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124 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
Updates for 2021 | Brief news on Israel, America, the mutating COVID-19, Antisemitic comments and new Podcasts to come!
7 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
Message and Prayer for the House of Israel scattered abroad.
THE MYSTERY OF THE RESTORATION OF ISRAEL. WHY SHOULD IT MATTER TO YOU AS A CHRISTIAN? This prayer is based on the prophets, Yeshua (Jesus) and His apostles concerning the future and complete restoration and regathering of the House of Israel. A central topic of the Bible that many have failed to notice (as we have in the past) is the overwhelming subject-matter, about “The restoration of Israel.” This is the biblical complete regathering, return, cleansing and restoration of the people of Israel who at large (with the exception of a small group of course) have historically turned away from God and have not accepted His anointed, Jesus (Yeshua) of Nazareth. The Bible actually makes the importance of this “restoration” painfully obvious if one reads a little bit from the prophets. This restoration is vital because it connects itself to the last days and the rule of Jesus the King of Israel, in the earth from Jerusalem. (Zechariah 14:1-4, Acts 1:11) Why is it important? This subject is important because it is key in understanding the last days and the events that will unfold before Jesus returns. Israel’s prophesied restoration equals, the return of Jesus, the end of this evil age and the establishment of God’s kingdom in the earth, over mankind from Jerusalem. Meaning the matters of Israel, are the matters of all mankind, and will affect all of mankind. This subject has been attacked and suppressed by the enemy for generations. So many have been influenced by the devil to draw humanity away from this reality. But in our day God is raising up men and women who have zeal for the glory of God’s name, who have a burden for Israel, who take upon themselves the task of reviving the words of the prophets, trembling but courageously stepping into their shoes to proclaim the word of the Lord to Israel and nations. Saying, God has a controversy with you, and He’s coming to settle it and He will fulfill all His promises of blessing and restoration for the sake of His great Name. (Jeremiah 25:30-33, Joel 3:2, Ezekiel 39:23-29, Jeremiah 30:7-11, Ezekiel 20:32-44, Ezekiel 36:22-38) PRAYER Shema Israel, Hear O sons and daughters of Israel, all you who have been in exile, hear these words…Repent for the kingdom of God is at hand. (Mark 1:14-15) Your forefathers did not listen to the Lord your God, they have turned away and you have been scattered to the nations because of their unfaithfulness. You have been delivered into the hands of your enemies. (Deut. 28:45-46, Neh. 1:8, Neh. 9:27) Yeshua the Son of David is your Messiah, who was put to death 2,000 years ago by lawless hands, but God raised Him up, destroying the power of the grave because it was not possible that He could be held by it. As King David prophesied in Psalms 16:8-11, pointing to Yeshua, he said… “For You will not leave My soul in Sheol, nor will You allow Your Holy One to see corruption.” King David being a prophet and knowing that God had promised him that He would raise up an Anointed One from His body to sit on his throne, as Psalms 132:10-18, said these words and spoke about the resurrection of the Anointed One, of your Messiah who is Yeshua. It was not David himself who he was speaking of, because after David passed, he was buried with your fathers and has decayed, but Yeshua whom God has raised up has not underwent decay. (Acts 13:35-37) This Yeshua, from the seed of your forefather David, God has raised up for YOU, Israel, (Acts 13:23) as Isaiah said in chapter 11:1 “There shall come forth a Shoot from the trunk of Jesse, and a Branch shall grow out of his roots”… God has exalted this Yeshua, as David said in Psalm 110:1 …” The Lord said to my Lord (the Messiah who is Yeshua) Sit at My right hand til I make Your enemies Your footstool.” And as He says again in Psalm 2 “I have set My King on My Holy hill