Tag: wisdom

The Danger Against Playing Church, Playing God: Bethel Responds to #WakeUpOlive

“The reason Jesus raised the dead is because not everyone dies in God’s timing. Jesus could tell, and He would interrupt that funeral, He would interrupt that process that some would just call the sovereignty of God. And He’d raise the little girl, he’d raise the adult person from the dead.” That’s the reason Bill

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How Well Do You Know Him? B’chol in the Days of Awe

B’chol…, “In all your ways, know Him.” A person who sets his heart and mind to observe all that happens to him and around him, will perceive Godliness tangibly in evidence. Men of affairs have an advantage over secluded scholars, in that the former can witness actual manifestations of Godliness. This form of the service

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Celebrating 70 Years of Zion, Praying the Psalms and Anti-Semitism, Still?

Recently, I had the great honor of participating in a Priestly Blessing over a house of worship at which I minister frequently, and I was delighted at the conversation the priest brought up regarding the Hebrew traditions and the Christian faith. It was his belief that until a Christian comes to an understanding of the

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