Praying through Jacob’s Trouble and the Day of the Lord can bring discouragement and sadness. Praising God, as we did yesterday, is the way to get our focus on His goodness and sovereignty. In Yeshua, there is always the hope of repentance and restitution.
For those who love Israel and the Jewish people, going through this series is increasingly difficult as we think about the trouble that lies ahead. But ignorance will not stop the plan of God to bring redemption and salvation to Israel. Who better to pray for Israel than those who love her and believe in God’s infallible Word?
Israel’s rebellion never changed God’s love, His relationship or His plan for her. Today we are seeing more and more Jewish people being reconciled and restored to God through faith in Yeshua.
While John was baptizing the Jews in the Jordan, he saw Yeshua coming to the river. Today we don’t really understand how startling John’s declaration was that Yeshua was the “Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.”
The Hebrew word used in this promise reflects more than just physical freedom; eventually it denotes a spiritual freedom. The word גאל [ga’al] is the action of the closest relative who pays a ransom for the one in bondage.
Some good news To consider Israel’s future devastation is too hard for most, especially for the Jewish people themselves. We hear the cry, “Haven’t they endured enough?” Sadly no, while more are turning to Yeshua in faith, as a nation they have still rejected Yeshua. But God’s warnings are always followed by His loving […]