of Zion, You (speaking of the Messiah) are My Son, today I have begotten You.” (Acts 13:33) Therefore, listen O House of Israel this Yeshua who was crucified is both Lord and Messiah. Repent, be immersed in the name of Yeshua the Messiah for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the Holy Spirit, turn from your sins, to Yeshua that times of refreshing may come from God to you. For with the heart one believes and is made right before God, and with the mouth one confesses and is saved. (Romans 10:9-10) For this promise is to you and to your children and to all who are scattered to the four corners of the earth, as your prophet Joel said in chapter 2:28-32… “And it shall come to pass in the last days that I (God) will pour out My Spirit on all flesh” … (Acts 2:14-39) And again as Ezekiel says in chapter 36:26-37 “I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; I will take the heart of stone out of your flesh and give you a heart of flesh, I will put My Spirit within you and cause you to walk in My statutes and you will keep My judgments and do them.” The events which the God of your fathers foretold by the mouth of all your prophets about the Messiah have been fulfilled in Yeshua. God has raised up His Servant Yeshua (Isaiah 49, 53) to bless you in turning every one of you away from your sins. (Acts 3:18-26) There is no salvation found in any other name (Acts 4:12), Yeshua has been appointed by God to be Judge of the living and the dead (Acts 10:42, 2 Timothy 4:1,1 Peter 4:5) and all the prophets witness that through faith in Yeshua’s name whoever believes in Him, will receive the forgiveness of sins, (Acts 10:42-43) entrance into the covenants of life and blessing, an abundant inheritance in the everlasting kingdom of David, which is the kingdom of David’s greater Son Yeshua of Nazareth. (Isaiah 9:6-7, Luke 1:31-33) Sons and daughters of Abraham, the God of your fathers knows the thoughts that He thinks towards you, thoughts of peace, not evil, to give you a future and a hope. Call upon Him and He will listen to you. Seek Him and you will find Him, when you search for Him with all your heart. He will gather you from place that you have been exiled as He has promised and will rejoice over you for good as He did your fathers (Jeremiah 29:11-14, Deuteronomy 32:1-9) The LORD has loved you with an everlasting love and with loving-kindness He is drawing you. (Jeremiah 31:3) Your time of favor has come, your day of salvation. (Isaiah 49:8) As the prophet Isaiah said in chapter 45:25 “In the Lord all the descendants of Israel shall be justified, made right, and shall glory.” Fear not O house of Israel for the Lord will make you dwell in safety and no one will make you afraid. (Ezekiel 34:28) Hear O sons and daughters of the House of Israel, the Lord who scattered you will gather you. And keep you as a shepherd does his flock. (Jeremiah 31:10) This is our charge and prayer, a prayer from a foolish nation to any of you who will listen to these words. We are preaching glad tidings of good things to you O House of Israel. (Deuteronomy 32:21, 36-43, Romans 10:15, Isaiah 52:2) Therefore, know O Israel that it is He, the God of your fathers, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and David, your God who speaks. (Isaiah 52:6) Return to Him and He will return to you, for He is merciful and gracious, clearing transgression, forgiving iniquity, abounding in goodness and truth. (Zechariah 1:3, Exodus 34:6)
11 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
Way of the Cross | Matthew 16:24-27
Clip from "Part 9 | Snowflake Christianity. Why suffering for Jesus is worth it. Final thoughts on the Pre-Trib Rapture." Don't forget to share with someone today. Join us in strengthening one another to face whatever may come our way for our loyalty to the King of Israel, Light of the nations, Jesus (Yeshua) the Messiah.
82 minutes | Jan 7, 2021
Part 9 |"Snowflake Christianity." Why suffering for Jesus is worth it. Final thoughts on the Pre-Trib Rapture.
Could the Pre-Trib Rapture doctrine be responsible for creating more “snowflake Christians?” Final thoughts on the Pre-Trib Rapture doctrine.
