The Passover Controversy among the Early Church Assemblies

From the time of Christ until the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70, Christianity was considered to be a sect of Judaism by Christians,[1] Jews, 2 and the Roman authorities. The dispute over whether Jesus was the prophesied Messiah was an internal theological debate, which is why Paul was able to enter the diaspora synagogues … Continue reading The Passover Controversy among the Early Church Assemblies

Blow the Shofar Says The Lord

Date 17th May 2020 I am only posting this now as it seems like the right time in my spirit. The below long prophetic word was sent to my wife and I and thousands of others around the world. It is from a Messianic Jew Kathleen Mitchell. We read it separately during our prayer times, … Continue reading Blow the Shofar Says The Lord

Why Are Passover And Easter Celebrated At Different Times?

By ONE FOR ISRAEL (Messianic Jews In Israel) Sometimes, the celebrations of Passover and Easter coincide, but sometimes they can be weeks apart. Why is this? If Yeshua died at Passover, why does the Christian church mark his death and resurrection at a different time? How did they get separated? How the Passover date is set The … Continue reading Why Are Passover And Easter Celebrated At Different Times?

The Feasts of Israel and their Meaning

In order to understand the significance of the Jewish feasts, we must comprehend their purpose and timing. The most complete description of the feasts is found in Leviticus 23. Each of the feasts have both a historic and prophetic significance. They celebrate a historical event in Israel's past, but also are a prophecy of future … Continue reading The Feasts of Israel and their Meaning