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Tents of Mercy & Revive Israel

January 2012 Vol 21, No 1
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  Daniel Juster: I believe one of the differences between the New Covenant and Mosaic Covenant regarding access to the Spirit is related to abundance. Ezekiel also anticipates the promised Spirit moving us to obey (Ezekiel 36:27). This is something more than was the case before the New Covenant.
  Moshe Morrison: There are seven instances in the scriptures when the Lord addresses someone by calling their name twice. Each passage is vitally connected to a significant juncture in the unfolding of the purposes of God.
  Peter Tsukahira: The kingdom of God that Yeshua preached was rooted deeply in the identity of Israel as a nation. God became King of Israel in the desert after the exodus from Egyptian slavery and He ruled Israel with laws that extended to every area of society and culture. The gospel of the kingdom therefore is a nation-forming, culture-transforming message.
  Asher Intrater: Faithfulness and patience means bearing the pain of relationships over a long period of time. The beauty of love is well worth the pain involved, but there is a price to pay. Pain is the price of love.
  Asher Intrater: The time has come for the Messianic remnant of Israel to take a place of leadership in the greater Body of Messiah worldwide.

All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicted, are taken from the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

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