65 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
Part 8 | "I will keep you from the hour of trial" through the Pre-Trib Rapture? Revelation 3:10
In the book of Revelation, John, the Jewish apostle of Jesus who was imprisoned on the Greek island of Patmos, recorded Jesus’ message to the believers in Philadelphia telling them that He would keep them from the “hour of trial.” Did Jesus mean that He would keep Christians in the future from the “hour of trial” that would come on the earth by rapturing them out before the great tribulation? In Revelation 4:1, when God says to John, “come up here”, does it symbolize the rapture before the tribulation when the Church age ends? Is that what John (who is a 1st century Jewish follower of Jesus) really meant to convey? Is this text a Pre-Trib Rapture text? Or is this verse part of a greater context (a bigger picture?) Can these verses be used to support the Pre-Trib rapture theory? Listen in to find out.
63 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
Part 7 | "A thief in the night" The Pre-Trib Rapture escape? Or the glorious and fearful Day of the LORD?
"A thief in the night" The Pre-Trib Rapture escape? Or the glorious and fearful Day of the LORD? Have you been taught that when Peter, the Jewish apostle of Jesus wrote, “But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night”, that it meant Jesus is going to come secretly like a thief in the night to rapture Christians before the tribulation and the revealing of the antichrist? (2 Peter 3:10) Is that what Peter (who is a 1st century Jewish follower of Jesus) really meant? Is that the proper interpterion of that text? Is this text a Pre-Trib Rapture text? Or is this verse part of a greater context (a bigger picture)? Can this verse be used to support the Pre-Trib rapture theory? In this study you will find out the answer. Listen prayerfully, test everything, cling to Jesus and the Word of God.
66 minutes | Dec 28, 2020
Part 6 | Will Jesus really rapture us before the tribulation to live in our heavenly mansions, while the Jews and the world face His wrath at His coming?
When it comes to the Pre-Trib Rapture teaching on the end-times, have you been taught that when Jesus said, “Let not your heart be troubled…in My Father’s house are many *mansions…I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself” (John 14:1-3) to mean, that Jesus is telling Christians He is preparing our mansions in heaven to live with Him there for eternity, and we will experience it when He comes to rapture us before the tribulation? Furthermore, when it comes to the Pre-Trib Rapture teaching on the end-times, have you also been taught that when Paul said, “For God did not appoint us to wrath” (2 Thessalonians 5:9-10) to mean, that yes, since the Bible says we are not appointed to wrath, and the Tribulation is solely the wrath of God, that the Church must be removed from the earth before the Tribulation begins? Is that what Jesus and Paul (who are Jewish) really meant? Is that the proper interpterion of these texts? Are these texts Pre-Trib Rapture verses? Or are they part of a greater context? Can these verses be used to support the Pre-Trib rapture theory? In this study you will find out.
60 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
Part 5 | As in the days of Noah, so will the "Pre-Rapture" be? Israel and the Pre-Trib Rapture.
When it comes to the Pre-Trib Rapture doctrine, have you been taught that when Jesus said, "one will be left and the other taken", in the days of His Second Coming, that it meant, one will be raptured to heaven with Him, while the wicked, false Christians and the Jews will remain to face the great tribulation and the antichrist? Like it was in the days of Noah? (Matthew 24:37-44) Or that just like Lot and his family escaped the judgment of Sodom and Gomorrah, so will Christians be raptured to heaven, escaping the great tribulation while the wicked, counterfeit Christians and the Jews are left behind to face God's judgment? (Luke 17:28-36) Is that what Jesus really meant? Is that what really happened in the historical accounts Jesus is referencing? In this study you will find out. It's important to know the God patterns of Scripture.
48 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
Part 4 | "After the Tribulation" Matthew 24:29-31.
Part 4 Examining the "proof texts" of the Pre-Trib Rapture doctrine. In Matthew 24:29-31, we read some specific words that Jesus utters concerning His return back to the earth. These words are a problem for the Pre-Trib view. Matthew 24:29-31: “Immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken. THEN the sign of the Son of Man will appear in heaven… Listen in as we examine this verse.
48 minutes | Dec 19, 2020
Part 3 | Hope or Hoax? Examining the "proof texts" of the Pre-Trib Rapture doctrine.
