Abar’ka’dabara

Most people are aware of the familiar word used by carnival magicians, and by others mimicking a magician when revealing a change that seems “magical.” While Abrakadabra may seem familiar,

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Aliyah: The New “Old Tradition”

In the spirit of First-Century worship, the Nathaniel Fellowship is shedding new light on a sacred and ancient tradition. On High Holy Days and Rosh Chodesh, we bring out the beautiful

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Question: You officially died in the ICU of the Houston Medical Center shortly after giving birth to your second child, a son who, sadly, passed away. I’ve heard you say

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What most people think of when hearing the word counterfeit is paper money. While undeniably the most popular and tangible product counterfeited today, the truth is that intangible things can be

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Darkness & Light

Dear Readers: As autumn approaches, there is a delightful crispness in the air that whispers secrets of miracles to come. It’s a time when God’s Word comes to life through

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A Gospel Follow-Up

Question: After you share the Gospel with a Jewish person, what do you do and say next? Send them a Bible and hope they read it, keep talking to them about

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The Light Within You is Darkness

“If then the light within you is darkness…” The eye is the lamp of the body. If your vision is clear, your whole body will be full of light. But if

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The Birth of Christian Denominations

In this timeline documentation of the Christian faith that started with the 1st-century teachings of Yeshua, it will become apparent that the fundamental practice of His beloved faith has gone

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A Good Eye

English speakers often use the idiomatic phrase “Hey – good eye!” when referring to someone who may have “caught” a discrepancy or noticed something out of the ordinary. In Hebrew

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One Conversation with Any One Person

QUESTION: If you could have a conversation with any one person, alive or dead, who would it be and why? AB ANSWER: Dear AB, Hmm… this is a very good

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