Archive | August, 2017

What Do You Want Yeshua To Do For You?

In Matthew 20 verses 21 and 32, Yeshua asks, “What do you want?” These two situations are different, yet the question is the same. In the first, it was John and Jacob’s mother asking for her sons to have a place of honor in Yeshua’s kingdom. In the second, two blind men desperately wanted their […]

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What Do You Do When You Want to Kill Your Teenagers?

Can I get real with you? I hate dealing with teenagers. They are the most self-absorbed, self-centered, demanding individuals on the face of God’s planet. Yet, two of them are my grandchildren whom I desperately love. So I can’t just kill them and be done with it, no matter how much the thought brings my […]

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Why I Believe Yeshua is Messiah

In recent months, I’ve been devouring Rabbi David Fohrman’s teachings at Aleph Beta Academy. In their own words, “Aleph Beta Academy is committed to the relevance of Jewish learning.” This is not a site where anyone believes Yeshua is the Messiah. However, they do believe in the promised Messiah. It is the teachings I glean […]

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Is the Bible More than Black Ink on a White Page?

Have you ever read something that transported you to another place and time? This morning I was reading Matthew 18 where the disciples asked Yeshua who was the greatest in the Kingdom. Yeshua called a child to Himself and set him in the midst of them. I stopped right there, unable to read on. I […]

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El-Kabong is Shaking Things Up

A friend of mine, Mike Zulinke, shared an article on Facebook (Are you Still Charismatic?) to help his friends understand his journey from a non-denominational practice to becoming an Anglican priest. It reminded me of everything I loved about the Anglican/Episcopal tradition. It also reminded me of a conversation I had with fellow blogger, James Pyles […]

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Is Your Faith in God or in Your Faith?

I had a conversation with a friend the other day. We got to talking about the end of days and persecution. A common worry among believers is that we will not be able to stand in those days and will deny our Lord. This morning I was reading Matthew 17:14-20.  When they came to the […]

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