Shalom! This is the second session of a five-part series we did on HRN last year called, Restoration of All Things. This installment focuses on the question asked of Y'shua before His ascension - "Will you at this time restore the kingdom unto Israel?" I hope you will enjoy. Approximately 55 minutes.
Archive for month: April, 2013
There is an interesting story today concerning the US Army ordering soldiers to turn in their scopes so that Scriptural references etched into the serial numbers could be scraped off. The references in question are John 8:12 and 2 Corinthians 4:6. Here are the "offensive" verses.
Shalom! This is the first session of a five-part series we did on HRN last year called, Restoration of All Things. This seeks to establish just what is meant by the term when Peter refers to it in Acts 3. I hope you will enjoy. Approximately 55 minutes.
Shalom everyone; Here's a thought from the "What Its Worth" Dept. As you know, last Monday, April 15, three people were killed and dozens more severely wounded by two homemade bombs allegedly set by two Chechen, supposedly Muslim, brothers. For a few days, the city of Boston was essentially shut down as authorities looked for these terrorists. There are a lot of questions to be answered about this event including was this an organized strike or just a couple of kids taking matters into their own hands. Truth be told, we may never know the real story. This post is not intended to prompt all the different conspiracy theories that already surround this case. What I do wish to comment on is the timing, specifically April 15 - to do that, let me go back a few years.
Shalom! This is an edited version of an program I did with Perry Stone, Joe Van Koevering and Donald Perkins. It has been edited somewhat to focus simply on the discussion. Hope you enjoy. Approximately 70 minutes.
Where is Your Focus?
Shalom to all. In my last communication, as you may recall, my topic addressed being a servant as opposed to being a survivor. I asked the question, “Which are you?” As I tried to make clear, I was and continue to be concerned about the way some are choosing to respond to all the troubling news facing us in these last days. It seemed to me that, for awhile, there were almost daily prognostications about the future that, intentionally or unintentionally, provoked some hasty conclusions about if we need to flee, where we need run or move to, etc. All this chatter and some of the reactions to it, in my opinion, had the potential to tamper with our focus and undermine our mission as a light to the nations. For instance, I received a letter asking me where I was going to flee to on March 23rd. When I inquired as to why I should be prepared to flee on that day, the answer was, “Because that is when the abomination of desolation is to occur!” As it turned out, that didn’t happen. This kind of reaction to what was merely a possibility (and there were many more like it) troubled me and this is why I wrote the article.
Shalom! This is the interview I had with Rabbi Jonathan Cahn back in early March. In this one hour interview we discussed how the book, The Harbinger, came to be. More than that, however, we discussed things that have transpired since the book and since his address at the Inaugural Prayer Breakfast. Approximately 55 minutes.
As many of you know, the Supreme Court has taken up the argument as to whether or not, homosexual/lesbian marriages are legal and whether these unions have a constitutionally guaranteed right to be recognized by federal and, presumably, state laws as being equivalent to marriages between a man and a woman. The ramifications of the decision they will make are huge as it relates to what happens next in our country. Whether or not the can gets kicked down the street for another day, it would seem the country's trend is to "coexist" with this mindset.