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    A Doolittle Raid Story: After Pearl Harbor, Forgiveness Wins

    Doolittle Raider Lieutenant Robert L. Hite, captive. Tokyo, April 1942. Stories can be powerful things. I’m struck by how so many of the stories we hear in the news are about what divides us—what makes us “red” versus “blue.” The ongoing stream of anniversaries of many WWII events could be an occasion to tell more […full post]

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  • When God's People Linger

    When God’s People Linger

    The seven-day Feast of Booths (“Tabernacles”), the last of the Lord’s Feasts, has an odd feature—an eighth day. The Lord’s invitation to linger… with Him. This is a “bridge” post between my Divine Appointments series, which explores messages the Jewish calendar holds for today’s followers of Messiah, and a series on the “I Ams of Jesus” […full post]

  • Erdogan: A New Hitler and an Old Prophecy

    Erdogan: A “New Hitler” and an Old Prophecy

    Two words about Erdogan’s move into Syria: Birth. Pangs. In Matthew 24:4-8, Yeshua told us certain birth pangs will accompany the end of our age.  He listed “wars and rumors of wars” as one of those signs. Tragically, wars have been with us throughout human history, so how will these “birth pangs” be different? As […full post]

  • When God's Son Shakes Up the Feast

    When God’s Son Shakes Up the Feast

    The Pharisees staged a Feast about “God With Us”—and He showed up! Dramatic ways Jesus owned it at the Feast of Sukkot (Tabernacles).  This is it—the feast that “hooked” me. Learning about the Feast of Sukkot (Tabernacles or Booths) added so much dimension to my understanding of John 7-9, which takes place against the backdrop […full post]

  • Yeshua and Yom Kippur

    Yeshua and Yom Kippur

    Yom Kippur. The Day of Atonement. The day the verdict is delivered. A gloriously clear picture of what will soon confront a lost world.  According to both rabbinical and lunar calendars (which often don’t line up) Yom Kippur begins at sunset on 10/8/2019. So in Israel, that’s…now. Tuesday morning, at about 8:15 Pacific time. Yom […full post]

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