What is the Pre-Tribulation rapture? Can you personally define and explain it? Is it Biblical? Or is it a fairly new doctrine? Do you know its historical roots? Should our hope rest in being snatched away before tribulation? Or should our hope rest in the triumphant and glorious return of Jesus? Jesus, our Warrior King who will repay all evil and injustice, vindicating those who might suffer tribulation. (Deuteronomy 32:35, Nahum 1:2, Matthew 16:27, Revelation 22:12, Romans 12:9, Revelation 21:1-5) In this Podcast we are beginning our examination of the supposed "proof texts" used to support the Pre-Trib view.
57 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
Part 2 | Hope or Hoax? Examining the history regarding the Pre-Trib Rapture doctrine.
Does the Bible teach that believers will be “snatched away” before the Great Tribulation and the revealing of the Antichrist? Or does the Bible teach that we will face both, before His return? This is an extremely important and controversial question that many Pastors, Teachers and Bible Scholars aim in our day to answer. What would happen if those whom we have influenced have to face Great Tribulation and the Antichrist if they are still alive to see it and they haven’t been prepared spiritually or mentally? It could be disastrous. Believers all around the globe have sensed a greater shift in our world. We are truly living in historic and prophetic times. The recent events surrounding the shift in the Middle East with Israel should also command our attention. Jesus warned in Matthew 24 that great deception would come upon the world in the end times, making it possible for even His people to be deceived if they fail to be watchful, sober and in constant prayer, testing all things. (Matthew 24:11-14, 24, 42-44, 1 John 4:1) This question must be answered Biblically. Join us as we systematically look at this doctrine.
54 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Part 1 | Israel and the Pre-Tribulational Rapture. Antisemitic?
EXAMINING THE SECRET PRE-TRIBULATION RAPTURE | Biblical Hope or Hoax? Why we don’t believe in the PRE- tribulation rapture. Introduction. What is the Pre-Tribulation rapture? Can you personally define and explain it? Is it Biblical? Should it really matter to you? Should our hope rest in being snatched away before tribulation? Or should our hope rest in the return of Jesus? Is this study we are going to unpack the answers and examine this particular perspective on the end times and the return of Jesus (Yeshua). As a Christian, have you thought about what the Pre-Trib Rapture doctrine means for the Jewish people and how they perceive it? Listen in.
71 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Dispensationalism | Rightly dividing the people of God?
What is Dispensationalism? Do you believe that Christians and Israel are not related in any way? Do you believe that Israel is for the Old Testament, and Christianity is for the New Testament? Do you believe that God has one plan for Israel and another plan for the Christian Church? Do you believe that Christians will be raptured before the tribulation and before the revealing of the Antichrist? (The doctrine of the Pre-Trib rapture) When many of us came to faith in Jesus (Yeshua), we were given certain theological glasses to read and interpret the Bible. It is our job to learn the history of our faith and to test doctrine. In this study we’re going to shed light on these questions and see if we have symptoms of wrong believing about the Bible. Enjoy the following live study from Grace of God Community Church, home of the Israel-Lights Podcast.
81 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Part 4 | Attention! The "Church of Acts 2 is Israel reborn, redeemed and restored. What traditional Christianity never told us.
