Month: March 2015

Here we continue considering what may be the greatest and almost universal sin among Jewish believers in Yeshua–letting the Jewish spiritual and religious past die through failing to live Jewish lives embodying that past for the generations to come.  The Church Has Conditioned Jewish Believers in Yeshua to Forget Our People That the Messianic Jewish world has […]

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Like failing to feed a baby so that it dies of neglect, perhaps the greatest sin apparent among Jewish Yeshua believers and their fellows lies in murdering the past through neglecting to preserve it. I am greatly distressed by the condition of the Messianic Jewish Movement where i see this neglect all around me. If the preservation […]

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Returning to our series on what we stand to learn from the practice of Chabad-Lubavitch, today let’s look at four more lessons for living, these taken from the third chapter of Sue Fishkoff’s fine book, The Rebbe’s Army: Inside the World of Chabad-Lubavitch. In the material that follows, the humbers following quotations are page numbers in this book. So, […]

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Continuing our series on what we stand to learn from the practice of Chabad-Lubavitch, today let’s look at four more lessons for living, these taken from the second chapter of Sue Fishkoff’s fine book, The Rebbe’s Army: Inside the World of Chabad-Lubavitch.  1.  For Chabad,  the work is of priceless worth, even when the facilities are […]

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I have recently been reading extensively about the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Of Blessed Memory, certainly one of the most remarkable human beings of recent centuries. I have long admired focused people, and he was perhaps the most focused person I have ever encountered: someone whose life was clearly and tirelessly about one thing, in his case […]

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