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Tents of Mercy & Revive Israel

June 2012 Vol 21, No 6
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  Daniel Juster: According to the Scriptures, religion is not a bad word. The term is not negative in its historic usage, but simply means the set of beliefs, practices, etc. by which people view reality and order their lives.
  Eitan Shishkoff: I discovered my Jewish heritage while reading the New Testament account of the Last Supper. Before concluding that I got my wires crossed, think about the original setting of that meal. It was, in fact, the Passover Seder, the annual meal Israel was commanded by God to observe throughout their generations.
  Avishalom Tekle: First we enter through the gate of God's gracious provision for redemption through the sacrifice of His only begotten Son Yeshua. Then we begin a time of consecration and preparation for the outcome of His Promise, to be filled by His Spirit and power of Resurrection.
  Asher Intrater: There is no necessity for Yeshua to be called rabbi among Gentile nations. However there is justification in using that term in order to demonstrate cultural context. We might call Him 'Rabbi J'.

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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