Ahavah

Ahavah

Word of the Week Ahavah   Hebrew In Hebrew, the word we translate love is a•ha•VAH (אהבה). Interestingly, it is both a verb and a noun. The root of the word is אהב, which means to give. In most of the English-speaking world, love is thought to be an intense longing...
Offerings to God: A Messianic Perspective

Offerings to God: A Messianic Perspective

For premillennialists (those who believe that Jesus will have an earthly reign after the rapture of the church), it’s difficult to understand why there would be animal sacrifices during the millennial reign. After all, Hebrews 10 makes it very clear that God...
The King is in the Field

The King is in the Field

Complete Jewish Bible Kohelet (Ecclesiastes) 5:9 says: “But the greatest advantage to the country is when the king makes himself a servant to the land.” A Paradox: Holiness among the common. Elul is the 12th month of the Jewish year, a period of paradox...
Binding and Loosing from a Messianic Perspective

Binding and Loosing from a Messianic Perspective

Photo courtesy of Diego on Unsplash Authority of Binding and Loosing The church for years (since 1960) has embraced the Charismatic movement which was begun officially by “Father” Dennis Bennett of St. Mark’s Episcopal parish in Van Nuys, California....