Tushuvah & The Month of Elul
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Tushuvah & The Month of Elul

Teshuvah And the Month of Elul by Christine Egbert Ecclesiastes 3:1 assures us there is a time for every purpose under heaven. The Biblical month of Elul (which falls in the month of August on the Gregorian calendar) is a time for spiritual introspection. Elul begins a 40 day period known as Days of Teshuvah,...

What’s In A Name?
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What’s In A Name?

What’s In A Name? by Christine Egbert In hebraic thought one’s name is one’s destiny. With that in mind, let’s trace (biblically) the English name of our Messiah, Yeshua, which is a transliteration from His original Hebrew name, spelled with the Hebrew letters yod, shin, vav, and ayin. To begin this linguistic journey, we must go to Numbers...

Our Fathers Have Inherited Lies (Jeremiah 16:19)
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Our Fathers Have Inherited Lies (Jeremiah 16:19)

Our Fathers Have Inherited Lies Jeremiah 16:19 by Christine Egbert Speaking to the scattered tribes of Israel, regarding that future time when Lord YHVH would regather Israel, Jeremiah prophesied that one day Gentiles would come from the ends of the earth, saying, “Surely our  fathers have inherited lies, vanity, and things wherein there is no profit.” (Jer...

Miracle Across the Sound/ How Denmark Rescued Their Jewish Population In 1943
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Miracle Across the Sound/ How Denmark Rescued Their Jewish Population In 1943

Miracle Across The Sound by Christine Egbert  In its final (and most virulent strain) Anti-Semitism is once again pandemic. On the rise across Europe, Asia, and even in the United States, Anti-Semitism infects governments, universities, media, and many Christian denominations. Since Israel’s unprecedented rebirth in 1948, this ancient rivalry (traced to Ishmael’s jealousy of Isaac...

The Next (Greater) Exodus
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The Next (Greater) Exodus

The Next (Greater) Exodus, Not the Pre-Trib Rapture! by Christine Egbert For two decades, while sitting in various congregations, I often heard it preached that Christ would return at any moment to snatch away His born-again believers, saving us from the the great tribulation. I found this “pre-tribulation doctrine” comforting. After all, who wants tribulation?...

Yesterday’s Anti-Semitism/ Today’s Anti-Zionism
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Yesterday’s Anti-Semitism/ Today’s Anti-Zionism

Yesterday’s Anti-Semitism Is Today’s Anti-Zionism by Christine Egbert Why did Israel become a nation in 1948? Because Lord YHVH brought it to pass. It was a sign! But those who are blinded by antisemitism refuse to recognize this great miracle. Here are the irrefutable facts: Lord YHVH told Abraham, “Go out from your land and from your relatives, and...

Israel’s Secret Weapon
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Israel’s Secret Weapon

Israel’s Secret Weapon by Christine Egbert Forget, for now, that a nation, which had been destroyed for some 2,000 years, was reborn in a day, in 1948. Instead, ask yourself about an even greater miracle in my estimation: “How has Israel survived since 1948?” Before I answer this question, allow me to set the stage....

Restoration of All Things
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Restoration of All Things

Restoration of All Things! by Christine Egbert Since returning to the old paths, where Jeremiah 6:16 said the good way is, Scripture’s puzzle pieces have come together! Now, once disconnected passages of prophecy form a unified picture. We are living in the days just before the Messiah returns. It’s that time spoken of by YHVH’s holy...

Replacement Theology In the End of Days!
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Replacement Theology In the End of Days!

By Christine Egbert Ruth: A Type & Shadow The book of Ruth lays out Yah’s plan for how Gentiles can come into covenant with the Most High. Ruth, a Moabitess, who became the grandmother of Israel’s King David, set the pattern through which Gentiles enter into covenant with the God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob. How did...

Law of First Mention/ Clean & Unclean
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Law of First Mention/ Clean & Unclean

Law of First Mention/ Clean & Unclean  by Christine Egbert In biblical exegesis, the Law of First Mention requires studying the very first instance in which a principle or doctrine is used. That first occurrence  establishes the inherent meaning in an unchangeable pattern throughout the rest of Scripture. Unfortunately, when Christians study only the apostolic writings...