The Jubilee’s trumpet (shofar) signifies hope amid the End Times. It echoes Jesus’ glorious return and the restoration of all things in His promise.
Through His sacrificial death on the cross, Jesus has brought us salvation and granted those who believe eternal life. He is rightly called our Saviour, but from a Jewish perspective He cannot—yet—be fully called the Messiah.
When we hear the word ‘gospel’ today, we tend to think of the basic message of Christianity; namely that mankind is separated from God through sin and that Jesus paid the penalty for our sin through His death, burial and resurrection.
On September 25, 2022 we are entering the Hebrew year 5783. In Hebrew, every number is tied to a Hebrew letter, which in turn carries many shades of meaning…
In recent years, Bob Cornuke and Dr Martin Young have proposed that the Temple was not actually located on what we today call the Temple Mount.
Many Christians trace the beginning of the Church to the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost in Acts chapter 2.