“Adonai came from Sinai; from Se‘ir he dawned on his people, shone forth from Mount Pa’ran; and with him were myriads of holy ones; at his right hand was a fiery law for them. 3 He truly loves the peoples —

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Imagine yourself in a packed theatre. The red carpet and velvet chairs, the ornate molding and banisters, brass balconies, baroque candelabras, and opulent décor. The orchestra is warming up and

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Isaiah 46:9 L’Shana Tova! It’s hard to believe the New Jewish Year and the fall season is already upon us. It seems to be coming much faster these days, don’t

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Counting the Omer

We are now in the season of Passover and Unleavened Bread. Can you imagine this season some two millennia ago? The events of the week prior had been unbearably difficult

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The Glorious Reign of Our King

Growing up in a formal Liturgical Church, I’m familiar with several of the doxologies that were sung at the end of each service. For some reason, this one always stays

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The Final Trumpet

The Bible is almost always written from the perspective of Israel’s Mt. Zion, or The Heavenlies—not from the United States, Greece, Rome, or the Vatican. With that in mind, let

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Dear Readers, As we approach the end of what has been, by anyone’s estimation, an exceptional year, I can’t help but think about the way Scriptural truth has been unfolding.

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The Sound of Shofars

Dear Readers, You may recall the teaching titled Opening the Seals that appeared in my Focus from the Founder column in our September issue of Kaleidoscope. We discussed that since

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The Spirit and the Bride say “Come”

Quite often we hear Christians say out loud with great fervency “The Spirit and the Bride say Come”! I wonder if many even understand just what they are proclaiming? This

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Opening the Seals

Hello friends, Each month I will seek the Lord regarding current situations within the church, our country, Israel even the whole Earth connecting His Word so you will have understanding,

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