Part 4 | Jesus and Israel His Kingdom citizens. [Bible teaching series from the Feast of Tabernacles.] The “Church” of Acts 2 is Israel reborn, redeemed and restored! What traditional Christianity never told us. Get ready to hear a lot of Scripture! As a Christian, you might have heard it said somewhere along the way, that when you believed in Jesus, turned from your sin and were reborn by His Spirit that you became a covenant partaker and sharer with another people, Israel. (Romans 11, Ephesians 2) That we (who are not of Israel) have been grafted (or inserted) into Israel, through Jesus. For most Christians, hearing this, is just as surprising as seeing an ape suddenly rip through the highway on a motorcycle wearing a sombrero. Furthermore, many of us as Christians have never been told that the "Church" did not begin in Acts 2. There has always been a "Church" that finds its origins in the Old Testament. Nor have we been told that the "Church" of Acts 2, biblically, is Israel reborn, redeemed and restored as spoken of by the prophets of God. We of the nations, through Jesus are joined to the one people of God. Israel, the "Church." Why is this often so confusing? Furthermore, why are so many offended by this biblical reality? God has a Kingdom and He has a people whom He rules over. The question is, did God once rule over one people (Israel) and then start over with another? How does this connect to the Feast of Tabernacles and why does this matter to our faith as 21st century followers of Jesus? Listen in to find out! God is King, He has a people, and at the end of history, it is that people who remain with Him forever. (Isaiah 65:17-19 Isaiah 66:22-23, Revelation 21:1-5) Today, many Pastors, Teachers and Bible Scholars divide over just WHO the people of God are. In these series of studies, we are going to discuss many issues and biblical truths that will challenge some traditional Church doctrine. All we ask is that as you tune in, ask for the Holy Spirits for guidance, listen prayerfully, read and test each scripture reference because you might learn something you’ve never learned before.
43 minutes | Oct 25, 2020
Part 3 | Jesus and the restoration of Israel? Revolutionary Podcast!
Part 3 THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES | Jesus and the restoration of Israel? In the New Testament, after Jesus rose from the dead, the book of Acts records that Jesus remained on earth for 40 days speaking to His Jewish disciples about the kingdom of God. (Acts 1:1-3) Acts 1:6, next records the disciples asking Jesus a very gripping question …” Lord, will you at this time restore the kingdom TO Israel?” Out of all the questions the disciples could have asked Jesus after He rose from the dead, why would they ask Him THIS specific question? This is a very Israel-centric question recorded for us in the New Testament. As a Christian, have your Pastors ever explained this verse to you? If not, it’s something to think deeply about. Quite often, this verse is passed over or ignored by various Pastors and Teachers because it doesn’t seem to fit the traditional Christian narrative. The “Israel is out, Jesus is in” narrative that many Christians believe. Some say, that the “story of Israel and their centrality in the Bible is “Old Testament” and the story of Jesus, is “New Testament”, "and all I need to care about is the "New Testament!” Many Christians believe that God replaced Israel with the Christian Church or put His plans on pause for Israel because He is focusing on Christians. Both these views are false. We will prove that through the following studies. Now, while we will agree that the life, ministry and teachings of Jesus are central in the New Testament, the reality is, the story of Jesus is interwoven in the ongoing story of Israel. Israel’s story (which involves all the nations of the world) has not been interrupted. The story of Jesus, interwoven in the ongoing story of Israel in the New Testament, are inseparable from one another. Keep in mind, Jesus is from the family of Israel (Matthew 1). He came in the fullness of time, as a part of the many promises God spoke concerning the Messiah and King who would come to save, restore and rule over Israel, and sit on David’s throne. (Jeremiah 33:14-26, Isaiah 9:6-7, Luke 1:31-33) There is an enormous aspect of Jesus’ ministry that IS central to Israel. Please don’t be offended by that statement. This in no way excludes us who are not genetically of Israel. It’ll be explained as we move along in these studies. Now, in order to understand this verse, Acts 1:6, (a verse that is often puzzling to most Christians) you must first understand that this verse is connected to countless promises, God in fact, made to Israel. It is a Biblical puzzle piece connected to the Old Testament. It is the promised full restoration of scattered Israel. The definition of the word restoration is: The action of returning something to a former owner, place, or condition. This tells us as Christians that something happened to the people of Israel within their history, and God had a plan fix it. Stay tuned as we unpack some more foundational promises and prophesied events, spoken forth by God, concerning the people of Israel that links us to the Feast of Tabernacles. We will continue to re-connect the dots of Scripture that helps us understand Jesus’ message of the Gospel of the Kingdom of God. We will also shed more light on Jesus’ mission for Israel, which is linked to many foundational promises of God to fully restore the fallen kingdom of Israel. To regather, cleanse and restore the scattered of Israel. Why is it so important? Because it is part of our faith history. It helps us understand the Bible. If we have a relationship with Jesus (the Jewish Messiah) then it means we also have a relationship with Israel. (Romans 11, Ephesians 2) It also explains passages like Acts 1:6 and gives us a proper view of Israel the people, Israel the land and Jerusalem the city in our day. Furthermore, it helps us understand prophecy concerning Israel and what is to befall Israel and the nations in the last days before and when Jesus returns. Now I want to give a friendly warning, these series of studies are going to challenge some traditional Church doctrine. But if you ask for the Holy Spirits guidance, listen prayerfully, read and test each scripture, you might learn something you’ve never heard before. Lets get to it!
