Sara and I have a very busy time ahead. We are moving house this week and on top of that changes have happened to our Shalom Israel seminar on this Saturday. I will be preparing two messages for the ...

The original Pentecost saw the Jews leave Egypt at Passover and travel to encounter God at Mt Sinai - but were they ready to receive God's promise and His presence at the mountain? This video talks ...

I had the privilege again this year to join my orthodox Jewish neighbours and their family in their pre-Passover bonfire in the backyard.What were they ...

Names in the Bible often cover great significance and offer reveal and declare a person's prophetic destiny.For example, David means beloved, Jesus means 'God will save' etc.So what is the meaning ...

My favourite Bible verse for singles is found in 1 Tim 6:6 'Godliness with contentment is great gain'.  In 2004, God promised me a wife - but the years went by and nothing seemed to happen. ...

When Orthodox Jews come to the end of their annual cycle of Torah readings and finish the last chapter, they rewind the scrolls back to Genesis chapter 1 and say ‘hazak hazak vnithazak’ ...

2 Cor 1:4 describes God as the 'God of all comfort'.  Yes, He truly is a God who wipes away our tears, one who comforts us in time of loss and hardship, but there is more to the meaning of this ...

".... these are the beginnings of sorrows. Mark 13:8 KJV" In describing the difficulties leading up to the End of the Age, Jesus used a phrase that in some translations is translated 'the beginning ...

"The ones sown on good ground, those hear the word, accept it and bear fruit..." Mark 4:20 The word translated 'accept' in our text means to take as ones own - so to be the good soil that Jesus ...

The Hebrew letter tet (equivalent to our letter ‘t’) has the numerical value of ‘9’ and is linked to both the Jewish calendar year (5779) and to the 2019 of our Gregorian ...
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