I recently heard a message from a believer who has spent a lot of time living and traveling in Israel. This man has literally studied the Land in order to draw from the geography and history of Israel living truth from God. I’ve heard it said (though not by this gentleman) that the land of Israel itself is like a text from God–that there are many lessons from the heart of God to be learned there.
Events around us are becoming increasingly serious. This is a time for us to be praying in agreement–agreement with God. But what do we do when the prophets of God don’t seem to be in agreement about some particular matter?
“Harp and Bowl,” a kind of combined prayer and worship, is a term which comes from Revelation 5:8. View it as prayer that is sung or spoken while music continues to pray, or as worship that includes prayer but does not interrupt the flow of the music.
Sid often asks his audience how the Church can understand the richness of the Gospel if she doesn’t understand her Jewish roots?