46 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Part 2 | Do we know the Gospel Jesus preached?
THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES and The Messianic Kingdom Do we know the Gospel Jesus preached? Everyone agrees (whether secular or non-secular, Jew or non-Jew) that the most important, most influential person in history is Jesus the Christ. When you think of Jesus, who do you imagine Him to be? If He was a “preacher”, then what did He preach? If He was a Teacher, then what was His main message? Can you answer that? As Christian, your answer to these questions will reveal who believe Jesus to be and what you believe Jesus came to do. According the Scriptures, when Jesus walked this earth over 1,900 years ago, He spoke about the “good news” of a kingdom. The Kingdom of God. The message of the Kingdom of God is the message that connects important past, present and future events between God and His people, as He unfolds His redemptive plan for mankind and creation. Since a majority of Christians today don’t the DETAILS of this message, the result is that it has been the most misunderstood and least talked about subject in the Church. Join us tonight as we re-connect the dots of Scripture, so we can properly connect and follow the important promises and events between God and His people in redemptive history. The fruit of these studies will be that each of us will have a greater understanding the message of the Jesus, the message of the Kingdom. In this Podcast you will learn more about the history of your faith, the promises, plans and purposes of God that He desires each of us to know.
33 minutes | Oct 16, 2020
Feast of Tabernacles | What is it? How does it point to Jesus?
THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES | And the Messianic Kingdom What is the Feast of Tabernacles? Why was it commanded by God? How is the Feast of Tabernacles and Jesus related? Why is it important to consider? What does it mean prophetically? Isn’t this celebration a “Jewish” celebration? What valuable lessons can we learn from this day that God commanded His people to observe? Should we as followers of Jesus also celebrate the feast of tabernacles? In this study we are going to answer all those questions. So listen in.
44 minutes | Oct 13, 2020
Day of Atonement | Why should it matter to us as followers of Jesus?
What is the Day of Atonement? How is the Day of Atonement and Jesus related? Why is it important to consider? What does it mean prophetically? Isn’t this celebration a “Jewish” celebration? What valuable lessons can we learn from this day that God commanded His people to observe? Should we as followers of Jesus observe the Day of Atonement?
42 minutes | Oct 6, 2020
PART 6 | Have you ever felt that God has forsaken you in the midst of suffering? The trial and triumph of Joseph.
Have you ever felt that God has forsaken you in the midst of suffering? Have you felt this way during the Coronavirus outbreak? These are genuine questions. In this study we will examine the life of next biblical character who endured great trial. Joseph. Stay tuned to find out more.
23 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
BREAKING NEWS: Another Arab country will sign a peace deal with Israel in the "next day or two", US Ambassador to the UN, Kelly Craft says.
BREAKING NEWS: Another Arab country will sign a peace deal with Israel in the "next day or two", US Ambassador to the UN, Kelly Craft says. Is all this talk of "Peace, Peace" really going to usher in long term peace in the Middle East for Israel? Or is this prophecy being fulfilled? Are we on the brink of what the Bible calls the soon approaching "Time of Jacob's trouble? Aka the great tribulation. (Jeremiah 30, Matthew 24) We must preach the Kingdom of God and repentance to unbelieving Israel and the whole world! Because the King Messiah Yeshua is coming! Listen in to find out more. Stay informed. Avoid deception.
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