with the history books and not the prophetic books. If we are to understand it, as well as its significance today, two questions must be asked and answered. The...

The New Covenant and the Church

The New Covenant and the Church

by Dan Bergman | “It’s a Jewish thing.” This was printed on Frank’s shirt below a Star of David with a cross in the center. Frank garnered lots of attention (both good and bad) from his Jewish neighbors, which was his intent. He was trying to communicate a radical...

The New Covenant and Israel

The New Covenant and Israel

by Ken Symes | The primary passage promising the New Covenant is Jeremiah 31:31-34. 31. Behold, the days come, saith the LORD, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Judah: 32. Not according to the covenant that I made with...

The Inerrancy of the Bible

The Inerrancy of the Bible

By Ken Overby |  Since God is the highest authority, then the Word of God is its own authority. "For when God made promise to Abraham, because he could swear by no greater, he sware by himself." 1 David penned, "thou hast magnified thy word above all thy name." 2 Some...

Glorification

Glorification

By Dan Bergman It had been a long time since God Himself breathed into his nostrils - 935 years to be exact. He had gotten old, weak, and sickly. The depravity of his own nature had taken a great toll, and was about to deal its final blow. He had seen the effects of...

Sanctification

Sanctification

By Ken Overby Salvation’s ongoing work of sanctification is the subject of chapter six through chapter eight verse sixteen of Romans. As believers in Jesus, we understand that salvation is “not of works.”1 Salvation is not only to be appreciated in the past or to be...

Justification

Justification

By Ken SymesThe Bible teaches that salvation for the believer is past, present and future. In the Bible, salvation past is embodied in the doctrine of justification. Of the 29 uses of this term and its derivatives in Paul’s writings, 25 are used in two of his...

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