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  • This post first appeared on Kineti and is authored by Judah Gabriel Himango, one of Tabernacle of David’s teachers. Dear Kineti readers,  Below you’ll find a guest post from Aaron Hecht, a Messianic believer from Israel who has written extensively for Kehila News. Aaron and I developed an unlikely friendship several years ago after he… […]
  • Shalom ma’azinim yikarim מאזינים יקרים, It’s a bit late for me posting this; normally I post this the first week of the month, and here we are in third week. 😳 I’ve been busy this month getting Proclaim Messianic Music Festival open for registration! But, better late than never, ha. ☺ As part of Messiah’s […]
  • This post first appeared on Kineti and is authored by Judah Gabriel Himango, one of Tabernacle of David’s teachers. Shalom folks, If you love to worship God and do so with other Messianic believers, you need to check out Proclaim:  This is a summertime music festival I help put on every year, and it’s just an… […]
  • Shalom dear Messianic music afficionados, We’ve added more music to the station, this time a classic Messianic album: Elana Watson – Awake O Israel I've had a few songs from this classic album on the station, but just hadn't got around to getting the whole album on. Now it is. 😊 Here’s a little bit […]
  • 12 Points of How We Know Christianity is True: God’s Existence: Part Two
  • Over 2,700 years ago Micah spoke prophetically of a sobering day coming upon the Jewish nation – a day when people would be at each other’s throats: Woe to me! . . . The godly person has perished from the land, and there is no upright person among mankind. All of them lie in wait […]
  • 0:01 / 57:40 In this clip, I discuss God’s existence. We do mention some preliminary issues with God’s existence as well as some of the current design arguments.
  • Do you ever ask yourself the following questions: “If the Gospel is true and I have come into a relationship with God, why do I still struggle with the same sins?” or, “Why do I struggle with the same attitudes… Continue reading →
  • Children love fairy tales. Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White have captivated the hearts of youngsters for decades. For some who love reading the Bible, the Book of Esther lies half-way between angel-dust fantasy and ancient Jewish legend. Liberal Bible scholars glance at the book’s imperial beauty pageants, 180 day wine feasts, foiled assassination attempts, […]
  •  I have been plowing through Michael Wilkins, Craig A Evans, Darrell and Andreas J Köstenberger’s commentary called The Gospels and Acts The Holman Apologetics Commentary on the Bible,  B&H Publishing Group. In it, they say these are the common mistakes that critics… Continue reading →